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Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham underscored that the Alavi Charity Fund has nothing to do with the Iranian government, and described the US court’s verdict to confiscate the Alavi Fund’s properties unwise and politically tainted.
Iran’s Parliament speaker has said family provides the major base for the Islamic society.
A number of Iranian screen productions have been presented at the 28th Fribourg International Film Festival in Switzerland.
An Iranian official says negotiations between Tehran and the P5+1 group over Iran’s nuclear energy program are tough, but moving forward.
Iran exported over $314.8 million worth of hand-made carpets during the last Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20) which shares about 1 percent of the country’s total non-oil exports’ value.
High-ranking Iranian and Azeri officials in a meeting in Baku underlined the two countries’ readiness to further expand their bilateral trade ties, and announced their preparedness to hold a meeting of Iran-Azerbaijan Joint Economic Cooperation Commission.
Indian private refiner Essar Oil imported six times more crude oil from the Islamic Republic in March 2014 compared to March 2013 following a jump in shipment volumes in the final quarter of the period, a report says.
Leading Iranian actor Ezzatollah Entezami House Museum, dedicated to Iranian theater, is scheduled to kick off in the capital city of Tehran.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday hailed status of the Iranian women noting it has been promoted during Iran’s post-Islamic Revolution era.
The 8th annual teenage art exhibition has opened in MAHAK (a Persian acronym for ‘Institute supporting children cancer patients’).
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