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President Hassan Rouhani said here on Sunday that Iran will continue its peaceful nuclear program and will not accept any nuclear discrimination or apartheid.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrived in Tehran on Sunday in order to hold talks with Iranian senior officials.
The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) plans to upgrade the country’s medical capabilities by employing nuclear technology, AEOI chief announced.
Representatives of Iran and G5+1 will begin drafting final nuclear deal in the upcoming meeting in Vienna on May 13, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Sunday.
An Iranian deputy oil minister announced on Sunday that the Islamic Republic is not exporting crude oil to North Korea.
The Iranian Army has mounted new guided missiles and rockets on its helicopters, one of which has a range of more than 4 kilometers, a senior commander announced.
Iran will give reciprocal reaction to any possible cyber attacks by enemies, Chairman of the Passive Defense Organization of Iran (PDOI) Gholamreza Jalali said on Sunday.
A United Nations official has praised Iran’s efforts to fight against drug trafficking following the arrest of a local smuggling gang, Press TV reports.
The Iranian team of nuclear negotiators, to be led by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, is set to depart Tehran for Austria’s capital of Vienna on Tuesday to hold a fresh round of talks with the representatives of six world powers, an Iranian top negotiator announced.
A high-ranking Iranian official says the Islamic Republic welcomes further expansion of relations with all the member states of the European Union (EU).
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