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Foreign Secretary William Hague has said he intends to re-open Britain’s Embassy in the Iranian capital Tehran.
Washington is confident that Iran and the six world powers can reach a comprehensive agreement on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear energy program by the interim deal deadline, says a US official.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham strongly condemned the recent Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people and lawmakers in Gaza, describing it as an indication of the Zionists’ weakness and internal rifts.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei appointed new members for the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations, to facilitate the country’s decision-making process, find new foreign policy approaches, and make use of foreign policy experts.
Remains of 84 martyrs of the Iraqi-imposed war of 1980-88 were transferred to Iran from Iraq on Monday.
A distinguished Iranian neurosurgeon said in this central province Monday evening that Iran can have the last word in scientific fields across the globe, it was reported on Tuesday.
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