Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
An Iranian deputy foreign minister emphasized that the nuclear talks between Tehran and the six major world powers would result in an agreement if the sextet refrains from excessive and maximum demands, sets aside illusions, and respects Iran’s legitimate rights.
It wasn’t particularly significant, as goals go, an all-but-irrelevant shot late in a match that was long since out of hand.
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s naval forces have successfully foiled a pirate attack on an Iranian oil tanker in the Red Sea, off the coast of Somalia.
With positive signals coming from the US-Iran nuclear talks, the gas-rich Middle Eastern country is piquing the interest of Western industrial nations. To be ready when the economic embargo is lifted, Switzerland is increasing contact with the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s Minister of Health has challenged the new legislation passed by Parliament to criminalize vasectomies and tubectomies, saying the legislation is in violation of citizens’ rights.
Tehran: Iran is rushing to try to save one of the world’s critically endangered species, the Asiatic cheetah, and bring it back from the verge of extinction in its last remaining refuge.
Tehran, June 26, IRNA – Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said here on Thursday that Iran is a forerunner in campaign against drug trafficking.
The Iran Project is not responsible for the content of quoted articles.