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Economy Minister Ali Tayebnia was summoned to the Majlis for the second time, said a senior parliamentary said.
Iran exported over 3.480.000 million tons of goods via its borders during the first three months of Iranian calendar year (started on March 21), raising 4.2 percent comparing to similar period last year.
Iran’s hi-tech drone, Ababil-3 (Swallow-3), is capable of flying a top speed of 200 kilometers per hour and enjoys a night vision capability, enabling it to take image and footage as it is flying over targets day and night.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani voiced his administration’s willingness to do its best to cut a final deal with the six major world powers, and underlined that such a deal will pave the ground for the removal of all sanctions and the country’s economic boom.
In this village nestled in the arid hills of rural Iran, government-subsidized solar panels on the rooftops of homes provide both needed electricity and a shining symbol of efforts by the Islamic Republic to wean itself off fossil fuels and nuclear power.
Iran national football team striker Reza Ghoochannejhad has been linked with a possible move to Blackpool this summer.
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