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Secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council Mohammad Javad Larijani in a letter to UN High Commissionaire for Human Rights Navi Pillay blasted the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran, Ahmed Shaheed, for his baseless allegations against Tehran, and said his method of compiling reports runs counter to the principles of being a neutral rapporteur.
Iran’s deputy-FM and EU’s deputy foreign policy chief have started the second session of talks on drafting final text on Tehran nuclear program.
Competition for the Iran’s market is fierce. Businesses across the world, but most notably in the US and France are getting ready to win the consumers’ of Iran.
Iran plans to boost its gas exports up to 10 billion cubic meters (bcm) in the current Iranian year (ends March 20, 2015), a senior energy official announced.
Iran’s Ministry of Energy says the country’s electricity exports in the first quarter of the current Persian calendar year (started March 21, 2014) witnessed a 12.43-percent year-on-year growth.
An Iranian lawmaker asserted that the country’s heavy-water research reactor in the central city of Arak will not undergo any change, contrary to what the Westerners appear to have asked Iran to do as part of a comprehensive nuclear deal.
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