Iran’s coverage: Iran says won’t accept ‘toy’ enrichment program

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Iran will not accept symbolic enrichment: Top negotiator

Iran will not accept uranium enrichment in a symbolic manner, top Iranian negotiator Majid Takhte-Ravanchi said on Sunday.

 

Iranian plane crashes in capital Tehran

An Iranian passenger plane crashed near Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport on Sunday morning, killing a number of passengers.

 

Iran bank to fund Iraq energy project

Iran’s Exports Development Bank (IEDB) is to finance a project for energy transit to neighboring Iraq.

Commander: Iran has safest airspace in region

Commander of Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base Brigadier General Farzad Esmayeeli stressed that Iran has the safest and most secure airspace in the region due to the power of its air defense forces.

 

British embassy to reopen in Tehran

A spokesperson at the British Foreign Ministry said the country’s embassy in Tehran would be reopened as soon as the practical arrangements are made.

 

Iran’s 4-month trade up $7.5b

Iran’s trade transactions have increased by nearly 7.5 billion dollars during the first four months of the current calendar year which started on March 21, customs data shows.

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