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A senior Iranian official has confirmed that his country and the U.S. exchanged messages over the fight against the militant Islamic State group.
Iran’s Law Enforcement Force on Sunday located the wreckage of one of its turboprop aircraft after the plane disappeared from the radar screen in southeastern Iran on Saturday evening, an informed source told Tasnim.
An Iranian oil official has dismissed reports that Iran’s crude price reduction is due to the country’s rivalry with Saudi Arabia in the oil market.
Speaking to reporters, he said that Iranian police plane crash on Saturday was an air disaster.
Iranian Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia and his Kuwaiti counterpart Anas Khalid Al Saleh explored new avenues for widening and deepening bilateral relations.
Iranian and Russian officials discussed the latest developments in the nuclear talks between Tehran and the six major world powers and the progress made in the country’s cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
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