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Iran has summoned the Pakistani ambassador to Tehran over a series of terrorist incidents that killed several Iranian guards at the Pakistani border.
Iran’s military has launched production line for three domestically manufactured radar systems.
A senior Iranian negotiator says extension of Iran’s nuclear talks with six world powers beyond the November deadline is not on the agenda of either negotiating side.
Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan is visiting Iran on Monday to discuss issues of mutual interests as well as regional and international developments with senior Iranian officials.
Iran’s semi-official ISNA news agency says a court has banned a prominent human rights lawyer from practicing her profession for three years.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani underlined Tehran’s preparedness to transfer its experiences to Lebanon in addition to its military aid.
Managing Director of the National Petrochemical Industries Company (NPIC) said 21% of the petrochemicals market in the Middle East belongs to Iran.
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