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An Iranian newspaper says authorities have foiled a sabotage attempt involving tanks used for the transportation of heavy water, a key component in nuclear reactors.
A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic’s nuclear negotiating team has not overstepped the red lines set by the Islamic Republic in their talks with six world powers over Iran’s nuclear energy program.
Iran’s Navy Commander underlined the Islamic Republic’s military power in the world.
Tehran says the death sentence against Iranian woman Reyhaneh Jabbari which was carried out a few days ago had gone through the legal process, dismissing as meddlesome remarks by some Western officials regarding the case.
Iran on Tuesday dismissed a U.N. investigator’s allegations of severe human rights abuses in the Islamic Republic, saying the criticisms were aimed at inciting “Iranophobia and Islamophobia.”
US Catholic bishops have called on Western countries involved in the nuclear negotiations with Iran to take into account the power of fatwa (edict) issued by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on the prohibition of nuclear weapons.
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