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The footage of the Iranian version of a US drone which was brought down some three years ago and later reverse-engineered by Iranian experts has been released.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has played down reports that it has agreed to stop injecting gas into its first-generation centrifuges.
Iranian Foreign Ministry deputies held separate talks with their Russian and Chinese counterparts here on Tuesday.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is due to travel to Baku on November 12 at the start of an official visit to Azerbaijan.
Head of Securities and Exchange Organization (SEO) Ali Salehabadi announced European companies have started investment in Iran’s capital market.
The current Chancellor of the University of Tehran has said the university has in its agenda extension of student exchange programs with world prestigious universities.
A body tasked with policing the Internet laid down a two-month deadline for Iran’s government to regularise the use of Instagram or access to the site would be blocked.
Iran’s defense minister said the country’s achievements in the area of aerospace technology have become a focus of attention for enemies.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has expressed hope that the P5+1 countries, particularly the United States, will understand the situation surrounding Iran’s nuclear energy program.
A senior Iranian official says US President Barack Obama has on a number of occasions sent letters to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, emphasizing that the Islamic Republic in some cases has responded to such correspondence.
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