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Iran and the world six powers (P5+1) will engage in a new round of talks over the Iranian nuclear drive on Tuesday in Vienna amid expectations that the Nov 24 deadline would be extended to give more time for efforts aiming to clinch a historic deal to close this file.
Iranian scientists developed a domestically-manufactured radar approach which provides a comprehensive image of the surrounding air traffic.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has praised Iran’s efforts to bring about the achievement of a nuclear agreement in the course of its negotiations with the P5+1.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has developed an anticancer drug, SinaDoxosome nanodrug.
Omani Foreign Minister Youssef bin Alawi bin Abdullah has paid an unofficial visit to Iran and held talks with Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani over regional developments in the capital, Tehran.
India bought 60 percent more Iranian oil in October than a year ago as refiners held to higher volumes despite signs that world powers and Iran might not reach a final agreement on Tehran’s disputed nuclear programme before a Nov. 24 deadline.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei here on Monday hailed the capabilities of the country’s military forces.
Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri in a meeting with Head of the Central Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party Meng Jianzhu in Tehran on Monday underlined the need for Tehran-Beijing cooperation to confront extremism and terrorism in the region.
The head of the Russian delegation to Iran said the policy of Western countries caused crises across the globe.
Just back from a whirlwind 10-day trip to Asia, the Middle East and Europe, Secretary of State John Kerry is heading across the Atlantic again for nuclear talks with Iran as a November 24 deadline for a deal looms.
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