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As deadline looms for Iran nuclear talks, Israel presents world powers with firm stance, while Iran believes a deal is still possible.
Thanks to our national solidarity and unity and Divine blessings, the enemies have always been humiliated in efforts aimed at creating challenges for Iran, Intelligence Minister Hojjatoleslam Seyyed Mahmoud Alawi said here Saturday.
Iran’s oil minister will meet his Saudi counterpart in Vienna to persuade the oil giant for cuts in oil production and supply.
Attorney General of Qatar Ali Bin Futais al-Merri will arrive in Tehran on Sunday for talks with high-ranking Iranian officials, Iran’s Judiciary said on Saturday.
An international conference on threats posed to the Muslim world by extremist and Takfiri groups started work on Sunday in Iran’s central holy city of Qom with a large number of Muslim scholars in attendance.
Iran says it will not be possible by a November 24 deadline to reach a comprehensive deal with world powers aimed at resolving the stand-off over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions, the Iranian Students News Agency ISNA reported on Sunday.
A senior Iranian commander says the country’s naval forces have kept the military activities of the United States, the Israeli regime and Britain under constant surveillance.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif held 5th round of his meetings with the US Secretary of State John Kerry and the European Union Coordinator Catherine Ashton on Sunday.
A group of Iranian students held a rally on Sunday out of the building of Tehran’s Research Reactor to reaffirm support for the country’s nuclear rights while diplomatic talks on Iran’s civilian nuclear program have gained momentum in Vienna.
Chairman of the Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC) of Qatar Masoud bin Mohammed Al-Amri described radicalism and extremism as the main obstacle to the Muslim nations’ development and peace, and called for unity among all countries, specially the Muslim states, to help alleviate violence and radicalism in the world.
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