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Iranian Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Ali Tayyebnia said the exchange market is to return to normal soon since there have been no particular developments to cause any fluctuations.
Iran plans to host an international conference on violence and extremism in the near future, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says.
Grand cleric Ayatollah Nouri-Hamedani said on Monday that the enemies attempted to isolate Islamic Iran standing in line to confront Iran and Islam.
Russia and Iran should develop a way to use their own currencies in mutual trade, Russian minister of economic development said.
We believe Iraq should not be left alone under the prevailing sensitive conditions, as we need to help that country till its problems will be resolved, said the UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Iraq Nicolay Mladenov here Sunday.
West Texas Intermediate tumbled below $65 a barrel to the lowest level since July 2009 amid speculation prices have further to drop before OPEC’s decision to maintain output slows U.S. shale supply.
Two warships equipped with missile systems and 4 frigates for maritime patrol joined the Iranian Navy’s fleet on Monday.
On the eve of World AIDS Day (Dec. 1), new specialized HIV Healthcare Centers are opened in Kermanshah and 11 other provinces in Iran.
Iran’s foreign minister highlighted the influential role the United Nations can play to resolve crises in Iraq and Syria, calling on the global body to “carefully identify” the factors lying at the bottom of the problems in the crisis-hit countries.
Iranian Army Commander Major General Ataollah Salehi reaffirmed on Monday that the great headway Iran has made in the military sphere poses no threat to the other nations.
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