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A top Iranian nuclear negotiator has expressed satisfaction with the general atmosphere of the ongoing negotiations between representatives of the Islamic Republic and the United States over Iran’s nuclear program.
Iran has vehemently condemned hostage taking at a café in the Australia’s most populous city of Sydney.
Deputy Speaker of Russia’s Federation Council ( Upper House ) Elias Omakhanov said Monday that Russia is interested in development of ties and cooperation with Iran in all areas.
Iran’s Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani strongly criticized human rights conditions in the United States and condemned the recent killings of African-Americans by the US police.
Deputy Foreign Minister in Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian departed Tehran for Moscow on Monday evening to discuss regional developments, especially Syria, with Russian officials.
Iran unveiled two main defense achievements on Tuesday in a ceremony attended by Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan.
Tehran and Washington are to continue bilateral talks in Geneva on Tuesday.
Direct flights between Iran’s southern city of Shiraz and the Bahraini capital, Manama, were resumed after three years of suspension, the managing director of a Bahraini airline announced.
Iran’s Police Chief Brigadier General Esmayeel Ahmadi Moqaddam announced on Tuesday that Tehran had earlier warned Australia of the bad record of Haron Monis, the Sydney hostage-taker who was killed yesterday, and had demanded his extradition to Iran, but the Australian police rejected the demand.
Iraq’s Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabouri has arrived in Tehran to hold talks with senior Iranian officials.
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