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Kerry aims to ‘accelerate’ Iran nuke talks

U.S. secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday he hoped to speed up progress in the Iran nuclear talks during his Geneva meeting with his Iranian counterpart next week, Agence France-Presse reported.


Zarif: More Russia contribution speeds N-talks

Iranian FM and Russian deputy FM have met n Tehran to discuss upcoming nuclear talks and mutual cooperation.

Iran tries to ‘speed up’ Nuclear talks with US representatives in Geneva

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Sunday the Iranian delegation will seek to speed up the nuclear talks during bilateral meetings on January 15-17.


President urges auto industry to improve standard

 President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday stressed the necessity to improve Iran’s auto making industry to promote its regional and international status.

Gov’t says tax revenues up 53%

The government says it has been successful in raising its revenues from taxes.


Iran dismisses Bahraini interior minister’s remarks

Iran’s Foreign Ministry rejected the claims raised by Bahraini interior minister who accused Tehran of interfering in the internal affairs of the tiny Persian Gulf state.


Iran resolved to use nuclear technology in all fields: Official

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) voiced the country’s determination to press ahead with its peaceful nuclear program and employ that technology in all other fields.

Nuclear deal possible through realism: Larijani

In a meeting with Cypriot FM, Larijani asserted that reaching a final agreement in nuclear talks needs the Western side to be realist and avoid political bargaining.

Russia ready for ‘more effective’ regional, int’l cooperation with Iran

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov reiterated that his country is ready for more effective cooperation with Iran on regional and international issues.

Iran victimized by sanctions, Iran coach Carlos Queiroz says

Iranian national football team coach Carlos Queiroz said that the Iranian young footballers were being “victimized” by politics.


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