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US President Barack Obama said he is confident that he can successfully lobby Congress to approve a nuclear deal with Iran once it is struck.
State television in Iran is reporting the Islamic Republic has launched a new satellite into space, its fourth in recent years to orbit the Earth.
The Leader’s representative to the IRGC has said problems could not be solved overnight through putting confidence on enemy.
Kazakh Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov in a message to his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Sunday that Iranian nuclear dispute should be resolved on win-win scheme.
Iranian Navy Commander Habibollah Sayyari said the country’s marine supplies in northern Indian Ocean are similar equipment belong to mighty countries.
Iran on Monday unveiled two indigenized hovercrafts in its Northern territorial waters in the Caspian Sea.
More than 220 Iranian lawmakers have prepared and signed the bill of a law which necessitates the government to speed up the country’s nuclear activities in case the US imposes any further sanctions on Tehran.
Iran’s Economy and Finance Minister said that internal entities release more realistic estimations about the country’s economic performance than international bodies.
President Hassan Rouhani said Monday that great Iranian scientists have entered a new phase in space science and technology.
The first day of Paris Grand Prix international wrestling tournament had two silvers and single bronze for Iran.
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