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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is also the country’s chief nuclear negotiator, underlined that the ground is ready for reaching a comprehensive deal with six world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
A senior Iranian commander says the country is installing a radar which would be able to keep tabs on enemy bases as far as 3,000 kilometers away.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi said a comprehensive nuclear deal will benefit both the Iranian nation and the whole region.
Iran is planning to drop its oil price in the Asian markets with an aim of competing with Saudi Arabia and other producers to increase its market share.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham expressed regret on Sunday at the shooting death of three young Muslims in the US by a suspect she called an “extremist assailant”.
Iranian dissident filmmaker Jafar Panahi’s movie “Taxi,” in which the director stars as a taxi driver talking to passengers as he navigates the streets of Tehran, won the top Golden Bear prize Saturday at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Iranian parliament (Majlis) speaker, Ali Larijani, has criticized the West’s double-standard vis-à-vis the killing of Muslims, saying Western governments are fueling security crises in the world.
Marketing manager of Korea National Tourism Organization has said Iran, Egypt and the Persian Gulf countries are considered as South Korea’s key tourism target markets in 2015.
Minister of Industries, Mines, and Trade said trade exchanges between Iran and Uzbekistan boomed in 2014 compared with the previous years and the current ceiling of cooperation is around $250.
Secretary General of Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) Saeed Sarkar said Islamic Republic of Iran ranks 7th in the world and 1st among the Islamic countries in scientific production and nanotechnology with producing over 4 percent of all articles in the world and 42 percent of scientific production in the Islamic World.