Kerry: Nuclear talks with Iran very constructive
US Secretary of State John Kerry said the latest round of nuclear talks was ‘very constructive’ while Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his deputy Abbas Araqchi said some gaps still remain.
Zanganeh: Iran developing oilfields regardless of sanctions
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said the country’s oil industry is “growing”, adding that the Islamic Republic is developing oilfields regardless of whether the unfair economic sanctions imposed by the West are lifted or not.
HRW: Saudi-led coalition still using cluster bombs in Yemen
Human Rights Watch on Sunday published new evidence alleging a Saudi-led coalition is using internationally banned cluster bombs in Yemen, urging it to stop such attacks that were harming civilians.
Report: US police kill more than two people a day
US police have killed people at a rate of more than two a day this year, the Washington Post reported Sunday, using its own tally for lack of complete federal statistics.
Large group of ISIL terrorists flees Iraq’s Baiji
Iraqi forces continued their advances against ISIL terrorists in the country as a large group of the terrorists fled the central parts of the northern Iraqi city of Baiji in the restive Salahuddin Province, Iraq’s Defense Ministry said.
EU furious at Russian travel blacklist
Russia has imposed an entry ban on 89 European politicians and military leaders, a move that has angered Europe and worsened its standoff with the West over crisis in Ukraine.
Shamkhani sheds light on Iran’s redlines on ISIL
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani outlines the three redlines Iran has in dealing with the situation in neighboring Iraq where Takfiri terrorists have been committing crimes against humanity.
VP: Negotiators observing all redlines in nuclear talks
Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri said on Sunday the country’s nuclear negotiating team has abided by all the redlines set by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in the talks with the P5+1.
Iranian, Russian FMs to meet in Moscow Thursday
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov plan to hold a meeting in Moscow on June 4, a top Iranian diplomat said.
Iran condemns Nigeria terror attack
Iran has condemned a terrorist attack on a mosque in Nigeria that killed dozens of people.
Iran prioritizes policy to curb inflation, boost production
Iranian Central Bank Governor Valiollah Seif says the administration has placed the top priority on curbing the inflation rate and boosting domestic production.
Shamkhani: U.S. must solve technical issues and not humiliate Iran
Ali Shamkhani has said Iran will not allow the U.S. make excessive demands from Iran in the nuclear talks.
Sources reveal Yemeni groups’ decision to form military council Ansarullah
The Yemeni groups participating in peace talks in Oman to find a solution to the crisis in their war-stricken country decided to form a military council, informed sources said on Sunday.
Zarif says nuclear differences are ‘technical and political’
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that differences between Iran and the West are both “technical” and “political”.
Saudi-led Yemen coalition still using cluster bombs: HRW
Human Rights Watch on Sunday published new evidence alleging that a Saudi-led coalition is using internationally banned cluster bombs in Yemen, urging it to stop such attacks that were harming civilians.
Large group of ISIL terrorists flee Baiji: Iraq Defense Ministry
A large group of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorists have fled the central parts of the northern Iraqi city of “Baiji” in the restive Salahuddin Province (Saladin Governorate), Iraq’s Defense Ministry said.
Leader’s redlines have been observed in nuclear talks: Jahangiri
First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri has said that the Iranian nuclear team has been observing redlines set by Leader of the Islamic Revolution.
Oversight bodies should not threaten to disqualify parliament hopefuls: Larijani
Ali Larijani, the parliament speaker, told a meeting of governors in the Interior Ministry that election bodies such as the Guardian Council should not threaten to disqualify potential parliamentary candidates.
Velayati: Iran won’t allow ‘interrogating’ scientists
Senior Iranian politician Ali Akbar Velayati says the Islamic Republic will not allow its nuclear scientists to be “interrogated”.
Sixth development plan not linked to nuclear talks: Nobakht
Iran’s Management and Planning Organization Director Mohammad Baqer Nobakht has said that the sixth development plan is not dependent on the result of nuclear talks with the great powers.