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Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the enemy’s infiltration is among major threats to Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced that the country has successfully kept its Air Defense design and program secret from enemies’ intelligence agencies, adding that the system can target any hostile flying objects.
U.S. Senate Democrats on Tuesday, for the second time in a week, blocked legislation meant to kill an Iran nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration and other world powers with Tehran.
The government spokesman said Tuesday that parliament should officially submit to government its invitation to the IAEA director general to attend a hearing of the JCPOA Review Committee.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani underlined that the nuclear agreement recently reached between Iran and six world powers not only preserves the country’s previous achievements but also paves the way for its further advancement in peaceful nuclear technology.
The bodies of 10 Iranian pilgrims killed in a tower crane incident in the Saudi holy city of Mecca will be returned to Iran in near future, an official said here on Wednesday.
An Iranian official stressed that the process of cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on the country’s Parchin military site is not going to be made public.
President Hassan Rouhani said here on Wednesday that employing IR-8, the latest generation of centrifuges, is one of the achievements of his administration.
Iran and South Africa have signed the initial documents on crude oil sales as all countries that visited Iran for negotiations have expressed their interest to buy oil and gas condensate, said an official in the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden’s national security adviser said Tuesday that despite the best efforts of opponents to “demonize” the Iran nuclear deal, the U.S. is moving forward with the agreement.