Iran’s coverage: Muslims unity axial to fighting terror: President Rouhani

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Muslims unity pivotal in fight against violence: Iran’s president

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic world is currently at a critical juncture, urging all Muslim nations to strengthen unity to counter enemies’ plots.


Supreme Leader visits martyred Christian’s family

Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei paid a visit to the house and family of a Christian-Iranian martyr.


Iran slams Arab League statement

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaber-Ansari said that baseless allegations leveled against Iran by the Arab League are prejudiced, non-constructive, and irrelevant.


President Rouhani: Ignoring Israel crimes in Islamic world implausible

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani slammed disappearance of addressing and broadcasting violence and crimes of Zionist regime in the Islamic world.


Russia-Turkey row against region interests: Leader aide

A senior Iranian official says the ongoing tensions between Moscow and Ankara will not serve the interests of regional countries, urging all-out efforts to help end the row.


Rouhani denounces violence in name of Jihad

President Hassan Rouhani said violence, which takes its root from a mentality and is a way of thinking, will be translated into rhetoric and then gradually develop into a discourse soon.


Zanganeh: Standard discount in post-sanction oil prices

Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh said that the Iranian oil sector in the post-sanctions era will offer routine discount as others do.


Tehran confirms intention to withdraw S-300 lawsuit against Moscow

Iran has confirmed its intention to withdraw the lawsuit over S-300 against Russia.


Iran following US plan to seize frozen assets

Iran is following US plans to appropriate some $2 billion of its assets frozen in Citibank accounts in New York, Central Bank Governor Valiollah Seif says.


Iran to resume Caspian oil swap shortly

Iran is about to resume oil swap after a gap of five years, importing crude into Caspian ports and supplying equivalent barrels on behalf of its partners in the Persian Gulf.