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Iran’s coverage: Saudi Arabia to pay ‘high price’ for executing Shia cleric: Iran

Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:


Iran strongly condemns Nimr execution

Iran has strongly condemned Saudi Arabia’s execution of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqr al-Nimr, denouncing it as deeply irresponsible.


Iranian cleric predicts fall of Saudi government over Nimr execution

The crime of executing Sheikh Nimr is part of a criminal pattern by this treacherous family.


Let’s look for peace, not hostility in 2016: Rouhani

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has extended his congratulations to people in the world on the occasion of the New Year of the Gregorian calendar, stressing the importance of promoting peace across the globe.

Nimr execution indicates Saudi monarchy nearing demise: Senior Iran MP

A senior Iranian legislator has condemned the execution of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr in Saudi Arabia, saying the move is a sign that the rule of Al Saud monarchy is reaching the end of the road.


Any aggressor to get Iran’s harsh response: Commander

Commander of Iran’s Army Ground Force reaffirmed on Friday that the Armed Forces would strike a crushing blow to anyone daring attack the country.


Parliament ready to retaliate US breaches of JCPOA: Iran’s Larijani

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani slammed Washington’s recent moves against Tehran, saying that the Iranian parliament is ready to retaliate such moves that are contrary to the nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers.


Iran sanctions removal means rivalry for regional airlines

Aviation industrialists are speculating that the removal of sanctions against Iran will put pressure on major Middle East carriers, creating new competition for those who have built a business on connecting regional and international traffic.


Larijani: Iran to continue path of expanding missile technology

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said that the country would continue its way on missile technology.


Iran gets first petchem export cash after 2011 bans

Iran said on Saturday that it has been able to receive payments for exports of its petrochemical products through an international bank in Spain. The country said this has now officially opened the channel for banking transactions over its export activities that had been blocked for five years as a result of sanctions.

145 trade teams from 48 countries visited Iran in 9 months: Official

An official with Iran Trade Development Organization said that 145 commercial and economic delegations from 48 countries comprising 3,763 delegates visited the country in the past nine months.