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Tehran, Feb 20, IRNA – President Hassan Rouhani said here on Saturday that the regional countries are eyeing at the upcoming elections slated for February 26.
Boeing Co. is finally open for business in Iran.
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Lebanese Defense Minister Samir Moqbel announced that Lebanon can accept Iran’s offer to supply Beirut with arms and military equipment now that Riyadh has cancelled its plan for arms supplies to Lebanon.
Iran said on Saturday that it has started preliminary talks with some American companies over certain investment projects in the country.
Tehran, Feb 20, IRNA – Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi arrived here Saturday to hold talks with the Iranian officials.
A senior Iranian official has warned against deterioration of humanitarian situation in Yemen in silence of international community, saying Saudi Arabia’s military aggression in Sana’a is a “glaring mistake.”
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement indicated that a Saudi decision to halt a 3-billion-dollar donation to the Lebanese army only proved Riyadh’s support for terrorism.
Tehran, Feb 20, IRNA – President Hassan Rouhani attended a ceremony on “laborers and future of the Iranian economy” here Saturday morning.
A Turkey-based militant group has claimed responsibility for a car bombing in the capital Ankara that killed 28 people, mostly soldiers, on Wednesday.
The Obama administration said Thursday that a proposed Russian sale of fighter jets to Iran would violate a U.N. arms embargo on Tehran, setting up another standoff related to last year’s nuclear negotiations.