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Iran says Saudi Arabia must be held to account for the death of thousands of Muslims in last year’s Mina tragedy during the Hajj rituals.
President Bashar al-Assad received Thursday Chairman of the Iranian Shura Council’s Committee for Foreign Policy and National Security Alaeddin Boroujerdi and the accompanying delegation.
Special advisor of the speaker of parliament for international affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Wednesday that the world of Islam shares common stances on Palestine.
South Korea is in the final stages of preparation to trade with Iran in the euro, which it aims to do “as soon as possible,” its finance minister said on Wednesday.
The Islamic Republic of Iran maintains a calculated and prudent performance in addressing the regional issues, says parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.
The new chancellor of Iran’s Supreme National Defense University said the country’s armed forces enjoy such high level of military preparedness that is even the envy of enemies.
The latest market figures show that India’s imports of crude oil from Iran in July rose by over a fifth from June – a yet another indication that Tehran’s oil plans to boost exports in a post-sanctions era are moving ahead smoothly.
Iran Gas Engineering and Development Company (IGEDC) plans to lay 6,000 km of gas pipelines nationwide in the coming years, a report said.
Iran Khodro Automaker company (IKCO) and MAHLE GmbH of Germany have inked a contract to design and produce a type of 3-cylinder car engines.
Turkish tourism investment firm decided to build up to 10 four- and five-star hotels in different Iranian cities, including Ahvaz, in the next two months, Turkish tourist resort executive said on Wednesday.