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If the US fails to honor its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iran will send it to museum and return to the first point, according to an IRGC official.
Iranians have taken to the streets across the nation to demonstrate their disapproval of US policies on the anniversary of the takeover of the American embassy in Tehran 37 years ago.
President Hassan Rouhani in a message on Wednesday congratulated Michel Aoun on his election as new Lebanese president.
Switzerland’s attorney general has halted an investigation into suspected political espionage at a Geneva hotel, which was opened a month after talks on Iran’s nuclear plans took place.
The Russian aviation industry is set to showcase its aircraft in Iran for the first time since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Iran Air Show secretary Bijan Bonakdar told Sputnik on Wednesday.
An Iranian airline, backed by the country’s Revolutionary Guard and used to ferry weapons and fighters to support Syria’s government, has acquired rights to fly commercial routes in more than a dozen European and Asian countries in spite of U.S. terror-related sanctions.
Addressing a group of Iranian military attaches and security officials in Tehran, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif presented an analysis of Iran-US balance of power after the end of the cold war.
Iran’s ambassador to London has announced that there is no European anti-Iran sanction in effect.
Armenia says it has moved one step closer to an ambitious plan to buy natural gas from Iran and sell it to Georgia.
Majlis Speaker’s Special International Affairs Advisor Hossein Amir-Abdollahian wrote in his telegram on Thursday that distrust in the US has grown more than ever.