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In meeting with Basij members, Leader of Islamic Revolution criticized lack of commitment of US towards JCPOA warning that Iran will react to extension of anti-Iran sanctions as breach of deal.
A senior Iranian cleric and Shia marja (source of emulation), Ayatollah Abdul-Karim Mousavi Ardebili, has passed away after suffering cardiac and digestive complications.
Slovenian embassy reopened in Tehran on Wednesday in presence of Slovenian President Borut Pahor and Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif.
US State Department Spokesman John Kirby confirmed that the US Treasury Department has issued a license giving Airbus the green light to sell commercial planes to Tehran.
Commander of IRGC Quds Forces Maj. Gen. Ghassem Soleimani has said undermining Basij achievements is an unpardonable sin.
Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri described as doable the idea of establishing the Muslim world’s Basij, like the Iranian Basij (voluntary forces).
Iran and Russia have signed an agreement on introducing simpler rules for the issuance of travel visas to tour groups, IRNA news agency said.
Iran seized a Comoros Islands-flagged ship on Saturday as its trading documents contained the waters between Iran and the Persian Gulf as the “A.r.a.b.i.a.n Gulf” instead of the “Persian Gulf”.
Negotiations are underway between Iran’s National Petrochemical Company and France’s Total on construction of two petrochemical units and technology transfer to produce a wide range of polymers, NPC’s head of financial affairs said on Tuesday.
Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Reza Salehi-Amiri has said that Iran’s plan to loan a collection of Western artworks from the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMCA) has been halted.