Iran’s coverage: Increasing dollar rates in Iran provoke criticism

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High dollar rates spark criticisms in Iran

The runaway dollar has sparked serious concerns in Iran over what many believe could eventually prove costly for a country which has been planning for months to reap the benefits of the removal of the sanctions.


Iran must continue to strengthen self: Leader

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says Iran must continue to strengthen itself in the face of enmity from different parties.


Iranian Army successfully testfires mid-range missile

Iranian Army successfully testfired mid-range missiles against hypothetical enemies that invaded some sensitive sites in southern parts of the country.


IRGC Deputy Commander: No power able to threaten Iran

Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami underlined Iran’s superiority in the region, and said no power can threaten the country.


Boroujerdi reaffirms Iranian humanitarian aid to Yemen

Chairman of the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi on Monday reaffirmed humanitarian aid of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Yemen.


Iran, EAEU may sign temporary deal for future free trade zone

The president of Iran has shown interest in signing a temporary deal with the EAEU, leading to the creation of a free trade zone, according to Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan.


JCPOA secures nuclear propulsion for Iran

AEOI spokesperson has said Iran will be able to develop nuclear propulsion technology under provisions of JCPOA.


Aleppo liberation hard blow on arrogant powers, says Velayati

Liberation of the Syrian city of Aleppo which is a strategic spot in Western Asia, broke the neck of arrogant powers and the United States in the Middle East, says Ali Akbar Velayati Head of the Strategic Research Center of Iran’s Expediency Council.

Judiciary head: Post-2009 election unrest leaders should be tried

Head of the Judiciary has rejected demands that the case of ‘seditionists’ in the aftermath of 2009 presidential elections should be closed.


Iran to export first petchem cargo to Australia

Iran says Australia has joined the list of the clients of its hexamine – a fresh sign showing that petrochemical products are already receiving a central role in the country’s non-oil exports.