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Security forces kill 2 terrorists, arrest 5 in southeastern Iran

Iranian security forces have killed two terrorists and arrested five others in the southeast of the country.

Iran doing its best to execute the additional protocol: Envoy

Iran’s Ambassador to the IAEA said on Wednesday that Iran is doing its best to execute the additional protocol to ensure the IAEA about the absence of undeclared nuclear materials or activities.

EU confirms Iran commitment to JCPOA

European Union on Wednesday confirmed Iran’s commitment to nuclear deal and recalled the importance of ensuring the necessary resources for the Agency to carry out its mission of verification and monitoring of Iran’s nuclear-related commitments.

Chinese Navy flotilla docks at Iran’s Bandar Abbas

Chinese Navy vessels berthed at Iranian southern port of Bandar Abbas on Thursday.

India’s oil imports from Iran plunge over gas field row

India’s oil imports from Iran have fallen to their lowest since June 2016, shipping data shows, in possible retaliation for Tehran not awarding a gas field development to Indian companies.

Iran’s 2017 wheat output to exceed five-year average by 25%

In its latest quarterly report, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) points to stability in Iran’s wheat production in 2017 and the possibility to reach a yield of 13.5 million tons.

Iranian ships enjoy intl. insurance coverage

An IRISL official said currently no restrictions exist on providing international insurance coverage for Iranian vessels.

Azerbaijan, Iran sign document on construction of loading and unloading terminal

Railway Departments of Azerbaijan and Iran have signed a document on the construction and operation of the Astara loading and unloading terminal.

Iran chides US over ‘meddling’ remarks

Iranian FM spokesman said Thu. the recent remarks by US Secretary of State about Iran are meddlesome and a blatant violation of peremptory norms of international law.

​Iran, S Korea in final talks over $13bn loan

Iran’s media say the country is preparing to receive a major credit line worth $13 billion from South Korea for several of its industrial projects within the next few weeks.