Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says its next “crushing response” to potential enemy missteps has already been planned days after it struck Daesh positions in Syria with missiles in revenge for its terror attacks on Iranian soil.
Millions of people are set to attend the International Quds Day rallies in various parts of the world to show their solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian people and condemn Israeli atrocities.
Iran has blamed a recent rise in US oil production for the plunge in global prices of crude oil.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has stressed that the Islamic Republic will respond “more decisively” to any future terrorist attack on Iran’s soil.
At least 65 Daesh terrorists, including several high-ranking intelligence commanders, were killed in Iran’s recent missile attack against the Takfiri group’s targets in eastern Syria, according to a statement by Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
Legislation to impose new sanctions on Russia and Iran that passed the U.S. Senate nearly unanimously last week has run into a procedural problem that could prevent a quick vote in the House of Representatives, lawmakers said on Tuesday.
Majlis Speaker Special Aide for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Tuesday that the US is not resolved in fighting terrorism, but it is deceiving regional states.
An official, while reporting on deployment of an egg container to Qatar, said about 1500 tons of the product have been exported to Afghanistan in the past two months.
Deputy Chief of Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazzayeri took the US, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and certain regional and European states responsible for the creation of the ISIL terrorist group.
To impede Zionism and terrorism in the region, unity in the Islamic world must be promoted,” said President Rouhani in the session of the Council of Ministers on Wednesday, inviting the entire Iranian nation to take part in Quds Day demonstrations.