Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says defending the nation of Palestine is tantamount to defending the truth, not simply defending an oppressed nation that has been driven out of its home.
Iran’s Airtour Airlines has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for 45 Airbus A320neo aircraft, Airbus said on Thursday, in a deal unveiled at the Paris Airshow.
Iran has begun exporting gas through a pipeline to Baghdad under a deal set to make Iraq the Islamic republic’s top customer, the oil ministry said.
Iran’s Zagros Airlines has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to buy 28 new Airbus (AIR.PA) planes, comprising 20 A320neo jets and eight A330neo aircraft, Airbus said in a statement.
Iran’s ambassador to the UN called for stronger coordinated approach between the Afghan government, donors and the United Nations, adding that deteriorating security in Afghanistan has its deeper roots and cannot be addressed solely through military buildup.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has warned about bids to break up Iraq, saying the Arab country’s partitioning serves the interests of Israel.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Public Relations Department said more than 170 Daesh (ISIL) terrorists, including several ringleaders, have been killed in its recent missile attack on terrorist sites in Syria’s eastern province of Deir ez-Zor.
General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces referred to the Palestinian issue as a major factor boosting Muslim nations’ unity and a symbol of their campaign against arrogant powers, calling on all “freedom-seekers” to take part in the upcoming worldwide rallies marking the Quds Day.
Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said on Wednesday that the recent missile attacks conducted by the Islamic Republic Guard Corps (IRGC) explicitly demonstrated Iran’s capability in terms of military operation and intelligence to the world.
Support for Iran in the meeting of Financial Action Task Force on money laundering (FATF) in Spain was unprecedented and Washington was not able to ally countries with itself to forge consensus against the Islamic Republic, an informed source says.