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FM spokesman Ghasemi reacted to recent remarks by US Vice-President Mike Pence, saying no country can deny Iran’s constructive role in combating terrorism in region and the world.
Iran’s Interests Section in Washington has called for an immediate investigation into the recent suspicious killing of a young Iranian man by US police, who have failed to provide justifiable reason for the fatal shooting.
Iranian oil minister Bijan Namdar Zaganeh who has traveled to Vienna in order to attend the OPEC conference on extending agreements to cut oil production, said that a 6 to 9 month oil cut extension is acceptable.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution’s speech made in a meeting with the officials in charge of the first International Conference of Quran and Humanities on May 22 was published in Qom on Thursday.
Iranian first vice-president left here on Thursday for the Russian Black Sea city of Sochi to partake in the 16th meeting of the Council of Heads of Governments of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s (SCO) member states.
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri has announced that he may retract his resignation by next week.
The first International Conference of Quran and the Humanities started work here on Thursday with participation of a number of religious scholars, theologians and researchers of Quran from different world countries.
Iranian Vice-President for Legal Affairs Laya Joneydi met and conferred with UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Andrew Lowcock.
Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on arrival in Italy “ISIL has failed in terms of armed encounters, but the ISIL creeds still need to be disputed throughout the world.”
In a statement released on Wednesday, Iran’s High Council for Human Rights has condemned the violent murder of an Iranian-American young man who was unarmed by US police.