Iran’s coverage: Speaker’s advisor dismisses claims about Iran’s missile delivery to Yemen as “Baseless”

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Amir-Abdollahian: Charges against Iran over Yemen completely baseless

In a meeting with UN envoy, Iranian official Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said, “The charges against Iran over Yemen are completely baseless.”

Iranian-American man imprisoned in Iran gets four days’ leave

An 81-year-old Iranian-American man imprisoned in Iran, Baquer Namazi, has received a four-day leave from the Iranian government until Thursday after being discharged from a hospital, his lawyer said on Sunday.

Tehran airports to resume flights Monday

The Mehrabad International Airport and Imam Khomeini International Airport of the Iranian capital Tehran will resume their flights on Monday, senior official at Iran Airports and Air Navigation Company Yadollah Aghaei Saem said.


Jordan King Abdullah’s anti-Iran claims at odds with realities: Qassemi

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman says the Islamic Republic has always sought peace, stability and security in the region and takes advantage of every opportunity to promote dialogue aimed at solving regional problems.


Iran eyes 1.7 mbd oil output capacity increase

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh Iran will increase its crude oil production capacity by at least 1.7 million barrels per day provided that its talks with foreign partners reach fruition.


FM’s senior aide in Russia to discuss regional developments

Senior Assistant to the Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Jaberi Ansari travelled to Sochi, Russia, to discuss mutual cooperation and regional developments with senior Russian officials.

Putin-Netanyahu talks to focus on Syria, Iran and bilateral ties

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will discuss the situation in Syria, Iran and bilateral relations, Israeli Ambassador to Russia Gary Koren said in an interview with TASS on Monday.


Iran ready to seek arbitration in Turkmenistan gas row

Tehran is ready to file a case with the International Court of Arbitration (ICA) over the quality and price of gas it receives from Turkmenistan, the Iranian oil minister said on Monday, as a dispute between the two nations over payments escalates.


“Accession to UNTOC to benefit Iran greatly”

Iranian foreign ministry has assured the domestic critics that the country’s membership in the UN convention on fighting transnational organized crime will have numerous advantages for the country.


Iran receives black box data of doomed oil tanker: Official

The black box data of the Iranian oil tanker “Sanchi” that sank in the East China Sea earlier this month after burning for eight days was delivered to Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization, the deputy head of the organization announced on Monday.