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Iran says it could withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal if the “atmosphere of uncertainty” created by the new US administration continues to prevent Tehran from reaping the benefits of the multilateral accord, particularly in the business and banking sectors.
Iranian mourners have held a funeral ceremony for the police forces who lost their lives in a recent wave of attacks by members of a Dervish cult in northern Tehran.
Secretary of Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said on Wednesday that the US national security and nuclear doctrine in the new era pose a serious threat to global peace and violates the United Nations Charter.
The US Supreme Court ruled that American citizens injured in a 1997 suicide bombing in Israel cannot seize ancient Persian artifacts from a Chicago university and museum as compensation.
Russia has voiced opposition to a UN Security Council (UNSC) resolution, drafted by Western powers, on renewing anti-Yemen sanctions, which also seeks a “condemnation” of Iran for allegations of violating an arms embargo on the war-torn Arabian Peninsula state.
A top Iranian official criticized the European Union’s inaction on the US negative actions against the nuclear deal reached between Iran and world powers in 2015.
Iran’s UN envoy announced on Wednesday that Tehran is ready to cooperate with Martin Griffiths, the United Nations’ new Special Envoy for Yemen, to halt the three-year Yemeni crisis.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami held bilateral talks in Baku with Azeri Prime Minister Artur Rasizade and Minister of Defense Industry Yavar Jamalov about a host of issues, including ways to boost defense ties between the two neighboring countries.
A seven-member delegation from France is going to examine the site of the ATR plane crash on top of the Dena mountain in Yasouj, southwestern Iran, to find the black box of the plane, said Member of Iran’s Majlis (Parliament) Asghar Salimi.
Iranian lawmakers on Thursday approved the next year budget bill in terms of resources and consumption.