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UK ambassador to Tehran posted a message on his official Twitter account on Sunday reassuring that UK is abiding by diplomatic conventions regarding the security of diplomats and diplomatic missions.
A rioter that drove a bus into a group of police officers during a February mob attack in north Tehran appeared in court on Sunday charged with killing three security forces.
In an effort to boost military ties with India, three naval warships from the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy docked at Mumbai port from March 6 to March 10.
Chairman of Iran-UK parliamentary friendship group urged Iranian Foreign Ministry on Sunday to follow up the case of the recent intrusion of Iran diplomatic mission in London.
According to Metropolitan Police, attackers to Iran embassy in London were freed on bail.
Head of Iran-Indonesia Parliamentary Friendship Group Mahmoud Sadeghi says that Iran and Indonesia can join hands in fighting against extremism and terrorist groups.
Commander of Khatam ol-Anbia Headquarters Major General Gholam Ali Rashid warned the US and Israel that they cannot bear the costs and consequences of confrontation against Iran.
There is substantial evidence that the so-called Shirazi cult, whose members stormed Iran’s embassy in London on Friday, operates under the auspices of Britain, Iran’s Prosecutor General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri said.
AEOI spokesman Kamalvandi said Sun. that France will have a hard time if they choose to side with US interests and stand against Iran on the nuclear deal and missile program issues.
Iranian First Vice-President Es’hagh Jahangiri says that putting into practice the policies of the Resistance Economy, the Iranian government is ready to deal with shocks of western sanctions.