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Iran’s Foreign Ministry called on all Muslims and freedom-seekers all over the world, particularly the Iranians, to take part in Quds Day demonstrations to show their support for the Palestinians.
Diplomatic delegations from Iran and the remaining parties to the 2015 nuclear deal (Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany) gathered in Tehran on Thursday for an expert meeting.
Boeing will not deliver aircraft to Iran in light of US sanctions, effectively aborting a pair of large contracts with Iranian carriers, a Boeing spokesman said Wednesday.
Iran’s minister of labor said that a general agreement on choosing Iran as the regional center for activities on labor was reached in the 107th session of the International Labor Conference in Geneva.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her country’s support for the Iran nuclear deal in talks with her Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, saying London would remain committed to its obligations under the multilateral accord as long as Tehran is.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani will leave Tehran for China on Friday (June 8) to take part in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit, the Iranian envoy in Beijing said on Thursday.
The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has issued a statement calling on everyone to take part in tomorrow’s Quds Day rallies, saying institutionalized Resistance thinking is the soft power of the Islamic Ummah.
Iran can produce 190,000 SWUs (separative work units) within 10 months as the required infrastructure for 1 million SWUs in long-term has been prepared, Iran’s nuclear organization chief said.
The US exit from the Iran deal strips Washington of all its rights under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Russia’s Permanent Representative to International Organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov said on Wednesday.
Four Iranian fishermen taken captive by pirates in international waters near Somalia have been released by Iran’s intelligence forces.