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The Iranian Navy has launched a domestically-built destroyer in the southern port city of Bandar Abbas.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami dismissed as a lie Washington’s allegation that the Islamic Republic is supplying arms to Yemen, saying that Tehran only provides spiritual support for the Arabian Peninsula country.
Russian President Vladimir Putin reaffirmed support for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) during G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Friday.
A court in Germany has ordered Deutsche Telekom, a partly state-owned telecom provider, to reactivate phone and internet service for the Hamburg branch of Bank Melli Iran.
In a letter to the UN Security Council, Iran’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Es’hagh Al Habib said Saudis are plotting to wage sabotage activities in Iran, urging the international community to stop them.
Iran in an address to the OPCW 4th Review Conference has condemned the US destructive polices in violation of all international agreements, saying Washington is not fit to object to the decisions of OPCW member states.
Iran skirts US sanctions and finalises oil-for-goods deal with South Korea; official hints at joint fund between countries’ central banks
Iran said Saturday it had finalised a deal with South Korea to trade oil for goods, skirting renewed US sanctions.
Commander of Iran’s Army Major General Seyed Abdolrahim Mousavi said that cooperation between Iran’s Army and IRGC foils the plots of enemies and ensures the security of the region.
The Trump administration says military action against Iran could be possible should US sanctions against the country fail to curb Tehran from threatening Washington’s interests.
Despite the fact that US sanctions have brought about problems and limitations for supplying fuel for Iranian aircraft, but flights are still running, Chief Executive of Iran Civil Aviation Organization said.