Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Government Spokesman Ali Rabiei said US President Trump’s offer for talks with Iran is empty as no other serious sign is present.
An Iranian-American doctor has returned to Iran, Iranian state media reported on Monday, after a swap deal between Tehran and Washington that resulted in the release of a U.S. Navy veteran detained in Iran.
Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has expressed commiserations over the demise of the Palestinian resistance figure, Ramadan Abdullah Shallah.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif congratulated his new Iraqi counterpart Fuad Mohammed Hussein on taking office.
Afghanistan’s president said on Monday that the burning of a car carrying Afghan immigrants in Yazd, Iran should be investigated in a serious manner.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he is convinced that Russia, China, Iran, and Cuba are real friends of the country as they provide all-round help to Caracas.
Iran is frankly trying to close the case of Iranian nationals who have been involved in files opened by the United States within the framework of its maximum pressure policy against Iran, an official said on Monday.
Iran’s President sent a message of condolences over the passing of the former Secretary General of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement, Dr. Ramadan Abdullah, and wished him mercy and highest rewards.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Aerospace Force Space Division said the homegrown ‘Noor’ (light) satellite that was launched into space in April is fully operational and has been used to track the oil tankers that recently carried fuel to Venezuela.
Head of Iranian Health Ministry’s Public Relations Office Kianoush Jahanpour said on Monday that some 70 more Iranians died because of coronavirus over the past 24 hours and 136,360 people out of a total of 173,832 infected with the deadly virus have survived and recovered, but, unfortunately, the total number of deaths reached 8,351.