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Iranian President said that Iranian people have shown that they have enough strength and power to face and resist the pressures and will not be brought to their knees.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry strongly condemned the adventurist and dangerous move by US jet fighters against Mahan Air’s Beirut-bound passenger plane, saying Tehran will not leave any hostile move unanswered.
A short-circuit on a power line sparked a brush fire near a housing area for military officials in Tehran on Friday, police and the fire department said, denying there had been an explosion, Iranian news agencies reported.
The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah condemned the harassment of an Iranian passenger plane over Syria by two American fighter jets as an act of terrorism.
Iranian delegation dispatched to Paris for decoding Ukrainian plane black boxes confirmed the procedure of the Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis (BEA) for Civil Aviation Safety.
In reaction to the recent provocation by US warplanes against an Iranian airliner, Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations described it as a criminal act.
Disturbing a passenger plane is equal to the violation of indispensable international rules and regulations, Iranian Vice President for Legal Affairs Laya Joneidi said after two US army fighter jets came close to an Iranian passenger plane over the Syrian airspace, forcing the pilot to make a sudden change of direction and altitude to avoid a collision.
The transcript from the black boxes from a Ukrainian jet accidentally shot down by Iran on January 8 confirm the fact of illegal interference with the plane, Ukraine’s deputy foreign minister wrote on Twitter on Friday.
Iranian Parliament speaker has reacted to the recent aggressive maneuvering by two US warplanes close to an Iranian airliner over Syria, saying that any misconduct by the US will lead to a sooner end of the Zionist regime.
Iran’s Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari said on Saturday that some 195 more Iranians have died from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) over the past 24 hours bringing the total deaths to 15,484.