Iran Can Set Fire To All U.S. Interests In Region
A senior Iranian military commander says the country is capable of setting fire to all US interests in the region.
UN’s Big “No” to U.S. Efforts To Return Iran Sanctions
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Saturday he cannot take any action on a U.S. declaration that all U.N. sanctions on Iran had been reimposed because “there would appear to be uncertainty” on the issue.
Almost Entire Iran Listed as COVID-19 “Red Zones”
Health Ministry spokeswoman says 422,140 patients have contracted the novel coronavirus so far, including 3,097 new cases identified in the past 24 hours, the highest daily rise in new patients since June 6.
Supply of Basic Goods Ongoing Despite Sanctions
President Hassan Rouhani has said that the constant supply of basic needs of the country despite the limitations of oil-selling and currency income, is indicative of the failure of sanctions imposers on Iran’s economy.
Power-Obsessed Trump Resorting To Threat for Re-Election
Slamming U.S. anti-Iran threats, a member of the Iranian Parliament’s Presiding Board said that these Trump’s actions are just a show to attract the American peoples’ votes on the eve of the U.S. 2020 election.
CBI Governor Vows Improving Foreign Currency Market Conditions
Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Abdolnasser Hemmati said despite the U.S. maximum pressures, the country expects improving conditions for its foreigncurrency market due to growing crude exports and return of exporters’ foreign currency.
No Change in U.S. Hostility to Iran
It makes no difference to Iran who the next US president will be, as Washington’s hostility towards the Iranian nation is not going to change at all, Speaker of Iran’s Parliament Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf said.
No Snapback in UNSC Resolution 2231
As stated there is no snapback in UNSC resolution 2231, Iran’s foreign minister emphasized that the United States knows its claim of reinstating Security Council sanctions against Iran is false
“My Commander” exhibit to showcase top photos of Martyr Soleimani’s funeral
A selection of top photos of the funeral of Lieutenant-General Qassem Soleimani will be showcased in a virtual exhibition named “My Commander” on Thursday.
U.S. protests: Anti-police protests resume in Portland
Protesters returned to the streets of Portland, following a pause largely due to poor air quality from wildfires on the West Coast.
Influenza vaccination plan aims to reduce COVID-19 effects
The Ministry of Health will start a national plan on Tuesday aiming to provide two million doses of influenza vaccines for at-risk groups such as the elderly, transplant patients, cardiopulmonary patients, and pregnant women to reduce COVID-19
effects, Mohammad Reza Shanehsaz, head of the Food and Drug Administration, has said.
Broom making helps villagers make a living
A man spreads piles of reedy twigs under the sunlight at the yard of his house in Molla-Hassan Village in northeast Iran,
September 20, 2020.
Pompeo is waiting for a JCPOA movie to get what it is, says Zarif
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has not read the text of the 2015 nuclear deal and is waiting for a movie about it in order to understand what’s in the deal, says Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Angry, isolated U.S. resorts to bullying
Being quite aware that its demand for return of UN sanctions on Iran is utterly illegal, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who seems really angry, has threatened to punish any country that does not follow U.S. dictates on Iran.
No difference between Trump, Biden: parliament speaker
Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf has said there is no difference between incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump and his challenger Joe Biden.