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House of Saud is at the end of the line/the Islamic nations should stand against the cruelty

The member of the presiding board of the Assembly of Experts called the recent crime of the House of Saud a sign of desperation, as the House of Saud is at the end of the line and then, he called for the resistance of the Islamic nations. RNA – The ...

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Iran notifies JCPOA partners of suspension of some commitments

Iran has informed the five remaining signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal of its decision to suspend the implementation of some of its commitments under the multinational agreement, exactly one year after the United States unilaterally abandoned the international document. The ambassadors of the countries remaining in the deal — France, ...

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The clerics stand by the people until the problems are resolved

Ayatollah Arafi said that the clerics helped the victims of floods along with other cultural groups, and that they will stand by people until problems are fundamentally resolved. RNA – Ayatollah Alireza Arafi, the president of the state Seminaries, visiting Imam Hussain (AS) Seminary, stated, “The floods ruined the life ...

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Iran to ignore EU demands, get even with US: Larijani

This photo shows Iran’s most advanced homemade destroyer, Sahand, inducted into its naval fleet at the port of Bandar Abbas in December 2018. Parliament speaker Ali Larijani says Iran no longer holds value for Europe’s demands as European governments have let it down in fighting hostile US policies, pledging that ...

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Official: Iran’s Oil Irreplaceable

It is technically impossible to replace the lost share of Iran in the global oil markets, an Iranian deputy minister said Monday. In comments at meeting of World Petroleum Council (WPC) experts in Tehran, deputy of Iran’s oil minister for international and mercantile affairs, Amir Hossein Zamaninia, dismissed the notion ...

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Pakistan Takes Steps to Ensure Stability in Common Border with Iran: FM

Qureshi on Saturday briefed the media on steps taken by the country to strengthen security along its porous border with Iran a day before the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is due to arrive in Iran for a long-awaited visit. He told journalists in a press conference in Islamabad that ...

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Senior cleric warns of Europe’s unreliability in face of US anti-Iran measures

Tehran’s interim Friday prayers leader Kazem Sedighi warned the Iranian officials not to be deceived by Europe’s promises, saying that while the US animosity is apparent, the Europeans are also practicing deception today. AhlulBayt News Agency : Tehran’s interim Friday prayers leader Kazem Sedighi warned the Iranian officials not to be ...

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Flood Inundates City of Khorram Abad in Iran

Flood Inundates City of Khorram Abad in Iran   KHORRAM ABAD (Tasnim) – Heavy rainfall has caused serious flooding in the capital of Lorestan Province, west of Iran, filling the city with debris and mud. اغاثة الناس في السيول التي ضربت مناطق كبير من ايران وتوجهت جموع غفيرة من مؤسسات ...

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Iranian Judiciary Chief Urges Probe into Deadly Floods

Iran’s Judiciary Chief Hojatoleslam Seyed Ebrahim Raeisi said he has ordered the General Inspection Organization (GIO) to seriously probe into the reasons behind the recent deadly floods across the country. Speaking at a meeting of the coordination council of Management Crisis Department of Khuzestan Province on Thursday night, Raeisi hailed ...

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Syrian Diplomat Hails Iranian FM’s Damascus Visit as ‘Very Successful’

Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad praised Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s recent visit to Damascus as “very successful” and said it indicated the two countries’ common stances on the threats posed against the Middle East region. “The trip was very successful and useful and important meetings were held ...

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