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Iran Website Claims Putin Was Stressed During Meeting With Raisi

Fars News Agency has claimed that Vladimir Putin was so overwhelmed in his recent meeting with the Iranian president that…

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Water Mystery As Taliban Deny Iran Claims On Opening Dam

A Taliban minister has dismissed as rumor Iranian reports that Afghanistan’s new rulers have allowed water from the Kamal Khan…

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Chain Collisions Expose Hazards Of Iran-Made Vehicles

Two massive multiple vehicle collisions in Iran’s southwest last week and the failure of the vehicles’ airbags has caused public…

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Contradictory Remarks Continue On Sound Of Explosions In Western Iran

One day after residents heard a series of loud explosions in Western Iran, authorities continue to offer contradictory explanations, with…

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Many Iranians Critical Of Long-Term China, Russia Deals

any Iranian have been expressing resentment over a 25-year cooperation agreement with China and a proposed 20-year deal with Russia,…

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Pompeo Says Biden Admin ‘Living In Fantasy World’ Regarding Iran

In an interview with Fox News Friday, Pompeo drew attention to an animation video published on the official website of…

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NC State University Apologizes For Rude Response To Student From Iran

When Meitham, a prospective PhD student wrote to a faculty member of North Carolina University to enquire about joining his…

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Iran’s GDP Growth Report – Much Ado About Nothing

A new report about the Iran’s economic growth prospects for the current fiscal year, forecasts a 6.2% “real” GDP growth…

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Iran Says Not Satisfied With Pace Of Nuclear Talks

“Time is important to us, but it is not possible the other side moves like a turtle and we move…

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Ottawa Calls Iran’s Downing Of Airliner In 2020 ‘A Canadian Tragedy’

Ottawa has called Iran’s downing of a Ukrainian airliner two years ago “a Canadian tragedy” and has called for justice,…

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Iran Offers ‘Bilateral’ Talks With States That Lost Nationals In Downing Of Ukrainian Airliner

Iran said on January 7 that it is prepared to meet bilaterally with countries whose nationals died in Iran’s accidental…

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Intelligence Officers Interrogate Iranian Expats Arriving In Tehran

Iranian expats visiting Iran recently have reported that intelligence agents interrogated them at the airport to collect financial and personal…

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Iranians Complain About Shortages And High Prices Of Medicines

People from across Iran have sent audio messages to Iran International Television about the shortages and high prices of medicines…

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Governor Tells Doctors ‘If You Don’t Like It, Leave Iran’

A provincial governor has created an uproar in Iran by telling medical doctors that they are not indispensable, and they…

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Iran to Rejoin Nuclear Negotiating Table

After a five-month hiatus in negotiations on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal, Iranian and European Union envoys confirmed that talks will…

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Iran Replaces Top Nuclear Negotiator

Ali Bagheri Kani, a hard-line critic of the 2015 nuclear deal, will take over (National) as Iran’s deputy foreign minister. His predecessor,…

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Iran, IAEA Reach Deal on Servicing Surveillance Cameras

Tehran’s agreement to allow nuclear-site inspection cameras to be serviced (NYT) by the United Nations’ nuclear monitor, the International Atomic Energy Agency…

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Protest Movement in Ahwaz “Fire Under the Ashes”

Since last month, angry and frustrated Ahwazi Arabs of Iran have been protesting deliberate water shortage, deteriorating living conditions, and…

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Iran Opens Oil Terminal in Gulf of Oman

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced that the country opened its first oil terminal (Reuters) in the Gulf of Oman. The terminal will…

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Iranian Police Officer, Civilians Killed in Ongoing Water Protests

Iranian authorities said a police officer was killed yesterday and two civilians were killed on Friday amid ongoing protests over water…

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