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1 شعبان 1438 - Saturday, April 29, 2017
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Climate change, city growth increase risk of dengue fever
Dengue vulnerability is rising due to global warming and urbanization in West and Central Africa, South America and Europe, according to a research by the United Nations University.
Biggest-ever historic collection returns to Iran
The biggest-ever collection of historic artifacts is finally restituted to Iran from Belgium.
Jordanians rally to slam gas deal with Israeli regime
Angry Jordanian protesters have poured out into the streets to condemn the government’s plan to sign a multi-billion-dollar gas deal with the illegal Zionist entity.
Iran world’s fourth missile power: Defense Min
The Islamic Republic of Iran is the fourth missile power in the world, says the country’s defense minister. “Iran has an acceptable status among countries possessing missile capabilities, and stands after ...
Iran condemns Boko Haram’s deadly attack in Nigeria
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham, has condemned a recent deadly terrorist attack by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria.
Autism risk tied to pollution during pregancy: Study
A new study shows that pregnant women who are exposed to a type of air pollution face a higher risk of having a child with autism.
Iranian pop star Morteza Pashaei dies of cancer
Iranian pop star Morteza Pashaei has died of stomach cancer in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
Iran to launch new home-made satellite in February
Iranian Vice-President Muhammad Shariatmadari announced that Tehran is preparing to orbit a new home-made satellite, called Sharif Sat, by February 2015.
Iran’s economy won’t await removal of sanctions
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s chief of staff, Muhammad Nahavandian has said, the progress of Iran’s economy is not contingent upon the removal of the Western sanction, as Tehran is already making ...
Premature reporting tarnishes IAEA image: Iran
A senior Iranian nuclear official has criticized the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for releasing its reports prematurely, warning that the move will tarnish the image of the UN nuclear agency.
US must show goodwill in action: Iran cleric
A senior Iranian cleric says the US must show goodwill with regard to Islamic Republic in action rather than through sending letters to Iranian officials.
US alliance seeking to undermine Iraq, Syria: Iran cleric
A senior Iranian cleric has questioned the sincerity of the new US-led coalition in its fight against ISIL terrorists, saying such an alliance merely seeks to undermine the governments in Iraq and Syria.
Iran not to allow drones to fly over N-sites: Top cmdr.
A senior Iranian commander says the Islamic Republic will firmly deal with any foreign drones seeking to intrude into the country’s airspace, especially over nuclear sites.
Turkey to drag Israel to int’l court over Gaza: Erdogan
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara would push for Israel to be tried at an international criminal court if it continues its deadly aggression against the Gaza Strip.
Rouhani decries Israels genocidal war on Gaza
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has condemned Israel’s brutal war on Gaza, urging Islamic countries to support the Palestinian resistance in unison.
Israel must accept Hamas truce terms: Iran cmdr.
A senior Iranian commander says the Israeli regime has no option but to accept conditions put forward by the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas for a ceasefire.
Int’l bodies must end silence on Gaza: Iran FM
Iranian Foreign Minister Muhammad Javad Zarif has called on the international community to break its silence over the massacre of the oppressed Gazans at the hands of the Israeli regime.
Israel cabinet to discuss expanding onslaught on Gaza: Reports
Israel’s secretive security cabinet is set to meet to discuss the option of expanding the Israeli ground offensive in the blockaded Gaza Strip, reports say.
Condemnation of Genocide in Gaza
As you are going through these lines, under the bombardment of the Zionists, some more Palestinian children have definitely lost their lives or are sobbing over the mutilated bodies of their parents. Gaza is not a piece of land; it is a...
Japan supports Iran-P5+1 nuclear talk: Deputy FM
A Japanese deputy foreign minister has reaffirmed Tokyo’s support for the ongoing nuclear negotiations between Iran and six world powers, praising Tehran for its constructive stance in the talks.
Iran, Turkey determined to fight terrorism: Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran and Ankara are determined to fight terrorism in the region.
Exercise boosts recovery in breast cancer survivors
A new research has unraveled that physical activity can help recovery after breast cancer in the disease survivors.
China to play constructive role in N-talks: Official
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says Beijing seeks to play a “constructive” role in the ongoing negotiations between Iran and six world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
Algerian festival honors Iranian calligraphers
Two Iranian calligraphy artists have garnered awards at the sixth edition of International Arab Calligraphy Festival in Algeria.
Iran to unveil indigenous Fateh submarine soon: Cmdr.
Commander of the Iranian Navy Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari says the Islamic Republic will be unveiling the domestically designed and built Fateh (Conqueror) submarine in the next few months to ensure maritime security for Iranian vessels.
Syria’s health system collapsing: Aid agency
The aid agency “Save the Children” has warned that the health system in Syria is collapsing and that children are suffering as a result of a lack of proper healthcare.
Tehran to host conference on human rights in Syria
Iran is going to host an international conference on the situation of human rights and measures to further empower resistance movements in crisis-stricken Syria.
Iran-P5+1 talks merely nuclear: Larijani
Iran’s Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani says Tehran’s nuclear energy program is and will be the only subject on the agenda of the talks between Iran and the P5+1 group.
US actions obstruct final nuclear deal: Velayati
A top aide to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says Washington’s anti-Iran measures hinder a final nuclear deal between Tehran and the P5+1 group.
IRGC fully prepared to foil soft threats: Cmdr.
A high-ranking Iranian military figure says the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) is fully prepared to counter the “soft threats” posed by the enemies.
Iran ready to share oil industry technology with Congo
Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani says the Islamic Republic is ready to share oil industry technology for the construction of refineries and in the area of petrochemicals with Republic of the Congo.
No guarantee for Iran final nuclear deal: Ashton
European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton says there is no guarantee for the achievement of a final nuclear agreement between Iran and the six world powers.
Zarif: keeping rights, Iran’s condition to sign deal
Iran’s FM who is receiving EU foreign policy chief in Tehran has said Iran is resolved to finalize the deal with the Powers.
Ashton visit can positively impact Iran nuclear talks: MP
The ongoing visit by the European Union’s (EU) foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, to Iran can positively impact the Iran’s nuclear negotiations with the world powers, an Iranian lawmaker says.
Yoga can help breast cancer patients: Study
A new study suggests yoga can help breast cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy to overcome a major side effect of this treatment method.
High-protein diet harmful to health: Study
Eating too much protein could be as dangerous as smoking for middle-aged people, a scientific study has found.
Israel seeking military intervention in Syria: Iran
An Iranian deputy foreign minister says the Israeli regime has been fueling attempts aimed at launching a military intervention in Syria.
Iran rejects Zionist regime’s arms cargo claim
An Iranian deputy foreign minister has rejected Zionist regime’s allegation that Tehran has sent missiles to the blockaded Gaza Strip.
Iran in nuclear talks to build confidence: Araqchi
A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says the Islamic Republic entered negotiations with the six world powers in order to build confidence over its nuclear energy activities.
Premature infants benefit from adult talk: Study
A new study suggests that talking to premature babies while they are still in the intensive care unit (ICU) might be beneficial to them later on in life.
Study says mathematicians see math as beautiful as art
Brain scans of a group of mathematicians have indicated that numbers and letters in a mathematical formula can evoke the same sense of beauty as artistic masterpieces and music.
International Gold, Jewelry exhibition held in Tehran
The sixth International Exhibition for Gold, Jewelry, Precious Stones, Clock and Watch has been held in the Iranian capital, Tehran, Press TV has reported.
Parliaments can play key role in promoting unity among Muslims: Larijani
Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has said that parliaments can play an important role in promoting unity among Muslim countries.
Ashton praises progress in Iran-IAEA cooperation
European Union (EU) foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has hailed the progress achieved in the cooperation between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) over issues regarding Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
High dose vitamin C benefits cancer patients
Laboratory study has illustrated that high-dose vitamin C can boost the cancer-killing effect of chemotherapy and develop patients’ treatment.
Study finds link in brain’s vision, hearing sections
American scientists through an animal study have discovered connections between the vision section and the auditory cortex in the brain.
Iran summons Swiss envoy over fresh US sanctions
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned Swiss Ambassador to Tehran Giulio Hass in protest to the latest US sanctions against a number of companies and individuals for doing business with the Islamic Republic.
US has never dared to attack Iran militarily: Cmdr.
A high-ranking Iranian commander has dismissed the US military threats against the Islamic Republic, stressing that Washington has never had the courage to launch an attack against Iran.
Millions of Iranians marking 1979 Revolution anniv.
Millions have attended nationwide demonstrations in Iran to mark the 35th anniversary of the victory of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
High-fat diet in pregnancy may alter baby’s brain
New study suggests that a high-fat diet during pregnancy can change the structure of babys brain and increase risk of obesity in its later life.
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