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28 جمادي الثاني 1438 - Sunday, March 26, 2017
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Iranian Speaker: Foreigners Use Extremists to Sow Discord among Muslims
Larijani said on Saturday that the hardliners and extremist groups, backed by foreign money and facilities, have sown seeds of dissension in the ...
Iran to Promote Cooperation between NAM, AU for Resolving Crisis in Mali
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said his country as the current president of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is prepared to cooperate with ...
Velayati: US unable to attack Iran
Ali Akbar Velayati Special advisor for international affairs to the Leader of Iran Ayatollah Khamenei in an interview with Mehr News Agency said; “what they are doing is ..
Iran will not retreat from its nuclear program: Velayati
Special advisor for international affairs to the Leader of Iran said; “retreat from a peaceful nuclear program is neither logical nor ...
West’s bid to isolate Iran will fail: Former Canadian envoy to Iran
Canada’s last Ambassador to Iran John Mundy says the West’s campaign to isolate Iran over its nuclear energy program is doomed to failure as Tehran is a key international player.
Long-term aspirin ingestion ups blindness risk
A new study has indicated that people who take aspirin for many years, even of the low-dose variety, are threatened by higher risk of blindness.
Israel election results show crisis for leadership: Hezbollah
The secretary general of Lebanons resistance group Hezbollah says the results of the general elections in Israel indicate that the regime will suffer from a deep political leadership crisis.
Iran launches soft war base: Cmdr.
Deputy Head of Irans Armed Forces Chief of Staff Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri says the country has formed a body to counter the enemy’s soft war tactics against the Islamic Republic.
Biggest dinosaurs had small brains: Scientists
Scientists say that an advanced member of the biggest dinosaurs ever to walk the earth had a tiny brain, the size of a tennis ball.
Attacking Syria is attacking Iran: Velayati
A senior Iranian official has praised Syria’s logistic support for Lebanons resistance group Hezbollah during the Zionist regime’s 33-day war, saying an attack on Syria is regarded as a strike against Iran and its allies.
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Strong Iran-Egypt ties irritate US and Israeli regime: Activist
According to Press TV, an international lawyer and political analyst says the restoration of bilateral relations between Iran and Egypt irritates the United States and Israeli regime.
Saudi Arabia, US executive arm in Middle East: Iran MP
An Iranian lawmaker says Saudi Arabia acts as the executive arm of the United States to help Washington implement its policies in the Middle East.
Pilgrims release shows good Iran diplomacy: Larijani
Iran Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani says the recent release of 48 pilgrims abducted by foreign-sponsored Syrian militants is the result of good diplomacy and relations with regional states.
Iranians mark death anniversary of Islams Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Iranians across the country mourn the anniversary of the death of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the martyrdom of his grandson Imam Hassan (PBUH), the second revered Imam of Shias.
Early bilingualism develops sharper brain: Study
A new research has demonstrated that adults who have been bilingual since childhood are granted with sharper brains and working more efficiently.
Light-sensing cells may back sight to blind
A team of British researchers has reported that injections of light-sensing cells into the eye of totally blind mice can restore their lost vision.
German picture book exhibit displays Iran children’s books
A number of Iranian children’s books have been put on display in a German international picture book exhibition dubbed Colorful Children’s World.
Syria developments taking positive turn for nation, government: Iran MP
Senior Iranian lawmaker Seyyed Hussein Naqavi-Husseini says the situation in Syria is changing in favor of the Syrian nation and government.
Iran welcomes Assad peace plan
An aide to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has welcomed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s initiative for peace.
Iran’s Kish Island to host 6th Intl. Tourism Exhibition
Iran is planning to mount the sixth edition of international exhibition for tourism, hospitality and investing opportunities in Kish Island.
Iranian arts displayed in Moscow intl. festival
Iran has participated in the 5th International Art Festival of ‘Unforgettable Traditions in Moscow to introduce the country’s various works of art.
Iran unveils latest indigenous helicopter Toufan 2
Iran has unveiled its latest combat helicopter Toufan 2 (Storm 2) during a ceremony attended by the country’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi.
Syria reforms possible through dialog
Iran Majlis (parliament) Speaker Ali Larijani says reforms in Syria can only be achieved through negotiations among all Syrian groups.
Nothing can hinder Iran’s progresses
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says nothing can hinder the Iranian nations scientific progress.
11 Tehran villages as tourism targets
Eleven villages of Tehran province are expected to become tourism targets, said a tourism expert.
Iran’s ever-growing influence scares Zionist-Imperialist rulers
There is PANIC in Washington. A country of only 75,000,000 people (17th in the world list), without an atomic bomb, is extending its influence! A country surrounded by ...
‘Welcome to Palestine’ enters Gaza Strip
A group of pro-Palestinian activists, mainly French and Egyptian, have entered the Gaza Strip through Egypt to deliver humanitarian aid to the Tel Aviv-blockaded coastal sliver.
Iran Navy launches drill to display capabilities, send friendship message
The Iranian Navy has launched a specialized naval drill, dubbed Velayat 91, to display the country’s capabilities and send a message of friendship to neighboring countries.
Simple OCT eye scan can reveal MS progression
A new study has found that a simple eye scan might be able to reveal the earliest signs of multiple sclerosis (MS) damage in patients with the debilitating disease.
Rotterdam intl. film festival to screen two Iranian movies
Two Iranian movies are selected to be screened at the 42nd edition of Rotterdam International Film Festival in Netherlands.
Iran holds carpet exhibition in Tehran
Iran has held an exhibition of hand-woven Persian carpets and rugs at Milad Tower in the capital city of Tehran, Press TV reports.
West supports terrorists in Syria: Russia foreign minister
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has criticized as “absolutely unacceptable” the Western countries’ support for the terrorists in Syria.
Legal prohibition of insult against true religions needed
Iran’s Majlis (Parliament) Speaker Ali Larijani in his Christmas congratulation letter sent for his Christian counterparts on Monday called for legal prohibition of insult against divine religions and holy prophets (PBUT).
Iran-Turkey ties bring regional stability
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has stressed that upgrading of relations between Iran and Turkey will guarantee stability in the region.
Egypt vote result of Islamic awakening
An Iranian lawmaker has lauded the approval of Egypt’s new constitution in the recent referendum as an outcome of Islamic Awakening in the region.
West could not ruin Iran’s economy
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Iran has weathered the worst of the West’s economic pressure, and the enemies’ plots to ruin the Iranian banking and economic system have proven futile.
We won’t allow Zionist regime’s settlements: Abbas
Acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas has warned that Palestinians will not allow the Zionist regime to build new illegal settlements in the occupied territories.
Pakistan won’t stop Iran gas project
A Pakistani official says Islamabad will continue with a joint project with Tehran on the construction of a gas pipeline from Iran to Pakistan despite foreign political pressures.
Iran’s international environment exhibition comes to end
The 12th edition of International Environment Exhibition held in the Iranian capital of Tehran has wrapped up, Press TV has reported.
Iran to launch 2 satellites into orbit by mid-March: ISA
Head of Iran’s Space Agency (ISA) Hamid Fazeli says the country plans to launch two indigenous satellites into orbit by the end of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2013).
Experts, ex-officials urge Obama to change tactics on Iran
A group of 24 experts and former officials have called on US President Barack Obama to change tactics on Iran, warning against tougher sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
New US bans on Iran will fail, against international law: MP
An Iranian lawmaker says the new sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran over Tehran’s nuclear energy program are against international law and will bear no fruit.
Development of Zionist settlements due to Israeli regime’s failure
A senior Iranian legislator, Mansour Haqiqatpour, has noted that the development of Zionist settlements is the result of the failure of usurper Israeli regime in the 8-day Gaza war.
Bipolar system will end by expansion of Islamic Awakening movement
Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization Muhammad Baqer Khorramshad said that the bipolar system will end through expansion of the Islamic Awakening movement.
Iran president hails role of academics
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has stressed the unique and prominent role of scholars and academics in reforming societies and facilitating the realization of the ideals of humankind.
Iran firmly stands against US-West adventurist tendencies
Majlis Speaker, Ali Larijani, said Iran firmly confronts the spiteful and adventurist approach of the US and the West in such fields as human rights and nuclear and missile technologies.
Iran can outdo US in drone tech
An Iranian lawmaker says the Islamic Republic has reached a level of expertise that can outdo the US in drone technology.
Enemies seek chaos in Iran via economic plots: Iran cmdr.
A senior commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says economic plots against Iran are hatched to cause social unrest and chaos in the country and force it to reach compromise with hegemonic powers.
Iran to host Non-Aligned Movement summit on filmmaking
Iran is set to hold a Non-Aligned Movement meeting on filmmaking and cinema at the 31st Fajr International Film Festival in Tehran.
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