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14 Nov 2016
Tehran officials shut schools on Monday as the first of the winter's heavy pollution hit the Iranian capital.
9 Nov 2016
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said there was "no possibility" of its nuclear deal with world powers being overturned by US president-elect Donald Trump despite his threat to rip it up.
9 Nov 2016
As the world waits the declaration of the winner of the presidential election of the United States of America (USA) held yesterday, the government of the Islamic Republic ...
29 Oct 2016
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned against the threat of "terrorist governments" being established in North Africa as violence spreads from Syria and Iraq, as he met Saturday ...
23 Oct 2016
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that he had no preference in the US election race between Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, saying it was a choice between "bad and worse".
20 Oct 2016
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday that his country must be hospitable to foreign businessmen, two days after a high-profile Iranian-American and his father were jailed for 10 years as spies.
17 Oct 2016
Iran has rejected remarks by US Secretary of State John Kerry that its policies in Syria and Yemen are blocking efforts to encourage banks to do business with it.
18 Sep 2016
An Iranian Paralympic cyclist died Saturday after an accident in the road race on the penultimate day of the Rio Games, officials said.
16 Sep 2016
In a statement issued in Abuja by the Cultural Consular, Islamic Republic of Iran Embassy, Saeed Omiri, Saudi government was blamed for non-participation of pilgrims from Iran in this year’s Hajj.
11 Sep 2016
A senior Iranian military commander on Sunday dismissed claims from Washington that US patrol ships have been harassed by Iranian boats in the Persian Gulf, saying Tehran acted according to international law.
9 Sep 2016
With Iranians barred from the annual hajj pilgrimage, thousands protested in Tehran on Friday and officials criticised Saudi Arabia's refusal to discuss last year's deadly stampede.
7 Sep 2016
A bitter war of words between Iran and Saudi Arabia intensified Wednesday ahead of the annual hajj pilgrimage from which Iranians have been excluded for the first time in decades.

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