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Iranian hybrid taxis join Senegal fleet

Iran has delivered as many as 30 hybrid vehicles to Senegal to be used in the country’s taxi fleet. The ceremony for handing over the taxicabs was held at the Blaise Diagne International Airport in western Senegal. It was joined by Senegal’s Minister of Air Transport and Development of Airport Infrastructures, Maimouna Ndoye Seck. The project for making the vehicles…

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Iran, Iraq, Syria bound by battlefield blood: Assad

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says cooperation among his country, Iran, and Iraq in anti-terror struggle has further strengthened their ties. “The relation, which gathers Syria with Iran and Iraq, is strong,” Assad said in the capital Damascus on Monday, the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported. He made the remarks during a meeting with the visiting Chairman of the…

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Rouhani: Iran to take legal action against US over sanctions

President Hassan Rouhani says the government will sue US officials behind draconian sanctions on the country in Iranian courts before taking the case to international courts of justice. In a speech broadcast live on Monday, Rouhani said he had ordered the ministries of foreign affairs and justice “to file a legal case in Iranian courts against those in America who…

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Iranian Researchers Produce 53,000 Papers Last Year

Iranian researcher and academicians had published 53,000 articles by 2018, which shows a 23 increase from 1997, Head of the Islamic World Science Citation Center (IWSCC) Mohhamad Javad Dehqani said, adding that his country is the world’s 16th science producer. Dehqani, in an interview on Sunday, referred to Iran’s rank in producing scientific articles in the world as 16, and…

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Iran not involved in Turkey operation against PKK: Informed source

An informed Iranian source denies Turkish interior minister’s comments that Tehran carried out a joint operation with Ankara against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group. An informed source at the Chiefs of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces told IRNA on Monday that Turkey’s army had launched an operation against the PKK in its eastern borders earlier in…

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Iran to start construction of new nuclear power plants

Iran will start construction of new nuclear power plants in summer, nuclear energy chief said on Monday. Iran will begin constructing the infrastructure of two new nuclear power plants within next two or three months, Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali-Akbar Salehi said. He rejected the alleged reports by the Zionist regime’s media about construction of…

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Iran’s main automakers producing over 4,000 cars per day

The daily production of Iran’s two main automakers has exceeded 4,000, according to Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade. Reza Rahmani made the remarks while addressing reporters on the sidelines of the last cabinet session on Monday before the end of the current Iranian calendar year. He said that the two giant Iranian automakers – Saipa and Iran Khodro –…

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Iran President’s visit to Iraq puzzles out knots: Zarif

President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Iraq solved many age-old problems, said Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif in Qom on Monday. ‘Dredging the Arvand Rud River, construction of Shalamcheh-Basra railway, and granting mutual no-fee visas were among the long-term issues that were dealt with during President Rouhani’s visit to Iraq,’ said Zarif who is in Qom to meet with the religious authorities.…

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Rezaei: Majority of Expediency Council members against joining FATF

In a Sunday tweet, Rezaei wrote that “under the current sanctions, the majority of the [Expediency Council] members do not agree on joining FATF.” Noting that two FATF-related bills, including the Palermo Bill (United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime), and CFT (Combating Financing of Terrorism), are still being scrutinized by the Council and await the watchdog’s approval, Rezaei highlighted…

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Conference on Terror Attack against Muslims in New Zealand Held in Iranian Capital

The conference titled “Terrorism: A Common Worry, A Study on the Dimensions of the Terrorist Incident against Muslims in New Zealand” was held on Monday in Tehran with a number of senior Iranian political and cultural figures and university professors in attendance. The conference was organized by Hamidreza Moqaddamfar, a prominent Iranian political figure. Secretary of the Supreme Council of…

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