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People should not assume that 'this disease will be eliminated in 15 days or a month: we must therefore follow the instructions for a long time,' says Iran's President Hassan Rouhani
The decision to reopen 'low-risk' businesses draws criticism, but Iranian President Hassan Rouhani insists 'there is no other way'
Tehran says the Iranian-flagged Sabiti oil tanker was hit by two separate explosions off the Red Sea port of Jeddah
Speculation is rife over whether the leaders of the two arch-foes will meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York
Aside from a Filipino seafarer, the rest of the 23 detained crew of the oil tanker Stena Impero hail from India, Russia, and Latvia
(UPDATED) The Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs says one of the crew members of the British-flagged tanker Stena Impero is a Filipino citizen
It is the first US military engagement with Iran following a series of increasingly serious incidents
Foreign powers are watching the situation in the Middle East with growing concern as Tehran and Washington exchange warnings about an escalation in their conflict
Eleven are arrested in the crackdown on restaurants deemed by authorities to have allowed 'immoral acts' in their premises
A Russian foreign ministry statement says: 'The rest of the world perfectly understands that Washington's policy is becoming more and more aggressive and reckless'
(3rd UPDATE) 'The plane had 16 passengers, 14 of whom were the army crew and two were civilians; 15 were martyred," says an Army spokesman
The Taliban delegation discusses with Iran 'the post-occupation situation, restoration of peace and security in Afghanistan and the region'
Here's what we know about what was hit, how the world reacted, and what could happen next
HRW says the court's decision is 'just another stain on Iranian authorities' already dismal record on freedom of expression'
(UPDATED) US President Donald Trump eyes a broader 'deal' that will also limit Iran's ballistic missile program and support for militant groups across the Middle East
'No one can accept, or want, any harm to happen to Lebanon,' says Arab League chief Ahmed Abul Gheit after meeting with Lebanese President Michel Aoun
(3rd UPDATE) Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has been in Riyadh since issuing a statement on television there on November 4 that he was stepping down because he feared for his life
'We are ready to exchange experience with the moderate Arab countries and exchange intelligence information to face Iran,' said Israel General Gadi Eisenkot on Elaph, a Saudi-run news site.
The intelligence ministry says 41 suspects were arrested in Tehran in the northwestern provinces of Kermanshah and Kurdistan and in West Azerbaijan near the borders with Iraq and Turkey
Iran President Hassan Rouhani says those responsible for the explosion must be found and dealt with accordingly without any exceptions
Officials have yet to confirm if anyone had been killed but Tehran mayor Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf tells state television between 20 and 25 firefighters were thought to be inside when the building fell
Due to severe air pollution outdoor sports have been banned and all primary schools and nurseries closed in the Iranian capital
We are glad some European countries have taken positive measures to save the displaced immigrants and we hope that other EU countries would join this trend says Iran s President Hassan Rouhani
UPDATED The aim is to finalize a deal which would put a nuclear bomb beyond Iran s reach in return for lifting a web of biting international sanctions slapped on the Islamic republic
It is as if blood was prevented from flowing in our veins says Iranian President Hassan Rouhan of the economic sancitons on Iran
But today the scene has changed dramatically Controlling the media is no longer possible technically or geographically says Iran culture minister Ali Jannati The most important solution one can suggest is content production
Without mentioning by name the Charlie Hebdo magazine Iranian President Hassan Rouhani slams as reprehensible violence and terrorism which provoke Islamophobia
In combating the jihadist threat US Secretary of State John Kerry says there is a role for nearly every country to play including Iran
UPDATED In a deal reached July 18 the United States would release some 2 8 billion in frozen Iranian funds in return for Iran agreeing to continue its partial nuclear freeze
In its controversial ballistic program Iran says it has seen the safe return to Earth of two monkeys blasted into space in 2013
Iranian negotiators stop nuclear talks so they can consult with Tehran about sanctions thrown against companies reportedly helping Iran
Russia backed Iran saying it was not to blame for the failure to reach agreement
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