Tehran rejected a United Nations human rights resolution against Iran as a "politically motivated" instance of hypocrisy and "abuse" of UN mechanisms by Western governments targeting independent states.
Tehran rejects Canada-drafted human rights resolution against Iran
The chief commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Iran’s elite defense force, says the country’s defensive might can neither be negotiated nor deterred.
Iran defensive power non-negotiable, unstoppable: IRGC
The Pakistani government on Wednesday said it is considering buying tomatoes from Iran after its supply was partially hit by the lack of imports from India and the price of the fruit skyrocketed between 180 rupees ($1.15) and 300 rupees ($1.92) per kilogram in several parts of the country, according to media reports.
Pakistan mulling buying tomatoes from Iran as price skyrockets
Exports by 10 major Iranian steel producers increased by eight percent to reach 4,049,874 tons during March 21-October 22, 2019.
Seven-month steel exports by major Iranian producers up 8%
Europe’s threat to trigger a mechanism that could re-impose sanctions on Iran, marks a diplomatic failure to save the country’s 2015 multinational nuclear deal with world powers, according to Reuters quoting unnamed European diplomats.
European threat spells ‘breakdown of diplomacy’ on Iran nuclear deal
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Gholamhossein Dehqani rapped the UN Security Council for adopting a double-standard approach toward different regional and international issues.
Iran blasts UNSC over double-standard approaches
A recent report on the first phase of the project titled, ‘Improve Agriculture Monitoring Systems through Satellite Imagery for Iran,’ funded by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), reveals how the introduction of high-resolution satellite imagery enabled the country to gather near-real time crop and field information.
Iran, FAO cooperating to improve agricultural monitoring systems

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