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Iran to export electricity to Russia via Azerbaijan, Armenia: Minister
Separate negotiations have started with Armenia and Azerbaijan on export of electricity to Russia, said Iran's minister of energy.
Jizan targeted with Yemeni missile
Yemeni Army’s missile unit and popular committees hit the Saudi Arabian industrial city of Jizan in southwest of the country Wednesday night.
Tokyo underlined importance of Iran ties in its talks with US – official
Japan’s Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso said Tokyo has underlined the importance of its mutual ties and oil trade with Tehran during its talks with the US.
South Korea in talks with US for Iran oil waivers
China, India, Turkey willing to keep importing Iran oil
Iran unveils new generation of missiles
Iran unveiled a new generation of precision-guided missiles capable of striking ground and seaborne targets in surgical operations.
Abadi: Iraq opposes US sanctions on Iran but will abide by them
Iraq does not agree with US sanctions against Iran but will abide by them to protect its own interests, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Tuesday.
Terrorist group disbanded in NW Iran
A terrorist team attempting to infiltrate into Iran via northwestern border was dismantled, said Islamic Revolution Guards Corps on Saturday.
Zarif: Iran won’t change regional policies under US threats
Iran will not change its policies in the Middle East despite mounting US pressure, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said.
India’s 72nd Independence Day celebrated in Tehran
Indian ambassador: Iran will undoubtedly ‘come out of this difficult situation’
By Farzam Vanaki
Iran, North Korea seek closer ties amid US bans
On an official visit to Tehran, North Korea’s foreign minister highlights his country’s cordial and old-age relations with Iran, expressing satisfaction with growing bilateral relations amid US economic pressure on both states.
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