Iran is to become self-sufficient in wheat production this year and there is no need to import the strategic produce, said an advisor to the minister of agriculture of Iran on Tuesday.
Iran not in need of wheat import
A strong storm hit Tehran Monday night, injuring 18 people and breaking branches of trees and electricity cables in the capital city.
Storm injures 18 people in Tehran
Iranian security forces have arrested 27 members of a terrorists group before they could carry out any acts of terror in the country.
Iran security forces arrest 27 terrorists: Intelligence Ministry
India’s Nayara Energy – one of the country’s biggest buyers of crude oil from Iran – has unveiled a plan for a major reduction in oil imports from Iran in the wake of returning US sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
India’s Nayara Energy to cut Iran oil imports
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi deplored Sunday’s comments by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who claimed he wants to save “countless Iranian lives”, saying the Israeli premier had better stop killing innocent Palestinians.
Qassemi: Netanyahu had better stop killing Palestinians instead of ‘saving Iranians’
Iran’s Supreme Court upheld the death sentence of eight Daesh terrorists who had a role in last year’s deadly attacks in Tehran, said the court’s deputy head Gholamreza Ansari on Monday, IRNA reported.
Court upholds death sentences for Daesh terrorists
The Iran women’s national 3x3 basketball team defeated Andorra7-21 at the 2018 Fédération Internationale de Basket-ball (FIBA) 3x3 World Cup in the Philippines on Monday.
Iran women’s national 3x3 basketball team shine in Philippines' World Cup
Based on MoU signed by Iran and China, both countries will use their national currencies in trade exchanges, Iran Economy Minister Masoud Karbasian said.
Iran, China to use national currencies for trade

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