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Tehran open to dialog with all neighbors: Zarif
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has reaffirmed Iran’s readiness for talks with all its neighbors amid tensions in the Persian Gulf region.
Tehran's Rudaki Hall hosts 5th Iran-Austria concert
The Rudaki Hall of Tehran hosts the fifth Iran-Austria concert. The two-hour program brought together musicians from many different genres for a joint performance. The concert was a joint performance by Farnad Orchestra, conducted by Arya Bastaninezhad, Ava String Orchestra, and the Farabi Grand Choir, led by Abdolreza Amirkhani.
Media: UK envoy trip based on protocol
Britain’s Ambassador to Iran Robert Macaire left Tehran for London a few days after his brief detention at the scene of an illegal protest rally in the Iranian capital city.
Official: 23m aquarium fish produced in Tehran since March
Over 23 million aquarium fish have been produced in the Iranian capital of Tehran since March 2019, said an official of Iran’s Agricultural Jihad Ministry.
Tehran hosts 5th national toys festival
This year’s toy festival with the theme of “practicing life”, is attended by 160 manufacturers and more than 60 designers, presenting some 2,000 domestically-produced toys.
Dushanbe looks for rising trade with Tehran: Ambassador
Tajikistan’s Ambassador to Iran Nizamuddin Zahedi said his country is looking for increasing trade with Iran to $1 billion.
Tehran’s new Moscow envoy: Iran, Russia must cooperate to counter US’ economic terrorism
Iran’s new ambassador to Russia has underscored the need for Tehran and Moscow to cooperate to counter the US’ “economic terrorism” as the two countries have be the target of Washington’s sanctions.
Smog forces schools to shut again in Tehran Province
Schools in the city of Tehran and the eastern part of Tehran Province will be closed for the next two days over rising levels of air pollution, Iranian authorities announced on Friday, following similar measures last week.
Tehran to host regional security dialogue tomorrow
The Secretariat of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) announced that it will host the second edition of an international meeting on regional security in Tehran tomorrow.
Air pollution forces Tehran schools, universities to close
A brownish-gray haze from heavy smog draped Iran’s capital on Sunday, shuttering schools and universities in Tehran and some other cities once again, state media reported, amid news of further air pollution to linger over the city.
Tehran backs Afghan-led peace process: FM
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif voiced Tehran’s support for “an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process”, saying a withdrawal of foreign forces from the war-weary nation could pave the way for the peace and reconciliation process.
Smog shuts schools, universities in Iran
Air pollution forced the closure of schools and universities in parts of Iran on Saturday, including Tehran, which was cloaked by a cloud of toxic smog.

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