A member of the Iranian Parliament rejected reports suggesting that Russia is taking over in Chabahar, a strategic port in southeast Iran, to replace India after it reportedly withdrew from development plans for the region.
Iran’s ambassador to London dismissed Britain's travel warning for dual UK-Iranian nationals, saying all citizens are safe during their visit provided that they do not work for foreign intelligence agencies.
Iran’s ambassador to the UK Hamid Baeidinejad said that Ofcom (Office of Communications, UK media regulatory body) has rejected justifications by “Iran International” TV for conducting an interview with a spokesman of an anti-Iran terrorist group.
China has rejected as “slander” the US criticism of Beijing-organized visits by foreign diplomats and journalists to the restive western region of Xinjiang, where the Chinese government stands accused of involvement in a crackdown campaign against Muslim minorities.
Tehran dismisses the Iran section of the US administration's annual "human rights" report as untrue and politically motivated, saying Washington has turned into the "biggest violator" of the Iranian people's human rights by slapping the nation with unlawful economic sanctions.
Malaysia’s attorney-general on Thursday rejected Vietnam’s request to free a woman accused of the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader, and a court set April 1 for her trial to resume.
Britain will probably have to delay its departure from the European Union if lawmakers reject the government’s proposed divorce deal in a vote next week, finance minister Philip Hammond said on Thursday.
The United Nations (UN)’s Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has rejected an aid request by Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “interim president” Juan Guaido, stressing that the body only cooperates with the country’s recognized government led by President Nicolas Maduro.