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Iran Awaits US Response to Nuclear Talks ‘Solutions’ Submitted to Mora

Iran Awaits US Response to Nuclear Talks ‘Solutions’ Submitted to Mora

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said diplomatic efforts to revive the nuclear agreement have “taken steps forward” when compared to the stalemate before Enrique Mora, the European Union’s nuclear talks coordinator, visited Tehran last week. Mora had held two days of discussion

Tehran Criticizes Washington's Support for Peaceful Assembly of Iranians

Tehran Criticizes Washington's Support for Peaceful Assembly of Iranians

Protests against deteriorating living conditions continued in several Iranian provinces, while Tehran protested the support of the US State Department's spokesman for the right to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression in Iran. US State Department Spokesperson Ned Price said in a tweet on Su

Schools, Offices Close in Tehran as Sandstorm Hits Iran

Schools and government offices closed in the Iranian capital on Tuesday and elsewhere in the country after yet another sandstorm blanketed Tehran, state TV reported. The report said the air quality was very poor and that the pollution from the dust was high.

Iran: One Killed in Unrest Over Food Price Hikes

Iran: One Killed in Unrest Over Food Price Hikes

An Iranian lawmaker said Saturday that one person was killed in the city of Dezful during recent unrest over price increases in the southwestern Khuzestan province, semi-official ILNA news agency reported Saturday. Ahmad Avaei, a member of parliament from Dezful did not give the name or gender of

US: Reviving Iran Deal 'Far From Certain' Despite EU Mission

US: Reviving Iran Deal 'Far From Certain' Despite EU Mission

The United States said Friday it remained uncertain if a nuclear deal with Iran can be revived after the European Union gave an upbeat assessment of a trip to Tehran. A State Department spokesperson voiced appreciation for envoy Enrique Mora's visit but added: "That said, at this point a deal rem

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