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Iran brought its simmering row with the United States over its proposed UN ambassador to United Nations headquarters but failed to make any headway.
TEHRAN Turkey will import more electricity from Iran because its hydro power capacity is low due to lack of rain, Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Taner Yildiz said.
Director-General of UNESCO Irina Georgieva Bokova has been invited to attend Persian cultural programs in the Iranian historical city of Isfahan, PressTV reported.
The Public Affairs Alliance of Iranian Americans today announced a change in its strategic direction that will allow the organization to focus on facilitating greater understanding between the peoples of the United States and Iran, while continuing to build an influential voice for the Iranian American community and facilitating the path of success ... (more)
Iranian officials shed light late Friday on a mystery surrounding a jet registered to Bank of Utah in Ogden that was spotted earlier in the week at Mehrabad Airport in Tehran.
ISLAMABAD: With Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's two high-profile foreign visits already scheduled in the coming weeks, broader contours are being drawn for his proposed visit to South Korea, the schedule for which is reported to be in the preparatory phase.
TEHRAN A French parliamentary delegation will travel to Tehran on Tuesday for a one-week visit, the Iranian Majlis speaker's advisor for international affairs told the Mehr News Agency on Monday.
In a speech marking Women's Day, Mr Rouhani criticised "those who consider women's presence society as a threat" and said Iran still had "a long way to go" to ensure gender equality.
The second part of Ron Ben-Yishai 's conversation with the four heads of Israeli Military Intelligence research and analysis division.
Iran has protested to the United Nations that Washington's refusal of a visa for one of its diplomats to head its U.N. mission in New York is a violation of international law.
Iran's decision to resist replacing Hamid Aboutalebi, as the Islamic Republic's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York, is only increasing frustrations both in Tehran and Washington.
MS. HARF: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the briefing. My tea is making another appearance today.
Armenia may now sign on to the Moscow-led Eurasian Union by the end of April, roughly a month before neighboring Georgia is slated to enter a free-trade and political pact with the European Union.