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People in southeast Iran had know-how to make tools 5,000 years ago

TEHRAN – Archaeological evidence discovered from Qale-Rostam suggests that natives of the southeastern Iranian region had gained the know-how to make primitive tools and instruments some 5,000 years ago. “The results of previous...

Official: U.S. unhappy about growing Iran-Russia ties

TEHRAN — Ebrahim Rezaei, the chairman of the Iran-Russia parliamentary friendship group, said on Wednesday that the West, particularly the United States, is unhappy with the rising relationship between Iran and Russia. ...

Assad advisor: There is no Iranian military unit in Syria

TEHRAN — Syrian-Iranian connections are long-standing and historic, advisor to the Syrian president says, rejecting rumors that Iran has deployed military forces in Syria. Tehran stood on the side of the Syrian...

Amir Abdollahian: Raisi’s visit to Russia is a turning point in the policy of good neighborliness

TEHRAN — In an interview with Nour News, a media outlet close to the Supreme National Security Council, published on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian expressed his views on President Ebrahim Raisi’s visit to Moscow. ...

Amir Abdollahian, Lavrov hold talks ahead of Raisi visit to Moscow

TEHRAN — Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian held talks with his Russian counterpart on the phone ahead of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi’s visit to Moscow. In the telephone conversation, Russian Foreign...

Ambassador: Raisi plans to meet prominent Russian economists

TEHRAN — Kazem Jalali, the ambassador of Iran to Russia, has spoken about President Ebrahim Raisi's visit to Russia and his meeting with President Vladimir Putin. Raisi visited Moscow on Wednesday and held...

Raisi, Putin hold high profile meeting, vow to upgrade trade ties

TEHRAN — Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a high-profile meeting in the Kremlin on Wednesday. The meeting won attention by international media outlets and political leaders alike. ...

Kerman floods: historical sites affected

TEHRAN – Recent floods in Kerman have inflicted damage to some historical sites across the southern Iranian province. Local authorities have said the flooding has never brought and historical site down to earth but the extent of damage is...

Slow pace of Vienna talks is due to Western obstinacy

TEHRAN – After a two-day break, talks in Vienna resumed on Monday as negotiators returned from capitals with new instructions on how to continue the talks. Last week on Friday, the chief negotiators of the Islamic Republic of Iran...

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