The Iranian Judiciary has issued a ruling demanding that the US government pay around 245 million dollars in damage to a number of victims of chemical attacks carried out by Saddam Hussein’s troops during the 1980 to 1988 imposed war on Iran.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif reiterated that a foreign policy priority in the new government was to continue compliance with the nuclear deal (JCPOA) and stop the US from planning to declare Iran as the violator of the deal.
As reported by Washington Post, according to international inspectors and the U.S. intelligence community, Iran has largely abided by the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal, which greatly reduced its stockpile of enriched unranium and placed strict limits on its nuclear
President Hassan Rouhani's new ministers have won the Iranian parliament's vote of confidence, except the pick for the energy portfolio who had already served in the post under a reformist administration.
The Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHTO) has started the project of installing ‘plaques’ on the houses of famous Iranian people and artists. The houses of 11 celebrities have so far
25 tour operators from 14 countries, including Spain, France, Portugal, Singapore, Belarus, Serbia, Armenia, Brazil, Germany, and South Africa, invited by the private sector in Iran arrived in the country on July 21st .
In a telephone conversation with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed energy projects and the situation in Syria, the Kremlin said in a statement on Monday.
Persia Digest- Following the implementation of the JCPOA, the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1, and the resulting easing of anti-Iran sanctions, the country's oil industry was revived and injected some fresh air.
A senior official in Iran’s Health Ministry says 70% of the country’s population is formed by members of the age group ranging from 16 to 64 years old. The director of the ministry’s Office for the Health of the Population, Family and Schools noted that this opportunity, indicating population productivity, must be employed for sustainable development and childbearing programs.
Managing director of Iran’s Organ Donation Association says an annual 2,500 kidney transplants are undertaken in the country.
“Currently, a large number of patients across the Middle East succumb to their health conditions as organ donations from brain-dead patients has been branded forbidden by their religious leaders. But thanks to a 1990 Fatwa by Imam Khomeini, allowing such transplants, Iran has witnessed a significant development, with many Iranian patients being saved every year,” Katayoun Najafzadeh said.