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Iran ready for talks with Arab countries

Iran ready for talks with Arab countries

In the past few days, Iranian officials have given a new green light to Arab countries for talks. As reported by Persia Digest, despite criticizing Saudi Arabia’s ties with the US and Zionist regimes, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, at a meeting with visiting dignitaries for the 13th Organization of Islamic Cooperation Conference, emphasized: “We believe that Islamic unity holds a sensitive position in the world with many followers and capabilities. It can lead to the formation of a great, influential power. We have even told those who behave with animosity towards us that we are ready to respond in a brotherly manner, even if this is not their approach.”  

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Zarif reaction to recent protests in Iran

Zarif reaction to recent protests in Iran

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has reacted to the recent protests in Iran. He tweeted: “Iran’s security and stability depend on its own people, who – unlike the peoples of Trump’s regional “bffs” have the right to vote and to protest. These hard-earned rights will be protected, and infiltrators will not be allowed to sabotage them through violence and destruction.”

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FM Zarif reaction to Nikki Haley

FM Zarif reaction to Nikki Haley

The Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, has reacted to Nikki Haley’s claims that the missile fired at Riyadh by the Houthis from Yemen was made in Iran, and stated: “The US puts a piece of Iron on display and makes obscure charges against Iran to cover up its war crimes in the region.”  

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Two ways to improve ties with Saudi Arabia

Two ways to improve ties with Saudi Arabia

 Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, presenting the budget for 2018 at the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Parliament), spoke about the situation in the region and the 2015 JCPOA Iran nuclear deal. He also mentioned two ways of improving relations with Saudi Arabia.

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Yemen crisis becomes more complicated

Yemen crisis becomes more complicated

With the death of Ali Abdullah Saleh, former Yemeni President, the country is further submerged into its complicated faith. With the sudden U-turn by Saleh a few days ago breaking his alliance with the Houthis, previously in a coalition with the Houthi forces (Ansarllah) against Saudi Arabia and its allies, war broke out between his loyal forces and Ansarullah forces in Sana. Later, Saleh announced on TV that if Saudi coalition strikes on the Yemen were to end, he would start a new page in their relations.  

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Hariri: Seeking best ties with Iran

Hariri: Seeking best ties with Iran

In an interview with Paris Match, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad El-Din Rafik Al-Hariri has said: “Lebanon is seeking to have the best ties with Iran, especially in the economic domain. But, this must be based on the mutual interests of both countries.”  

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Iran valuable win over Saudi football

Iran valuable win over Saudi football

The efforts of the Iranian Football Federation have finally yielded results and the Asian Football Confederation games committee (AFC) voted in favor of Iran hosting the games with the Saudis and the UAE.  

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Comparing women's freedoms in Iran and Saudi Arabia

Comparing women's freedoms in Iran and Saudi Arabia

The Persian service of Sputnik news website has compared the freedoms of women in Iran and Saudi Arabia in a report. This Russian news agency has written: “Over the past few months, news of unattainable freedoms granted to Saudi women has gone viral on social networks.”  

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Saffron Museum opens in Torbat Heydarieh

Saffron Museum opens in Torbat Heydarieh

The head of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Dept of Torbat Heidarieh said: “The Saffron Museum aims to introduce domestic and foreign tourists to various stages of saffron preparation.”  

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Iranians turned tourist

Iranians turned tourist

Based on the latest statistics provided by the Tourism Organization of Iran the number of Iranian tourists traveling abroad rose to nine million 196 thousand and 140 last year. This figure was three million 474 thousand and 692 people in the first five months of this year,  

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