The flood-damaged ruins of Iran
The Deputy of Iran’s Cultural Heritage Organization has said: “Flash floods have damaged 730 historic monuments in 25 provinces and 300BN tomans (over USD23MM) is required for their restoration.”
Tehran applaudes Luxembourg rejection to seize Iran assets
Iran has hailed a Luxembourg court’s decision to reject the US government’s request to seize Iranian assets over 9/11 attacks, saying the Trump administration cannot “steal” the Iranian nation’s money by fabricating lies.
Luxembourg court rejects US request to seize Iranian assets
A Luxembourg court has rejected a US request to compensate victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks by seizing Iranian assets, seven years after a New York court claimed there was evidence of Iran’s involvement in the incident, reports Press TV.
Theater troupes to leave for flooded regions in Iran
The CEO of the Performing Arts in Iran has announced that traveling theater troupes will soon leave for flood damaged areas to help cheer up the residents, especially the children, who have been caught up in the disaster.
Iran expects to receive war compensation from Iraq
The Head of Islamic Consultative Assembly Commission on Foreign Policy and National Security of Iran has stressed that receiving war compensation is an irrefutable commitment of Iraq towards Iran, saying: “Iraq is capable of paying war damages to Iran and we expect this to be implemented.”
Iran: The US must pay USD 110BN in damages to Iran
The legal assistant to the Iranian President announced: “Real and legal personalities in the private sector who have suffered damages through US actions over the past decades have filed complaints in Iranian courts and rulings have been issued in their favor. The volume of damages incurred by these entities to date amount to over USD 110BN. Obviously, damages inflicted by the United States add up to a much larger figure.”