Managing Director of the Islamic Republic News Agency Mohammad Khoddadi urged IRNA and Armenpress to compensate for information shortfalls.
Iran, Armenia should compensate for information shortfalls: IRNA CEO
Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani on Saturday condemned recent terrorist attacks in the neighboring country, Afghanistan.
Shamkhani condemns Afghanistan terrorist attacks
Russia: JCPOA vital for strategic stability
Poll: Two-thirds of Americans want to stay in Iran accord
EU: No alternative to Iran nuclear deal
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani nominated candidates for the two remaining cabinet posts to Parliament two months after all his proposed ministerial picks, except one, managed to win the vote of confidence from lawmakers.
Rouhani nominates candidates for remaining cabinet posts
Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz threw his country’s support behind the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, saying that Tehran should enjoy all benefits of the agreement.
Austria supports Iran nuclear agreement
The 21st ceremony on the National Exports Day, October 21, kicked off in the Iranian capital on Saturday.
Iran National Exports Day ceremony begins in Tehran
The Iranian military chief praised successful counter-terrorism operations during a visit to a frontline position near the Syrian city of Aleppo, saying the terrorists are taking their last breath in the country.
Iran military chief: Daesh taking last breath in Syria
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said return to a situation, which was before the signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is impossible, adding “There can be no talk on the renewal of the UN Security Council’s sanctions.”
Lavrov: Return to situation before JCPOA impossible
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) sharply denounced the US president’s hostile policies, vowing that the country will speed up its conventional missile program and regional role in response to enemy threats.
IRGC vows enhanced Iranian missile power in face of threats
The United States does not intend to disrupt European business deals with Iran, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told The Wall Street Journal in an interview published Friday.
Tillerson: European business deals with Iran are safe

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