A former Israeli energy minister has been charged with “passing information” to Iran and engaging in acts of “espionage” against the Tel Aviv regime.
Ex-Israeli minister charged with ‘spying for Iran’
Lebanese Minister of Emigrants Talal Arsalan said on Monday that if resistance line extending from Tehran didn’t exist, regional situation would be worse than that of today.
Regional situation aggravated without Tehran-Damascus resistance pivot
Iran's foreign minister has decried Israel’s nukes as a real threat to the Middle East region and the rest of the world, calling for a new focus on the occupying regime’s nuclear arsenal.
Iran FM says Israel’s nukes real threat to Middle East, beyond
The Iranian nuclear chief says he will defend the country's national interests "in the best way" during the upcoming Oslo Forum.
Iran nuclear chief vows full protection of national interests at Oslo Forum
Preliminary agreements have been made to open an office in Saudi Arabia to solve potential problems facing Iranians during the Hajj pilgrimage, said the head of Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization on Monday.
Iran to open office in Saudi Arabia ahead of Hajj
The meeting in Geneva on Syria between Russia, Iran and Turkey which began on Monday is very important, said UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura.
De Mistura: Russia-Iran-Turkey meeting on Syria ‘very important’
A man convicted of killing three policemen during a violent protest in the capital in February was hanged at a correctional facility on Monday.
Iran executes man for killing cops during Pasdaran protest
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani plans to pay an official visit to Switzerland and Austria at the invitation of his counterparts, his office announced on Monday.
President Rouhani to visit Switzerland, Austria
Former chief of an Israeli spy service unit has said that the first cyber target in any future conflict with Iran should be its energy infrastructure.
Former Israeli spy chief: Iran’s energy sector, 'next 9/11 in cyber'

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