A senior Iranian lawmaker warned Saudi Arabia of the dire consequences of a possible ground invasion of Yemen.
MP: Yemen to become cemetery for invaders
American author Stephen Lendman believes that what will happen after a framework agreement reached between Iran and the P5+1 group is up to the United States.
The ball is in America’s court about Iran nuclear deal: Stephen Lendman
A senior lawmaker said the final nuclear deal to be reached with the P5+1 group of world powers will be an international agreement and its observance is mandatory.
MP: Final nuclear deal  an int’l, mandatory agreement
In recent years, sanctions imposed on Iran over its nuclear energy program adversely affected all sectors and tourism was no exception.
Soltanifar: Lifting of sanctions to boost  tourism revenues, investment
Press TV has conducted an interview with Ali al-Ahmed, the director of the IGA from Washington, to discuss the Saudi invasion of Yemen.
Ali al-Ahmed: Riyadh seeks to destroy Yemeni drive for independence from Saudi hegemony
Press TV has conducted an interview with Michal Lane, expert at the American Institute for Foreign Policy from Washington, and Mohammad Marandi, professor at the University of Tehran, to discuss the New Year address by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on the ongoing nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1.
US has to accept Iran nuclear rights
The outcomes of nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1, including talks about the positive trend and both sides' satisfaction, are all promising signs of an imminent agreement.
MP: Nuclear talks herald imminent agreement
President Hassan Rouhani assumed office in August 2013 when the national economy was reeling in massive upheavals. Amidst widespread unemployment and sluggish markets, galloping inflation and negative economic growth had plagued the national economy.
Minister expounds on 'economic miracle'
Since the Iranian legislature has required that the government discontinue monthly cash subsidies to the affluent, the administration might have to check the bank accounts to identify the rich whose allowances must be eliminated.
Cash subsidies for affluent questionable
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that Tehran has no intention of building a nuclear weapon, the world has recognized that, and that a nuclear deal is now very close at hand.
Nuclear deal very close at hand: Zarif

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