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Drunk fleeing Azeri driver behind killing of Iranian national arrested in Baku
State Traffic Police Department of Baku in Azerbaijan Republic announced on Thursday that the drunk fleeing driver behind killing of Iranian national has been arrested.
Iranian student grabs silver in South Korean Olympiad
Iranian student Mobina Vatankhah received a silver medal in the 2nd Korea International Youth Olympiad, an education official said.
Iranian nationals kidnapped in Turkey released
Turkish officials announced the release of two Iranian nationals from the captivity of kidnappers in the city of Istanbul.
Riyadh to offer desirable services to Iranian pilgrims
Riyadh is ready to provide Iranian Hajj pilgrims with favorable services and solve any problem they may face, an official with Saudi Arabia Hajj Ministry told an Iranian delegation.
18,000 Iranian pilgrims in Saudi Arabia for Hajj rituals
Head of Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization Hamid Mohammadi said on Tuesday that some 18,000 Iranian pilgrims out of the total number of 86,500 have so far arrived in Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj rituals.
Iranian refugee dies at notorious Australian camp
UN warns of worsening crisis at refugee camp
Ten-member Iranian consular delegation arrives in Medina
A ten-member delegation from Iran's foreign ministry arrived in Medina on Thursday morning to prepare grounds for this year Hajj ritual ceremony.
Iranian, European universities ink MoU on higher education
Twenty Iranian and 22 European universities have signed agreements to continue cooperation in the area of higher education, an Iranian deputy minister of science, research and technology says.
Iranian math genius Mirzakhani impact will live on
Stanford mathematics Professor Maryam Mirzakhani, the first and to-date only female winner of the Fields Medal since its inception in 1936, died on July 14.
Iranian researchers produce non-toxic rodenticide
Iranian researchers managed to produce a non-toxic rodenticide using nanotechnology.
Iranian stalagmites suggest Middle East unlikely  to get reprieve from drought
New analysis of Iranian stalagmites have offered a detailed history of water resources in the region.

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