With Iranian-Americans abroad unable to send money directly to Iran to aid those affected by this week's powerful earthquake that killed over 430 people, criticism of US sanctions on Iran flared up anew on Thursday.
Iran said France and other Western nations need to adopt a “realistic” approach that helps soothe tensions in the region instead of taking “biased” stances that endanger peace and stability in the Middle East,
Iran's ambassador to Britain said an outstanding debt owed by the UK to Tehran will be transferred to the Central Bank of Iran soon, in what will mark an end to the decades-long legal dispute between the two sides.
Members of the Iran men’s national freestyle and Greco-Roman teams have rushed to aid the victims of the recent earthquake in the western part of the country, which has left at least 500 people dead, hundreds of people dead and dozens of villages destroyed.
An official from the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center says under the terms of the Paris Agreement, Iran pledges to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 4 percent and as much as 12 percent by 2030.