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Iran rights defender sentenced to 8 years jail, flogging

An Iranian court has sentenced leading human rights campaigner Narges Mohammadi to eight years in prison and over 70 lashes, her husband announced on Sunday, following her sudden arrest in November ...

Iranian human rights campaigner Narges Mohammadi

Loud blasts heard in Iran, cause unknown: Reports

Loud blasts were heard in several cities in western Iran early on Sunday, according to local news agencies and postings on social media, but the nature of the blasts was not immediately known.

Loud blasts heard in western Iran, cause unknown: Reports

China, Iran begin implementation of sweeping strategic agreement

China said Saturday it would begin implementing a strategic agreement with Iran, strengthening economic and political cooperation between the two countries as Beijing blasted Washington's sanctions ...

China, Iran begin implementation of sweeping strategic agreement

Iran says only 12 Asiatic cheetahs left in the country

Iran is now home to only a dozen Asiatic cheetahs, the deputy environment minister said Sunday, describing the situation for the endangered species as "extremely critical".

Iran says only 12 Asiatic cheetahs left in the country

Taliban foreign minister in first trip to Iran

The Taliban's foreign minister visited Iran on Saturday to discuss Afghan refugees and a growing economic crisis, in the first such trip to the neighbouring country since the hardline Islamists ...

Taliban foreign minister in first trip to Iran

Iran rescues 11 Indian sailors after vessel sinks: Media

Iranian coastguards rescued 11 Indian sailors whose vessel, en route to Oman, sank due to bad weather conditions, state media reported on Wednesday.

Iran rescues 11 Indian sailors after vessel sinks: Media

Guards say 9 killed in shootout in Iran's southeast

Iran's Revolutionary Guards said they killed six "armed bandits" in a shootout in the country's southeast that also left three of its members dead

A member of Iranian Revolutionary guerd in Iran border town of Taftan on 29 February, 2020

'Difficult' Iran nuclear talks resume: EU diplomat

Negotiators trying to save the landmark Iran nuclear deal resumed discussions on Monday with the EU chair warning of "difficult" work ahead.

'Difficult' Iran nuclear talks resume: EU diplomat

Release of Ananta Jalil's 'Din - The Day' postponed

Actor Ananta Jalil's big-budget film 'Din - The Day' was scheduled to be released on 24 December; however, the movie did not hit theatres on time.

Release of Ananta Jalil's 'Din - The Day' postponed

UN calls on US, Iran to return to terms of nuclear deal

The UN Tuesday urged Washington to lift sanctions on Tehran in line with the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, while calling on the Islamic republic to return to commitments to limit its nuclear program.

UN calls on US, Iran to return to terms of nuclear deal
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