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Iran's Rouhani calls US blacklisting of Revolutionary Guards a "mistake"

In a show of support, Iranian lawmakers wore Guards' uniforms to parliament on Tuesday, chanting "Death to America” as Iran marked the annual National Day of the Revolutionary Guards, the semi-official Fars news agency reported.

Donald Trump designates Iran's Revolutionary Guards as terrorist organisation

Iran has warned it will take reciprocal action against Washington for its move against the Guards, the country's most powerful security organization. It is the first time the United States has formally labelled another country's military as a terrorist group.


US aims to cut Iran oil exports to under one million bpd from May: report

The United States will likely renew waivers to sanctions for most countries buying Iranian crude, including the biggest buyers China and India, in exchange for pledges to cut combined imports to below 1 million bpd.

Iran's Hassan Rouhani begins official visit to Iraq, hopes for better trade ties

The visit is a strong message to the United States and its regional allies that Iran still dominates Baghdad, a key arena for rising tension between Washington and Tehran.

She defended Iranian women who removed their head coverings. Now she is a convict.

Nasrin Sotoudeh, 55, who has been in and out of Iranian prisons several times, is an international symbol of defiance to the limits on personal and political freedoms imposed by the Islamic Republic’s religious hierarchy.

Iran's Rouhani accuses US of trying to change clerical establishment

"Iran is in economic and psychological war with America and its allies. Their aim is to change the regime but their wish will not come true," Rouhani said in a speech in the northern province of Gilan.


Israel, Russia to cooperate on foreign troop exit from Syria: Benjamin Netanyahu

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, in an interview with Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) published on Sunday, said the situation in Syria had visibly stabilised after operations by Syrian government forces with Russian aerial support.

Afghanistan launches new export route to India through Iran

Officials said 23 trucks carrying 57 tonnes of dried fruits, textiles, carpets and mineral products were dispatched from western Afghan city of Zaranj to Iran's Chabahar port. The consignment will be shipped to the Indian city of Mumbai.

Pulwama attack: Like Iran, why India must be wary of Pak-aided US-Taliban talks

Pulwama attack: The Indian security establishment believes the JuA is actually a front of the Lashkar-e-Taiba. and that both, LeT and JeM, are working with and learning from the Taliban, and the Haqqani network in Afghanistan.

Why Iran seeks 'revenge' on Pakistan

The suicide bombing that took place in Iran on Wednesday was similar to the one that happened in Pulwama on Thursday.

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India show fight before 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Iran

India defended well in the first half before they let in quick goals in the early stages of the second half.

Iran's date with Laughter Yoga

The Laughter Yoga course in Tehran helps people from various age groups and social backgrounds to have fun and take a break from stressful daily lives.