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Zarif signs memorial book at Lebanese embassy in Tehran
Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif attended the Lebanese embassy in Tehran on Sunday signing a memorial book for the victims of Beirut’s tragic explosion.
World’s best art is helping celebrate Met’s 150th birthday
In these times, any institution celebrating its 150th anniversary is a reason to rejoice. And for visitors to the Big Apple, as well as its native sons and daughters, the best of art is its own Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Tribeca Film Festival moves to early June slot for 2021
Next year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the 20th anniversary edition, is set for June 9-20 in New York City, moving the event to a slot almost two months later than usual.
Iran’s pact with China is bad news for the West
By Alam Saleh, Zakiyeh Yazdanshenas*
‘Simorgh: Thirty Interviews with Italian Iranologists’ published
The Iranian Cultural Chancellery in Italy published the first volume of the book ‘Simorgh: Thirty Interviews with Italian Iranologists,’ in collaboration with the Italian Institute for Middle and the Far East.
Security chief: Iran determined to boost strategic cooperation with East
The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) said the Islamic Republic is determined to boost strategic cooperation with Eastern countries and detach its economy from oil revenues.
President urges people to continue observing health protocols
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on people to continue observing the health protocols as new figures in recent days have shown a significant decrease in the number of deaths and infections across the country.
Joint chamber head: Iran after erasing trade deficit with Turkey
Iran is making effort to make up the four-month trade deficit with neighboring Turkey which was created as a result of the former’s lower exports due to the coronavirus spread across the globe, said the chairman of Iran-Turkey Joint Chamber of Commerce.
Official: Shalamcheh border crossing reopens for Iran-Iraq trade
Shalamcheh international border crossing, southwestern Iran, which was closed on Eid al-Adha (July 31), was reopened on Sunday, said the deputy head of Arvand Free Zone Organization for investment affairs.
Iran urges IAEA to probe ‘nontransparent’ Saudi nuclear program
Iran’s permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations called on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to investigate Saudi Arabia’s “secret” nuclear activities, warning that the international community will not tolerate any “deviation” from a peaceful nuclear program.
Iran produced over 91,000 tons of copper cathode in four months: Report
Iran produced 91,080 tons of copper cathode during the first four months of the current calendar year (March 20-July 21, 2020), which marks a one percent growth compared to the figure for the same period last year.
Iran to create tens of thousands of manufacturing jobs by March: Minister
Iran’s caretaker minister of industry, mine and trade said tens of thousands of new jobs are planned to be created in the country’s manufacturing sector by March 2021.
US responsible for crimes of Tondar terrorists in Iran: Envoy to UN
Political Desk
Iran's ambassador to the United Nations said Washington is responsible for terrorist crimes committed by a US-based anti-Tehran group, calling on the United Nations to compel the American administration to stop its support for the outfit, named Tondar (Thunder).

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