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IUSCT votes against US in $37m case
Iran–United States Claims Tribunal (IUSCT) based in The Hague voted on Wednesday against the United States in a 37-million-dollar case brought by Iran.
Rouhani: US admits past mistakes but takes no ‘serious step’ to lift sanctions
President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday the new US administration has admitted that the pressure policy pursued by its predecessor against Iran was wrong, but it has so far failed to take “a serious step” to lift the sanctions Washington has imposed against the Islamic Republic.
Oil Ministry to conduct over 40 joint projects with universities
Iranian Oil Ministry plans to conduct 42 projects in collaboration with domestic universities, said the deputy oil minister for engineering, research and technology.
Iran hits back at US over Yemen war accusation
Zarif, Guterres stress end to Saudi aggression
Iran taps old oil customers as Tehran eyes lifting of sanctions
Iran is reaching out to old customers in Asia to gauge their interest in buying its oil as Tehran ramps up diplomacy to get US sanctions lifted.
One dead in rocket attack on Iraq base hosting foreign troops
At least 10 rockets slammed into a military base in western Iraq hosting US-led coalition troops on Wednesday, security sources said, leaving one civilian contractor dead.
Iran’s annual tire production to hit record high: Guild spokesman
Thanks to the tire production trend in the country during the current Iranian year (started March 20, 2020), it is hoped that a new record will be scored this year, according to the spokesman of the Iranian Tire Syndicate.
IRGC says terrorists attack engineers in SE Iran
Terrorists attacked the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Engineering Unit forces in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan, injuring one, said the IRGC.
ICC opens war crimes probe in Palestinian territories
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said on Wednesday she launched a formal probe into alleged crimes in the occupied Palestinian territories, a move strongly opposed by Israel.
Nine killed in Myanmar as police fire to break up protests
Myanmar security forces opened fire on protests against military rule on Wednesday killing nine people, witnesses and media reported, a day after neighboring countries called for restraint and offered to help Myanmar resolve the crisis.
Rail Expo 2021 opens in Tehran
The Eighth International Exhibition of Rail Transportation, Related Industries and Equipment (Rail Expo 2021) opened in Tehran on Wednesday.
Kuwait swears in new government amid dispute over reforms
Kuwait’s new cabinet was sworn in Wednesday, state-run media reported, weeks after the government quit amid a deepening deadlock with Parliament that has blocked badly needed reforms in the tiny oil-rich Persian Gulf Arab state.

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