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Gharibabadi: Iran won’t let West’s ‘false, hostile’ narrative prevail
PRESS TV – Iran’s top human rights official said the Islamic Republic will not allow the “false and hostile" narrative of the United States and Western governments regarding the recent riots in the country to divert the attention of other countries.
Tensions increasing between Tehran and West
Seyyed Ali Mousavi Khalkhali
West yet to make up its mind on Iran's military might
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Wednesday hailed Iranian scientists’ achievements in different areas over the past decades in the country.
Leader raps West’s double standards in sports
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei slammed the West for its double standards in politicization of sports, months after Russia was expelled from major sports events over the war in Ukraine.
West should keep silent on human rights: Analyst
An Iranian political commentator lashed out at the United States and certain European countries over their criticism of the human rights situation in Iran, saying the West should not preach others on the matter as they are encouraging violence against the Iranian government and nation through various methods, and continue to impose sanctions against the country.
Putin sets partial military call-up, accuses West of ‘nuclear blackmail’
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilization of reservists in Russia on Wednesday.
Cutting reliance on West
Ja’afar Qannadbashi
AEOI chief: West seeks to prevent Iran from nuclear fuel production
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said the West has always sought to prevent the Islamic Republic from reaching the pinnacle of science and has left no stone unturned to stop the country from turning into a producer of nuclear fuel.
Iran speaker urges West to adhere to JCPOA, stop bullying
The Iranian Parliament speaker urged Western countries to stick to their commitments under a 2015 nuclear agreement, warning them of any attempt to re-violate the deal through “bullying policies”.
West wanted Russia to eventually become strategically irrelevant
IRAN DAILY: The Russia-Ukraine war has already demonstrated its potential to radically change many taken-for-granted international norms and dynamics, even paving the ground for alternative forms of the world order to emerge. The global media, however, is saturated with analysis from Western vantage points, resulting in a serious lack of authentic Russian analysis of the issue that would elaborate on both the causes and the unfolding of the event from Russia's vantage point.

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