First commercial flight between Egypt and Iran for 34 years
CAIRO (Reuters) - The first commercial flight between Egypt and Iran in 34 years took off on Saturday, the latest step towards normalizing ties broken following the 1979 Iranian Islamic revolution. Egypt and Iran agreed to resume direct flights in ...
Passenger jet leaves Egypt for Iran in first direct flight between the ...
Egypt-Iran passenger flights resume after 30 years
Egypt and Iran resume direct flights for first time in 34 years
Policy Implications of Iran's Fall From Favor in Arab and Muslim Public Opinion
Once viewed positively by sizable majorities in almost every country across the region, Iran has experienced a precipitous decline in its favorable ratings. The change, it appears from my findings, is largely due to concerns with Iran's policies in ...
Luhm: Iran's Haddadi worries about basketball, not politics
Salt Lake Tribune
Haddadi was born almost 28 years ago in Ahvaz, Iran, a city with a population of 1.4 million that has an average high temperature in July of 115 degrees. No wonder he likes Phoenix. Haddadi didn't play basketball until he was "14 or 15," concentrating ...
Iran's roads, urban development minister to run for president
Head of the State Inspectorate Organization of Iran, Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi, senior member of Iran Expediency Council, Hassan Rohani, First Vice Speaker of the Majlis Mohammad Reza Bahonar, Expediency Council Secretary Mohsen Rezaei, former ...
Iran's diplomacy of denials
Given its many political and security faux pas in the past, it seems that Tehran has now stopped verifying the news reports. Previously, Iran denied that it trained extremists to carry out terrorist operations against Israeli, Arab and American targets ...
Seek concessions in talks with Iran
Iran, N. Korea, Syria block arms trade treaty
Channel News Asia
UNITED NATIONS: Iran, North Korea and Syria on Thursday held up agreement on the first global treaty on the $80 billion a year conventional arms trade. The three states twice blocked moves to adopt a treaty by consensus at the end of 10 days of arduous ...
UN Treaty to Control Arms Sales Hits Snag
Iran, North Korea, Syria block UN arms trade treaty
Iran, N Korea and Syria block UN arms treaty
West fears reflection of realities by Iran's media: Mehmanparast
Western countries have imposed sanctions on Iranian satellite channels because they just claim to defend democracy and freedom of speech, the Iranian spokesperson stated, adding that the West is afraid of the role of Iran in reflecting realities.
Iraq to up searches of Iran overflights to Syria
A Syrian boy reacts as he receives an injection for the “Aleppo button” at a clinic in Aleppo. The latest affliction to hit weary residents of Aleppo is written on their faces. Some call it the “Aleppo button”, a welt caused by leishmaniasis, an ...
National Security Brief: Report Says Iran 'Reaps The Gains' From Iraq War
Iran backs Iraq's counter-terrorism works
Iran Condemns Terrorist Attacks on Iraq
Fars News Agency
Gold exports from Turkey to Iran resume
ISTANBUL - Turkey exported almost $120 million worth of gold to Iran in February, data showed, suggesting the two countries' trade of gold for natural gas has resumed despite tighter US sanctions, though at levels below last year's peaks. US officials ...
Iran's FM Optimistic about Upcoming Talks between Tehran, G5+1
Negotiations between Iran and P5+1 making progress: Iran FM
Iran says hopeful of momentum in nuclear talks
Iran support for Syria aims to uphold anti-Israel resistance: Lawmaker
“Iran support for Syria has maintained the line of [anti-Israel] resistance intact and [prevented] the resistance front from being undermined,” Mohammad-Saleh Jokar, a member of Iran Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, said on Saturday.
Israeli apology not linked to Syria crisis, Iran