Iran devalues official rial rate by more than half
TEHRAN (AFP) – Iran's central bank on Saturday drastically devalued the national currency's fixed subsidised rate against the dollar, as the Islamic republic struggles to shore up its faltering economy. The rial has lost more than two thirds of its ...
Iran central bank eliminates cheaper dollar rate: reports
Iran not after war with any nation, but maintaining military vigilance: Iran Cmdr.
Iran removes subsidized official rate for US dollar
Iran and a nuclear bomb: Jack Straw and Melanie Phillips
There was no evidence that Iran has been building a nuclear bomb, said a former British foreign secretary. Jack Straw said he was not naive about Iran, but things were looking "more hopeful" with the new president-elect Hassan Rouhani. He was debating ...
Iran to hold nationwide cyber maneuver
In late 2011, Iran launched a cyber defense headquarters tasked with preventing computer worms from breaking into or stealing data from the country's maximum-security networks, including nuclear facilities, power plants, data centers and banks.
Iran plans to stage cyber drills
Iran and China call for serious fight against cyber crimes.
He said the important security deal urged the cooperation between the police of the two countries, describing security in Iran, China and the region as highly significant. “Cooperation between the police of the two countries in the exchange of ...
China Vows Cooperation with Iran in Counterterrorism, Drug Control
CPC official vows cooperation with Iran on counterterrorism, drug control issues
What will Iran's new president do? His memoir offers some clues.
Published in Iran and available only in Persian, the book covers Rouhani's time as the country's chief negotiator on nuclear policy, from 2003 to 2005. The man who jumps out of these pages is an establishment figure with a deep commitment to the ...
Iran must attend Geneva 2 peace conference, Russia says
SYRIA: For Iran, Defeat Is Unacceptable
Rouhani Win Could Bring Dividends in Syria
Farming Got Hip In Iran Some 12000 Years Ago, Ancient Seeds Reveal
Archaeologists digging in the foothills of Iran's Zagros Mountains have discovered the remains of a Stone Age farming community. It turns out that people living there were growing plants like barley, peas and lentils as early as 12,000 years ago. The ...
Stone Age farming remains unearthed in Iran
Ancient farming tools found in Iran
Researchers study Ancient Farming in Iran
Iran's Ayatollahs Blame Morsi's 'Pro-Israeli, Pro-US' Stance For Egypt Crisis
"Islamic Awakening" was the Iranian establishment's term of choice for the popular uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa that began in late 2010. Tehran described the unrest as a sign of the defeat of U.S. influence and of people's desire to ...
Iran's Clerics See a Moral in Morsi's Fall
Iran Lawmaker: Morsi Failed to Gain Military Sway
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70m-yr-old fossil found in northeast Iran
An Iranian farmer has found a 70-million-year-old fossil in the city of Shirvan in the northeastern province of North Khorassan. Morteza Hemmati stumbled upon the Ammonite fossil while digging around his farm. The fossil, which weighs about fifteen ...
India exports to Iran increased by 40 percent in 2012
“India did not bend to America on Oil [sanctions] from Iran, if we can make some concessions yes,… we serve our own interest, our interest means that one refinery functions on Iran oil…, “ Mohan Guruswamy, an Indian political analyst said in an ...
CPC official calls for more Iran-China security cooperation
The Chinese minister, for his part, hailed the relations between Beijing and Tehran, describing Iran as a friendly country. He added that the very presence of Mohammad-Najjar in China is indicative of the significance of ties between the two countries.