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No radioactive contamination caused by incident at Natanz nuclear site: AEOI
The spokesman for Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has said the incident in Natanz nuclear facility caused no radiation leak as was claimed by certain opposition media and it did not affect the site’s normal enrichment activities.
Rouhani urges need to implement ‘new restrictions’ to control COVID-19 outbreak
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has stressed the need to enforce further restrictions in cities recognized as “red zones based on precise and completely smart estimates” to control the mounting number of COVID-19 infection.
Iran’s president launches four new energy, water projects
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has simultaneously inaugurated projects of four water and electricity projects on July 2 via a videoconference.
COVID-19 kills more than 11,000 in Iran
Coronavirus disease killed 148 Iranians in the past 24 hours bringing the total death toll of the fatal disease to 11,106, Iran's Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari said on Thursday.
Incident at Iran’s Natanz outdoor nuclear facility, no damage to main site
An incident occurred at one of the under-construction sheds in Natanz nuclear facility in central Iran on Thursday morning causing no casualties or damage to the main site, said spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi.
Iran criticizes long history of US crimes in Persian Gulf region
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has censured the long history of US crimes in the Persian Gulf region on the anniversary of shooting down of an Iranian passenger plane by the US Navy in 1988 which killed all 290 people on board, including 66 children.
Iran continues boosting defense power due to US stay in region, threats of military option
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has said as long as the US officials speak of military option against Iran and postpone their withdrawal from the region, Iran will spare no legitimate effort to strengthen its defense infrastructure relying on domestic capabilities.
Leader urges probe into deadly blast at a Tehran clinic
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei ordered related bodies to investigate into the deadly explosion at a medical center in northern Tehran stressing the need for preventing the repetition of similar incidents in the future.
Iran resumes gas exports to Turkey after pipeline fixed
The Iranian Oil Ministry said it has resumed exports of natural gas to Turkey despite reports in the media suggesting that exports could stop for good because of price disputes.
Iran’s stock market sets new record
The Iranian stock market on Wednesday, rising nearly 53,000 points, broke the threshold level of 1.6 million points.
Iran lowers import tariffs for rice as prices soar
The Iranian government ordered a substantial reduction in tariffs imposed on imports of rice amid price hikes in the local market that came following a decision earlier this month to stop subsidizing rice imports.
Six solar plants to open as Iran expands renewable portfolio
Six new solar plants will come online in Fars Province in southern Iran on Thursday, marking another watershed in the country’s path to a decarbonized energy system and expanding its renewable portfolio.
Health Ministry announces restrictions on businesses in ‘red’ provinces
A Health Ministry official announced the imposition of restrictions on businesses in the provinces classified as “red” in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus in the country.
Iran, Russia, Turkey urge political solution to Syria conflict
President Hassan Rouhani said there is "no military solution" to Syria on Wednesday during a videoconference with his Russian and Turkish counterparts Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the war-torn country.
Rouhani: US slumped to another political defeat at UNSC meeting
Iran vows ‘decisive response’ if JCPOA undermined politically

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