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IAEA not authorized to inspect Iran’s military sites: Russia
A senior Russian diplomat has criticized certain countries’ calls for the expansion of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s inspections to include Iranian military sites, saying the IAEA has no authority to carry out such inspection.
Ryabkov: IAEA not authorized to inspect Iran’s military facilities
Russia says that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is not authorized to carry out inspections on Iranian military facilities.
Russia: US has wiped Raqqa off the face of earth
Russia on Sunday accused the US-led coalition in Syria of having flattened Raqqa with a Dresden-like bombing campaign and masking the destruction with a rush of humanitarian aid.
Araqchi: JCPOA enjoys global support
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Seyyed Abbas Araqchi while noting that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has gained international approval, said Moscow Nonproliferation Conference was another testament to it.
Kremlin says Putin, Erdogan discuss Syria in phone call
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have held a ‘constructive’ phone conversation regarding issues to be raised during the upcoming Astana meeting on the Syrian conflict, the Kremlin said.
Araqchi: Trump’s anti-JCPOA stance, blatant violation of its terms
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said that US lack of commitment to JCPOA is the most flagrant violation of the deal and Trump’s anti-JCPOA remarks have cast a shadow of uncertainty over the agreement.
Russian economy expands 2.2% in Q3
Russia's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 2.2 percent year on year in the third quarter of 2017, Economic Development Minister Maxim Oreshkin said.
Iranian flotilla docks in Russia
An Iranian flotilla docked in Makhachkala, Dagestan Republic and Caspian coast of Russia.
Russia tells US to remove nuclear weapons from Europe
Russia tells US to remove nuclear weapons from Europe
Kremlin accuses Washington of pushing for Russia's Olympics exclusion
Russia has accused the United States of exerting pressure on Olympics officials to exclude the country from the international sporting event.
Putin says West has betrayed Russia’s trust
Russian President Vladimir Putin has directed scathing criticism at the West — the United States in particular — saying it had repeatedly betrayed Moscow’s trust.
Iran, Russia stress countering violence, terrorism, extremism
Iranian and Russian ministers of defense emphasized on fighting violence, terrorism, and extremism on a phone conversation on Thursday and discussed the most recent international and regional developments.
Russia urges US to destroy chemical weapons
After destroying the remainder of its chemical weapons in September, Russia is now calling on the United States and other countries in possession of such weapons to immediately “follow suit” and do away with their stockpiles.
US violating spirit, letter of Iran’s nuclear deal: Russia
Russia has once again sided with Iran in an ongoing standoff with the United States over the fate of the country's nuclear deal. A senior Russian diplomat has censured the US objection to the agreement, saying Washington is violating both the spirit and letter of the multilateral accord, while Tehran has remained fully compliant.
Iran-Russia nuclear cooperation workshop kicks off in Moscow
Iran-Russia's 25 years of peaceful nuclear cooperation workshop started work Tuesday with the attendance of the two countries' officials in Moscow, Russia.

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