Pakistan, Iran resolve to limit spread of virus together

Pakistan, Iran resolve to limit spread of virus together

Pakistan and Iran have agreed to work jointly to restrict the coronavirus epidemic after almost 3,000 people were confirmed to have caught the virus in Iran. The contract over a combined response was reached during a telephonic conversation between Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and his Iranian counterpart, Jawad Zarif,...

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Arrests over plane tragedy have been made: Iran

Arrests over plane tragedy have been made: Iran

Iran said on Tuesday it had arrested an unidentified number of suspects who are possibly involved in downing a Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 in which all 176 people on board were killed. The incident has posed one of the greatest public challenges to Iran’s rulers since they came to...

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80 “American terrorists” slain in Iran missile strikes: Iran State TV

80 “American terrorists” slain in Iran missile strikes: Iran State TV

According to Iranian state television, at least 80 “American terrorists” were killed by 15 missiles Tehran hurled on U.S. targets in Iraq, adding that none of the missiles were stopped. Citing a senior Revolutionary Guards source, the state TV also said Iran had 100 other targets in the region in...

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Iran nearly pulls out of nuclear deal after Soleimani’s killing

Iran nearly pulls out of nuclear deal after Soleimani’s killing

Iran said on Sunday it would pull out of its commitments to a 2015 nuclear pact with six key powers, by enriching uranium without restrictions, but Tehran will continue to liaise with the UN nuclear watchdog. According to state television, Iran would not respect any restrictions laid down in the...

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PM Khan thanks Iranian Supreme Leader for support on Kashmir issue

PM Khan thanks Iranian Supreme Leader for support on Kashmir issue

TEHRAN: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday held a meeting with Supreme Leader of Iran Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei and thanked him for extending support to the people of India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir, who are struggling for their right to self-determination.     Prime Minister Imran Khan called on Supreme Leader...

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U.S. pulls most personnel out of Iraq amid tensions with Iran

U.S. pulls most personnel out of Iraq amid tensions with Iran

 The U.S. Department of State has ordered its personnel and their families to leave Iraq, a neighboring region of Iran as tensions grow between Iran and the United States.  According to sources, tensions grew stronger four weeks after the White House notified of what it described as potential targeting of...

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Iran Warns Will Hit ‘Militant Safe Havens’ Inside Pakistan

Iran Warns Will Hit ‘Militant Safe Havens’ Inside Pakistan

The head of the Iranian armed forces warned Islamabad on Monday that Tehran would hit bases inside Pakistan if the government does not confront militants who carry out cross-border attacks. Ten Iranian border guards were killed by militants last month. Iran said Jaish-al-Adl, a militant group, had shot the guards...

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Iran Warns Will Hit Militant ‘Safe Havens’ Inside Pakistan

Iran Warns Will Hit Militant ‘Safe Havens’ Inside Pakistan

The head of the Iranian armed forces warned Islamabad on Monday that Tehran would hit bases inside Pakistan if the government does not confront militants who carry out cross-border attacks. Ten Iranian border guards were killed by militants last month. Iran said Jaish-al-Adl, a militant group, had shot the guards...

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Iran Rejects Allegations Of Its Agencies’ Links To Uzair Baloch

Iran Rejects Allegations Of Its Agencies’ Links To Uzair Baloch

ISLAMABAD: Iran has cautioned against a “vilification campaign” launched against it on the basis of allegations by Lyari gangster Uzair Baloch that its intelligence agencies had links with him. A statement issued by the Iranian embassy in Islamabad on Friday rejected “unfounded rumours being circulated in some media during recent...

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Iran Concerned Over Raheel’s Appointment As Head Of Saudi-Led Military Alliance: Envoy

Iran Concerned Over Raheel’s Appointment As Head Of Saudi-Led Military Alliance: Envoy

Iran has expressed its reservations regarding the appointment of the former army chief, retired Gen Raheel Sharif, as head of the Saudi-led 39-nation Islamic military alliance, saying it is not ‘satisfied’ with the coalition. “We are concerned about this issue… that it may impact the unity of Islamic countries,” Iran’s...

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