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Two Iranian IRGC aerospace staff suspiciously died

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iranian state media reported that two Iranian aerospace staff died in separate incidents while on active duty.

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Lebanon-Israel maritime deal paves way for oil & gas exploration

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Biden blames new villain for rising gas prices

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Two Iranian IRGC aerospace staff suspiciously died

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iranian state media reported that two Iranian aerospace staff died in separate incidents while on active duty.

Iran, Venezuela ink 20-year pact in defiance of US sanctions

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Venezuela and Iran signed a 20-year cooperation agreement on Saturday during President Nicholas Maduro's visit to Tehran.

Iran nuclear deal hangs in balance amid IAEA standoff

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- As the UN nuclear watchdog pushes to pass a resolution against Tehran, tensions between Iran and the West have once again reached boiling point.

Possibility of returning to Iran nuclear deal ‘shrinking’: Borrell

Brussels (The Times Groupe)- The European Union's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell warned on Saturday that the chances of restoring the Iran nuclear deal are dwindling.

Iran seizes two Greek tankers amid row over U.S oil grab

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps seized two Greek tankers in the Persian Gulf on Friday after Washington seized Iranian oil from a tanker off the Greek coast. Iran previously had threatened Athens with "punitive action" over the seizure of Iranian oil by the United States.

Iran’s IRGC Quds Force member assassinated in Tehran

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) announced on Sunday one of its members has been assassinated in the capital Tehran by gunmen on two motorcycles, reports state news agency IRNA.

Iran leadership open for compromise on nuclear deal

Doha (The Times Groupe) - Qatari foreign minister told al Jazeera TV yesterday that the Iranian leadership expressed readiness to compromise regarding reviving a nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

Iran, Saudi top envoys to meet in Baghdad

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iran's foreign ministry announced on Tuesday that there had been no new developments since April in talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Iranian state news agency IRNA reported. The announcement came shortly after a lawmaker said top diplomats of the rival countries would meet shortly.

IRGC’s Yas Holding whistleblower being jailed without access to a lawyer

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iran's IRGC has announced that it arrested its Maj. Gen Mohammad Ghaemi for alleged exposing on the "guards corruption".

Iran nuclear talks set to resume

Brussells (The Times Groupe)- Nuclear negotiations with Iran can now continue after a "very fruitful" visit by the EU's chief negotiator to Tehran, a senior EU official said Friday.

Iran blocks internet access amid cost of living protests

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Watchdog organization Netblocks announced Iran has begun forcibly restricting internet access amidst an outburst of public protests.

Iranian MOIS arrests two Europeans for provoking unrest

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- The Ministry of Intelligence of the Islamic Republic of Iran (MOIS) has announced on Wednesday that its agents arrested two European citizens for alleged provoking unrest and chaos in the country.

Iran tries to deflect blame for its human rights violations

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Critics say Iran tries to deflect attention from its human rights violations by allowing a UN Special Rapporteur on unilateral sanctions to visit the country.

Swedish-Iranian to be executed by May 21 for spying

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iranian-Swedish national Ahmad Reza Jalali will be executed by May 21, local media reported Wednesday. Jalali was sentenced to death for allegedly spying for Israel in Iran.

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