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Iran in Brief

The trial of a former Iranian prison official is set to begin in Sweden in August for the killing political prisoners in 1988.More
Israeli Defense Minister will travel to France to discuss spyware sold by Israeli firm NSO that was allegedly used to target French President Emmanuel Macron, and the Iran nuclear talks.More
Health officials in Iran warn that there are more than 10,000 Covid patients hospitalized in Tehran alone and the pandemic has led to a critical situation.More
France has said if Iran delays negotiations over reviving the 2015 nuclear agreement it might miss the chance and jeopardize the very possibility of restoring the agreement.More
A former IRGC senior officer and ex-diplomat, has said US President Joe Biden will in the coming days send a message to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on bilateral relations.More
The price of cement has risen fivefold in Iran due to power cuts, a member of parliament said July 26.More
US and Iraqi leaders on Monday will seal an agreement ending the US combat mission in Iraq by the end of 2021. The focus will shift to training Iraqi forces.More
The Gulf Cooperation Council chief says Iran's activities in the region should be part of the current negotiations over reviving the 2015 nuclear agreement.More
Iran's outgoing president said Sunday that the hands and feet of his government were tied and he could not reach an agreement with the United States to lift sanctions.More
Former Iranian taekwondo champion Kimia Alizadeh is poised to win a bronze medal as a member of the Olympics refugee team.More
Problems with controlling the COVID pandemic in Iran continue with shortages of remdesivir for treating patients.More
Iran on Saturday dismissed as meddling in its internal affairs criticism by the UN human rights chief of the shooting deaths of protesters during demonstrations in Khuzestan province.More
A hardliner cleric in Iran has called on the new president Ebrahim Raisi to restrict access to the internet for young people to stop the intrusion of alien cultures.More
A young political prisoner in Iran has issued an audio message supporting protesters in Khuzestan province.More
Environmentlists are blaming the Iranian government and Chinese oil companies for deliberately draining the Hour al-Azim marshed for oil exploration.More
In a statement released Friday [July 23], the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet urged Iranian authorities to concentrate on...More
The US State Department is reportedly looking into allegations that Qatatr has financed Iran's Revolutionary Guard, which is a US terror-designated entity.More
Fourteen have called on the European Union, European states and the US to “act immediately to secure the release” of Ahmadreza Djalalia Swedish scientist from detention in Iran.More
Iran's Revolutionary Guard has claimed it has captured weapons and ammunition form anti-revolutionary forces.More
US forces in Iraq are transitioning from a combat role toward training and advising Iraqi forces, US officials said July 22.More
Iranian activist Masih Alinejad who was a target of kidnapping by Iran, met United States Senators on Wednesday to thank them for their support and warn against similar plots by Tehran.More