Parl. holds session on cyberspace, messaging apps

Mar. 18 – The Parliament has held a closed session Sun. morning to assess the current state of cyberspace and the influence of popular foreign messaging apps in the country.

Airstrikes kill 35 ISIL militants in N. Afghanistan 

SHIBERGHAN, Mar. 17 – Air attacks against the hideouts of ISIL group in Qush Tepa and Darzab districts of Afghanistan's northern Jawzjan province have killed 35 insurgents on Saturday, an army spokesman in the northern region, Mohammad Hanif Rezai said.

Senior Cleric: Enemies Trying to Hatch New Plots

TEHRAN - Tehran's provisional Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Mohammad Emami Kashani warned against enemies' plots against the Islamic Republic of Iran, and called on senior Iranian officials to beware of such threats.

Iran seeking Persian Gulf-Black Sea corridor: Zarif

Mar. 16 – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told his Georgian counterpart Janelidze on Thursday in Baku that Iran expects Georgia’s contribution to tap the transit corridor of the Persian Gulf-the Black Sea.

Iran: Saudi crown prince a delusional, naive person

The spokesman of Iran's Foreign Ministry says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is a “delusional naive person,” who has no idea of politics apart from bitter talk that emanates from lack of foresight.

Iran’s Chabahar, Pakistan’s Gwadar complement each other

Mar. 15 – Pakistan Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Muhammad Faisal said that Iran’s Chabahar Port and Pakistani Gwadar Port are considered as sister ports and can complement each other in promoting trade, business, transit and connectivity.
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