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TEHRAN, oct 22_Iran has expressed opposition to Turkey establishing military bases inside Syria, calling on Ankara to respect the Arab country's territorial integrity.
News ID: 44009    Publish Date : 2019/10/22


TEHRAN, August 9 -The case of Bahraini human rights activist, Moosa Abd-Ali, raises difficult questions about Britain’s cosy alliance with the Bahraini dictatorship.
News ID: 42891    Publish Date : 2019/08/10


TEHRAN, Jul 3 - Trees in the alpine forests of California's Sierra Nevada mountain range suffered a massive die-off as a result of the loss of deep- soil water, according to a new study.
News ID: 41501    Publish Date : 2019/07/03


TEHRAN, Jun 29 - Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Ali Abdollahi highlighted the country’s military preparedness to counter foreign threats, saying that the Islamic Republic will never allow any country to infiltrate into its territory.
News ID: 41330    Publish Date : 2019/06/29


TEHRAN, Jan 30 -The top US intelligence official warns Israel against pushing ahead with its strikes on Syrian soil , saying such raids could promote a “conventional” response from Iran, which has sent a military advisory mission to the Arab state.
News ID: 34779    Publish Date : 2019/01/30


TEHRAN, December 10 - Refugees are still trying to enter North American territory despite bad weather and heavy rains
News ID: 32667    Publish Date : 2018/12/10


TEHRAN, October 24 - Moscow said less than five percent of the Syrian territory remains under the grip of Daesh terrorists as government forces, backed by Russian air power, press ahead with an offensive to drive the Takfiri outfit out of its main stronghold in eastern Syria.
News ID: 14627    Publish Date : 2017/10/24


TEHRAN, YJC. Fifth ‘carpet on soil ’ was opened to public visit after paintings in southern province of Hormuzgan, Iran. The carpet area is 1600 cubic meters. ‘ soil carpet’ is sketch of Persian Carpet painted on bare soil .
News ID: 3490    Publish Date : 2014/02/16


Japan is planning to earmark 100 billion yen ($970 million) for a storage facility for tens of thousands of tonnes of soil contaminated with radiation from the Fukushima disaster, a report said Wednesday.
News ID: 2939    Publish Date : 2013/12/11