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Iranian Leader condoles with Lebanon due to deadly explosion
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on August 5 sympathized with the people of Lebanon over the tragic blast that rocked Beirut on Tuesday.
Defense minister: Tehran ready to send medical personnel, equipment to Lebanon
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier-General Amir Hatami in a telephone call with his Lebanese counterpart Zeina Akar expressed Tehran's readiness to dispatch healthcare professionals and medical equipment to Lebanon.
Theater release of ‘Mulan’ canceled
Disney announced that its much-delayed live-action remake of ‘Mulan’ will now be hitting its streaming service Disney Plus. The film, starring Liu Yifei, will be available for the subscribers of the streamer for a premium rental price of 29.99, reported Variety.
Mumbai Film Festival postponed to next year amid India's virus outbreak
The Mumbai Film Festival postponed its 22nd edition to 2021 as India continues to grapple with a worsening outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Panoramic Museum of Martyr Lt. Gen. Soleimani’s Resistance inaugurated in Tehran
The Panoramic Museum of Martyr Lieutenant General Soleimani’s Resistance was inaugurated at the site of the Holy Defense Museum in Tehran.
NIGC official: Daily gas exports hit record high of 79 mcm
Iran’s daily gas exports hit a record high of 79 million cubic meters (mcm) during June 21-July 21, 2020, announced the head of the Dispatching Department of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC).
MP stresses urgency of Iran-China cooperation deal
Iran should have thought of signing a long-term strategic cooperation agreement with China much sooner, said an Iranian MP, voicing support for the government’s plan to seal such a deal with Beijing.
Iran sends aid to Lebanon, offers condolences after huge explosion in Beirut
Lebanese capital reeling from ‘apocalyptic’ blast as deaths top 100
Official: Tehran, Kabul sign MoU on goods transit
Iran signed an MoU with Afghanistan’s private sector on goods transit via the Chabahar port in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan, said a provincial official on Wednesday.
US envoy: China, Russia likely to veto arms embargo bid on Iran
China and Russia are likely to veto an American effort to extend a United Nations arms embargo against Iran before it expires in October, US Ambassador to the UN Kelly Craft said.
Deputy FM: Iran will compensate Ukrainian plane victims on basis of int’l documents
An Iranian official said international documents and treaties will be the criteria for the sum of compensation that Iran will pay the families of the victims of a Ukrainian plane mistakenly downed by Iran in January.
Iran auto industry begins to absorb shock of US sanctions
When the US unleashed its most aggressive sanctions ever on Iran in August 2018, it reserved the first hammer blow for the car industry to hurt as many Iranians as possible.
Iran approves 32 foreign investment projects: Report
Iran has approved 32 new projects with direct investments from foreign nationals as authorities say the value of foreign direct investment (FDI) schemes ratified over the past four months (March 20-July 21) has tripled compared to the similar period last year.

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