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Iran in Brief
Iran's Currency Hits Low Point As Nuclear Talks Remain In Limbo
Iran's currency has dropped to its lowest level in one year due to pessimism over the chances of success in nuclear talks with the West.
Iran Must Return To Talks To Avoid Escalation, Says French Official
A French presidency official has told reporters that Iran must return to nuclear talks with world powers to avoid an escalation.
Iran Rejects US Call For UN Inspectors' Access To Nuclear Site
Iran has rejected a US call to grant UN inspectors access to a nuclear site, saying Washington was not qualified to demand inspections without condemning a sabotage attack on the facility
Iran Nuclear Chief In Moscow To Hold Talks On Cooperation
The head of Iran's atomic energy organization, Mohammad Eslami, has arrived in Moscow for talks with the chief executive of Russian state nuclear firm Rosatom.
France Calls On International Community To Stand Firm On Iran Nukes
The French foreign minister has said the international community must make sure Iran reaches and agreement with world powers on its nuclear program.
UAE Calls For An End To Iran Meddling, Demands Role In Nuclear Talks
The UAE foreign minister in New York on September 27 called for an end to interference in Arab affairs, in reference to Iran's regional policy of supporting armed militia groups.
Unidentified Planes Hit Iranian Militias In Eastern Syria
Israeli drones hit a base belonging to Iranian-backed forces in Syria's Deir al Zor near the Iraqi border on September 28.
Yemen Governor Blames Houthis For Targeting His House With Missiles
Two ballistic missiles likely to have been fired by Iran-backed Houthis have destroyed the home of the governor of Marib region in Yemen.
Israeli Diplomat Says World Powers Considering 'Plan B' If Iran Talks Fail
Israel's ambassador to the United Sates has told the Israeli Army Radio that world powers are increasingly considering a ‘plan B’ if nuclear talks with Iran fail.
Raisi Orders Central Bank To Recover Iran's Frozen Funds Abroad
Despite US sanctions, Iran's president has ordered the central bank to repatriate funds frozen in various countries due to US sanctions.
Firefighters Battle A Large Blaze In Iran Electrical Motors Factory
A large fire broke out in an electrical motors manufacturing factory in west-central Iran, that firefighters were battling for hours, local media reported.
Iran's Guards Report Another Blaze At A Research Facility Near Tehran
Iran's Revolutionary Guard have said one of their research centers suffered a blaze on Sunday injuring three workers.
Iran Fails To Fully Honor Nuclear Monitoring Agreement, IAEA Says
The UN nuclear watchdog IAEA has said that Iran has not fully honored a deal it struck two weeks ago with the agency's director to allow monitoring work of its nuclear facilities to take place.
Renowned Iran Activist Says Will Disobey Summons To Serve Sentence
Narges Mohammadi in an Instagram post Sunday said she has been summoned for the execution of a 30-month prison sentence and 80 lashes but will disobey the summons.
Fuel Sent To Lebanon's Hezbollah 'Not For Free': Iran Lawmaker
A member of the Iranian parliament's Energy Committee says fuel shipments to Lebanon will be paid for and are "definitely not for free".