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Iran executes young wrestler Navid Afkari despite global appeals
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US revises UN resolution on Iran to extend arms embargo indefinitely
The draft revision could be put to a vote as early as Friday.
Iranian passenger plane 'harassed' over Syria by US fighter jet
One F-15 fighter plane did briefly surveil the Iranian passenger jet from a safe distance but disengaged after it established it was a civilian aircraft, the US confirmed.
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Iran hopeful of avoiding conflict with US over Venezuela-bound oil
“We are hopeful that nothing would happen there,” said Tehran’s ambassador to the EU, addressing the possibility the US could try to block the oil tankers.
Iran holds funeral for 19 sailors killed in accidental missile strike
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Iran launches military satellite into space amid US tensions
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Iran releases French researcher Roland Marchal in exchange deal
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Louvre museum closes over workers' coronavirus fears
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Iranian film wins top prize at Berlin Film Festival
Mohammed Rasouof's Iranian drama 'There Is No Evil,' a powerful rebuke to the brutal and repressive regime in Tehran, has won the Golden Bear for best film at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival.