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Iran closes border with Afghanistan in Nimroz amid spike in conflicts

Kabul: Iran has closed the border with Afghanistan in Nimroz province amid rising conflicts in the war-torn country.

Iran’s exports to Afghanistan down 85 percent due to Afghan civil war: Top businessman

Tehran: Head of Iran-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce Hossein Salimi said that Iran’s export’s to Afghanistan has dropped over 85 percent due to the unrest and civil war in Afghanistan.

People demonstrate in Toronto, Paris over Pakistan-Iran's interference in Afghanistan

Toronto/Paris: Hundreds of Afghanistan people demonstrated in Canada and France against Pakistan’s and Iran’s interferences in the war-torn Afghanistan where Taliban has unleashed atrocities and killings to capture power, media reports said.

Pakistan: Iran hands over more than 306 Pakistanis

Chagai: Iranian authorities handed over more than 306 Pakistanis, who were arrested for not having valid travel documents, to the local administration at Taftan border in Chagai district of Pakistan on Sunday, media reports said.

Iran says Taliban doesn't represent all Afghanistan, but is part of solution

The Taliban, the Afghan insurgent group, doesn’t represent all Afghanistan, said the Iranian Foreign Ministry amid the continued Taliban offensive in the country’s northern part and Western part. It added the Taliban is a part of the solution to the conflict.

Pakistan, Iran discuss Afghanistan peace issue

Islamabad: Top Pakistani and Iranian diplomats on Thursday discussed the issue of peace in Afghanistan, media reports said.

Iran election: Ebrahim Raisi set to become President

Tehran: Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi is all set to become Iran's President as he has won most of the votes counted so far.

Iran: Presidential candidate Rezaee congratulates rival Raisi on winning election

Tehran/Sputnik: Mohsen Rezaee, the head of Iran's Expediency Discernment Council and one of the Iranian presidential candidates, has congratulated another contender, Iranian top judge Ebrahim Raisi, on winning the election even though the vote count is still going.  

Pakistan: Six Iran-funded schools shut down in Quetta

Quetta: Local authorities in Pakistan's Quetta region have sealed six Iran-funded and illegal schools, media reports said on Thursday.

Indonesia releases seized Iranian tanker

Jakarta/UNI: The Iranian oil tanker MT Horse which was seized by Indonesia in January has been released, the IRNA news agency reported on Saturday.

Extension of IAEA Checks in Iran Will Help JCPOA Talks in Vienna Succeed - Russian Envoy

Vienna/Sputnik: The extension of the technical agreement on International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspections in Iran will contribute to the success of negotiations on the restoration of the Iran nuclear deal, Russian Permanent Representative to International Organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov said.

Release jailed dissident on medical grounds, UN experts urge Iran

New York: United Nations independent human rights experts, on Tuesday, called on Iranian authorities to immediately release a political activist, said to be at risk of severe health complications and even death, if not provided with appropriate medical care.

More than 200 Pakistanis deported from Iran

Islamabad: More than 203 Pakistanis have been deported by Iran for not possessing valid travel documents, media reports said.

India, Iran feel Afghanistan would not go backwards

New Delhi: Iran and India officials believe that the Islamic Emirate used by Taliban in their five-year long rule on Afghanistan would be impossible.

Pakistan says naval drill with Iran was ‘unplanned’, says official

Islamabad: A Pakistan Navy official said the day-long sea exercise conducted by Pakistan and Iran’s navies in the Arabian Gulf on Tuesday was unplanned and part of a “goodwill gesture.