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Iran Warns of Coronavirus Surge after Many Flout Precautions

Iran Warns of Coronavirus Surge after Many Flout Precautions

A senior Iranian health official said the greater Tehran area may face a coronavirus resurgence after many residents flouted advisories to stay home, crowding streets and causing traffic jams across the city as the country's New Year holidays ended on Saturday. Iran - the country worst-hit by the

Virus Kills Another 134 People in Iran, UN Concerned over Prisoners

Virus Kills Another 134 People in Iran, UN Concerned over Prisoners

Iran's death toll from the new coronavirus rose on Friday to 3,294 as it killed another 134 people in the past 24 hours, according to Health Ministry Spokesman Kianoush Jahanpur. The total number of people confirmed to be infected is 53,183, he said on state television, adding that 4,035 ware "un

Iran, US Heat Up War of Words

Iran said Thursday it "only acts in self-defense" after President Donald Trump warned it against attacks on US troops in Iraq, as a new war of words heated up despite the coronavirus pandemic. Tensions between the arch-foes flared in Iraq where the United States deployed Patriot air defense missi

Iranian Official: Death Toll From Coronavirus Reaches 2,898

Iranian Official: Death Toll From Coronavirus Reaches 2,898

Iran's death toll from coronavirus has reached 2,898, with 141 deaths in the past 24 hours, Health Ministry spokesman Kianush Jahanpur told state TV on Tuesday. He said the total number of infections has jumped to 44,606, Reuters reported. "In the past 24 hours, there have been 3,111 new cases

Washington Renews Restrictions on Iran's Nuclear Activity

Washington Renews Restrictions on Iran's Nuclear Activity

The US State Department said in a statement on Monday that Washington will renew its restrictions on Iran's nuclear program, describing Tehran's developments of its nuclear activity as "unacceptable." The waivers are renewed for 60 days, according to the statement. "As US President Trump said

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