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The Washington Times on Monday published an article that took everyone by surprise, alleging that Tehran “may already have five nuclear bombs and may have as many as a dozen by May.” The article purportedly stated that “certain intelligence estimates, as early as this past October, asserted that Iran could have enough enriched weapons-grade uranium for one bomb within a week and enough for five nuclear bombs within six weeks. It has been more than three months since those estimates were made.” Interestingly, it tried to raise a question about the availability of only “one” bomb and why Tehran avoided such a bombshell from being publicized. In its response, the writer tried to steal the limelight by showing fictitiously that Tehran has gone to great lengths to build several ones and at diverse locations. What about the reasons? The writer suggested that if there is one bomb, it is easy for the U.S. and Israel to expend considerable effort to find and destroy it — but more bombs in more locations makes this effort increasingly complex, if not almost impossible.
During an interview with FRANCE 24 on Monday, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister stated, “I don’t believe that the Iranians want a broader war.”
In a letter to the UN secretary general, António Guterres, on Monday, the foreign minister of Iran urged him to intervene responsibly in the efforts to end the Zionist regime’s heinous crimes and acts of aggression against Palestinian people.
In a significant development, Brigadier General Hamzeh Ghalandari, the Deputy for International Affairs at the Ministry of Defense and Support of the Armed Forces, initiated a diplomatic mission to Belarus on Monday.
The second-in-command of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the United States is currently at a standstill in its dealings with the Resistance Front.
An Iranian diplomat says Europe should not tether sending humanitarian aid to Afghanistan to its regional affiliations. Iran’s special representative for Afghanistan, Hassan Kazemi Qomi, said on Saturday that he has engaged in talks with the European Union’s special representative on Afghanistan matters. He disclosed the details regarding the meeting on his online platform. He […]
Hossein Akbari, Iran’s Ambassador to Damascus, asserts that Tehran can fulfill certain internal requirements via cooperation with Damascus. The ambassador underscores Syria’s pivotal role as a strategic ally across multiple spheres including politics, security, military, and economics.
Meta’s action to remove the Instagram and Facebook accounts of Ayatollah Khamenei is not surprising. This is because we live at a time where 30,000 Palestinian citizens, including 12,000 children, have been killed in a few months, and the global community is just a spectator to this unprecedented and tragic scene. In such a period […]
The Iranian ambassador says that Tehran and Hanoi both possess the potential to boost cooperation. Ali Akbar Nazari, ambassador of Iran to Vietnam, made the remarks in an article for Vietnam News on February 11, 2024. Following are excerpts from the article: A very bright outlook and promising relations between Iran and Vietnam exist in […]
Brigadier General Hamid Vahedi, commander of the Iranian Air Force, announced the establishment of a dedicated drone base and the addition of 39 new types of manned aerial vehicles to the air force’s inventory. This announcement coincides with the Fajr ceremony, a ten-day celebration leading up to the anniversary of the Iranian Revolution, and comes […]