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  • Iran condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan's Kunduz

    Iran condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan's Kunduz

    Following a deadly terrorist attack on a mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan, Saeed Khatibzadeh said that terrorist acts are condemned in any form and by any party.

  • Enemy Locked in A Lose-Lose Situation

    Enemy Locked in A Lose-Lose Situation

    The enemies of the Islamic Republic are facing a lose-lose situation with a sense of “strategic frustration”, Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Major General Hossein Salami said.

  • US, British FMs discuss Iran, Afghanistan

    US, British FMs discuss Iran, Afghanistan

    Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with UK Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss today in New York City on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, according to the US Department of State.

  • Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

    BY: Mahmoud Fazeli

    Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

    Russia believes that the 20-year presence of the United States and NATO in Afghanistan ended in disgrace and considers it not only a defeat, but also a catastrophe. The old problems such as terrorism, drug trafficking and the low standard of living of the people not only remained unresolved but the problems even intensified. Foreign forces failed to establish a stable political system after their withdrawal. With the Taliban coming to power, the political system will change again.

  • Iran Sends Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan

    Iran Sends Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan

    The Mahan Air flight, which landed in Kabul on Wednesday, was carrying over a dozen Iranian diplomats as well as humanitarian supplies.

  • What Biden is afraid to tell about Afghanistan!

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    What Biden is afraid to tell about Afghanistan!

    Despite being fully aware of the Taliban's relationship with Pakistan, Biden has tried to mislead public opinion by putting this country next to Iran, China and Russia in order to accuse the United States of accusing of coordinating with ISI, Pakistan and the Taliban, and also to show the other three countries as the supporter of the Taliban.

  • Emeritus Professor at George Washington University confirms Tony Blair’s view of Riyadh

    Emeritus Professor at George Washington University confirms Tony Blair’s view of Riyadh

    Confirming former UK PM's remarks on Saudi Arabia's role in propagating fundamental view of Islam different from real Islam, Prof. Askari also criticized London leader's double standards towards the reactionary regime.

  • Amirabdollahian exchanges views with Afghanistan's Abdullah Abdullah on phone

    Amirabdollahian exchanges views with Afghanistan's Abdullah Abdullah on phone

    In the phone talk, the two sides agreed on the necessity of campaign against terrorism and also the establishment of an all-encompassing government in Afghanistan, comprised of the representatives of the entire Afghan tribes and ethnic groups.

  • Afghanistan's important lesson for Europe

    Afghanistan's important lesson for Europe

    Keeping away from NATO and the United States and the formation of an independent military (while it may be Europe's first necessary step towards security, which is certainly not a sufficient step,) if accompanied by "the will for independence from American sovereignty" among European leaders, can help Europeans to start the way toward achieving "security".

  • Chaos is what US might be seeking after Afghanistan exit

    BY: Payman Yazdani

    Chaos is what US might be seeking after Afghanistan exit

    The United States will continue its containing China policy in the future despite leaving Afghanistan which borders the emerging superpower. China is rapidly emerging as a superpower, especially in the economic field, and it is becoming a major challenge to Washington. For that, Washington has set containing China as of the principles of foreign policy in recent years. Meanwhile, it seems that Beijing will continue to be atop the US agenda in the future.