• What is Johnson afraid of?

    By Saeed Sobhani

    What is Johnson afraid of?

    TEHRAN _ The British Foreign Secretary's recent visit to our country is a matter of varying dimensions. The reality is that Boris Johnson is currently in a difficult position. He has been criticized by many British politicians such as Jeremy Corbin, the leader of the Labor Party in recent weeks. Even some Boris Johnson parties in the conservative party have advised him to resign from his position. Under these circumstances, the British Foreign Secretary has traveled to Iran to discuss the security prosecutors, nuclear accords and regional issues with our country's authorities. What is certain is that Britain is guilty of any of these cases. In other words, Boris Johnson must be held accountable for any charges against his government.

  • Guterres: Stop the 'stupid war' in Yemen

    Guterres: Stop the 'stupid war' in Yemen

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called Sunday for a renewed push to end the "stupid war" in Yemen, saying he hoped the Trump administration could pressure Saudi Arabia to ease the humanitarian crisis there, AFP reported.

  • Today's Europe at a Glance 

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Today's Europe at a Glance 

    TEHRAN _ Today, news about the developments in Germany has been heavily popularized by Western media. The failure of Angela Merkel to form a coalition with Greens, Social-Christians and Free Democrats has led to political turmoil in Germany and subsequently, in the European Union. Negotiations for the formation of a coalition government in Germany between the two traditional and rival parties in this country, the Social Democrats and the Christian Democrats, has resumed.

  • Disarmament of Hezbollah out of agenda in Lebanon: Naim Qassem

    By Somayeh Khomarbaghi

    Disarmament of Hezbollah out of agenda in Lebanon: Naim Qassem

    TEHRAN- On the sidelines of the 31st International Islamic Unity Conference in Tehran, Sheikh Naim Qassem, the Deputy Secretary of Hezbollah told Mehr news correspondent that nobody in Lebanon talks about disarmament of Hezbollah in the current situation, adding Hariri’s return to power has improved the political stability in Lebanon.

  • Fatal political talks for Merkel

    By Hossein Yari 

    Fatal political talks for Merkel

    TEHRAN _ Recently, European leaders called on two top German politicians, Merkel and Steinmeier, to formulate a coalition government as soon as possible. The lack of a strong government in Germany has worried the European Union. Social Democrats and Christian Democrats are now entering a new stage in the formation of a coalition government in Berlin. Although the Social-Democratic Party has somewhat retreated from its previous position, a strong government will not be established in Berlin even if a coalition government is formed between the two Social Democratic and Christian Democrats.

  • Ex-diplomat: Turkey and Egypt eyeing regional hegemony 

    By Payman Yazdani

    Ex-diplomat: Turkey and Egypt eyeing regional hegemony 

    TEHRAN _ Touching upon tensions between Ankara and Cairo Nosratallah Tajik says both Turkey and Egypt are seeking regional hegemony. 

  • European states: Trump’s on al-Quds ‘unhelpful’

    European states: Trump’s on al-Quds ‘unhelpful’

    Britain, France, Germany, Sweden and Italy called on the United States on Friday to put forward detailed proposals for peace between Israel and the Palestinians and described as “unhelpful” a decision by President Donald Trump to recognize al-Quds (Jerusalem) as Israel’s capital, Reuters reported.

  • Trump's Fear of future

    By Hossein Yari 

    Trump's Fear of future

    TEHRAN _ The president of the United States is extremely afraid of his political future. Donald Trump believes FBI is plotting to force him. While the FBI in the 2016 presidential election actually acted as the president of the country, Trump was elected. In recent days, many US citizens have been reporting on Russia's involvement in the presidential election last year. On the other hand, many American citizens believe that, if proven, the Trump should no longer be present at the White House. In any case, over the coming months, we will see a strong rapprochement between the US and the White House.

  • ‘Al-Quds will remain Arabic and Islamic,’ Zarif tells Trump

    ‘Al-Quds will remain Arabic and Islamic,’ Zarif tells Trump

    TEHRAN - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif made a tweet in Arabic language stating that “al-Quds (Jerusalem) will remain Arabic and Islamic”.

  • Trump declares al-Quds (Jerusalem) as Israel’s capital

    Trump declares al-Quds (Jerusalem) as Israel’s capital

    President Donald Trump defied overwhelming global opposition by declaring U.S. recognition of al-Quds (Jerusalem) as the capital of Israel and announced plans to relocate the U.S. embassy there.