Gulf Times - Iran
Iran says majority of Opec members support extending oil output cuts

Iran says majority of Opec members support extending oil output cuts

Iran's oil minister said on Monday that a majority of Opec members support extending output cuts but a final decision will be taken at their next meeting on Nov. 30.

Hariri to visit Egypt on Monday

Hariri to visit Egypt on Monday

Hariri has since Saturday been in Paris, where he met French President Emmanuel Macron, and has said he will return to Lebanon by Wednesday for its Independence Day celebrations.

Saudi Arabia, Arab allies hold talks on Iran, Hezbollah

Saudi Arabia, Arab allies hold talks on Iran, Hezbollah

Regional tensions have risen in recent weeks between Saudi Arabia and Iran over Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri's surprise resignation and after an escalation in Yemen's conflict.

Iran, Russia and Turkey diplomats meet ahead of Syria summit

Iran, Russia and Turkey diplomats meet ahead of Syria summit

Top diplomats from Iran, Russia and Turkey met Sunday morning in Antalya to discuss the civil war in Syria ahead of a three-way summit in the Russian city of Sochi on Wednesday.

Lebanon FM to skip Arab League summit on Iran

Lebanon FM to skip Arab League summit on Iran

Lebanon's foreign minister will not attend an extraordinary Arab League meeting on Sunday called by Saudi Arabia to discuss "violations" committed by Iran, a ministry source told AFP.

France should not interfere in missile programme, says Iran

France should not interfere in missile programme, says Iran

France should not interfere in Iran's missile programme, Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior adviser to Iran's supreme leader, said on Saturday according to state media.

100,000 homeless, 30,000 buildings destroyed in Iran quake

100,000 homeless, 30,000 buildings destroyed in Iran quake

The western Iranian province of Kermanshah was hardest hit by the earthquake, which struck in a remote mountainous region of Iraq.

Iran says 'biased' French policy stoking Mideast crises

Iran says 'biased' French policy stoking Mideast crises

Iran said on Friday that "biased" French policy was stoking crises in the Middle East after Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian accused it of "hegemonic" ambitions in the region.

Saudi foreign minister tells Iran 'enough is enough'

Saudi foreign minister tells Iran 'enough is enough'

Adel al-Jubeir said Saudi Arabia was consulting its allies about what leverage to use against Lebanese militant group Hezbollah to end its dominance in the small Mediterranean nation and intervention in other countries.

Iran pledges swift aid after major quake kills 400

Iran pledges swift aid after major quake kills 400

Iranian authorities scrambled on Tuesday to bring help to thousands of people left homeless by a major quake that killed more than 400 people.

Iran ends quake rescue operations as hungry survivors battle the cold

Iran ends quake rescue operations as hungry survivors battle the cold

Rescue operations have ended in areas of Iran hit by a powerful weekend earthquake that killed at least 450 people and injured thousands, state television reported on Tuesday ...

Iran sticks to key limits of nuclear deal -UN watchdog

Iran sticks to key limits of nuclear deal -UN watchdog

Iran has remained within the essential limits on its nuclear activities imposed by its 2015 deal with six world powers, a report by the UN atomic watchdog showed on Monday.