Britain's Royal Mail has decided not to send parcels to Iran, a controversial decision that has alarmed even the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has rejected its prosecutor's request to investigate alleged US war crimes in Afghanistan.
Iranian Minister of Information and Communications Technology has emphasised that Tehran will continue its cooperation with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) to develop peaceful aerospace applications.
France's Foreign Minister said that despite IRGC designation as a terrorist group by the US, trade with Iran will continue.
The Russian top diplomat said that Washington and its allies seek to take control of the secretariats of international organizations in order to push decisions bypassing intergovernmental consultations.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman described as machinations the US recent move to blacklist the IRGC, saying solving regional problems will not be possible without Iran’s participation.
The founder of the whistle-blowing website, WikiLeaks, Julian Assange has been arrested by London's Metropolitan police.
Britain will remain as a member state of the EU until 31 October, with the option to leave earlier if May can secure Commons support for the Brexit deal.
The trilateral meeting of the heads of international and foreign policy commissions of Iran, Russia, and Turkey parliaments started in Russian State Duma on Wednesday.
European countries including Russia, Britain and France stated that they are against the US choice against Iran's elite military force.