Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif pauses while giving a speech Tuesday, March 15, 2016, in Canberra, Australia. (AP Photo/Rod McGuirk)
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Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif joined his Turkish hosts in Istanbul Saturday in condemning a suicide bombing by suspected Kurdish militants in a main shopping district that killed five people.Zarif, on a visit to bolster bilateral trade and discuss political differences over the war in neighboring Syria, said the bombing -- which also injured 36 people -- "displays the ugly face of terrorism". Gains by moderate allies of pragmatist President Hassan Rouhani in Iran's last month crucial elections have raised hopes for boosting foreign investment in Iran, a country with 80 million people and some of the world's biggest oil and gas reserves.At a news conference after meeting Cavusoglu, Zarif said Syria's national unity and territorial integrity had to be respected.
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