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Iran, China, And Russia Hold War Games In Indian Ocean

The maneuvers coincides with the Russian buildup along the Ukraine border. The post Iran, China, and Russia Hold War Games in Indian Ocean first appeared on Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion.
Related topics: China, Russia, Ukraine

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Hezbollah Faces Rising Dissent, Efforts To End Iran’s ‘occupation’ Of Lebanon

By Dalal Saoud BEIRUT, Lebanon, Jan. 21 (UPI) — Lebanon’s financial collapse, which has pushed large segments of the population into poverty,
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Putin Welcomes Iran's President To The Kremlin

Trevor Filseth Iran, Raisi described the meeting as a "turning point" in relations between Iran and Russia.  Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi and Russian president Vladimir Putin met at the Kremlin on Wednesday and expressed mutual interest in...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Kremlin, Russia

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Iran Reportedly Resumes Gas Supplies To Turkey Previously Suspended Over Leak

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Iranian gas exports to Turkey were renewed on Friday after being cut due to a leak at a Turkish gas station, the Iranian news agency SHANA reported.
Related topics: Turkey, Russia, Moscow

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How America Can Support Iran’s Democratic Voices

David R. Shedd Iran Democracy, Middle East The United States and its Western allies need to be unrelenting and unapologetic in countering Tehran. The radical theocrats who hijacked Iran’s Islamic Revolution of 1979 have demonstrated a...
Related topics: Tehran

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What Is So Worrisome About Iran's F-14 Tomcats?

David Axe F-14, Iran If war breaks out, American forces likely will attempt to secure Gulf air space by destroying or suppressing Iran’s air forces. The IRIAF’s 1970s-vintage F-14s could be U.S. forces’ first targets. Here's What You Need...

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Russia Announces Joint Naval Drills With China And Iran

Mark Episkopos Russian Navy, The three American adversaries are stepping up their military cooperation. The Russian, Chinese, and Iranian navies will soon carry out joint drills, according to top military officials. "The Pacific Fleet’s naval...
Related topics: Russia, China, Military

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Facebook Takes Down Fake Iranian Accounts That Posed As Scottish Locals

Facebook disabled a network of fake accounts that posed as English and Scottish locals, but were actually an Iran-based influence operation. The company detailed the takedowns in its latest report on coordinated inauthentic behavior on its...
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Are Iran’s Proxies Becoming More Dangerous?

Maya Carlin Iran Proxies, Middle East In order to display a mirage of stability and strength, regime officials will likely lean even more on their proxy apparatus in the upcoming months. On January 17, Iranian-backed Houthi rebels claimed...

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Iran's Raisi Reiterates Opposition To Nukes, Predicts Nato's Collapse

The Iranian president arrived in Moscow on a two-day state visit on Wednesday at the invitation of his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. During their talks, the two leaders discussed bilateral ties, US sanctions, the Iran nuclear deal, joint...
Related topics: Nato, Russia, Moscow, Vladimir Putin

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A Retired Stealth Fighter Could Still Be Useful In A War

TNI Staff F-117, If the F-117 ever did make a comeback it could take on Iran--but not Russia or China.  Here's What You Need to Remember: Would the F-117 still be useful today? The answer is that against most mid-range threats like Iran,...
Related topics: Russia, China

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Iran-backed Houthis Aim To Change The "equation" With Attack On Uae

The attack on the United Arab Emirates on Monday was meant to be a major warning from Iran to the UAE. It was an unprecedented attack on the UAE, although not an unprecedented attack in the region. Iran attack Saudi Arabia's Abqaiq facility in...
Related topics: United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia

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How Iran Became A Middle East Missile Superpower

Zachary Keck Iranian Missiles, Middle East The missile program actually began under the Shah, but it was accelerated during the Iran-Iraq War in order to threaten Saddam Hussein with strikes deep in Iraqi territory. Here's What You Need to...
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Iran Seeks Reconciliation In Afghanistan

Mohammad Javad Mousavizadeh Iran Afghanistan, Eurasia Iranian officials have always stressed that establishing an inclusive government in Afghanistan is necessary to officially recognize the Taliban. Now the Islamic Republic is working to make it...
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Iran Marks Readiness To Share Advanced Military Tech With Friends And Neighbours

Subjected to decades of restrictions on the purchase of weaponry from abroad, the Islamic Republic has created a substantive domestic military-industrial complex at home – including advanced ballistic and cruise missile tech and defence...
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Houthis Launch Aerial Attack Against Uae Capital Abu Dhabi

Houthi spokesperson announced the Iran-backed group conducted a high profile strike against sites in the UAE on Monday. The post Houthis launch aerial attack against UAE capital Abu Dhabi first appeared on FDD's Long War Journal.
Related topics: United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi

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As Biden Marks One Year In Office, A Riyadh-based Analyst Says Relations Are At Lowest Ebb

Although in 2021 Washington inked a multibillion arms deal with Riyadh, the diplomatic ties have been rather lukewarm. High profile Saudi officials have not been invited to visit the US, and their concerns about Iran and other issues have largely...
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A Concorde Was Intercepted In The Persian Gulf During The Iran-iraq War

Trevor Filseth Concorde jet, What exactly a Concorde was doing above the Persian Gulf while a war was brewing below will never be known. Here's What You Need to Remember: U.S. Navy ships in the Gulf were scrupulously protected by air cover,...
Related topics: Iraq

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Don’t Bury Alberto Nisman Again

Toby Dershowitz Iran Terrorism, Americas Those with the legal duty to seek the truth have done just the opposite. They are seeking to bury Alberto Nisman and his investigation once again. Alberto Nisman was found dead in his Buenos Aires apartment...
Related topics: Terrorism, Argentina, Buenos Aires

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Germany's Iran Problem — And Ours

Germany has an Iran problem. The European economic powerhouse and U.S. ally has played a key role in boosting the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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