Iran

Iran's Outgoing President Blasts Parliament For Interfering With Effort To Lift Sanctions

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Outgoing Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday accused the country's parliament of undermining the effort to lift the economic sanctions that were imposed on Iran over its nuclear program.
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Iranian Warship That Petrified Us And Uk On High Seas Spotted At Russian Naval Parade – Video

US and UK media spent months fretting about the cargo and possible destination of a two-ship Iranian warship flotilla that deployed in the Atlantic Ocean this spring. Earlier this month, the commander of Iran’s Navy boasted that America had been...
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Climate Crisis Grips Iran With Water Shortages, Provoking Protests, Clashes In Southwest

Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – Iran’s southwestern Khuzestan region, the center of its petroleum industry, has been wracked with protests for a week, in part over water shortages. Rallies have erupted in the towns of Mahshahr, Izeh,...
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Facebook Reverses Policy On ‘death To Khamenel’ Chant

Facebook will allow its users to post the phrase “death to Khamenel” for the next two weeks.  The social media giant had previously censored the phrase amid ongoing protests in Iran, saying the phrase violated its Terms of Service by...
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Iran Opens Export Terminal To Bypass World's Biggest Oil Chokepoint

Iran Opens Export Terminal To Bypass World's Biggest Oil Chokepoint Via OilPrice.com, Iran says it has opened its first oil export terminal in the Gulf of Oman to allow Tehran to avoid using the strategic Strait of Hormuz shipping...
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Pakistan Reportedly Deploys Troops Along Afghan Border As Tensions Increase

Earlier this week, the Taliban claimed that it now controls nearly 90 percent of Afghanistan's border areas, including with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Iran. Afghan forces are currently involved in an intense fight with the Islamist...
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Gop Senator Angry With 'public Health Bureaucrats' For Doing Their Jobs

Flame-throwing Arkansas Senator Tehran-Tom Cotton is very upset that "public health bureaucrats" are making decisions based on... gasp... public health. During a segment on this Friday's America Reports on Fox "news," Cotton was asked about whether...
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Iran's New-yet-not-so-new Jet Fighter (its A Complete Rip-off)

Sebastien Roblin Iran, Middle East The irony is that Tehran doesn’t need to be ashamed of its resourceful use of old jet fighters. Here's What You Need To Remember: Versatile trainer/light attack jets continue to be popular with militaries...
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Iraqi Pm To Focus On Us Troop Withdrawal In Biden Meeting

Weakened by pro-Iran factions at home, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi will meet with US President Joe Biden on Monday to discuss a possible full US troop withdrawal from his country. The White House talks between the two allies come just a...
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Power Outages Cripple Much Of The Middle East Amid Record Heat Waves And Rising Unrest

Electricity cuts are taking the greatest toll on businesses, hospitals and the poor in Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.
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Exiled Iranian Environmental Official Says Regime Mismanagement, Not Climate Change, To Blame For...

An environmental scientist who formerly worked for the Iranian regime says that years of water mismanagement has damaged their infrastructure so badly there's no turning back. Dr. Kaveh Madani says that Iran is essentially "water bankrupt" because...

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Tanker War: Iran Lost Big When It Took On The U.s. Navy

Sebastien Roblin History, Middle East The narrow straits of the Persian Gulf had become a shooting gallery due to the Iran-Iraq War, still raging seven years after Iraq’s surprise invasion of Iran in 1980. Here's What You Need To Remember: The...
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The Ascendance Of Eric Adams

New York’s likely next mayor was once a victim of police violence and is now an advocate for the N.Y.P.D. Plus, how Iran plotted to kidnap an American citizen from her home in Brooklyn.
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Iran's F-14a Tomcat Is Great But Its Missiles Are Awful

Charlie Gao F-14 Tomcat, Middle East The F-14A is a true interceptor with the speed, power and long-range missiles to strike at range then fly away before the enemy has a chance to lock on. Here's What You Need to Know: The Iranian upgrades, if...

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'baseless Propaganda': Afghanistan's Gov't Rejects Claim Taliban Controls 90% Of Country's Borders

Over the past few weeks, the Taliban* has reportedly managed to seize key Afghan border crossings with Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Pakistan amid the ongoing exit from Afghanistan by US-led forces.
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Taliban 'massacres' Over 100 Afghans For Being Gov't Sympathisers At Pakistan Border, Official Says

The Taliban* claims that it now controls nearly 90 percent of Afghanistan's border areas, including that with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Iran. The Afghan forces are currently involved in an intense fight with the Islamist insurgent...
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Iran Opens New Oil Port On Gulf Of Oman To Avoid Narrow Straits Of Hormuz And To Avoid Us Sanctions

Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – According to Al Jazeera, on Thursday, Iran announced the opening of a new petroleum export terminal near the port of Jask on the Gulf of Oman, which will allow its vessels to avoid what Iranians refer to as the...
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Hitler Tried To Assassinate Churchill, Fdr, And Stalin In One Place

Warfare History Network History, Middle East Perhaps no operation was more audacious or had greater consequences to the war’s outcome if it had succeeded than Long Jump. Key Point: The assassination was scheduled to take place in Tehran. In...
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Iranian officer Killed In Worsening Water Crisis Protests - Internet Shutdowns Imposed

Iranian Officer Killed In Worsening Water Crisis Protests - Internet Shutdowns Imposed Water and power shortage protests in Iran have now been raging continuously for one week, resulting in multiple deaths and injuries particularly out...
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"sabotage, disrupt, delay": Mossad Reportedly Planning Expanded Strikes On Iran's...

"Sabotage, Disrupt, Delay": Mossad Reportedly Planning Expanded Strikes On Iran's Nuclear Facilities The New York-based Algemeiner newspaper, a Jewish publication focused on American and Israel-related news, has issued a detailed...
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