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High Level Syria Talks In Geneva: De Mistura Hosts Iran, Russia, Turkey (video)

United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura is holding talks with officials from Iran, Russia and Turkey as guarantors of the Syria peace process in Geneva on December 18-19.
Related topics: Syria, Russia, Turkey, World Videos

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Buchanan: Can America Fight Two Cold Wars At Once?

Authored by Patrick Buchanan, Kim Jong Un, angered by the newest U.S. sanctions, is warning that North Korea’s commitment to denuclearization could be imperiled and we could be headed for “exchanges of fire.” Iran, warns Secretary of State...
Related topics: Kim Jong-Un, North Korea, Mike Pompeo

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Iraq: Militia Leader Returns As National Security Adviser

The former head of Iraq's Iran-linked Popular Mobilization militias has returned to his dual posts as chairman of the militias and national security adviser to Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.   Falih al-Fayadh retook his seat at a meeting of...
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The Iran Hacks Cybersecurity Experts Feared May Be Here

An uptick in potentially Iran-related hacking since the nuclear deal collapsed spells trouble for the US and allies.

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Iran: Authorities Arrest 31 Protesting Steelworkers In Ahvaz

This week, Iranian authorities raided the homes of dozens of protesting National Steel Group workers. The Iranian regime security forces have been raiding the homes of these workers since midnight, and arrests continued to noon on Monday. This raid...
Related topics: Protests

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Israel And The Structural Islamic Discrimination Of The Un

What do Cuba and Iran, Venezuela and Qatar, Vietnam and Somalia, and China and Pakistan have in common? They all voted to protect Hamas, a genocidal Islamic terrorist group, at the United Nations General Assembly against a United States resolution...
Related topics: Israel, Cuba, Venezuela, Qatar, Vietnam, Somalia, China, Pakistan, Hamas, Terrorism

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Iranian General Dies From Accidental Firing Of Gun He Was Cleaning

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) announced on Iranian TV Sunday that Gen. Ghodratollah Mansouri had died earlier that day when his pistol went off as he was cleaning it, shooting him in the head.

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The Reason Why Iran Won't Become An Energy Superpower

Omid Shokri Kalehsar economy, Middle East Tehran has a high domestic natural gas consumption and needs more foreign technology and financial capital. In recent years, the Turkmen government has refused to toe the line of the United States and...
Related topics: Tehran

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Iran President's Son-in-law Resigns After Nepotism Claims

Iran President Hassan Rouhani's son-in-law resigned on Monday just two days after his appointment as head of Iran's geological survey sparked accusations of nepotism, official news agency IRNA reported. Kambiz Mehdizadeh, in his early thirties and...
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Iranian Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi: After 39 Years Of Suffering And Terror The West Must Embrace...

Written by Banafsheh Zand and Sophie Baron Reza Pahlavi at the Washington Institute On Friday, December 14th, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy presented a long overdue forum with Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi. The discussion was moderated...

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Executive's Arrest, Security Worries Stymie Huawei's Reach

While a Huawei executive faces possible U.S. charges over trade with Iran, the Chinese tech giant's ambition to be a leader in next-generation telecoms is colliding with security worries abroad. Australia and New Zealand have barred Huawei...
Related topics: Huawei, Australia, New Zealand

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What Will Iran's Looming Civil War Look Like?

Michael Rubin Iran, Middle East When the state is weak or governments collapse, restive minorities along the periphery rebel. It was an unseasonably warm morning, in northwestern Iran, although a fresh snow blanketed the mountains. Civil unrest...

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Breakthrough In Yemeni Peace Talks Applauded By Us And Iran, But Wearily Regarded In The Country

A breakthrough reached in U.N.-led Yemeni peace talks on Thursday night is being celebrated by the Trump administration and, improbably, its bête noire, Iran. While a peace deal has not yet been reached, what has been agreed to so far is a prisoner...

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Iranians Are Converting To Evangelical Christianity In Turkey

Changing faith from Islam to Christianity is not allowed in Iran, but more and more Iranians in Turkey are going to church.(Image credit: Fariba Nawa)
Related topics: Religion, Turkey

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Trump’s Anti-iran Push Boosts A Royal Outcast

Soon after President Donald Trump took office, his National Security Council aides considered trying an unusual new approach to Iran. Officials wondered whether Trump should record a dramatic video message congratulating the Iranian people on their...
Related topics: Donald Trump, World Videos

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Death Of Iranian Dissident Hunger Striker Draws Rights Activists’ Outrage

The death of a previously little-known Iranian dissident who was on a hunger strike to protest his detention by Iran has sparked an outcry from rights activists and other social media users. Family members told VOA Persian that prison authorities...
Related topics: Activism, Protests, Social Media

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Iran: Protests In Several Cities Over Increasing Economic Hardship

Across Iran’s provinces, from the Simmering parts of its southern cities such as Shush and Ahvaz to the busy capital, protesters have taken to the streets with increasing strength in mass and slogan. In recent months, Protesters expressed...
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"yes, Virginia, There Is A Deep State!"

Authored by Ray McGovern via Consortium News, In his efforts to uncover the Iran-Contra plot and the machinations surrounding Russia-gate, Bob Parry was in the forefront of journalists exposing the inner workings of the Deep State... A year ago...
Related topics: Russia

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Iranian Hackers Targeted Treasury Officials, Atomic Scientists And...an Intern?

Move over China, Russia and North Korea - Iran is now vying for the title of America's most threatening cyber nemesis. According to a report in the Associated Press, an Iranian hacking group known by the codename "Charming Kitten" has been caught by...
Related topics: Hackers, China, Russia, North Korea

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China-based Oil Firm Settles Iran Sanctions Violations, Us Says 

China-based Yantai Jereh Oilfield Services Group Co. Ltd. has agreed to pay more than $2.7 million to settle allegations it did business with Iran in violation of U.S. sanctions, the U.S. Treasury Department said Wednesday.  The department...
Related topics: China

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