Iran

Tehran Taking Bite Out Of Apple? Company’s Products May Be Banned In Iran

Earlier, Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh, the Chairman of the National Security Commission of the Iranian Parliament of the Islamic Republic of Iran, said that “there are 15 plans to take countermeasures to counteract US anti-Iranian policy that will...
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Cia Chief Says Russia And Iran Are New Focus, praises Trump's North Korea Efforts

On the same day the Mueller report went public, CIA Director Gina Haspel made a rare public appearance at Auburn University outlining the Central Intelligence Agency's new priority to better understand "nation-state adversaries such as Russia and...
Related topics: CIA, Russia, North Korea

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Tehran's Senior Cleric Warns Of Eu's Possible Deception Amid Us Anti-iran Moves

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Tehran's Friday Prayer interim leader, Kazem Sedighi, during a traditional sermon, warned Iranian officials against having too much trust in Europe’s promises, claiming that European partners were not much different from the...
Related topics: Tehran, Russia, Moscow

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In Meetings In Turkey, Iran Vows To Get Around U.s. Sanctions

Zarif said that the US wants to control relations with other countries, hinting that Turkey must not be influenced by US views.
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Iran Sinks In Press Freedom Index After Jailing More Journalists 

This article originated in VOA's Persian service.     Media rights group Reporters Without Borders says Iran has slipped further toward the bottom of its World Press Freedom index because of an increase in arrests of Iranian journalists and...

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What Are The Biggest Risks Facing Global Oil Markets?

From Sam Meredith: Oil prices have soared since the start of the year, supported by ongoing OPEC-led supply cuts, escalating fighting in Libya and U.S. sanctions on Iran and Venezuela. Energy analysts tend to agree that a flurry of intensifying...
Related topics: OPEC, Libya, Venezuela

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Bulgaria Seizes 288 Kilos Of Heroin In Truck From Iran 

Bulgarian customs officials confiscated more than 288 kilograms (635 pounds) of heroin hidden on a truck from Iran, prosecutors announced Thursday.  The haul was the biggest amount of heroin seized at Bulgaria's borders this year, the customs...
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A Mystery Agent Is Doxing Iran's Hackers And Dumping Their Code

Iranian intelligence seems to be getting its own taste of a Shadow Brokers-style leak of secrets.
Related topics: Hackers

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Diego Garcia: The “unsinkable Carrier” Springs A Leak

Conn HallinanDiego Garcia is central to the U.S. war in Somalia, its air attacks in Iraq and Syria, and its control of the Persian Gulf, and would be essential in any conflict with Iran. (Image: Shutterstock)
Related topics: Somalia, Iraq, Syria

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Trump’s Veto Of Yemen War Resolution Protects Us Security Interests

President Donald Trump rebuffed congressional efforts to withdraw U.S. support from the war in Yemen on Tuesday, vetoing a bill that would have forced the U.S. to cease support for the Saudi-led Arab coalition fighting against Iran-backed Houthi...
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Jailed Iranian Journalist Gets Appeal Hearing After Months Of Isolation 

An Iranian court has held an appeal hearing for a jailed Iranian journalist and rights activist who faces a 12-year prison sentence for her social media criticisms of Iran’s judiciary. A report by Iran’s semi-official ISNA news agency quoted...
Related topics: Activism, Social Media

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Iran: Regime Officials Concerned About Consequences Of Terrorist Designation

Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs, organized a meeting with senior commanders of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), including Mohammad Ali Jafari, Commander-in-Chief of the IRGC, and Qasem Soleimani, Commander of the Qods...
Related topics: Terrorism

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Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Sudan And Libya Updates, Solutions For E-waste, Flood Response In Iran,...

At the top of the news agenda on Wednesday: updates on violence in Sudan’s Darfur and in Libya, how e-waste can become an employment opportunity, help for the 2 million affected by floods in Iran, and efforts to make the internet safer for...
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Ex-general Says Irgc Was In Bosnia Disguised As Aid Workers

Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) on April 17 denied the veracity of remarks by one of its former generals who has claimed to have worn Iran's Red Crescent Society's (IRCS) uniform for "military purposes" during the civil war in...
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Mike Pompeo Is Setting The Stage For War With Iran

What follows is a conversation between Larry Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, and Greg Wilpert of the Real News Network. Read a transcript of their conversation below or watch the video at the bottom of the...
Related topics: Mike Pompeo, Colin Powell, World Videos

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Iran Is Facing The Worst Locust Attack In 40 Years

A locust outbreak in the Arabian peninsula has been spreading to Iran, threatening crops and food security in large areas of the coastal province of Hormozgan, an official said. Director of a department at Horkozgan’s agricultural organization...

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Material Culture Art Exhibition Communicates Deep Personal Experiences To Transcend Cultural Borders

Maryam Khosrovani. Imprint | Location 3, Brooklyn | 2015 – 2016. Material Culture, a new exhibition in New York, features the works of five Iran-born artists who use “nonrepresentational forms” and a range of materials to create a visual...

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Iraq's Place In The Saudi Arabian-iranian Rivalry

Geneive Abdo, Firas Maksad Security, Middle East The new government in Baghdad walks a tightrope between appeasing Iran, the dominant power broker in Iraq, and capitalizing on new opportunities from Arab Gulf states, such as Saudi Arabia. The...
Related topics: Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Baghdad

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Riyadh Says Discussed Iran's Alleged Missile Deliveries To Houthis With Unsc

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Riyadh has raised the issue of Iran’s alleged illicit shipments of ballistic missiles to the Houthi rebels in Yemen at consultations with members of the UN Security Council, the Saudi minister told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow, Yemen

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Iran Ratifies Bill Designating Us Centcom As Terrorist Group - Reports

According to the Iranian Mehr news agency, 204 out of the 256 Iranian parliament members present voted in favour of the bill.
Related topics: Terrorism

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