Iran

Another Khashoggi? Turks Cover Up Murder Of Iranian Dissident

Iranian agents holding diplomatic passports murdered a dissident in Istanbul in November 2019. However, the killing was hushed up so as not to embarrass Iran. It has many of the hallmarks of the murder of Saudi Arabian dissident and former insider...
Related topics: Jamal Khashoggi, Turkey, Istanbul

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Two U.s. Navy Aircraft Carriers Are Patrolling Near Iran. Is That Too Many?

David Axe Security, The U.S. Navy has deployed two of its precious nuclear-powered aircraft carriers to the Persian Gulf as part of a wider surge in forces the Pentagon hopes will deter attacks by Iran. But keeping two of the fleet’s 11...
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Iran’s Ababil 3 Drone Might Be A Bribe From A South African Telecom Company

Caleb Larson Security, Middle East Iran has a strong interest in finding low-cost solutions to difficult regional problems. Iran flies a wide range of drones, and has been doing so since at least the 1980s. Their newest designs are quite advanced...
Related topics: Drones

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The Untold Story Of How Iran Botched The Coronavirus Pandemic

The government learned early on about the outbreak—but, from a combination of cynicism and ideology, decided not to do anything

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Progressives Are Calling For U.s. Sanctions On Iran To Be Lifted Amid Covid-19 Crisis, But Biden...

Earlier this month, nine members of Congress called on the Trump administration to lift its sanctions on Iran in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Asked if he would support such a policy on Sunday, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden would not...
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Trump On Foreign Disinformation: 'they Do It And We Do It'

Trump told Fox News that 'every country,' including the United States, conducts disinformation campaigns. From the March 30 edition of Fox News' "Fox & Friends": BRIAN KILMEADE, Fox News: According to the Washington Post, Russia, Iran, and China...
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Shahed 129: Iran's Very Own Predator Drone That Fights F-15s?

Caleb Larson Security, Iran’s drones have typically been knock-off western technology with limited ordinance capacity and very limited range when compared to their American counterparts. But, Tehran’s drone program be getting a a major...
Related topics: Drones, Tehran

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Iran's Russian-built Kilo-class Submarines: Real Threat To The U.s. Navy?

Caleb Larson Security, Tough to track and kill.  Iran maintains a large fleet of submarines as the strategic port of Bandar Abbas, the majority of which are domestically manufactured. Most of Iran’s underwater fleet are midget submarines,...

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Trump Calls Report About Chinese Disinformation On Coronavirus Fake News, Says U.s. Does The Same...

Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade on Monday teed up President Donald Trump with a question on reporting that China, Russia and Iran are churning out disinformation on the coronavirus. He was likely surprised by the president’s...
Related topics: Donald Trump, China, Russia

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Pompeovirus? Iran Creatively Takes Aim At Us Secretary Of State For Sanctions Pressure Amid Pandemic

The longstanding tensions between the United States and Iran have become especially palpable in the past several weeks as Washington refuses to lift sanctions against Tehran, which is currently the second worst-hit nation in Asia in terms of the...
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Iran Defends Virus Response As Syria Reports First Death

Iran’s president has lashed out at criticism of authorities’ lagging response to the worst coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East
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Us-led Forces Pull Out Of 3rd Iraqi Base This Month

U.S.-led coalition forces have pulled out of an Iraqi military base that nearly brought Washington into an open war with Iran
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Iran's President Fires Back At Critics: 'this Is Not A Time For Political War'

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani fired back at those who are criticizing the country’s response to the coronavirus pandemic Sunday, saying, “This is not a time for political war.” Rouhani spoke at a Cabinet meeting where he said that Iran...

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Coronavirus Is No Reason To End Sanctions On Iran

Masih Alinejad Security, Middle East The regime continues to prioritize its security forces over the Iranian people. The Islamic Republic, and their lobby groups in the United States and Europe, have renewed a campaign to lift the U.S. sanctions...

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Christopher Preble Says Killing Soleimani Didn't Make America Safer

In early January, the United States took out Iran's top military leader, Gen. Qassem Soleimani, as he passed through Iraq. President Donald Trump's decision to order the killing of a foreign government official was controversial both at home and...
Related topics: Military, Iraq, Donald Trump

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Here's What Iran Could Do To American Forces With Its Own "maximum Pressure" Campaign

Sebastien Roblin Security, Middle East More missile strikes? Key point: Tehran has used its proxies and even direct attacks to make its displeasure known in Washington. The ensuing tit for tat could take the region into a war. By most accounts,...
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Family Of Ex-fbi Agent Robert Levinson Announces He Died In Iranian Custody, Iran Claims He Left...

Iranian Foreign Ministry spox: The longest serving U.S. prisoner "left Iran years ago for an unknown destination."
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The Situation In Iraq: Policy Implications For The West

A key aspect of the ongoing political crisis in Iraq is the anger directed at foreign meddling, and specifically, at the role played by Iran and its proxies. The IRGC Qods Force has penetrated deep into Iraqi power structures over the last 15 years.
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Top U.s. General Resists Trump Administration’s Efforts To Provoke War With Iran

A brave U.S. army lieutenant general may be risking his career to resist Trump administration efforts to provoke war with Iran. Robert P. White, who commands American forces in Iraq, last week wrote what the New York Times called a “blunt memo,”...
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How Many Nedas? Iran Sanctions Are Biological Warfare Against Civilians

Richard EskowGeneral view of a hospital where health officers, wearing masks and special protective suits, take care of a patient infected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) at a hospital in Tehran, Iran on March 02, 2020. (Photo: Fatemeh Bahrami/Anadolu...
Related topics: Tehran, World Photos

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