Tehran

Iran's Rouhani Says Tehran 'will Eventually Win' In 'battle Of Wills' With Us

Earlier, amid an investigation by US lawmakers into alleged plans by the Trump administration to transfer sensitive nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif blasted Washington over what he said was its "hypocricy" on...
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Khamenei: Eu Signatories Of Nuclear Deal Are Deceiving Tehran

At the same time, European signatories to the deal, striving to preserve the accord, were recently slammed by US Vice President Mike Pence, who stated that they were "undermining the US sanctions". A day before, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad...
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Tehran Says Risk Of War With Israel Great, Reportedly Summons Pakistan's Envoy

The deadly attack took place on 13 February and claimed the lives of at least 27 and left 13 others wounded. The Sunni Jaish ul-Adl group has claimed responsibility for the assault. Reacting to the attack, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps...
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Warsaw Meeting Eyes Tehran Malign Influence In The Region

The Warsaw meeting is a global campaign seeking to rally the world behind a new plan for the Middle East. This conference characterized as an attempt to create “a better, more stable Middle East,” in which the main goal is to apply...
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Europe's Vehicle For Iran Trade Is Attempt To 'break American Sanctions' - Pence

A Special Purpose Vehicle, called INSTEX (short for Instrument for Supporting Trade Exchanges) was created by Paris, Berlin, and London at the beginning of February in order to continue trading with Tehran and to avoid US sanctions imposed on Iran.
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Iranian Cryptocurrency Ready To Challenge Bitcoin And Save Tehran From Sanctions

Iranian authorities, together with four local banks and Ghoghnoos, have launched the PayMon cryptocurrency backed by gold reserves, aiming to bypass international sanctions. No other country has ever used gold reserves to back a cryptocurrency....
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Us Intensifies Sabotage Campaign On Iran’s Missiles, Space Program – Report

The US initiated and “accelerated” a secret program to sabotage Iran’s rocket and missile tests as part of a campaign to weaken Tehran’s military and suffocate its economy, the New York Times reports.
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Iranian Fm Strikes Back At Trump, Bolton Over "40 Years Of Failure" Remarks

On Monday, Iran celebrated the 40th anniversary of the country's Islamic Revolution, during which US-backed ruler Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi was ousted and revolutionaries led by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini took power in Tehran.
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Iranian Revolution Stirred Middle East 'like Nothing Has In Centuries' - Prof

Iran is marking 40 years since the Islamic revolution: on 1 February 1979, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returned to Tehran from Paris after 14 years in exile. The return of the outspoken critic of Iran’s former ruler Mohammad Deza Shah Pahlavi...
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Iran’s Oil Revenues Increased By Almost 50% Despite Sanctions - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Tehran’s revenue from oil exports in the first nine months of the current Iranian year — which runs from 21 March 2018 to 20 March 2019 — have increased by 48.9 percent year-on-year despite the reimposition of US sanctions,...
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Tehran’s ‘house Of Fear’ (photos)

In a central district of Tehran, the Ebrat Museum of Torture can be found. Until 1979 what is now a museum was the SAVAK government-operated prison where political prisoners were subjected to the most horrific and perverse torture.
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Russian Envoy: New Israel-lebanon Conflict May Stem From Us Activities In Region

BEIRUT (Sputnik) - A new conflict could erupt between Israel and Lebanon as a result of the United States' actions aimed at sowing discord in the region as well as Washington's campaign against Tehran and the Lebanese Hezbollah movement, Russian...
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Poland Excluded Iran From Middle East Summit Over Tehran's Tensions With Us

WARSAW (Sputnik) - Iran has not been invited to a Middle East conference in Warsaw due to its strained ties with the United States, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Bartosz Cichocki said Friday.
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Iranian Diplomat Chats Terror Plan With Tehran Officials

European intelligence services have evidence that Asadollah Asadis, an Iranian official under diplomatic cover, was involved in last year’s plot to bomb a rally outside Paris. The evidence against Asadollah Asadis comes from his contacts with...
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Torture Still Scars Iranians 40 Years After Revolution

TEHRAN, Iran — The halls of the former prison in the heart of Iran’s capital now are hushed, befitting the sounds of the museum that it has become. Wax mannequins silently portray the horrific acts of torture that once were carried out within...
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Iranian Lawyers Condemn Tehran's Jailing Of Colleague, Demand Release

A group of Iranian lawyers has condemned Iran's government for imprisoning a fellow lawyer convicted of slandering a former official and demanded that their colleague be released. In an open letter to the Iranian people dated Monday and shared...
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Tehran Bats Away Eu Criticism Of Iranian Missile Tests

Iran dismissed European Union criticism of its missile program, regional policies and rights record on Tuesday, highlighting their increasingly testy relationship as both sides seek to salvage a troubled nuclear deal. Iran’s comments came a day...
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Iran Criticizes Greece, Italy For Not Buying Its Oil Despite Us Waivers

Iran's oil minister on Tuesday criticized Greece and Italy for not buying its oil despite U.S. waivers and said they had not offered Tehran any explanation for their decision. The United States granted the two countries exemptions along with six...
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Trump's Comments Enrage Iraqis: What's The Real Role Of Us Troops?

On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Mohammad Marandi, an expert on American studies and postcolonial literature who teaches at the University of Tehran.
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Feb. 1979 Return Of Ayatollah Saw Emergence Of Despotism

The Feb. 1979 return of Ayatollah Khomeini saw the emergence of despotism in Iran. February 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of Khomeini’s return to Tehran and the overthrowing of the Shah. Khomeini arrived in Tehran on Feb.1, 1979. Ayatollah...
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