Iran trying to influence uprisings in West Asia: US
Daily News & Analysis
Place: Washington, DC | Agency: PTI The US today accused Iran of trying to "influence" a series of uprisings in the West Asia through its "proxies" like Hezbollah and Hamas, as it said that Tehran is involved with the opposition movements in Bahrain ...
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Iran is coming under increased scrutiny for the number of executions it carries out. Media reports from Iran on Wednesday reported the punishment for 10 drug traffickers. Human rights groups say Iran executes more people per capita than any other ...
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"We consider Iran as a friend and we wish to promote cooperation with Iran as a reliable partner," Jeremic said in a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Ali Akbar Salehi on the sidelines of the UN Disarmament Conference in Geneva. ...
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PARIS (Reuters) - An Iranian diplomat who defected last month said Tuesday that Iran's leaders would rather "slaughter" their own people than surrender power to any popular revolt inspired by uprisings across the Arab world. Ahmed Maleki, who was vice ...
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