Christian Science Monitor
A 'nightmare becoming reality'? Iran unveils American drone replica.
Christian Science Monitor
Today, Fars News Agency reported that while Iran's duplicate of the US RQ-170 Sentinel drone was smaller, it also had a “bombing capability to attack the US warships in any possible battle.” The story in Persian was headlined: “America's nightmare has ...
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Iran says it has built copy of captured American drone, will take it on test ...
#BBCtrending: The women in Iran taking off the hijab
Women across Iran are posting photos of themselves without the hijab to a dedicated Facebook page called "My Stealthy Freedom". The Facebook page was set up just over a week ago, and already has 130,000 "likes". Almost all are from people in Iran, both ...
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Washington Post (blog)
Iran leader slams West's 'stupid' missile stance before talks
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called on Iran's Revolutionary Guards to mass produce missiles and said the nuclear negotiations were not the place to discuss Tehran's defense program or to solve the problem of sanctions damaging the Iranian economy.
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Editor's note: Akbar Ganji is an Iranian journalist and dissident and was imprisoned in Tehran from 2000 to 2006. The views expressed are his own. Much has been said and written about liberalism, economics and even feminism in Iran. Yet despite much ...
Exclusive: UN experts' report shows Iran's deceptive procurement tactics
The latest report by the U.N. Panel of Experts, which monitors compliance with the Security Council's sanctions regime on Iran, said Tehran's attempts to illicitly procure materials for its disputed nuclear and missile programs may have slowed down as ...
Exclusive: Iran's illicit procurement appears to slow amid nuclear talks - UN ...
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran's attempts to illicitly procure materials for its disputed nuclear and missile programs appear to have slowed down as it pursues talks on a long-term accord with world powers, a U.N. expert panel said in a confidential report ...
Iran Claims to Have Copied American Spy Drone
What's This? Iran-drone Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, seated left, listens to an official during his visit at an aerospace exhibition in Tehran, Iran on May 11, 2014. Image: Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader/Associated Press. Lorenzo ...
Negotiations with Iran over nuclear program still face a major hurdle
Los Angeles Times
Three months into intense international negotiations over Iran's disputed nuclear development program, Tehran's team has surprised almost everybody with its apparent eagerness for a deal. Iranian negotiators have met all of their commitments under ...
Iran's President Gets Tepid Reception In First Year On The Job
Almost a year into Hassan Rouhani's presidency, the wave of high expectations that marked his rise to power in Iran has given way to impatience from his supporters and increasing attacks from his critics. As Iranian negotiators headed to New York last ...
APNewsBreak: UN's nuclear probe of Iran falters
VIENNA — A once-promising U.N. attempt to probe suspicions that Tehran worked on atomic arms is faltering — and with it, hopes that Iran and six world powers can meet their July target date for an overarching nuclear deal. A man poses for photographs ...