Former American hostages in Iran will receive compensation
Washington (CNN) They have waited for more than 36 years. Now the Americans who were held hostage at the U.S. Embassy in Iran and/or their families will receive financial compensation for their ordeal, because of a little-noticed part of a budget bill ...
Former Iran hostages will receive up to $4.4M each in compensation, report says
Americans Held Hostage in Iran to Receive Compensation, Thanks to Budget Bill
Americans Held Hostage in Iran Win Compensation 36 Years Later
Imprisoned reporter in Iran allowed longer visit with family
U.S. News & World Report
Rezaian, 39, was born in California and holds both U.S. and Iranian citizenships. He was convicted in closed proceedings earlier this year after being charged with espionage and related allegations. The length of his sentence has not been disclosed ...
Iran: Relatives Visit a Jailed Reporter
US reporter jailed in Iran allowed Christmas visit by family
The Washington Post reporter jailed in Iran was allowed to see his family for ...
Iran delusional about its oil potential: OilPrice
After 37 miserable years of the so-called Islamic Republic (IR) and more than $1.6 trillion of oil income, Iran's oil and gas infrastructure has become ineffective and is suffering from poor management and chronic corruption. As a result, the well ...
Lifting Sanctions On Iran: Implications For Global Market – Analysis
US companies test the waters in Iran as sanctions lifted soon
“Major US companies do not seem worried any more with covering their tracks in Iran, suggesting a high degree of confidence in the end of the embargo,” said Denis Florin, head of Paris-based energy consultancy Lavoisier Conseil, who advises foreign ...
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Closer Russia-Iran cooperation to change geopolitical situation in Middle East
Which US presidential candidate is Iran's favorite?
Republicans view Iran's increasing influence in the Middle East as a national security threat. They tend to criticize Tehran more harshly than Democrats for its increasing military activities in Iraq and Syria. Democratic candidates prefer to reduce ...
New York Times
Iran Sanctions Could Be Lifted As Soon As January
Iran has been dismantling parts of its nuclear program faster than many anticipated and could meet its obligations for the lifting of some sanctions as soon as January, according to some officials monitoring the agreement. Iran's nuclear deal with ...
Tensions Rise Over US Visa Measure That Could Affect Iran Nuclear Accord
Iran Says US Violated Nuclear Deal with Visa Waiver Law
Iran Breached the Nuclear Deal -- Iran's Largest Ballistic Arsenal in the ...
New York Post
How US hostages held by Iran got to hear Super Bowl XIV
New York Post
In November 1979, 26-year-old Alex Paen, a cub reporter at KMPC Radio in Los Angeles, convinced his bosses to send him to Iran to cover the story of the 52 American hostages held at the US Embassy in Tehran. It helped Paen's case that Los Angeles was ...
NFL Film Details Exchange Of Super Bowl Tapes With Iranian Hostages
Year in review 2015: Iran nuclear deal could redefine US relations with the ...
The Iran nuclear deal, if successfully implemented, lies at the heart of Barack Obama's vision for a new relationship between the United States and the Middle East, one that could transform the strategic order that has guided the region since the end ...
New York Times
Iran Says New US Visa Rule May Violate Nuclear Pact
New York Times
TEHRAN — A new United States visa restriction that applies to Europeans and others who have visited so-called high-risk countries has led to angry reactions in Iran, where some leaders say the decision is a violation of the nuclear agreement reached ...
US Reassures Iran on Visa Restrictions
Republicans blast Kerry for suggesting Iran could skirt new visa rules
Iran provokes the world as Obama does nothing
Argentina and the Cost of Collaborating With Iran
JNS.org – Next month marks the first anniversary of the death of Alberto Nisman, the Argentine federal prosecutor who spent a decade investigating the 1994 Iranian-backed bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires. In that massacre, 85 people ...