Iran accuses Saudi Arabia of promoting terrorism
TEHRAN, Iran - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused archrival Saudi Arabia Sunday of promoting poverty and terrorism by continuing to bomb Yemeni rebels and supporting armed rebels fighting to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad in Syria.
Iran's Rouhani urges Muslims to fix Islam's global image
The US Cannot Influence Iran's Domestic Politics
Iran official urges opposition to new US visa rules
A bill passed by Congress this month bars citizens from 38 mainly European countries from travelling to the United States without a visa if they have previously visited Iran, Iraq, Syria or Sudan since 2011. It also requires a visa for citizens of ...
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Oil Halts Gains Near 3-Week High as Iran Says Exports `Priority'
Oil in New York halted gains near a three-week high as Iran repeated its goal of boosting exports after sanctions on the country are lifted. Futures lost as much as 0.7 percent, falling the first time in five days. Iran's priority is to boost crude ...
Iran releases pastor after 5 years, 74 lashes
Instead of being released on his slated date in December 2017, the pastor was informed by Iranian officials of his Dec. 10. 2015 release earlier this year in July, according to World Watch Monitor — a Christian nonprofit organization serving the ...
Iran Prefers Bernie Sanders for President in 2016
Democrats are more likely to honor the nuclear deal, which Iran needs to push the U.N. Security Council to lift crippling economic sanctions. This will enhance its legitimacy globally, which will facilitate its trade and military activities in other ...
Which US presidential candidate is Iran's favorite?
Obama yields to Russia and Iran, puts Bashar Assad ouster on back burner
New York Times
35 years after release, survivors of the US-Iran hostage crisis could receive ...
The Carter-era agreement that freed the hostages in 1981, known as the Algiers Accords, promised the Iranian government immunity from suits associated with the hostage-taking. These new funds will be distributed by the US government from a $8.9 billion ...
Americans Held Hostage in Iran Win Compensation 36 Years Later
Former American hostages in Iran will receive compensation
Americans held in Iran during 444-day hostage crisis finally get compensation
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Former Minnesota hostage in Iran withholding comment on compensation until ...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The compensation plan came about after a court decision that forced the Paris-based bank BNP Paribas to pay a $9 billion penalty for violating sanctions against Iran, Sudan and Cuba. Some of the money became available to compensate victims of ...
Compensation due Iran-held hostages
Ten Reasons Why Iran's Upcoming Elections Are Highly Important
Two nationwide elections will be held in Iran on 26 February 2016. One is for the new Majles (parliament), and the second one for the Assembly of Experts, a Constitutional body that appoints the Supreme Leader. Throughout the history of the Islamic ...
The road to choosing Iran's new leader
Iran Looks To Build On Momentum
Iran oil minister denies heavy oil discounting as market share battle looms
As Iran prepares for the lifting of international sanctions related to its nuclear programme next year, Bijan Namdar Zangeneh, the oil minister, told the government's Islamic Republic News Agency (Irna) that the country would offer only “regular and ...
Iran's oil plunges below $30
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 ...