Pentagon says Iran warships 'linked up' with cargo vessel
A coalition of Gulf Arab countries led by Saudi Arabia has imposed searches on all ships trying to enter Yemen in a bid to prevent weapons being smuggled to the Iran-allied Houthi group which controls much of the country, including Hodaida.
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Iran Sets Trial Date for Washington Post Reporter Jason Rezaian
New York Times
TEHRAN — Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post correspondent who has been detained in Iran for almost 10 months and accused of spying for the United States, will go on trial on May 26, the judicial authorities told the state news media on Tuesday.
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Iran sets court date for Washington Post's Jason Rezaian
Trial of Washington Post reporter with Marin roots in Iran to start next week
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Accused of economic mismanagement, Ahmadinejad, who was in office from 2005 to 2013, used funds gained from a then-high oil price to finance populist policies. He spent Iran's petrodollars on the controversial scheme at a time when western sanctions ...
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Rick Santorum's claim that he's responsible for the 'crushing sanctions' on Iran
Washington Post (blog)
“Twelve years ago I introduced a bill on Iran to put sanctions in place. You know those crushing sanctions that brought Iran to the table? I was the author that put those sanctions in law 12 years ago. And I was opposed by none other than Barack Obama ...
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Israel slams US for allegedly allowing Iran to violate sanctions
Jerusalem Post Israel News
The United States, Britain, China, France, Russia and Germany, are in the midst of negotiations with Tehran to finalize a deal by June 30 aimed at preventing Iran from using its nuclear energy program to develop atomic weapons, in exchange for an ...
Israel: US let Iran plane deal go ahead despite sanctions
Israel says Iran violated sanctions by purchasing aircraft
With nuclear deal in sight, Iran drives harder bargain in Indian trade talks
Iran denies involvement in 1994 bombing of Jewish centre in Argentina
Ali Akbar Velayati, Iran's foreign minister in 1994 and current foreign affairs adviser to the country's supreme leader, described allegations of Iranian involvement in the attack that killed 85 people and injured hundreds “unfounded, false” and a “lie ...
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