Iran indicates willingness to release American hostages — if the U.S. sends more money
Days after Iran sentenced an Iranian-American businessman and his father each to 10 years in prison, the Ayatollah said he is willing to release them on one condition: That the U.S. send “many billions of dollars” as a ransom payment. An Iranian news ...
Family fears Iran imprisonment is a death sentence for elderly American
Iran just raised its price for the next hostage ransom | New York Post
No Justice in Iran
Cautious Western insurers rebuild business ties with Iran | Reuters
Western insurers are slowly reaching deals with Iran as they seek to re-enter a multi-billion dollar market although the pace of business is hampered by banking ...
Insurance firms expect Iran opening in 2017
Iran Proving To Be Its Own Worst Enemy For Oil Development
Despite Iran's efforts to re-enter the oil market, and amid promises two years ago by the country to open up the industry to foreign market after the sanctions against it were lifted, investors are still having difficulty making any real headway in the ...
The 16 Companies That Are The First To Benefit From An Iran Oil Payday
Philippines eye oil supplies from Iran
Iran keen on buying more PHL bananas, exploring cooperation in infra, energy
Smart Power: Cash-Flush Iran Steps Up Funding to Radical Group Attacking US Ships
Iran has stepped up weapons transfers to the Houthis, the militia fighting the Saudi-backed government in Yemen, U.S., Western and Iranian officials tell Reuters, a development that threatens to prolong and intensify the 19-month-old war. The increased ...
Ayotte wants to know if US payment to Iran helped facilitate missile attacks on Navy ship
Top US General: Iran Likely Behind Attacks on US Ships Near Yemen
Commentary: Why Iran probably isn't behind the attacks on US warships
The U.S. Navy launched cruise missiles at radar sites in areas controlled by Iran-backed Houthi forces in retaliation for attempted missile strikes on U.S. vessels, and Iran reportedly sent warships to the waters off Yemen. The moves risked bringing ...
Iran Ships More Weapons to Houthi Rebels in Yemen
Opinion: The Danger of Connecting Iran Nuclear Deal with Attacks on U.S. Warships
Iran Smuggling More Weapons to Yemeni Rebels Via Oman
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'Stakes' Ad Pushes for Support of Iran Sanctions Act Extension
Washington Free Beacon
A new ad from the advocacy group 45Committee calls for Americans to support extending the Iran Sanctions Act sponsored by House and Senate Republicans. The ad details Iran's status as the world's largest state sponsor of terrorism that is responsible ...
Why an Iran-Style Deal Isn't Possible with North Korea
Why the Iran-Russia Relationship Is So Uneasy
Although recently Russia has firmly allied itself with the Iran-led Shia axis in the Middle East, Russian-Iranian relations are far from the strategic partnership they are often seen as. Despite increased military cooperation, Russian-Iranian relations ...
Iran Fears Being Side-lined by Russia in Syria
Monsef's recent Iran visit strange and troubling
Maryam Monsef says she visited Iran in 2014. Travelling to Iran, however, is no easy feat. Especially for a person carrying a Canadian passport. I know from personal experience. In 2014, after my wedding, I wanted to travel to Iran to visit my new in-laws.
Monsef visit to Iran raises questions
Iran seeking 'many billions of dollars' in ransom to free US hostages ...
Iran is seeking “many billions of dollars” in payments from the United States in exchange for the release of several U.S. hostages still being detained in Iran, ...
John McAfee: 'Iran hacked the DNC, and North Korea hacked DYN'
John McAfee -- in an email exchange and follow up phone call just moments ago -- said sources within the Dark Web suggest it was Iran, and he absolutely agrees. While Russian hackers get more media attention nowadays, Iranian hackers have had their ...