Iranian vessel points weapon at US helicopter: officials
WASHINGTON A small Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard vessel pointed its weapon at a U.S. military helicopter in the Strait of Hormuz on Saturday, two U.S. defense officials told Reuters on Monday, an action they described as "unsafe and unprofessional.".
Iran military vessel pointed weapon at US helicopter, Pentagon officials say
Iranian patrol boat trains its weapon on US Navy helicopter
Iran-US Relations Update: Confrontation In Straits of Hormuz, Revolutionary Guard Ship Points Weapon At American ...
Underground Church movement grows in Iran despite regime's efforts
Hundreds of Iranian citizens have been converting to Christianity, and many are being baptized in large ceremonies in underground churches held in private homes across the country. This month, Christian ministry ELAM estimated that more than 200 ...
These stunningly beautiful photos show what ordinary life in Iran is like
Photographic work coming out of Iran isn't necessarily a rarity. But the vast majority of the work is either focused on political photo ops or, when it tries to go beyond that, depictions of anti-Western sentiments (billboards) or just street scenes ...
How Iran, Russia Could Derail OPEC Deal
On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said they had agreed to coordinate their production, though they didn't disclose details. That pledge fell short of the agreement to cut that Saudi Arabia has been looking ...
How Iran, Russia Could Derail Oil-Production Deal
OPEC delegates reach output proposal, 'concerns' on Iraq, Iran remain: UAE delegate
Iran Pulls Ahead in Race to Supply India With Oil
Unfinished Business With Iran
Iran has been at war with the United States since 1979. That we have chosen not to formally recognize the conflict has not lessened their aggression, nor diminished the unique danger they continue to pose. Presidents from Carter to Obama have passed ...
Iran Analyst: Top Tehran Regime Officials Trying to 'Blackmail' US Into Making Further Concessions
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Expert: Iran Falsely Accusing US of Violating Nuclear Deal to Gain More Concessions
Top Iranian general: Iran may seek naval bases in Yemen or Syria
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran may seek to set up naval bases in Yemen or Syria in the future, the chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces said in remarks published on Sunday. His comments, likely to be of concern to Shi'ite Iran's Sunni regional rival ...
Iran considers naval bases in Yemen, Syria
Iran considers naval bases in Syria, Yemen
Iran to blame for Gulf militarisation, new report says
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How Iran Hopes the Nuclear Deal Will Revive Its Economy
The National Interest Online
From the beginning of his presidency, Hassan Rouhani and his team considered the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) negotiated between Iran and several world powers in July 14, 2015, to be a first step in a grander plan to normalize Iran's ...
Iranian judicial authorities attempt arrest of MP
The Guardian (blog)
Judicial authorities in Iran have attempted to arrest a parliamentarian despite his legislative immunity because of the MP's scrutiny of the judiciary chief's personal financial conduct. Mahmoud Sadeghi, an MP close to the reformist camp who represents ...
Why We Shouldn't Worry About Giuliani's Ties to an Iranian Resistance Group
Last week, Politico published an article critiquing the Mujahidin e-Khalq, or MEK, an Iranian resistance group, and the U.S. politicians who support it, especially former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. As a former Democratic member of the Senate Foreign ...
What Is Iran's Syria Policy After Donald Trump?
The election of Donald Trump as the new president of the United States came as an expected turn of events. Iran may be the most concerned regime, weighing how to adjust its approach, foreign in particular. The mullahs took full advantage of the ...