Energy Giant Shell Inks Oil Deal With Iran
Royal Dutch Shell has signed a provisional agreement to develop oil and gas fields in Iran, a move that could signal energy companies will not be deterred from doing business with the Islamic Republic despite uncertainty whether a Trump administration ...
Shell Signs Preliminary Iran Oil Deal Despite Uncertainty Over Trump
Shell, Iran agree on future oil and gas development
Shell, Total on track for Iran energy deals
How Iran closed the Mosul 'horseshoe' and changed Iraq war
But Tehran, anxious that retreating fighters would sweep back into Syria just as Iran's ally President Bashar al-Assad was gaining the upper hand in his country's five-year civil war, wanted Islamic State crushed and eliminated in Mosul. The sources ...
Iran's big new oil deal with Shell will help keep its nuclear agreement safe from Trump
Iran is showing signs of attracting major foreign investment in its long-neglected oil fields. That's good news for its economy, and it could make it harder for Donald Trump to reinstitute sanctions against the country should he try to fulfill his ...
Iran vows not to let Trump destroy nuclear deal
Iran's President Says Donald Trump Can't Tear Up Nuclear Pact
State Dept Admits Iran Is Wrong, Trump Actually Can Rip Up Nuclear Deal
Wall Street Journal
British premier, Gulf Arab nations pledge to counter Iran
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — British Prime Minister Theresa May and leaders from six Gulf Arab countries agreed Wednesday to counter Iran's “destabilizing activities,” a pledge meant to calm nerves following the nuclear deal with world powers.
Theresa May 'clear-eyed' over Iran threat
UK Leader Calls Iran Nuclear Deal Critical for Regional Security
Iran nuclear deal 'vital', warns Theresa May after Donald Trump vows to scrap it
The National Interest Online (blog)
Will the Trump Administration Start a War with Iran?
The National Interest Online (blog)
The direct stakes in whether the Trump administration adheres to the agreement that restricts the Iranian nuclear program are important enough, in terms of nuclear nonproliferation. Also important are the opportunities to build on that agreement ...
Iran takes fight to UN in strongly-worded letter as US extends sanctions
Why the Iran nuclear agreement is a deal worth honouring
Iran nuclear deal offers best chance for peace
Iran anticipates arrival of European energy representatives
Sanctions pressures on Iran started easing in January after the United Nations confirmed compliance with a multilateral nuclear agreement brokered last year. European sanctions are easing faster than those enacted by the United States, though some ...
Islamic Republic of Iran: Minority Report
The science fiction movie Minority Report portrays a criminal justice system where citizens are arrested based on their foreknowledge of a pre-crime yet to be committed. Only this is no longer fiction. It is now an actual reality in the Islamic ...
Instagram models accused of 'un-Islamic acts' are being imprisoned in Iran
With Mattis, Trump Adds Another Iran Hawk to His Cabinet
Michael Flynn at the NSC and Mattis in the Pentagon means, among other things, that this is shaping up to be an administration of die-hard Iran hawks. And this is pretty much in keeping with Trump's campaign rhetoric. As early as September 2015, when ...
Video: Why Iran Should Be 'Very Afraid' of Trump's Pick to Run the Pentagon
Inside Iran's regime: Student tortured for FIVE years ESCAPES to tell of horror
... and electrocute her brother Farzad as they ordered her to tell them about opposition group the People's Mojaheidn Organisation of Iran (MEK). Intelligence authorities charged the siblings for speaking out against Iran's regime, with Ms Madadzadeh ...
Saudi Arabia sentences 15 people to death for spying for Iran
A Saudi court on Tuesday sentenced 15 people to death for spying for the kingdom's arch-adversary Iran, Saudi-owned media reported, a ruling that could heighten antagonism between the regional powers. The Specialised Criminal Court in Riyadh ...
Iran denies link to alleged spy cell in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Court Orders Executions for 15 Accused of Spying for Iran
Saudi Arabia to execute 15 people over spying for Iran