State TV: Iran flew drone over US aircraft carrier
Iran flew a surveillance drone over a U.S. aircraft carrier and took photographs of it as part of a naval drill, Iranian state TV reported Friday. The report, which did not name the vessel, said the incident happened on the third day of Iranian naval ...
Iran 'flies surveillance drone over US warship'
Iranian surveillance drone flies over US aircraft carrier in Persian Gulf
Iran claims it flew drone over US aircraft carrier, snapped photos
Flush with cash and free of sanctions, Iran's Rouhani mounts international shopping spree
Liberated from crippling international sanctions and flush with newly unfrozen assets, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani this week inked a flurry of lucrative deals with European companies during the first such tour for an Iranian leader since 1999. In ...
Iran's dealmaking with Europe: the seven biggest contracts
Iran and human rights
Iran selling oil to France and buying 118 Airbus planes
With Sanctions Gone, Iran Goes On A Shopping Spree In Europe
Less than two weeks after international sanctions were lifted, Iran is already cutting megadeals with Europe. The French automaker Peugeot-Citroen said Thursday it will return to Iran, while Iran appeared poised to buy at least 100 planes from Airbus.
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Iran Sending Thousands of Afghans to Fight in Syria
Human Rights Watch
(New York) – Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has recruited thousands of undocumented Afghans living there to fight in Syria since at least November 2013, Human Rights Watch said today, and a few have reported that Iranian authorities coerced ...
Iran coerces Afghans to fight in Syria, says report
Iran coerces Afghans to fight in Syria: HRW
Report: Iran coerces Afghans to fight in Syria
Iran is back in business
Iran is moving quickly to shake off the effects of a decade of international isolation and years of crippling sanctions that have stifled its economy. With a population of about 82m and annual gross domestic product estimated at $406bn, Iran will be ...
Obama administration admits cash from Iran deal will go directly to terrorism, Sen. Ron Johnson says
Iranian Oil Shipper Hopes to Make Up for Lost Time as Sanctions End
Exclusive: Iran's Supreme Leader Personally Set Conditions for Nuclear Deal: Negotiator
New York Times
Moderates Under Pressure in Iran
New York Times
Next month's elections in Iran do not bode well for Iranians eager for more political and social freedoms or for the promising new relationship with the West symbolized by the recent deal limiting Iran's nuclear program. Even before any ballots are ...
What Deal? State Department Issues New Warning About Travel to Iran
ir-map Despite the recent pact with Iran regarding the country's nuclear program and recent release of Americans who had been detained in the country, the State Department advised Americans to that travel to Iran was still highly dangerous and should ...
US says Americans traveling to Iran risk arrest
Americans who travel to Iran risk arrest, U.S. warns
US Issues New Iran Travel Warning After Prisoner Release
Fixers line up to help foreign investors do business in Iran
With Iran open for business now sanctions over its nuclear ambitions have been lifted, investors are being drawn to one of the largest untapped markets where the government hopes they will bring $50bn a year. But in a business environment marked by ...
Praising God for the Iran treaty
National Catholic Reporter (blog)
I was driving in the car alone when I heard the news that our treaty with Iran was in force and prisoners were being exchanged. I wanted to sing the "Te Deum." I did go home and find the Monks of Solemn singing it on YouTube. The treaty is an amazing ...
Iran Says It Won't Join Immediate OPEC Production Cut
Wall Street Journal
Iran wouldn't coordinate a crude-oil output reduction with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries until its own production returns to pre-sanctions levels, a top Iranian oil official said, potentially dashing market hopes of a supply cut ...
Oil rises, pares losses in January on hopes for production deal