Iran to boost security and trade ties with Pakistan
Pakistan, a majority Sunni country, has traditionally close ties with Saudi Arabia, which is hostile to Iran, a Shia power. The kingdom accuses Tehran of supporting Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen against the internationally recognised president, Abd Rabbu ...
Iran's Rowhani making first visit to Pakistan as president
Pakistan, Iran Aim to Enhance Trade, Border Security Ties
Pakistan, Iran Vow To Boost Economic Ties
Voice of America (blog)
Iran Says Missile Launch Was Not Violation
Voice of America (blog)
Some members of the U.S. Congress have asked for more sanctions against Iran. “Iran is developing a nuclear program, so that they can put it on top of a ballistic missile …,” Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado told VOA just days after the launch.
US blacklists firms, individuals over Iran missile program
Republicans worry Obama is opening door to new Iran relief
US imposes new sanctions on Iranian firms over ballistic missile test
Long War Journal
Iran deploys Army Special Forces to Syria and Iraq
Long War Journal
A senior commander in Iran's Army told reporters on Mar. 23 that Special Forces would be deployed as “advisors” to Syria and Iraq. This would mark the first time that Army forces – in this case, commandos and snipers of the Rapid Response Battalions ...
Iraq Isn't Lost to Iran
Is Iran becoming a major regional arms producer?
Iranian Cyber Attack on New York Dam Shows Future of War
The first nationstate warfare took place between soldiers on the ground, and then ships at sea. In the 20th Century, the battles moved into the skies. On Thursday, the Justice Department claimed Iran had attacked U.S. infrastructure online, by ...
Iran indictments, sanctions send signal to Obama nuclear deal critics
US charges Iran-linked hackers with targeting banks, NY dam
Iranian Hacker Indictment Part of US "Name and Shame" Tactic
Jack Goldsmith: Is the US a Hypocrite on Iran Cyberattack?
David Sanger of the New York Times reports that intelligence experts have long speculated that attacks “were intended to be retaliation for an American-led cyberattack on Iran's main nuclear enrichment plant.” Sanger adds that “Iran's computer networks ...
Iran air ambulance helicopter crashes, killing all on board
An air ambulance helicopter crashed on Friday in Iran's central province of Fars, killing everyone on board, Iranian media reported. State TV said the helicopter was taking a patient from a remote area to the city of Shiraz when it crashed. The patient ...
How security pros blunted alleged Iran cyber attacks
New criminal charges linking Iran to 2011-2013 cyber attacks on the U.S. put suspects' names and faces on an episode that plagued 46 banks and financial institutions nationwide — and hundreds of thousands of their customers. Account holders who logged ...
US hacking accusations against Iran 'ridiculous': Expert
The recent US accusations against Iran over a campaign of cyber attacks on American banks are “ridiculous” and “funny” when Washington has been guilty of the same crime for years, an American writer and political analyst says. The Stuxnet computer worm ...
Who's the Real 'Aggressor in Cyberspace'? US Hypocrisy in Iran Hacker Case
The indictment of 7 Iranian hackers by the Justice Department for cyber attacks on American banks and a New York dam laid bare tensions in the US establishment, in which some actors are trying to undermine Iran's nuclear deal, political analyst Eric ...
Trend News Agency
Air Ambulance Helicopter Crashes in Iran, Killing 7
Iran's official IRNA news agency says that an air ambulance helicopter has crashed in southern Iran, killing all seven onboard. The report Friday says the helicopter was carrying a patient in a serious condition from a remote area to the southern city ...
Iran air ambulance helicopter crashes, killing all on board: media
Copter crash in Iran kills 9
At Least Seven Killed In Iranian Emergency Helicopter Crash