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Former US Marine Amir Hekmati Sues Iran Over 'Torture'
Former U.S. Marine Amir Hekmati is suing Iran for the torture he says he suffered at the hands of Iranian spies and guards in prison in Tehran, including beatings, electric shocks and “extreme and continuous psychological torture,” during his more than ...
Marine veteran sues Iran for being tortured as hostage
Marine veteran suing Iran for torture during detainment
Former US marine Amir Hekmati sues Iran for abuse he endured in prison
Iran will sue US over decision to give terror victims $2 billion from frozen funds
"We will soon take the case of the $2 billion to the international court," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in a Tuesday speech in Kerman, southeastern Iran, as quoted by Reuters. "We will not allow the United States to swallow this money so easily.".
Kerry Tries to Drum Up Some Business in Europe for Iran
Iran's Oil Sector Returns to Form
Sec. Kerry: Businesses Using US Sanctions as Excuse to Avoid Iran
The Guardian (blog)
Was the Iran nuclear deal just a triumph of White House spin?
The Guardian (blog)
That view has been furiously rejected, unsurprisingly, by the people the NYT piece belittles, those who campaigned for a diplomatic solution to the impasse over Iran's nuclear programme that hung over the Middle East for more than 12 years. They point ...
Deception on—Not Just in—Iran
Still at War with Iran-Nuke Deal
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Family of woman held in Iran for five weeks will be allowed to visit
The authorities in Iran have promised the family of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian mother who has been held in solitary confinement for more than five weeks, that they may be allowed to meet her in jail. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who works for ...
Baby stranded in Iran after charity worker mom jailed without charge
Parents of British mother, Nazanin Ratcliffe, jailed in Iran hope to visit her in prison for first time
British mother held in Iran jail for 38 days can see her 22-month-old daughter
State Department Purged Video Archive To Cover Up Deception On Iran Negotiations
Recent revelations from a New York Times Magazine profile on Ben Rhodes, President Obama's deputy national security adviser for communication and speech writing, show that the administration was involved in secret talks with the Iranian government ...
State Department says 'glitch' responsible for missing moment on Iran talks
"Glitch"; After Obama Administration Caught Lying About Iran Deal, State Department Deletes Video to Cover Up
James Rosen: Obama Administration Deceived Public, Media to Sell Iran Deal
Iran almost ready to enter talks on oil production limits
Iran says it's almost ready to talk with other OPEC members about limiting oil production as the country's exports recover to levels reached before international sanctions crippled crude sales. Morgan Stanley and Barclays Plc say no agreement is in the ...
The New Yorker
Iran's Grim News from Syria
The New Yorker
Iran is taking increasingly heavy casualties in Syria. A statement from the Revolutionary Guards announced on Saturday that thirteen of the corps' élite forces were “martyred” in the escalating battle near Aleppo, Syria's largest city, which has become ...
Members of Iran's elite force killed in Syria clashes
Iranian officials blame Aleppo cease-fire violations for military casualties
Iran suffers losses in Syria, Aleppo truce extended
Does Iran's 'resistance economy' welcome foreign money?
TEHRAN, Iran — A small protest was held April 13 in front of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance building in the Iranian capital of Tehran, during which demonstrators gathered to criticize President Hassan Rouhani's administration for not ...
Iran to Challenge US Ruling on Payment to Terror Victims in ICJ
The 6-2 ruling upheld a 2012 law that said frozen Iranian assets held by a U.S. bank could be seized to pay legal judgements for Iran's involvement in the 1983 bombing of a U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut and other attacks, including the 1996 Khobar ...