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Iran-Led Push to Retake Falluja From ISIS Worries US
New York Times
BAGHDAD — American commandos are on the front lines in Syria in a new push toward the Islamic State's de facto capital in Raqqa, but in Iraq it is an entirely different story: Iran, not the United States, has become the face of an operation to retake ...
Iraqi Sunni politicians reject visit by Iran's Soleimani to Falluja
Iran commander Qassem Suleimani reportedly leading Fallujah war
Let's Hear No More Nonsense About Moderation in Iran
When the nuclear agreement with Iran was signed last year, one of the arguments for it was that it would help “moderates” in Tehran. And when Iran held parliamentary elections and elections for the clerical Assembly of Experts in February, many ...
Nose Jobs, Tummy Tucks and Breast Enhancements Take Off in Iran
TEHRAN — Plastic surgery is big business in Iran. Whether in a shopping mall, bazaar, on the crowded streets of Tehran or perusing Instagram posts, the parade of bandages temporarily hiding new-and-improved body parts make clear people from many ...
Iran Arrest 8 People for Making 'Obscene' Music Videos
An online report in Iran says authorities have arrested eight people for producing allegedly "obscene" music videos. The report by mizanonline.ir, a news outlet of the hard-line Iranian judiciary, is quoting Tehran prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi ...
Iran Arrests 8 Over 'Obscene' Music Videos
Iran arrests 8 for producing 'obscene' music videos
Iran regime arrests 8 for producing music videos
Saudi Arabia and Iran fail to reach deal on Hajj
Saudi Arabia and Iran have failed to reach a deal on arrangements for Iranians to attend this year's Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, with officials from both countries trading accusations on who was to blame for the impasse. Saudi officials accused their ...
Haj row escalates as Iran and Saudi Arabia miss new deal
Saudi Arabia biggest sponsor of terrorism: Iran
Saudi Arabia and Iran fail to reach hajj deal
Iranian Students Lashed 99 Times Over Coed Party
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TEHRAN — More than 30 college students were arrested, interrogated and within 24 hours were each given 99 lashes for attending a graduation party that included men and women, Iran's judiciary has announced. The punishments, which were believed to ...
Iran Punishes Dozens Of Partying College Students With 99 Lashes Each
Iranian students threw a graduation dance party. It cost them 99 lashes each.
Iran students flogged with 99 lashes for 'dancing and jubilating' at mixed party
Iran's generous offer
Mehdi Honerdoost, Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan, has apparently made an attempt to allay concerns of Pakistan regarding a recent deal finalised among Iran, India and Afghanistan under which the three states will cooperate for the completion of the ...
No competition: Pakistan sees no threat from Iran's Chabahar port
Chabahar deal 'not finished'; Pakistan, China welcome: Iran
India-Backed Chabahar Port Not A Rival To Gwadar, Iran Tells Pakistan
4 reasons Iran's new parliament is a really big deal
On May 28, Iran's newly elected parliament will be sworn in. It will be the 10th — and potentially the most consequential — elected assembly since the founding of the Islamic Republic in 1979. Of course, ultimate power rests in the hands of the ...
US seizure of Iranian assets may open old wounds
Iran's Holocaust denial is part of a malevolent strategy
The Islamic Republic of Iran held another Holocaust cartoon festival this month, inviting the usual despicable cast of characters. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif assured the New Yorker that although the event would proceed, Iran would ensure ...
Obama admin's breathtaking Israel-Iran double-standard