Tehran blocks sale of video game depicting Iran's 1979 revolution
The Iranian regime has banned the sale of a video-game that gives players a first-person perspective of the 1979 Iranian revolution. "1979 Revolution: Black Friday", which was created by an Iranian-born game designer and his wife and released back in ...
Iran denies visas to GOP lawmakers
“In sum, we consider your visa request to have been a publicity stunt and not an appropriate request to visit a sovereign country; and it has, and will continue to be, treated in that spirit,” Iran said in a letter sent to them via the State Department ...
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Iran, India expanding bilateral ties could reshape politics in Asia
Nearly a year after its passage, the nuclear deal with Iran — formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action — remains a political football in Washington. In response to pressure from Tehran, the Obama administration continues to seek ...
After welcoming India-Iran Chabahar Port deal, 'jealous' China now says project is bound to fail
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How Iran Wins in the Strait of Hormuz
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Just last month, General Hossein Salami, the deputy commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, said that Iranian forces will close the Strait if the United States "threatens" Iran. "If the Americans and their regional allies want to pass through the ...
The Champ in Photos: Muhammad Ali's 1993 Trip to Iran
General puts Iran among top five with precision-guided missiles
The Omani 'back channel' to Iran and the secrecy surrounding the nuclear deal
One of the mysteries of Campaign 2016 is why the Iran nuclear deal has vanished as an issue. But a new book reveals some startling details about how the diplomacy with Tehran began in secret, long before reformers took power there, and the crucial role ...
US lawmakers want more Iran sanctions, but can't agree
The Iran Sanctions Act, which imposed nuclear, missile and terrorism sanctions on Iran, expires at the end of 2016, and both Democrats and Republicans in Congress support extending it. But Senator Ben Cardin, the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign ...
U.S. Said to Rebuff EU Bid to Shield Banks on Iran Sanctions
Obama's Legacy: Dismal Iran Deal
Iran Calls Congressmen's Attempt to Visit Iran, Verify Nuclear Deal a 'Publicity Stunt'
Fox News Reporter Grills White House Over 'Edited' Iran Briefing Transcript
About a month ago, we reported that White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest misheard a question from Fox News correspondent Kevin Corke, and appeared to answer “no” when asked if he could state definitively that no White House official had ever lied ...
White House Can't Explain Omission of Damaging Line About Iran
Ben Rhodes, Obama adviser who pushed 'narrative' about Iran deal, defends himself
Saudi Arabia Hikes Oil Prices, Will Iran Follow?
It was only a few months ago that Saudi Arabia and Iran were racing to cut deals with Asian customers, undercutting each other, driving prices lower, towards the $20s. Now, Saudi Arabia is raising prices for Arab Light crude in Asia for the second ...
Why Did Iran's Crude Oil Production Rise in May 2016?
Iran is as bad as Isil in mistreating civilians
But as soon as the campaign to liberate Fallujah got under way, its civilian inhabitants suddenly found themselves confronting another, equally terrifying threat: Iran's vengeful Shia militias. The deep-rooted hatred between Iraq's rival Sunni and Shia ...
Iraqis Say Iran is Just as Bad as ISIS
Gay mullah flees Iran over secret same-sex weddings
In Iran, homosexuality is banned and punishable by execution under its strict code of sharia, or Islamic law. In a country dominated by the religious class, being gay is taboo, and especially among the establishment. One Iranian gay cleric, who ...