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Russian Raids on Syria From Iranian Air Base Finished, Tehran Says
Wall Street Journal
A military alliance between Tehran and Moscow showed signs of strain as newly launched Russian bombing missions to Syria from an Iranian air base came to a quick end and Iran's defense minister accused Russia of “showing off.” Russia and Iran had ...
Russia says future use of Iran air base depends on Syria circumstances
Moscow and Tehran: Russia done launching Syrian airstrikes from Iran
Iran Revokes Russia's Use of Air Base, Saying Moscow 'Betrayed Trust'
State Department issues updated travel warning for Iran
The State Department issued an updated travel warning on Monday for Americans, especially Iranian-Americans, on the risks of travel to Iran, even after the U.S. signed a nuclear deal and made a $400 million cash payment to the country that was ...
State Dept Warns: Iran Seeking to Capture US Citizens
State Department Reissues Travel Warning for Iran
Dual US-Iranian nationals travelling to Iran risk arrest
Obama and Iran: A Misguided Messianic Mission
On August 3, Wall Street Journal reporters Jay Solomon and Carol E. Lee broke a story suggesting that contrary to longstanding U.S. policy, the Obama administration paid the Islamic Republic of Iran a ransom for the return of Americans held captive.
Report: Obama Bowed To Iranian Wishes And Let Syria Cross The Red Line [VIDEO]
Russia, Iran team up to rule Middle East
Until Iran balked on Monday, Russian warplanes systematically flew out of Hamadan air base in western Iran and included the TU-22M3, the Backfire strategic bomber of Cold War infamy, and the SU-34 Fullback strike fighter. Not only did this reduce ...
Illinois lawmaker likens Obama to 'drug dealer-in-chief' after Iran ...
Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk slammed President Barack Obama and his administration Saturday for the delivery of a $400 million payment to Iran in exchange for the ...
White House Spokesman Denies Ransom Paid for Americans Prisoners Released by Iran
White House insists payment to Iran was not ransom
Kirk: Obama like 'drug dealer in chief' on $400M Iran payment
Iran's foreign minister begins Latin America tour with Cuba visit
"Zarif's trip is a clear indication of Iran's intent to expand its operations in the Americas post-nuclear deal given that in the past, press reports have stated that Hezbollah maintains a presence in Cuba, Iran helped open a military facility in ...
Iran Says Will Open New Chapter in Relations With Cuba
Cuba and Iran seek to strengthen economic ties
Iran seeks closer ties with Cuba
Keep Iran at arm's length
Even before the West made the last in the continuing series of concessions that became the disturbing P5+1 Iranian nuclear deal, a campaigning Justin Trudeau asserted more than a year ago that he would “re-engage” with Iran and reopen Canada's ...
The White House Is Hiding the Missing Link of the Iran Ransom Payment
The Weekly Standard (blog)
The White House says the $1.7 billion it agreed to give Iran in January wasn't in exchange for the release of American hostages but rather to settle a $400 million arms deal that fell apart after the shah was toppled in 1979. The additional $1.3 ...
Riddle of $1.3 Billion for Iran Might Relate to 13 Outlays Of Exactly $99999999.99
Iran Says New Missiles Will Be Designed Specifically To Kill US Ships
The Islamic Republic of Iran plans to build new high-speed cruise missiles that could pose a significant threat to U.S. ships operating in the Persian Gulf. Iranian defense minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan announced Sunday that his country made ...
Iran to buy Sukhoi fighter jets From Russia
Iran releases images of 1st self-manufactured missile defense system
Iran releases first photos of new missile defence system
Rio 2016: Ontario volunteer chosen as Iran's flag-bearer at closing ceremonies
Carrying a nation's flag at the Olympics is considered by many to be an incredible honour, and the Iranian delegation entrusted a Hamilton, Ont. area man to be the only representative of their country at the Rio Olympics closing ceremony Monday evening.
How a 22-year-old Hamiltonian got to carry the Iranian flag in Rio's closing ceremonies