Iran Executes Nuclear Scientist Who Was Convicted of Spying
New York Times
Shahram Amiri defected to the U.S. at the height of Western efforts to thwart Iran's nuclear program. When he returned in 2010, he was welcomed with flowers by government leaders and even went on the Iranian talk-show circuit. Then he mysteriously ...
Iran says it executed a nuclear scientist for spying
Spy saga comes to a close as Iran executes a nuclear scientist accused of giving info to the US
Iran executes nuclear scientist who returned to country from US
Cotton says cash to Iran sends 'dangerous' message to bad guys worldwide
Sen. Tom Cotton suggested Sunday that he'll accept President Obama's explanation that the roughly $400 million in cash to Iran amid the country holding several Americans captive was part of a decades-old settlement, but said the move sends a “dangerous ...
Donald Trump Weirdly Insists Iran Won't Use Most of $400 Million 'Ransom' For Terrorism
Arkansas Sen. Cotton rips Obama over $400M payment to Iran
That payment to Iran? It wasn't ransom
Iran must not be allowed to hold the West to ransom
A little more than a year ago, a deal to curb Iran's nuclear programme was announced. Its advocates billed it as a vital step in both enhancing global security and normalising long-strained the West's relations with the Islamic Republic. While the jury ...
Iran Becomes First Country To Ban Pokémon Go
Iran's Supreme Council of Virtual Spaces, which is a real thing and not the dystopian government from a sci-fi TV show, has announced that Pokémon Go has been banned in the country. As the BBC reports, the ban is “aimed at safeguarding the children who ...
Pokémon Go Banned in Iran Over Security Concerns
Pokémon Go catches its first national ban, in Iran | Digital Trends
Iran Bans Pokemon Go, Cites Security Threat
Iran Confirms Secret Nuclear Agreement: Big Pay Off To Iran
Iranian authorities reacted with anger towards the leaking of the secret agreement. This shows that how maintaining the secrecy of the deal was crucial for the ...
US-Israel Reignite Rift on Iran Nuke Deal
Despite Obama's Claims, No Supporters for Iran Deal In Israel
Obama accuses media of 'manufacturing outrage' in lengthy rant on Iran deal
Swiss Court Orders Israel to Pay NIS 1 Million to Iran for Shah-era Debt
Swiss Court Orders Israel to Pay NIS 1 Million to Iran for Shah-era Debt. The lost appeal is the latest round in the legal campaign being waged between Iran and Israel for 37 years over the oil transporting and marketing partnership that the two ...
New York Post
How Iran perceives 'ransom' is more important than Obama's spin
New York Post
Frida Ghitis, writing at CNN.com, makes a common-sense point about the Obama administration's $400 million cash airdrop to the Iranians: How Iran perceives it matters more than Obama's spin. “A large cash payment at a time of a prisoner release looks ...
Video purportedly showing US payment to Iran emerges
CNN cannot authenticate the newly surfaced video, which was part of an Iranian documentary that first aired in January and shows the money on pallets in a warehouse. But the latest wrinkle is bound to fuel critics of the administration who have accused ...
Leaders of Azerbaijan, Iran, Russia focus on boosting trade
President Ilham Aliyev says he and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani agreed on Sunday to speed up construction of the North-South corridor and they expect further progress when Russian President Vladimir Putin joins them in Baku on Monday.
Iran Supports Azerbaijan's Territorial Integrity
Christian Science Monitor
Is Pokémon Go a security threat? Iran bans the game out of concern.
Christian Science Monitor
Iran restricts the Internet usage of its citizens. Facebook and Twitter, for instance, are banned. Iranian authorities previously asked Pokémon Go developer, Niantic, Inc., to cooperate with it to limit the game there, according to media reports last ...