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Saudi Arabia Wants to Roll Back Iran
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On July 9, Prince Turki bin Faisal, former Saudi intelligence head, unprecedentedly attended a rally for the notorious Iranian opposition group Mujahedeen Khalq (MEK) and called for the overthrow of the Islamic Republic of Iran. His remarks were ...
To Iranian eyes, Kurdish unrest spells Saudi incitement
'Saudi Arabia burning bridges with Iran madly'
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
Iran Travel Warning - U.S. Department of State
Prominent Activist Freed In Iran
Prominent student activist and women's rights advocate Bahareh Hedayat has been released in Iran after spending more than six years in jail, her husband says. Amin Ahmadian,announced Hedayat's release in a post on Instagram where he said he couldn't ...
To America: Sorry, The Islamic Republic Of Iran Will Never Be Your Friend
I was born after the Islamic revolution 1979 in the city of Esfahan, Iran. Unlike many other Iranian-Americans, I lived, studied, and grew up most of life in Iran, including under the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and leadership of the Supreme ...
Iran Destroys US Navy Fleet in Islamic State-Style Film
Watch: Iran Releases New Video Showing Islamic Attack on a US Navy Fleet
Allah obliterates US Navy fleet: Iran spits in our face with new music video
The Iran deal, one year later
A little over a year after the Iran nuclear deal was signed, it seems that some of the predictions that accompanied it have failed the test of time. Those who assumed Iran would do anything to avoid implementing the agreement were wrong, as were those ...
Iran's pistachio farms are dying of thirst
In Kerman province in southern Iran, cities have grown rich from pistachios, but time is running out for the industry as unconstrained farming and climate change take a devastating toll. Near the city of Sirjan, a long line of enormous sinkholes like ...
Report: Iran granted exemptions to nuclear accord
Washington (CNN) The US and other members of the international community granted Iran exemptions to its requirements under the agreement that sought to curb its nuclear program, according to a new report by the Washington-based Institute for Science ...
More Iran surprises
US, others agreed 'secret' exemptions for Iran after nuclear deal: think...
US-led nuke negotiators allowed inspections loopholes for Iran, think tank says
Iran did not send mediators to resolve PUK dispute, consul says
The Iranian consul concluded his speech by saying, “Iran has never tried to worsen the situation of the Kurdistan Region and if rivalries further escalate among the PUK groups, then Iran must play a mediating role and Iran never seeks to see the PUK ...
Iran to Support Oil Market Balance After It Regains Pre-Sanctions Share
Iran has vowed to do whatever it takes to help rebalance the global crude oil market, but only after it regains pre-sanctions market share, the country's oil ministry said over the weekend. “Deputy Petroleum Minister in International Affairs and ...
Iran ready to help restore oil market balance after it regains share: offi...
Putin Pushes for Oil Freeze Deal With OPEC, Exemption for Iran
Iran Urges Algeria's Stronger Regional Role
Iran's Secret War in Syria
Since the signing of the nuclear deal on July 14, 2015—now, it turns out, with major secret exemptions for Iran—Iran's brazenness has only grown. The Obama administration, in its ongoing efforts to coddle and appease, has gone so far as to offer to ...
Experts: Iran's Decision to Fortify Nuke Site With S-300 Missiles Is 'Very Peculiar' ...