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Iran's set to choose another angry prez
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What a surprise: Iran's presidential election, scheduled for the weekend, is trending just the way Tehran's powers-that-be like it — that is, a hardliner, Ebrahim Raisi, is on course to edge past his sweeter-talking opponent, President Hassan Rouhani ...
Tehran's mayor drops out of Iran election to back hard-liner
Rivals unite to oust Rouhani as Iran election enters final days
What's at Stake in Iran's Presidential Election: QuickTake Q&A
'Fake' Iranian refugees reportedly allowed to stay in Australia
Six Iranian refugees who were caught travelling back to the country where claimed their lives were in danger have been allowed to stay in Australia, according to a report by News Corp. The group have been accused of lying on their visa applications ...
Iranian refugees given Australian visas caught going home
'Refugees feared for lives' but returned to Iran for holidays
Iranian refugees retain protection visas despite holidaying in homeland
How will May 19 election shape Iran's foreign policy?
Voters in Iran will be heading to the polls on Friday to elect a new president, in a crucial election seen by many as a potential battleground between Reformists and Fundementalists. The Reformist front-runner is incumbent President Hassan Rouhani, who ...
Iran's exiled Prince Reza Pahlavi calls for civil disobedience and protests
He is the oldest son of the Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. Now Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi says he is fighting for the soul of his nation. During his father's time, Tehran was a reliable ally and America was not the Great Satan as the U.S. has been ...
Former CIA agent says Iran aiding North Korea as new missile test emboldens Pyongyang
And their improvements have gone back to North Korea." For example, Tehran's Shahab-3 ballistic missile capable of reaching Saudi Arabia from Iranian land is based on technology from North Korea's Nodong-1 rockets. Also, Iran's Ghadir small submarine, ...
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Iranian Voter's Plea: Stop Saying 'Death to America' - The New York ...
New York Times
Few in Iran, where roughly 8 million are unemployed, are optimistic that Friday's presidential election will help end a cycle of poverty and turn around the ...
Iran sets new terms for gas field award
In fresh conditions, Iran wants India to pay more than triple the gas price for award of the coveted Farzad-B natural gas block to ONGC Videsh (OVL). Iran wants India to buy all of the natural gas to be produced from the Persian Gulf block at a price ...
Jewish life in Iran was 'always better than in Europe'
Generally speaking, the Jews' condition in Iran has always been better than in Europe. In our country's history, there was never a time when all Iranians had the same religion, race or language, so there is a high degree of tolerance. Jews and Muslims ...
What does Canada get out of restoring diplomatic ties with Iran?: Michael Petrou
It's been almost two years since Iran began to emerge from its international isolation after signing a deal with world powers to ensure its nuclear program is "peaceful." It's been almost as long since Justin Trudeau was elected prime minister on a ...
Oil Prices: Why Venezuela, Iran & Nigeria Remain OPEC Risks
On Iran - "on a collision course" : Iran will hold presidential elections one week prior to the May 25 OPEC meeting and the outcome could have clear implications for the durability of the nuclear deal and the sanctions relief that enabled the country's ...