Iran: Trump Administration Is Breaking Iranian Law by Holding Its Citizens As Prisoners
Iran's most senior judge has dismissed demands that his country release a number of U.S. prisoners and, instead, urged the U.S. to free all Iranian citizens under its custody and billions of dollars worth of Iranian assets held up by sanctions. Chief ...
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Iran top judge demands US release assets, jailed Iranians
US Agency Promoting Trade With Iran Despite Trump Opposition
Commentary: Why Iran is positioned to dominate the Middle East
By aligning the U.S. with Saudi Arabia, President Donald Trump is foolishly looking only to the short term. Iran is already the most influential country in Iraq. Its ally, Hezbollah, is the greatest force in Lebanon. Together, they are the primary ...
Iran says ambassador to remain in Kuwait despite row
Iran seizes Saudi Arabian fishing boat and arrests crew as tensions escalate in Persian Gulf
Post-caliphate, Saudi Arabia and Iran to provide Middle East flashpoint
Iran and Iraq Military Unite Against 'Terrorism,' Creating Potential Problems for US
Iran and Iraq have pledged to join forces against militant fighters and ideology in the region by boosting bilateral defense ties, a move that could present a challenge to U.S. foreign policy goals. Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan and Iraqi ...
Iran, Iraq vow to boost military ties
Iran and Iraq Sign Accord to Increase Military Cooperation to Counter Extremism
Iran, Iraq Sign Deal Boosting Military Cooperation
Iran confiscates 30 horses, mules carrying weapons
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency is reporting that the country's border guards have confiscated 30 horses and mules that were carrying weapons and ammunition. The Monday report quotes the border guards' chief, Gen. Qassim Rezai ...
Iran seizes mules and horses used in arms smuggling
US mum on Iran-Iraq military agreement
Iran and Iraq signed an agreement on Sunday that would see strengthened military cooperation aimed at fighting “terrorism and extremism,” a deal that probably won't please President Donald Trump. Iranian state media reports that the memorandum of ...
From Khayyam to Mirzakhani: Iran's beautiful minds
"The Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, who died on July 14, at the age of forty, was known to her colleagues as a virtuoso in the dynamics and geometry of complex surfaces - 'science-fiction mathematics', one admirer called it - and to her young ...
Iran's complex identities speak through photography like once through poetry
After the war with Iraq ended, Iranian prisoners returned home. Their families had been totally unaware of their whereabouts during the conflict. Photographer Sasan Moayyedi created a scene with a soldier's clunky blood stained boots alongside a dressy ...
Alcohol poisoning kills 3 in southern Iran, 48 hospitalized
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's semi-official ISNA news agency is reporting that alcohol poisoning has killed three and left more than 40 people hospitalized in southern Iran. The report quoted a judiciary official in Kerman province, Yadollah Movahed, as ...
Poisonings Put Spotlight On Iran's Alcohol Problem
Iranian TV series dogged by real-life drama
The Iranian TV series “Shahrzad,” which has gripped the attention of Iranians since it was first broadcast two years ago, has been high in drama. But real-life intrigues and allegations of corruption that dog the series, whose second season launched ...
Newly Declassified Documents Confirm US Backed 1953 Coup in Iran Over Oil Contracts
Newly declassified State Department documents show oil contracts played a key role in the U.S.-backed 1953 coup in Iran that led to the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh. "What the documents show is actually ...