Iran in talks to buy 48 Airbus helicopters: report
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran is holding talks with European planemaker Airbus to buy 48 helicopters for civilian use, an Iranian official was on Saturday quoted as saying, as Iran continues its shopping spree of Western aircraft after the lifting of sanctions.
The Times of Israel
Kuwait arrests 12 'terrorists' with alleged ties to Iran
KUWAIT CITY — Kuwait's Interior Ministry says 12 men with links to a terrorist group associated with Hezbollah and Iran's Revolutionary Guard have been arrested. The ministry said in a statement late Friday that the men were among a group of 26 who ...
Kuwait says arrests 12 convicted in 2015 Iran spy case
Kuwait arrests 12 over ties to Iran, Hezbollah
Kuwait arrests 'terror cell' convicts with Iran, Hezbollah ties
Los Angeles Times
After Iran bans two soccer players for playing against Israelis, fans rush to their defense
Los Angeles Times
Two soccer players have been barred for life from Iran's national team after they appeared in a match against players from Israel, prompting anger among the sport's many fans in the Islamic Republic. Masoud Shojaei and Ehsan Haji Safi played last week ...
Iran Bans Two Soccer Stars for Playing Against Israelis
Iran bans footballers for playing against Israelis
Iran government bars Masoud Shojaei, Ehsan Haji Safi after they faced Israelis
Iran is closely watching the US-North Korea stand-off
North Korea's announcement that it is finalising a plan to launch four ballistic missiles over Japan toward the island of Guam has touched off a series of fiery threats from president Donald Trump and upped tensions between Pyongyang and Washington to ...
Iran's expansionist aims pose problems for US
No, the Iran Deal Isn't a Blueprint for Dealing With North Korea
British MP Denounces “Bad” US Iran Policy
Senior US Senators meet Iran opposition leader in Albania
Tirana, Albania, August 12, 2017 - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi (left), the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran meeting a senior delegation from the United States Senate. The two sides discussed the situation of members of the Mujahedin ...
State TV: Flash Floods Kill 12 in Northwest Iran
U.S. News & World Report
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — The Friday flash floods triggered by heavy rains killed 12 people in the country's northeast, Iranian state TV reported Saturday. The TV website irinn.ir quoted the spokesman for the country's disaster agency, Ali Bakhtiari, as ...
Flooding kills 11 in Iran's northeast, west
Flash floods kill 11 in northeastern Iran
Iran opposition leader's daughter holds painting exhibition
TEHRAN, Iran — The daughter of Iran's opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, who has been under house arrest since early 2011, hides her pain behind abstract watercolor paintings of birds and blossoms — but bullets and bars are never far away.
Sweden plans to deport Christian actress … to Iran!
Sweden is violating a United Nations human-rights treaty in its attempt to deport a prominent Iranian actress who revealed her conversion from Islam to Christianity after arriving in the European nation, according to a charity that defends persecuted ...
For Netanyahu and the Saudis, Opposing Diplomacy With Iran Was Never About Enrichment
For a former senior Israeli official to deny the importance of the nuclear issue was unusual, to say the least. The conversations, attended by American civilian and military officials and other Western representatives, as well as Iranian diplomats and ...
Iran... again, against a Korean backdrop
Iran asked to explain dropping players who faced Israeli team
ZURICH (Reuters) - Iran has been asked to provide further information to global soccer body FIFA over a decision to drop two players from the national team after they turned out against an Israeli side for their Greek club. Masoud Shojaie and Ehsan ...
Iran bans footballers over game with Israel
FIFA probing Iran's ban on footballers who played against Israelis