Iran to begin gas injection into new, advanced centrifuges

Iran to begin gas injection into new, advanced centrifuges

Tehran insists move is permitted under 2015 nuclear deal which allows R&D on IR-8s, capable of enriching uranium 20 times faster than previous machines. Iran’s nuclear energy agency indicated Tuesday that Tehran would soon begin injecting gas into the latest...
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Iran Has Violated Nuclear Deal Again, Says UN Watchdog

Iran Has Violated Nuclear Deal Again, Says UN Watchdog

Last week, Iran exceeded its limit on heavy water for the second time since the agreement concerning its nuclear program was signed last January, the UN nuclear watchdog organization International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported. The Joint Comprehensive P...
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Leaked Email: Israeli Officials See Obama as ‘Weak,’ ‘Pro-Muslim,’ ‘Anti-Israel’

Leaked Email: Israeli Officials See Obama as ‘Weak,’ ‘Pro-Muslim,’ ‘Anti-Israel’

Weeks before the Iran nuclear deal was finalized last summer, a former U.S. ambassador reportedly told a senior Hillary Clinton campaign adviser he was struck by “the depth of antipathy and distrust of President Obama” he encountered among Israeli official...
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Iran’s 34th fleet faces US flotilla opposite Yemen

Iran’s 34th fleet faces US flotilla opposite Yemen

Iran’s Navy commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari announced Thursday, Oct. 13, that the Iranian 34th Fleet had deployed warships to the Bab al-Mandeb strait opposite the shores of Yemen. He made no mention of the US Tomahawk attack two days...
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Iranian girls ‘given eight lashings each because their parents could not pay school fees’

Iranian girls ‘given eight lashings each because their parents could not pay school fees’

Families could not pay the £8 classes cost, students say. A group of schoolgirls in Iran have been flogged because their parents owed less than eight pounds in school fees, according to an opposition group in the country. Ten girls...
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Iran’s 34th fleet faces US flotilla opposite Yemen

Iran’s 34th fleet faces US flotilla opposite Yemen

Iran’s Navy commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari announced Thursday, Oct. 13, that the Iranian 34th Fleet had deployed warships to the Bab al-Mandeb strait opposite the shores of Yemen. He made no mention of the US Tomahawk attack two days...
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USA Takes Out Iranian Bases in Yemen as an Opening Shot to a Broader Conflict

USA Takes Out Iranian Bases in Yemen as an Opening Shot to a Broader Conflict

With Iran seeing a possibly different approach to the Middle East with the next President, they have begun to make moves in the waning days of Obama’s presidency. The Iranian backed Houthis in Yemen fired a rocket at a US...
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Bad News for Washington: Syrian Conflict Revealing New World Order

Bad News for Washington: Syrian Conflict Revealing New World Order

The post-Cold War world order is “coming apart at the seams,” with a limited number of countries no longer able to act according to their own interests while disregarding “international moral code and law,” Russian analyst Timofei Borda...
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Russia, China to mull joint response to U.S. missile shield

Russia, China to mull joint response to U.S. missile shield

The Russian military says it will cooperate with Beijing on minimizing a threat posed by U.S. missile defense. Lt. Gen. Viktor Poznikhir of the military’s General Staff told a security forum in China that the U.S. missile defense system will...
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Iranian woman is sentenced to six years in prison for an unpublished story she wrote about women being stoned to death

Iranian woman is sentenced to six years in prison for an unpublished story she wrote about women being stoned to death

Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee is a writer and human rights activist  Iran’s Revolutionary Guard found her story after searching her home  Amnesty said she is ‘being punished for using her imagination’ Ms Iraee’s husband Arash Sadeghi is al...
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UPDATE: “PUTIN’S FAVORITE CHAUFFER” KILLED IN ACCIDENT… EXACTLY AS FORMER CIA DIRECTOR DESCRIBED ON TV

UPDATE: “PUTIN’S FAVORITE CHAUFFER” KILLED IN ACCIDENT… EXACTLY AS FORMER CIA DIRECTOR DESCRIBED ON TV

Only a month ago, Morrell stunningly stated openly on television that he wanted to target the leadership of Russia, Iran and Assad in Syria. Morrell explicitly advocated taking out guards, top staff, top generals, etc. etc. of these leaders –...
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Iran May Have Received as Much as $33.6 Billion in Cash, Gold Payments From U.S.

Iran May Have Received as Much as $33.6 Billion in Cash, Gold Payments From U.S.

Iran may have received an additional $33.6 billion in secret cash and gold payments facilitated by the Obama administration between 2014 and 2016, according to testimony provided before Congress by an expert on last summer’s nuclear agreement with Iran. Bet...
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‘Iranians are not Muslims’, says Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti

‘Iranians are not Muslims’, says Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti

Saudi Arabia’s top cleric has declared that Iran’s leaders are not Muslims and regard Sunni Muslims as their enemy. Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah Al ash-Sheikh was responding to Iran’s supreme leader, who denounced Saudi Arabia...
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The cloak-and-dagger US payments to Iran: planes, cash and Swiss banks

The cloak-and-dagger US payments to Iran: planes, cash and Swiss banks

The Obama administration disclosed to Congress on Tuesday that it transferred a total of $1.7  billion in cash through Swiss banks to Iran around the time American hostages were released this year, about four times the amount originally disclosed to...
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U.S., others agreed ‘secret’ exemptions for Iran after nuclear deal: think tank

U.S., others agreed ‘secret’ exemptions for Iran after nuclear deal: think tank

The United States and its negotiating partners agreed “in secret” to allow Iran to evade some restrictions in last year’s landmark nuclear agreement in order to meet the deadline for it to start getting relief from economic sanctions, accordi...
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Iran deploys long-range missiles to Fordo nuclear site

Iran deploys long-range missiles to Fordo nuclear site

Tehran (AFP) – Tehran has deployed a recently delivered Russian-made long-range missile system to central Iran to protect its Fordo nuclear facility, state television said Sunday. Protecting nuclear facilities is paramount “in all circumstances&#82...
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Here We Go Again: TIME Just Declared Russia, Syria, And Iran The New “Axis Of Evil”

Here We Go Again: TIME Just Declared Russia, Syria, And Iran The New “Axis Of Evil”

While it’s all over the mainstream media that Russia is using Iranian bases to stage attacks against ISIS for the first time — GASP! — even though A) Russia notified the U.S.-led coalition it would be doing so and B)...
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Turkey Invades Syria As Next Stage In War Begins

Turkey Invades Syria As Next Stage In War Begins

Multiple sources are reporting that Turkish special forces backed by artillery fire and F-16’s have begun a direct military assault on ISIS positions in Northern Syria.  Turkish combat units such as regular infantry and tanks have rolled up to the...
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Moscow: Russia to Use Iran’s Hamadan Airbase in Syria’s Future Missions

Moscow: Russia to Use Iran’s Hamadan Airbase in Syria’s Future Missions

“The Russian aircraft which flew missions from the Iranian Hamadan Airbase against terrorist targets in Syria have successfully completed [their tasks]. The warplanes are currently back in the Russian Federation,” Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Ko...
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State Dept Warns: Iran Seeking to Capture U.S. Citizens

State Dept Warns: Iran Seeking to Capture U.S. Citizens

The State Department issued a warning on Monday urging U.S. citizens to avoid traveling to Iran, which has made the detention of Americans a priority. The latest travel advisory, which emphasizes Iran’s desire to capture U.S. citizens, comes on the...
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