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Washington Post There’s no clear winner for America in Iran’s presidential election By Editorial Board   - May 18, 2017 IRAN’S PRESIDENTIAL election on Friday is a familiar contest between a relative moderate, the incumbent Hassan Rouhani, and a hard-line conservative backed by the Revolutionary...
Washington Post    |    April 21, 2019    |    Josh Rogin About one year after the United States decided to leave the Iran nuclear deal, the State Department is set to announce that all countries will have to completely end their imports of...
By Barbara Starr and Hamdi Alkhshali June 18, 2017 (CNN) - A US Navy fighter jet shot down a Syrian warplane after the Syrian jet dropped bombs near Syrian Democratic Force (SDF) fighters on Sunday, the US military said in a statement. The shootdown...
UN Secretary General highlights ‘alarming rate’ of executions, unfair trials and arbitrary detentions in 19-page report Tuesday 4 October 2016  Saeed Kamali Dehghan The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, has given a damning assessment of human rights in Iran, highlighting the “alarming...
Washington Post By Michael Cavna July 6, 2017 AT FIRST, Clay Jones was flattered. Then he learned more, and was repulsed. Now, Jones, a self-syndicated political cartoonist based in Fredericksburg, Va., is declining the honor. Jones discovered this week that a cartoon of his lampooning the...
AL ARABIYA Sunday, June 4, 2017 AL ARABIA - Iran’s government has a clear aim which is creating a reality that suits it and that imposes itself when deciding Syria’s fate and that expands its role in Iraq later. To achieve...
abcNews    |    Morgan Winsor    |    January 16, 2020 An FBI investigation found that the two men were spying on American citizens. Two men have been sentenced to prison in the United States for conducting surveillance on behalf of Iran's government. Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar, 39,...
Aiding and abetting terrorists is bad business Washington Times By Clifford D. May   -  Tuesday, April 25, 2017 ANALYSIS/OPINION: Sometimes international law is ambiguous. Sometimes not. When it comes to murdering civilians and using chemical weapons to get the job done, there are no...
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Speech by Maryam Rajavi, At the Resistance’s Grand Gathering in Paris - June 30, 2018 On Saturday, June 30, 2018, the Iranian Resistance’s grand gathering was held in Paris, France. Delegations from various countries including prominent politicians, members of parliaments, mayors,...

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