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Iranian Revolutionary Guards Slam Rouhani, Others for ‘Internal Stabs’

Iranian Revolutionary Guards Slam Rouhani, Others for ‘Internal Stabs’

The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) slammed on Thursday internal sides after they criticized the IRGC and “issued statements that harm unity and stoke division.” In a statement marking the anniversary of its formation in 1979, the IRGC said the actions of these sides “weaken the Guards.”

Nuclear Radiation Concerns in the Gulf after Bushehr Quake

Nuclear Radiation Concerns in the Gulf after Bushehr Quake

An earthquake that struck a “nuclear” province west of Iran on Thursday has renewed concerns in the Gulf region, which is at a geographic proximity to the Bushehr nuclear reactor more than some Iranian cities. Residents in the Gulf, including those in some areas in Kuwait and the Eastern Province

Magnitude 5.9 Quake Strikes Southern Iran

A magnitude 5.9 earthquake on Thursday struck Iran's southern province of Bushehr, which is home to a nuclear power plant, state television reported.

Tehran’s Former Persecutor 'Disappears' Before Serving Sentence for Murder

Tehran’s Former Persecutor 'Disappears' Before Serving Sentence for Murder

Hours after Iranian media confirmed the disappearance of former Tehran prosecutor Saeed Mortazavi who was involved in the killing of protesters during the Green Movement's protests in 2009, activists mounted posters in different parts of Tehran demanding information about his whereabouts as well pro

Yemeni Govt. Accuses Iran of Pushing Houthis to Escalation

Yemeni Govt. Accuses Iran of Pushing Houthis to Escalation

Yemeni Prime Minister Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr stated on Saturday that the ballistic missiles and drones used by the Houthi militias are made by Iran. These weapons were never part of the state’s army before the Houthi coup, he explained after a cabinet session in Aden. He added that the militias

Israel: Syria Strikes an ‘Important Signal’ to Iran

Israel: Syria Strikes an ‘Important Signal’ to Iran

Punitive US-led strikes in Syria on Saturday are justified and are an "important signal" to Iran, Syria and Lebanon’s “Hezbollah,” Israeli officials said. "The use of chemical weapons crosses a red line that humanity can no longer tolerate," Yoav Gallant, a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netan

EU Extends Iran Sanctions over Human Rights Violations

EU Extends Iran Sanctions over Human Rights Violations

The Council of the European Union on Thursday extended the sanctions put on Iran over “serious” human rights violations by a year until April 13, 2019. The sanctions include asset freezes and travel restrictions against 82 people and one entity, as well as a ban on exports of equipment that could

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