Asharq Al-awsat English https://aawsat.com/english Middle-east and International News and Opinion from Asharq Al-awsat Newspaper http://feedly.com/icon.svg

Iran

Trump Speaks with Netanyahu About Iran

Trump Speaks with Netanyahu About Iran

US President Donald Trump spoke on Sunday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about Iran and other issues, the White House said in a brief statement. "The leaders discussed the threat from Iran, as well as other critical bilateral and regional issues," the White House said in an email

Netanyahu Slams Europe for Pursuing Trade with Iran

Netanyahu Slams Europe for Pursuing Trade with Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday lashed out at European countries for joining a body that would allow some trading with Iran despite US sanctions. Netanyahu said in a video statement that European countries “should be ashamed of themselves” for seeking to trade with Iran.

Iran Opposition Leader Compares Supreme Leader to shah

A long-detained opposition leader in Iran on Saturday compared a bloody crackdown on those protesting government-set gasoline prices rising under its supreme leader to soldiers of the shah gunning down demonstrators in an event that led to the 1979 revolution. The comments published by a foreign

Khamenei was Informed of Iran Guards’ Plot to Attack Saudi Arabia

Khamenei was Informed of Iran Guards’ Plot to Attack Saudi Arabia

Reuters revealed on Monday new details over Iran’s involvement in the attack against Saudi Aramco oil facilities in September. Four months before a swarm of drones and missiles crippled the world’s biggest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia, Iranian security officials gathered at a heavily f

Amnesty Says at Least 143 Killed in Iran Anti-Government Protests

Amnesty Says at Least 143 Killed in Iran Anti-Government Protests

Amnesty International said Monday that the toll of protesters killed by the Iranian security forces has reached at least 143 since demonstrations broke out on November 15.

Tehran Rejects US Order to Pay $180 M Over Reporter's Jailing

Tehran Rejects US Order to Pay $180 M Over Reporter's Jailing

Iran on Monday rejected a US court order for Tehran to pay $180 million in damages to a Washington Post reporter for jailing him on espionage charges. Jason Rezaian spent 544 days in an Iranian prison before he was released in January 2016 in exchange for seven Iranians held in the US. On Frid

Iranians Struggle to Adjust to Life Offline, Resort to Old Ways

Iranians Struggle to Adjust to Life Offline, Resort to Old Ways

Iranians were forced to adapt to life offline for almost a week and were forced to resort to old ways due to a near-total internet blackout imposed amid violent protests. The demonstrations flared on November 15, hours after a shock decision announced at midnight to raise the price of petrol by u

Pages

Most Read in Iran