Iraq targets Iran-Aligned Militia Over Shooting Death Of Protester

Iraqi security forces have raided the office of an Iran-aligned party in the southern province of Basra and arrested militiamen who fired on demonstrators, killing one protester and injuring several others outside the party building.

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Iranian border guards accused of torturing and drowning Afghan Migrants

To escape war and poverty, Shah Wali left his village in northwestern Afghanistan in search of a better life in neighboring Iran.

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Armed Men board oil tanker off Iran coast

Unidentified armed men have boarded a Hong Kong-flagged oil tanker off the coast of Iran near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, a British monitoring organization and a private intelligence firm reported.

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Popular Iranian TV series criticized for ‘Unforgivable’ scenes reminiscent of Shah-Era shows

Until recently, the Iranian television series Paytakht (Capital) was praised for promoting state policies — including Tehran’s support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad — while also attracting viewers who usually watch satellite TV for entertainment.

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Iranian regime does not respect the diplomacy language

It was back in 2012 that Canada closed its embassy in Tehran and suspended all relations due to concerns about terrorism and the safety of Canadian diplomats, Iran’s support for Syria, and its threats against Israel. The Iranian embassy in Ottawa was subsequently closed.

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Iran trying to activate trade foreign offices

The Iranian government, relevant organization of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade and the country’s private sector are trying to activate the country’s foreign trade offices, said Hamid Zadboum, Deputy Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade of Iran and Chairman of the Trade Development Organization, Trend reports citing official website of Organization.

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