On Wednesday, January 13, the US Treasury announced the imposition of new sanctions on three individuals and 16 entities in Iran, and among those listed was the name of the Chief of Staff of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), Abu Fadak Al-Mohammadawi.
A media watchdog has called on Turkey to halt the expulsion of an Iranian journalist sentenced to prison for alleged activities against the regime after criticizing Tehran’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Only weeks after the U.S. election and three days after an Iranian nuclear scientist was assassinated, Iranian authorities convicted a U.S. businessman on spying charges, a family friend said.
The two sides inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the expansion of economic cooperation at the end of the meeting.
Iran has once again reverse engineered an Israeli weapon that was likely transferred to them from Syria after it was used in the Arab Republic.
The commander of the border guards of the Iranian internal security forces, Brigadier General Ahmed Ali Kuderzi, said that his country is coordinating with Turkey in the field of providing security for the border areas, pointing out that this cooperation will be strengthened in the future.
With the Biden team pledging to rush back to the Iran deal without preconditions, most would expect Tehran to be on its best behavior. That, however, misjudges the Iranian perspective. In the regime’s view, accommodation is weakness—and something to be exploited.
Flogging and amputation sentences are among the cruelest punishments commonly used by the Iranian regime.
Iranian state television has acknowledged that Tehran seized a South Korean-flagged oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.
Iranian pensioners gathered today in 16 cities in an organized effort to express their economic woes and demand higher pensions.
A picture of the late Iranian Quds Force commander Gen. Qassem Soleimani that was posted on a billboard in Gaza City has been vandalized and torn down, days before the first anniversary of his death.