Pakistan says naval drill with Iran was ‘unplanned’

A day-long sea exercise conducted by Pakistan and Iran’s navies in the Arabian Gulf on Tuesday was unplanned and part of a “goodwill gesture,” a spokesman for the Pakistan navy has said, rejecting media reports that it was based on a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the two countries.

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Israel warns citizens they could be targeted by Iran

The National Security Council issued a travel advisory Monday, warning that Iran may still try to attack Israelis overseas, amid increased international travel following Israel’s rapid vaccination drive.

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EU and U.S. appeasement of Iran’s mullahs is dangerous

After spending most of last week in Brussels, American Secretary of State Antony Blinken will be reporting back to President Joe Biden on the progress of a shared U.S.-European Union approach to the Iranian regime and its clandestine attempts to build a nuclear weapon.

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Brazil and Iran to set up Friendship Group

Iranian Ambassador to Brasilia Hossein Gharibi on Wednesday pointed to the agreement of the Federal Senate of Brazil with the formation of Friendship Group with Iran and said the parliament and senate friendship groups are two powerful arms for expanding the existing 118-yearlong ties between the two countries of Iran and Brazil, Trend reports citing Mehr.

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US warns Beijing it will enforce sanctions over Iranian oil

The Biden administration has told Beijing it will enforce Trump-era sanctions against Iranian oil as shipments from the regime to China have soared, the Financial Times reported.

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Iran continues to supply Houthis with weapons says Yemen minister

Tehran has not stopped providing the Houthis with military support as the militia continues to be equipped with Iran-made marine mines, a Yemen senior official said.

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