Iranian diplomat turned U.S. professor accused of crimes against humanity

A group of former Iranian political prisoners and human rights activists sent a letter on Wednesday to the president of the prestigious Oberlin College in Ohio, demanding that the college’s management terminate religion professor Mohammad Jafar Mahallati after accusations came out saying he allegedly played a role in crimes against humanity.

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Iran to possess ocean-going warships by 2021

The commander of the 2nd Region of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s naval forces, Admiral Ramadan Zirrahey, announced that they will induc of ocean-going warships to the Revolutionary Guard Navy, before next March.

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Need for a comprehensive policy to counter Iran

American officials this week announced that a full range of UN sanctions had returned on Iran, including a permanent extension of the arms embargo. Some observers debate the efficacy of these measures, particularly as the European powers have signaled that they will not enforce them

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Iran boosts oil output at oilfields shared with Iraq

Iran has raised oil production from the oilfields in its southwest it shares with Iraq to 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) from 70,000 bpd in the past seven years, Shafaq News quoted Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh as saying on Tuesday.

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Iran regime fears the power of the resistance

The latest developments in Iran suggest that the country is likely on the verge of a historic change. The economic situation is abysmal, the government is nearly bankrupt, and a second wave of coronavirus infections has hit, leading regime officials to tell of their growing anxiety about the prospects of rampant unrest and state collapse.

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Sudan ambassador to US says Iran is a security threat

The Sudanese Ambassador to Washington Noureddin Satti stated in an interview with US magazine Newsweek that his country’s government will support any deal that brings peace to the region, and stressed that the conflict with Israel is “fruitless”.

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