Drones main pillar of Iranian Quds Force’s overseas ops

The Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), responsible for Iran’s controversial operations abroad, is increasingly using drones as the main means for carrying out airstrikes and supplying proxies, an exiled opposition group said Wednesday.

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Tehran communicates with Taliban government despite lack of recognition

The Iranian authorities are communicating with the Taliban movement in Afghanistan despite not recognizing its government. Mohammad Sadeq Motamedian, governor of Iran’s Khorasan Razavi province, paid an official visit to the Taliban-appointed governor of Herat province, Abdul Qayyum Rohani.

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Iran threatens Bahrain’s internal security, nominee for US ambassador to the kingdom says

The nominee for US ambassador to Bahrain told Congress on Tuesday that Iran poses a security threat to Manama and said safeguarding Americans in the kingdom would be his highest priority if confirmed.

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Iranian General says Hizbullah and Hamas Defend Iran

IRGC General Gholamali Rashid: Hizbullah In Lebanon, Hamas And PIJ In Palestine, PMU In Iraq, And The Houthis In Yemen Are All Armies Ready To Defend The Iranian Regime

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UAE: Iran must negotiate over occupied islands

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has called on Iran to directly and peacefully negotiate the dispute over three islands in the Gulf and has condemned the country’s interference in Arab regional affairs.

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Iran and Hezbollah planning attacks on US to retaliate for Soleimani killing

Iran is planning ways to retaliate against the US for the killing of Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani, and Lebanese Hezbollah is being closely watched for potential attacks on American soil, a top US intelligence official warned yesterday.

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Iran defies U.S. sanctions sending fuel to Lebanon

Iranian officials confirmed this week that they will send more fuel to Lebanon as needed, in spite of U.S. sanctions, to help alleviate Lebanon’s extreme fuel shortage. On Sunday, Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader, Hassan Nasrallah, said the first vessel shipping Iranian fuel had already sailed from Iran.

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