Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with Major General Mohammad Bagheri, the Chief of Staff for the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Damascus on Thursday.
The United States has accused a UN expert of “giving a pass to terrorists” after she concluded that a U.S. drone strike that killed top Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani and nine other people in Iraq early this year was “unlawful.”
A United States federal court held Iran responsible for the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia where US forces were housed, and ordered Tehran to pay $879 million to survivors.
A Pakistani ganglord suspected of being behind a criminal empire of extortion, kidnapping and drug trafficking, has confessed to spying for Iranian intelligence agencies in 2014, according to a report released by Pakistan’s provincial government in Sindh this week.
A new audio leak has exposed that Tehran deliberately allowed civil flights to fly in conjunction with the Ukrainian plane shot down in January.
A 41-year-old Iraqi who allegedly served in Iran-backed militias in Iraq and Syria witnessed massacres, rapes, and more war crimes by these groups, according to an interview published earlier this week by the Middle East Center for Reporting and Analysis.
Reports from Iran indicate the regime is handing over some Iranian islands to China in an unpatriotic 25–year agreement. This is a desperate move by a regime which is reaching its end and trying to hold its grasp on power at any cost.
Amnesty International has urged Iran to reveal the fate of a student activist who disappeared after being arrested twenty-one years ago.
A video of the land transport of the Iranian submarine from the 877 “Baltus” project appeared on the Internet. The 72-meter submarine was filmed being transported to Bandar Abbas naval base in the southern part of the Islamic Republic.
The regimes of Syria and Iran signed a new military agreement on Wednesday to strengthen the capabilities of the Syrian forces’ air defences in what seemed like a response from Tehran to the political and military pressures aimed at forcing it to withdraw its forces and those of its proxy militias from Syria.
Friday July 9, 1999 was the hottest day for students in Tahran as their anti-government protests were met by the iron fist of the Revolutionary Guard. It remained in memories as Iran’s student movement, but it marked a watershed after which disillusionment with the Islamic Republic gradually deepened and the era of popular protests began.