Probe reveals Pakistani crime boss spied for Iran in 2014

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.

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Leak exposes Iran’s involvement in striking Ukrainian plane

A new audio leak has exposed that Tehran deliberately allowed civil flights to fly in conjunction with the Ukrainian plane shot down in January.

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In likely provocation to Russia Iran lays hand on Syrian air defences

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.

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Remembering The July 1999 Iran Student Movement

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.

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