CIA admits its informants were executed by Iran after communications system was breached

The CIA has admitted that too many informants are being killed, captured or turned in a top secret memo to their spies across the world.

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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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Old IRGC hand appointed Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council

On Sunday, the Chairman of Iran’s Expediency Council Sadegh Larijani announced the appointment of Mohammad Bagher Zolghadr as the new secretary of the Expediency Council, following the resignation of Mohsen Rezaei. Rezaei had held this post since 1997—he used it as a platform to mount unsuccessful runs for parliament and the presidency. That changed after he became vice president for economic affairs in the Raisi administration, which resulted in the need for a shakeup on the Expediency Council.

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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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