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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Official warns South Korea not to sacrifice interests in Iran for U.S.

“The government of South Korea should not sacrifice the Iranian nation’s trust in that country’s products and technology (gained) in recent decades as well as its long-term interests in the Iranian market for the US regime’s demands and pressures,” Mahmoud Vaezi said in a tweet on Tuesday.

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Iranian army and Revolutionary Guards fight for hegemony

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has recently begun to appear strongly on the political, media and social scenes in Iran. Although the IRGC must focus on military activity alongside the Iranian army, it has announced fake devices to combat the corona virus, while its leadership has sought to dominate the Iranian parliament and all its committees, especially after the former IRGC commander Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf was elected parliament speaker on May 28.

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Islamic revolution has no borders says head of the Imam Reza Islamic Center in Berlin

The head of the Imam Reza Islamic Center in Berlin has declared in an interview with an Iranian state-controlled news outlet on June 3 that Tehran’s Islamic revolution has no borders.

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Republicans in Congress to introduce biggest sanctions bill against Iran

Republicans in Congress are poised to introduce a sanctions bill against Iran on Wednesday that will target its leaders, regional proxies and end economic waivers currently allowed in places such as Iraq.

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