According to the National review (12 October), Iran and Venezuela are circumventing American energy sanctions. The article emphasizes that in July 2020, Iran took control over the El Palito refinery from Venezuelan government as payment for the Iranian oil delivered to Venezuela in recent months.
A Bahraini court has convicted a citizen of spying for Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and joining a terror group. The ruling passed by the Major Criminal Court came after a retrial for the defendant in a case dating back to 2013, Al Watan newspaper reported today.
Twitter said it has closed an Iran-based network of accounts fanning the flames around racial justice protests in the US sparked by the death of George Floyd.
A Chinese businessman, designated by the US for supporting manufacture of weapons of mass destruction, is involved in financing Iran’s missile programme from Mexico, a media report has claimed.
Maximum pressure on the Iranian regime is continuing, as the United States sanctions entities and officials in Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile programmes among others, the State Department said.
A Yemeni minister on Monday accused Iran of exporting terrorism and chaos in the region. The accusation by Information Minister Moammar al-Eryani followed the US move to re-impose sanctions on Iran.
The latest developments in Iran suggest that the country is likely on the verge of a historic change. The economic situation is abysmal, the government is nearly bankrupt, and a second wave of coronavirus infections has hit, leading regime officials to tell of their growing anxiety about the prospects of rampant unrest and state collapse.
The latest report from Amnesty International, published on Sept. 2, revealed the horrific extent of torture and ill treatment of political prisoners in Iran.
History has reflected a gradual economic development of Islamic Republic of Iran, a country with an extensive transportation and railroad infrastructure. There is a total of 1,500 kilometers of Iranian railroads built over the past 170 years…
The Justice Department of the US has announced the seizure of three websites used by three Irianian companies Mobin International, Sohar Fuel, and Oman Fuel who allegedly arranged a large volume of fuel shipment to Venezuela for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
Bahrain’s fight against Iran’s terrorism financing is not simply a battle of ideals waged in the shadows, but also an ongoing campaign for transparency and global stability, the Kingdom’s Ambassador to the US Shaikh Abdulla bin Rashid Al Khalifa has stressed. In a commentary he wrote for US News and World Report, Shaikh Abdulla highlighted how Bahrain is fighting terror through transparent banking laws.