Iran sends oil shipment to Syria

Iran has reportedly sent an oil shipment to Syria where regime-held areas are suffering from a fuel crisis that has caused power outages and paralyzed public institutions.

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Houthi escalation of attacks proof of Iran’s ‘expansive agenda’ says Yemeni official

The increase in the number of Houthi operations in Yemen and across the border in Saudi Arabia are proof the militia is a proxy for Iran’s ‘expansive agenda’, a senior Yemeni official said.

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Jailed British Iranian in solitary for 5 months

British-Iranian workers’ rights campaigner Mehran Raoof, 64, has been held in solitary confinement for five months in Tehran’s notorious Evin prison after he was secretly recorded talking about politics in a cafe, human rights campaigners have revealed.

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US warns Beijing it will enforce sanctions over Iranian oil

The Biden administration has told Beijing it will enforce Trump-era sanctions against Iranian oil as shipments from the regime to China have soared, the Financial Times reported.

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France’s Macron say Iran must behave responsibly

French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday urged Iran to stop aggravating the already grave crisis over its nuclear programme by multiplying violations of the 2015 deal with world powers on its atomic programme.

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Saudi Arabia urges extension of Iran arms embargo

Saudi Arabia affirmed Tuesday the importance of extending the arms embargo on Iran, as it continues to provide the Al Houthi terrorist militia with advanced weapons and drones that are used to terrorize Yemenis, and to target civilians and civilian objects in the Kingdom in a deliberate and systematic manner.

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How Khomeini’s fundamentalist views drive Iranian incitement and malign behavior

On Oct. 6, 1981, Egypt’s President Anwar Sadat was gunned down by Islamist militants during a military parade marking the anniversary of the 1979 Arab-Israeli War. The world condemned the attack. But in Tehran, the assassination was applauded.

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