Two Iranian Bahais were sentenced to a total of two years of prison by Tehran’s Appeals Court.
The Iranian regime has shocked the world by choosing to appoint an internationally wanted person as Iran’s new interior minister.
The coronavirus crisis in Iran is accelerating and raging. The death toll is staggering, and the people are left defenseless. Every news about the situation is adding to the disastrous situation.
Iran’s incoming president Ebrahim Raisi, who will be sworn in on Aug. 5, has made many promises regarding economic issues — surpassing 50 in total so far. Although his electoral platform lacked any details clarifying how he would fulfill his promises, they still symbolize more than 50 problems and challenges that the incoming government will face
Recently the US government issued a license allowing South Korea and Japan to repay their debts to Iran in a non-cash form but in the form of goods from these countries or third countries.
The German domestic intelligence agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, said Friday it had acquired new documents confirming that Iran had used the Imam Ali Mosque in Hamburg as a propaganda center to export Iran’s Islamic Revolution to Europe.
An Iranian revolutionary court has sentenced Manouchehr Bakhtiari to six years in prison, two and a half years in internal exile, and a two-year ban from leaving the country for what he says was seeking justice for his son.
Iran’s officials thought that the change of government in the United States promised to change Iran’s economic outlook. Most analysts speculated that Joe Biden would return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), known commonly as the 2015 Iran nuclear deal when he entered the White House, but this did not happen.
According to Tanhaei, South Korea had reached an agreement with Iran on releasing $1 billion of the mentioned frozen funds but so far only a small portion of this agreement has been realized.
South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-Kyun plans to visit Teheran “soon” to discuss billions of dollars of Iranian funds that are frozen in his country as a result of US sanctions, Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah said on Tuesday that a UN-sponsored political settlement was the only solution to the crisis in Syria.