As we enter 2021, it’s time to look back at human rights in Iran during the past year, with the help of the Iran Human Rights Monitor, and to describe the situation as bleak would be a horrific understatement.
A terrorist network in Belgium affiliated with the Iranian government will be on trial on November 27, 2020.
Would you take a commercial flight from Tehran to Vienna if you knew there was a powerful bomb on board without the crew ever knowing it? And if you knew it consisted of half a kilogram of TATP, a homemade explosive that is “very sensitive to heat, friction
The transport agreement with Switzerland, signed during a visit to Bern in 2018 by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, envisages the complete liberalization of goods transport and the removal of administrative barriers.
Despite years of sanctions, Switzerland has managed to maintain good trade relations with Iran. With the recent approval by the Iranian parliament of a transport agreement between the two countries, goods and passenger transport will receive a boost.
Nokia announced that Informatics and Telecommunications Public Company (ITPC) – one of the companies of Iraq’s Ministry of Communication (MoC) – has selected IP routing technology to serve as the main backbone of the country’s internet infrastructure.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is one of the richest and most powerful men in the world. His final say has led to hundreds of atrocities against the people of Iran, the Middle East, and across the globe.
The Chambers English Dictionary defines “diplomat” as: “1. a government official or representative engaged in diplomacy. 2. a very tactful person.” There was nothing diplomatic or tactful in the actions of Assadollah Assadi, a senior diplomat from the Iranian Embassy in Vienna.
On July 15, 2020, the trial of Assadi, an Iranian diplomat, and three other terrorists began in Antwerp, Belgium. By thwarting that terrorist plot, Belgian police foiled perhaps one of the century’s most significant terrorist plots, even bigger than Bataklan in Paris
It is no coincidence that just over a month after Israel and the United Arab Emirates declared that they would normalise relations and Israel and Bahrain did the same, Iraq has announced that it has signed a contract with Jordan to connect the electric power grids of the two countries
Iran is striving to find a foothold in Europe, especially in the Balkans because of its thorny history tinged with political and sectarian conflicts in which Tehran has invested, in order to expand its ideological influence. But Kosovo is trying to free itself from the consequences of the Iranian expansion on its soil.