Tanker seized by suspected Iran-backed forces in Arabian Sea

Nour News, affiliated with Iran’s top national security body, quoted a senior navy official as saying “the movement of commercial vessels is quite normal and no official naval sources or countries in the Persian Gulf have reported any incidents”.

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Rights watchdog urges Iran to release those detained during protests

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Iranian authorities to “immediately and unconditionally” release those detained during protests against water shortages and economic hardships in Khuzestan and other provinces and to investigate the abusive use of lethal force.

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While the Ayatollahs hold power no journalist is safe

On Wednesday, July 14, the U.S. Justice Department charged four Iranians for an abduction plot against Iranian-American journalist Masih Alinejad. Alireza Shavaroghi Farahani, also known as Vezerat Salimi and Haj Ali, 50; Mahmoud Khazein, 42; Kiya Sadeghi, 35; and Omid Noori, 45, was involved in the plot, according to a DoJ indictment.

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Bahah’is say Iran must be held accountable for increased hate speech

The Baha’i International Community in a statement Thursday has expressed concern over intensification of official “hate speech” in recent months against the religious minority in Iran.

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Will Iran’s new president be held accountable

Much literature has speculated on what his posture will be toward the Biden administration, how he will address Iran’s sagging economy and whether he will succeed Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as Iran’s Supreme Leader.

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US And Saudi Arabia discussing attacks by Iran-Backed militants

The Biden Administration on Tuesday hosted Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman, a brother of the country’s powerful crown prince Mohammad bin Salman.

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Iran’s Inflation Rate Now 71 percent

The rise in inflation and its astronomical records over the years has always been criticized by the public and, of course, by a wide range of Iran’s economists; While in most countries of the world, inflation is no longer an unsolvable problem and most countries have succeeded in single-digit inflation, but in Iran not only has not been a suitable solution to control inflation, but also officials with different economic and wrong perspectives are counting each other responsible for the problems.

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The JCPOA and Iran Regime’s terrified face

The consequences of the sanctions on Iran’s bankrupt economy and the unfortunate outcome of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal known as the JCPOA, on the one hand, and the uncertainty of the prospects of Iran’s Vienna talks with world powers, on the other, have caused panic among Iran’s state-run media and the country’s rulers.

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