When it comes to the efficient functioning of a modern economy, transparency and accountability are critical states to ensure that the wealth of a country is managed well to benefit the country’s entire population.
Bahrain security forces arrested a number of suspected militants ahead of a planned attack and confiscated weapons and explosives that had come from Iran, the interior ministry said on its official Twitter
Iranian drones targeting Saudi Arabia fly over Bahraini airspace, the Israeli envoy to Manama said yesterday.
Iran has criticized the three European members of the JCPOA in Vienna on Thursday for their statement on Wednesday raising alarm over its nuclear activities.
In the past days, Iran witnessed major protests mainly in the cities of Isfahan and Shahr-e Kurd. The people of these two cities are demanding their water rights, something that has been taken from them by the regime and its corrupt IRGC, which has redirected many rivers to support its interests. For years there has been no will to resolve the problems of one of the most important rivers of Iran the Zayaneh Rud River.
The office of Iranian regime cleric Hassan Norouzi, the deputy chairman of the regime parliament’s judicial and legal commission, who had previously acknowledged his role in killing protesters in November 2019, was set on fire by Iranian Resistance Units.
IAEA reports ‘no progress’ with Tehran over monitoring its nuclear program; Washington ‘disappointed,’ doubts Iran’s seriousness ahead of negotiations next week
UN human rights experts* today strongly condemned the execution of Arman Abdolali, convicted for an alleged murder committed when he was 17, and demanded that Iran stop sentencing children to death.
Today it is widely known that the Iranian regime is desperate to cover up their malign activities, and especially their brutal historical crimes against humanity.
Video on social media showed Iranian security forces apparently using force to clear a protest camp in Isfahan on November 25. The camp was set up to protest water shortages in Iran’s third-largest city.
With a potential output worth $450 billion over its first 20 years, Iran’s Chalous gas field in the Caspian Sea, raises issues of both finance and where the gas might sell.