Several Iranian and North Korean nationals are suspected of smuggling gold and cash to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) via the United Arab Emirates, according to a recent UN report. Our additional research on the scheme revealed unnamed exchange houses tied to the Iranian nationals as well as their Dubai residence, based on Iranian and Emirati public records.
These days Iran’s people are suffering from many disasters that the regime gifted them. From poverty and unemployment to the power outage and now water scarcity in most areas of the country and the worst-hit Khuzestan province.
The Iranian economic crisis, caused solely by the mullahs’ corruption and failed policies, is now at a critical point as President Ebrahim Raisi prepares to take office, according to the state-run media.
The Dubai subsidiary of a Swedish manufacturer will pay $415,695 to settle charges it violated U.S. sanctions when it shipped storage tank cleaning units to an Iranian company.
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.
Iranian American journalist Masih Alinejad says she is the target of an alleged kidnapping plot that was foiled by the FBI and recently laid out in a federal indictment.
Eight years after starting his job as Iran’s first Vice President, Es’haq Jahangiri says “It is agonizing to know that some people in this country are unable to make ends meet.”
After the fall of Saddam’s regime, the Wali al-Faqih state in Tehran and its Iraqi allies dominated power in Baghdad as a result of a de facto alliance between the American invasion armies and the Iranian regime.
The June 18 Iranian election, in which Judiciary Chief Ebrahim Raisi was selected as president, had the lowest turnout since the 1979 revolution. The biggest challenge Raisi will face in his first term is the growing economic problems of the country.
The Iranian economy is getting worse every day and there is little hope for the magic recovery promised by officials who are flogging the dead horse of the 2015 nuclear deal, and even the state-run media and officials are now reporting on this.
The Iranian economy is in tatters. Iranians are seeing inflation, and therefore prices, rising out of control. Since the regime’s presidential election last month, the state-run media has begun to admit some parts of the economic crisis and how the regime created the issue and keep making it worse while warning the mullahs that if the crisis continues it could spell the end of the regime.