The Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) unveiled its new missiles and drones during its recent maneuver in central Iran on Friday. Unveiling ballistic missiles and suicide drones confirm the regime’s persistence on terrorism and how the mullahs waste Iran’s national wealth to achieve their malign goals.
An author who has presented himself as a foreign relations expert and political scientist was really a paid mouthpiece for the Iranian government and has been charged with violating the law requiring foreign agents to register with the U.S. government, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
A Massachusetts-based political scientist and author is accused of secretly working for the government of Iran while lobbying US officials on issues like nuclear policy, federal authorities said Tuesday.
Raghad Hussein, the eldest daughter of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, raised eyebrows last month with a recorded speech on the 14th anniversary of her father’s execution, sharply criticising Iran and the post-Saddam rulers of Iraq.
Retired Army General Lloyd Austin, President-elect Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Pentagon, said on Tuesday that Iran posed a threat to American allies in the region and forces stationed there.
The vast majority of attacks have been thwarted in their early stages senior sources have told “Globes,” with businesses more vulnerable than government.
Mojtaba Dhul-Nur, head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee in the Iranian parliament, threatened to dismantle the IAEA’s surveillance cameras in nuclear facilities if sanctions continued.
The Iranian parliament announced yesterday that it is preparing a draft resolution on a “defence and security treaty for the Axis of Resistance” which it will sign with its allies, states and non-state actors alike.
A total of $158 million worth of foreign investments have been made in Iran’s free trade and industrial zones during the first nine months of the current Iranian year (March 20-Dec. 20, 2020), according to the deputy secretary of High Council of Trade and Industrial Free and Special Economic Zones.
South Korean banks wary of U.S. sanctions are holding tight to billions of dollars of Iranian funds, Iran says, apparently unwilling to budge before Joe Biden assumes the U.S. presidency.
On Wednesday, January 13, South Korea’s Vice Foreign Minister Choi Jung-Kun met with a number of Iranian officials in Tehran but was rebuffed in his efforts to secure the release of a South Korean-flagged tanker that was seized by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) on January 4.