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According to officials in the northern town which was unnamed, the Israeli citizen in question is a woman in her forties.
By THE MEDIA LINE
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Berlin’s economic affairs minister, Sigmar Gabriel, and a representative of the German engineering giant Siemens AG were part of a business delegation that visited Tehran last month.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Last week, Iran unveiled a new surface-to-surface missile it said could strike targets with pinpoint accuracy within a range of 500 km.
The three men were originally sentenced to between seven to 10 years in prison on charges including spreading lies to help a terrorist organization, a reference to the Muslim Brotherhood.
The target was jailed in Britain in 2012 for hacking former Prime Minister Tony Blair's address book from an account maintained by a Blair adviser.
The United Nations' International Atomic Energy Agency suspects that Parchin hosted Iran's experimentation with nuclear weapons technology over the last decade.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Egypt's Al-Azhar, the most prestigious institute of Sunni Islam, has called on Iran to ban the film.
Adam J. Szubin, the acting undersecretary of treasury for terrorism and financial intelligence, will remain in Israel over the weekend for meetings with Israeli officials, the administration said.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The refugee crisis is now the worst in Europe since World War II.
Iran will not receive additional sanctions relief until UN watchdog satisfied with its investigation of site; Biden to meet Jewish leaders in Miami next week.
The talks over a new contract are ongoing, but the two countries are still unable to agree on how to proceed regarding Iranian lawsuit.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Swiss ambassador to Iran addresses business conference in Zurich, as Europeans race back to do business with Iran,
Diplomats say any activity at Parchin military site could undermine the ability to check if nuclear bomb tests happened there.
Differences abound on whether the group that has already outlived many expectations will become a permanent fixture.
By ROBERT SWIFT/ THE MEDIA LINE
The missive is a response to a letter sent last week by a few dozen generals and admirals who expressed support for the agreement.
Controversial pianist, who also serves as musical director of Berlin State Opera, is in talks to perform in special Tehran show.
By ARIEL ZILBER
Thailand's deportation of Muslim Uighurs has sparked outrage among Turks, who see themselves as sharing a common cultural and religious background.
Human rights defender Kouhyar Goudarzi says the fact that Iran stopped backing Hamas during nuclear talks should be reason enough for Israelis to support nuclear deal.
By NATI GABBAY
Germany will provide safe haven to 800,000 Syrians escaping the sectarian carnage that has ravaged their homeland.
Hezbollah has sought to take advantage of the Lebanese protests against the government, though it does not currently seek to topple the existing political order.
Junaid Hussain, A British hacker, moved to Syria sometime in the last two years.
Yemen’s army captures Iranian and Hezbollah experts aiding the rebels.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,REUTERS
Saudi-owned newspaper reports that US-indicted leader of Hezbollah al-Hejaz was captured in Beirut and transferred to Riyadh.
Iranian supreme leader urges officials not to forget that "Zionists and Americans’ enmity toward the Islamic Revolution" of 1979 "has not declined."
Egypt's Sisi, Jordan’s King Abdullah, and Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan are in Russia for talks.
Dennis Ross, the former peace envoy, and David Petraeus, ex-CIA director, penned an op-ed for 'The Washington Post' on Wednesday.
White House spokesman Peter Schultz said the president was referring to other proposed Republican legislation, not the campaign against the Iran deal.
The production, estimated to cost over $40 million dollars, is the first of a trilogy and took more than seven years to complete.
Human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh said it was "unrealistic" to hope that the deal would automatically resolve civil rights issues in Iran, but that it was still a step forward.
Mus'ab Al-Mosharraf, who blogs for the left-leaning Elaph website, claims that "it is indisputable that there are monkeys of Jewish origin."
The American-Jewish community has been split over the deal, with many communal organizations coming out against it despite a majority of Jews being broadly supportive of the administration.
By SAM SOKOL
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