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“Stop the harassment, arbitrary arrest and detention, and imprisonment of Christians, including converts, in Iran,”
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Kahlon said the economic sanctions led by the US on Iran are proving themselves effective: "We should be thankful to the US."
Iran's Intelligence Minister: we brought under our control a member of a cabinet of a powerful country.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Kurds who joined PAK are from Iran, but fled the Islamic Republic’s repression to find refuge in the autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government areas of northern Iraq.
Iran's economy has suffered not only from sanctions but also from pervasive corruption and the concentration of its wealth and trade controlled by the hardline Revolutionary Guards military force.
The EU is working to maintain trade with Iran, which has threatened to stop complying with the nuclear agreement if it fails to see the economic benefits of relief from sanctions.
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Bolton added that what is central to US policy in Syria is not only to defeat of the Islamic State and the elimination of its territorial caliphate, but also to deal with Iran’s presence.
Thousands of Iranians have protested in recent weeks against sharp price rises of some food items, a lack of jobs and state corruption.
The fighter jet called Kowsar was fully domestic made, capable of carrying various weapons, and will be used for short aerial support missions.
"We do not want to revisit that nuclear deal. We want the United States to implement that  nuclear deal," Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told CNN on Sunday.
'Americans are imposing sanctions but they claim they are supporting freedom, human rights, and global and regional security,' said the Iranian Parliament Speaker.
Britain, France and Germany have sought to keep the deal alive after the United States exited the 2015 accord.
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Eyewitnesses reported protestors throwing stones and fires burning at the sites of the demonstrations, and security forces using tear gas and water cannons against the demonstrators
"Respect for the great nation of Iran, the reduction of hostilities, and America's return to the JCPOA, will smooth the path past the current rocky relations."
By SAMUEL THROPE,REUTERS
"The statement that he made was not on the level of diplomacy, but the speech of a charlatan... in the international arena he is famous for his corruption."
"We will not abandon our revolutionary principles and beliefs, and faced with those who seek our ill, we will remain steadfast and strong,"
"It would be a mistake to think the U.S. economic war against Iran will have no impact," Eshaq Jahangiri, an Iranian politician said.
Austrian Airlines said it cancelled its service to the Iranian cities, starting in September, according to the airline trade website Aviation Tribune.
Washington has announced new sanctions on Iran and ordered all countries to stop buying Iranian oil by November and foreign firms to stop doing business there or face US blacklists.
"Iran considers the Zionist regime illegitimate and its actions in the region aggressive and condemnatory."
Rouhani also said U.S. attempts to pressure its allies to stop buying Iranian oil exports are "exaggerated" and could never be put in place.
In recent days, as the rial has plunged, demonstrators have taken to the streets in Iran angrily protesting that the regime is investing in Syria, Hezbollah and Hamas, but not at home.
Iran will face the "wrath of the entire world" if it continues to pursue nuclear weapons, the US Secretary of State said in an interview Saturday.
A US official claims Israel struck Iranian-backed Iraqi militia in Syria, and now Tehran must think twice about moving fighters across the porous border.
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