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Islamic republic since monarchy overthrown in 1979, currently facing stiff international sanctions over its nuclear program. Run by supreme council of ayatollahs.
“We have confirmed evidence that the snipers were elements of militias reporting directly to their commander instead of the chief commander of the armed forces.”
International recognition of Iranian technological, financial and military support for these organizations has been well established through repeated UN investigations and reports.
Reports indicate, that the “if you don’t do this, there will be war,” threat was used during the phone call between Erdogan and Trump.
"Iran hasn't got much for keeping its part of the deal so far but it has to return to the full implementation of its commitments under the deal," hopeful future head of the IAEA said.
While they imprison journalists, they use the case of Saudi insider Jamal Khashoggi to talk about press freedom
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The newspaper obtained a classified document from an undisclosed source claiming that Saudi Arabia proposed two options to the United States on how to topple the Islamic Republic - Nimrod and Spider.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
In 1980, Iraq invaded Iran, launching an all-out assault featuring both air strikes and ground invasions to propel themselves into Iranian territory.
By ZACHARY KEYSER
IRGC's Head of Intelligence claims cell wanted to dig a tunnel and detonate 500 kilos of explosives to kill Soleimani.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Last month, Merkel’s administration sent government representatives to a pro-Iran business forum.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
In Istanbul this year, a representative of Amnesty International and Reporters Without Borders were on hand to commemorate the murder of Khashoggi.
Iranian security forces had captured a team of spies in July, the spokesman said.
By SYDNEY DENNEN
General Hossein Salami said that Israel must be "wiped off the world" map.
"Or the words of the president of America who in 24 hours said explicitly twice ... that I want to intensify sanctions? [The Europeans] didn't have a clear answer."
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