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Iran’s assassins: Tehran has a long history of assassinating people

Tehran has passed on its assassination expertise to its proxy Hezbollah and has also worked with the Syrian regime to carry out assassinations of those who oppose its interests.

Iran claims getting closer to cracking 'Natanz nuclear sabotage case'

Iran is slow-playing discussions with the IAEA even as it also sluggishly investigates the Natanz incident.

Iraqi security forces re-open BaghdadÕs Sinak bridge, after it was shut down by protesters, in Baghd
Massive explosion at Iraqi base linked to Iranian-backed militias

Iraq’s Security Media Cell was quick to tamp down on rumors about the explosion.

Iranian national admits to planning terror attacks in Germany

He encouraged others to commit such attacks in the country, including by driving a car into a crowd, attacking people with a meat cleaver and setting off bombs.

If Iran’s leaders won’t change, its people will force them

The Iranian economy is in crisis and ordinary Iranians have courageously taken to the streets demanding that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei step down.

Protestors in Iran
Iranian protesters angry at regime apologists

Demonstrators said they were united in strength and angry at the IRGC, which they accused of killing their loved ones and friends.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, May 14, 2019
Disgust, outrage and anger over Newsweek’s Iran cover

“A once great magazine is reduced to spreading propaganda for the Islamic Republic,” wrote Mike Doran of the Hudson Institute.

State Department: Iran may have been behind attack on Iraq's Balad base

On Tuesday, five rockets landed on Ain Al-Asad air base, which hosts U.S. forces in Anbar province in western Iraq without causing any casualties.

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