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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Three Student Activists Sentenced to Imprisonment

HRANA News Agency – Mohsen Haghshenas, student of Stage Designing at Tehran University, was convicted by Tehran Revolutionary Court on charges of gathering and collusion with the intention of committing a crime against the security of the country and disturbing public order by taking part in illegal gatherings, to two years imprisonment. Leila Hossein Zadeh and Sina Rabiei, two other …

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Iran’s housing sector keeps building

Al-Monitor -In Iran, the housing sector — which accounts for a hefty 35% of all household expenses — has since 2011 been in the grip of its worst recession in recent history. Indeed, it was the only sector not to rebound after sanctions were lifted with the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in January 2016. But …

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Iranian media claim Syrian, not Iranian, rockets struck Golan

Al-Monitor – Israel today launched its largest barrage of rockets to strike Syria in recent years, claiming to target all of Iran’s military infrastructure in the country. Israeli officials said that the strikes were in response to 20 Iranian rockets that had targeted the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights hours earlier. In recent months, Israel has reportedly been behind attacks on a number of Iranian sites inside …

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Political Figures Object To The Burning Of US Flag At Iran’s Parliament

Radiofarda – Outspoken MP Ali Motahari and a number of other Iranian political figures have criticized setting fire to a picture of the US flag and a copy of the nuclear agreement (JCPOA) at the Majles session on Wednesday May 9, the morning after US President Donald Trump announced the United States’ pullout from the nuclear deal with Iran.

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