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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Iran-India logistical cooperation set to jump amid scaled-back energy ties

Al-Monitor – Amid reports of detailed talks between the United States and India to cut New Delhi’s oil imports from Iran, Indian refiners are reportedly moving to reduce their crude loadingsfrom the Islamic Republic. Yet, India has also taken the step of allowing its state refiners to use Iranian tankers and shipping insurance ahead of the re-imposition of US sanctions targeting Iranian oil exports and …

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Shirin Ebadi: Iran fears ‘one free election’

Kurdistan 24 – Shirin Ebadi, in an exclusive interview with Kurdistan 24, said that Tehran’s response to protesters expressing their “discontent” with the downward trend of living conditions and satisfaction with the government, only serves to worsen the situation and shows that Iran fears a “free election.”

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Iran hires financial arsonist to fight its financial fires

thehill – With its economy reeling and its currency in free fall, Iran hired a new central banker in August to restore public confidence. President Hasan Rouhani appointed Abdolnaser Hemmati to replace Valiollah Seif as the governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI). Hemmati has a long history of laundering money and violating U.S. sanctions, just as Seif did. Neither the United States nor …

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Cybersecurity Firm: More Iran Hacks As US Sanctions Loom

AP – An Iranian government-aligned group of hackers launched a major campaign targeting Mideast energy firms and others ahead of U.S. sanctions on Iran, a cybersecurity firm said Tuesday, warning further attacks remain possible as America re-imposes more sanctions in November.

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Where Are Eight Imprisoned Iranian Gonabadi Dervishes?

Iran Human rights – Eight of the imprisoned Gonabadi dervishes in Tehran were transferred to an unknown place 19 days ago and have had no contact with their families and friends. This is against the regulations of Prisons Organization and international obligations.

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