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Monthly Archives: July 2019

Iran’s history of hacking and being hacked

axios.com – Given last week’s flurry of U.S. cyberattacks against Tehran, Iran’s history of retaliating with cyberattacks might raise a few eyebrows. But more concerning might be Iran’s history of learning new strategies from other nations’ cyberattacks. The big picture: In 2009, Iran became the first known target of cyber warfare. Its history with cyber conflict is long, and could be …

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FINAL SIX HOSTS USA WRAP UP MEN’S VNL POOL PLAY WITH A BANG

volleyball.world – Plovdiv, Bulgaria, June 30, 2019 – USA finished their 2019 FIVB Men’s Volleyball Nations League pool play obligations on a high with a win over Iran 3-0 (27-25, 25-21, 25-20) on Sunday evening, ahead of hosting the Final Six of the competition, 10-14 July in Chicago. With both teams already qualified to the Final Six, the match was …

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Top Iran Police Official Claims 87 Percent support The Regime

Radiofarda – While there are constant tensions between citizens and law enforcement in Iran over the strict dress code, a top police official claims 87 percent support the regime and, “More than 90% of Iranian society believes in modesty, the necessity of being covered up, and Hijab (Islamic dress code).” Describing “improper hijab” as an “obvious crime,” General Ayoub Soleimani …

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Iran Offering Residence Permits To Foreigners For 250 Thousand Euro Investment

Radiofarda – Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani’s government has decided to offer 5-year residence permits to those foreigners who invest 250,000 euros in Iran. The government spokesman Ali Rabiee told a local news agency this decision was made to simplify the “process of investments” in the country. According to Rabiee, investment can be in the form of deposits in Iranian banks, …

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Enter The Corbyn: How A Briton Scored A PR Coup Against The Islamic Republic

Radiofarda – For 14 nights he camped outside the Iranian embassy in London attracting media attention around the world and well-wishers from across the UK, including 100 members of parliament from different political parties. His tent even received mail after postal workers sent him a letter. On Saturday Nazanin ended her hunger strike in Tehran’s Evin prison, prompting Richard Ratcliffe …

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Iran Faces ‘Serious Shortage’ Of Doctors Due To Emigration

Radiofarda – The Islamic Republic’s Deputy Health Minister says Iran is suffering from a “serious shortage of physicians,” since thousands of local doctors have emigrated. Speaking to the state-run Iran Students News Agency (ISNA), Iraj Harirchi disclosed, “For every 1,000 Iranians, there are only 1.6 general practitioners, dentists, and specialists, while the least ratio to meet the country’s demands should …

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Iran Lawmakers Call For Impeachments, Warn Ministers As Elections Approach

Radiofarda – Members of the Iranian Parliament (Majles) have recently tabled motions that can adversely affect President Hassan Rouhani’s administration. Most recently, on Sunday June 30, several members of the Parliament called for amending the internal regulations of the Majles in a way that would strengthen the parliament’s supervisory role, and give it a better leverage on the administration, Tasnim …

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Zarif: Iran will never succumb to US pressure

Al-Arabia – Iran will never succumb to US pressure and if Washington wants talks with Tehran it should show respect, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday.“Iran will never yield to pressure from the United States … America should try to respect Iran … if they want to talk to Iran, they should show respect,” Zarif said in a …

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Iran exceeds threshold of enriched uranium allowed under nuclear deal: Fars

Al-Arabia – Iran’s enriched uranium stockpile has passed the 300 kilogram limit under its nuclear deal, the semi-official Fars news agency reported on Monday, citing an unnamed “informed source.”Iranian officials have said in recent days that the Islamic Republic is on track to pass the enriched uranium limit, which was set under its nuclear deal, after remaining signatories to the …

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