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Monthly Archives: April 2020

Iran Guards Warn Washington Against Any Attack On Proxies In Iraq

Radiofarda – As Baghdad and commanders of Iran’s close ally, Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (P.M.F.) warn of an imminent U.S. attack on Iran’s Shi’ite militia proxies in Iraq, some top military and political figures in Tehran are warning Washington against the move. In a tweet on Tuesday, March 31, former (1980-97) Chief-Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Major-General …

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Iran assassination in Istanbul latest regime murder abroad, say experts

Al-Arabia – The recent revelation that intelligence officers at Iran’s consulate in Turkey instigated the killing of Iranian dissident Masoud Molavi Vardanjani last November is just the latest example of a long-standing foreign policy practice of the Islamic Republic regime, experts say. Turkish officials told Reuters that two intelligence officers at Iran’s consulate in Istanbul were behind the assassination last November of …

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Key Trump ally blasts administration for extending Iran nuclear waivers

Al-Monitor – Iran hawks in Congress are unhappy with the Donald Trump administration’s announcement that it will extend four waivers enabling other countries to cooperate with Tehran on certain civil nuclear activities. The waivers are among the last remnants of former President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, which President Trump withdrew from in 2018. And while Trump’s maximum pressure …

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Iran battles coronavirus amid dramatic slump in oil income

Al-Monitor – Iran’s vice president for economic affairs lamented the free fall of the country’s oil revenue. Mohammad Nahavandian told Iranian state TV that oil inventory has dropped to one-eighth of where it stood in 2011. The comments came after the global oil market was rattled by the coronavirus pandemic, which has slashed international demand for crude. The damage to Iran, the world’s fifth largest oil producer, has …

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