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Iranian Terrorist Freed in Belgium

Iranwire – A Belgian aid worker incarcerated in Iran and an Iranian diplomat jailed in Belgium in connection with a foiled bomb plot have been released in a swap deal mediated by Oman. Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said in a statement on May 26 that Olivier Vandecasteele was transferred to Oman late on May 25, adding, “If all goes as …

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Iranian Dissident Tabarzadi Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison

Iranwire – The Isfahan Revolutionary Court has sentenced Heshmatullah Tabarzadi, a well-known opponent of the Islamic Republic, to 45 years and six months in prison, his lawyer says. “This unjust conviction is not final and can be challenged. However, my client refuses to acknowledge the legitimacy of the Islamic Republic’s courts and therefore does not protest,” the lawyer, Mohammad Moghimi, …

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Iran’s Nuclear Program: Does the Biden Administration Have a Policy?

gatestoneinstitute.org – Since 2021, the Biden Administration has been cozying up to Iran in a way that has often seemed agonizingly embarrassing to entice it back to the disastrous 2015 “JCPOA” nuclear deal of the Obama Administration. Mercifully those efforts did not succeed: the new deal would still most likely have enabled Iran, after a few years, legitimately to have …

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Iran has a direct route to send Russia weapons – and Western powers can do little to stop the shipments

CNN — The waters of the Caspian Sea appear deceptively calm. But this sea route – which provides a direct path between Iran and Russia – is increasingly busy with cargo traffic, including suspected weapons transfers from Tehran to Moscow. As cooperation between the two countries deepens, the Caspian Sea route is being used to move drones, bullets, and mortar shells that the Russian …

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UK Warns British Nationals Against Travel To Iran

iranintl – The British Foreign Office warned that British and Iranian-British citizens are significantly at risk of arbitrary detention if they travel to Iran. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) in a notice on Thursday advised British nationals against all travel to Iran. It warned that the British passport can make Iranian authorities target travelers and they could spend months or …

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