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Iran plans to disconnect 27 cameras in ‘fatal blow’ to nuclear deal: Grossi

Al-Arabia – Iran is removing 27 surveillance cameras at nuclear facilities, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) head Rafael Grossi said Thursday, calling it a “serious challenge” to the UN watchdog’s work in the country. “What we have been informed is that 27 cameras… are being removed in Iran,” he told reporters. “So this of course poses a serious challenge …

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Iran suspected of ramping up nuclear weapon efforts: German intelligence

Al-Arabia – Iran is suspected of ramping up efforts to develop its nuclear weapon capabilities, according to a German intelligence report released on Tuesday. The Islamic Republic is also pursuing “one of the largest missile programs in the Middle East,” the report said. The 368-page document produced by the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) detailed Iran’s …

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Iran Chides Nuclear Watchdog For Resolution, Raising Fears That Deal Is Slipping Away

RFL/RE – Tehran has called the UN nuclear watchdog’s resolution censuring Iran for failing to cooperate with it a “wrong and unconstructive move,” raising concerns that the chances of reviving a nuclear accord with global powers may be slipping away. The resolution criticizing Iran for failing to explain uranium traces found at three undeclared sites was approved late on June …

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Blood-Soaked Fatwas: How Khomeini Turned Homicide Into Policy in Iran

Iranwire – Every year on June 3, the anniversary of the 1989 death of Ruhollah Khomeini, the Iranian state and, by extension, its propaganda apparatus strain to portray the Ayatollah as a kind and just old man who lived a simple, ascetic life. The old myth that people saw the image of his face on the moon before he flew …

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Details Emerge on Mass Execution of Baluchis on Iran’s Western Border

Iranwire – On Monday, June 6, some 12 members of Iran’s Baluchi ethnic minority were hanged at dawn in Zahedan Central Prison. The city is located in Iran’s farthest western reaches, a stone’s throw from the border with Pakistan in the country’s most deprived province, Sistan and Baluchistan. Initially, the news published about the hangings was typically sparse. Gradually, however, …

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