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TV Turns 60 In Iran With Biased, Ideological Programming And Low Credibility

Radiofarda – TV broadcasting in Iran turns 60 this October. During the past six decades, the broadcaster was transformed from a private organization to a national broadcaster, the focus of its programming changed from information dissemination and entertainment to one of political brainwashing, garnering support for the government inside Iran and acting as a tool for disinformation around the globe.

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Bolton Says U.S. Reviewing All Agreements That Expose It To World Court

RFL/RE – U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton said on Wednesday the administration was reviewing all international agreements that could expose it to binding decisions by the International Court of Justice saying it was politicized and ineffective.

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Iran Says Saudi Arabia, Russia Violated OPEC Deal On Output Cuts

Radiofarda – Iran accused Saudi Arabia and Russia on Wednesday of breaking OPEC’s agreement on output cuts by producing more crude, adding that the two countries would not be able to produce enough oil to make up for a reduction in Iranian exports.

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U.S. Terminates 1955 ‘Friendship’ Treaty With Iran After UN Court Ruling

Radiofarda – The United States says it is canceling a decades-old friendship treaty with Iran after Tehran cited it in an international court case against Washington’s sanctions policy.

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Will Iran, Turkey jointly confront US influence east of the Euphrates?

Al-Monitor – Turkey is facing a new conundrum in Syria. While its main concern is the areas held by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), due to the latter’s links with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), Turkey has had to prioritize Idlib because of the looming attack on the province, which could jeopardize Ankara’s presence in northern Syria.

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