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Iran’s Rowhani warns those using ‘threatening language’

Al-Arabia – Iranian President Hassan Rowhani warned Friday that those using “threatening language” against Tehran would regret it as the regime faces increasingly hawkish rhetoric from the new US administration. Rowhani was speaking at a march attended by hundreds of thousands of people in the capital marking the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution. “This turnout is a response to …

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Why Iran-US war of words won’t turn physical

Al-monitor – As much as the United States’ new tone toward Iran is worrisome, and as much as the Islamic Republic’s Jan. 29 ballistic missile test is disconcerting, Tehran and Washington are unlikely to collide directly. AUTHOR Adnan Tabatabai In both capitals, decision-makers see an urgent need for harsh rhetoric — albeit for different reasons. The Iranians see a need …

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Kuwait welcomes prospects for cooperation between Iran, Persian Gulf Arab states

PayvandNews – Kuwaiti Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled al-Jarallah has welcomed prospects for cooperation between Iran and the Persian Gulf Arab countries to help resolve conflicts in the region. Dialogue between Iran and the Persian Gulf Arab countries would “contribute effectively to containment of many areas of tension in the region, whether in Yemen or in Syria or anywhere else in …

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Mac malware originated in Iran, say researchers

scmagazine -A piece of malware, believed to have originated in Iran, was detected on the Apple computers of a phony website masquerading as the U.S. aerospace firm United Technologies, as well as that of a human rights advocate. The Mac-based malware could be an attempt by Iranian hackers to target the U.S. defense industry, according to Claudio Guarnieri and Collin …

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Iran commutes death sentences of six juvenile offenders

GulfNews – Tehran: Iran has commuted death sentences against six juvenile offenders following UN criticism it was executing people who had committed crimes as children at “an unprecedented rate”, a report said on Thursday. Prosecutors asked the judiciary to reconsider 10 cases, the Shahrvand newspaper quoted Tehran chief prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi as saying. “Six requests were accepted and their …

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