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Four Men Indicted By US Attorneys For Conspiring To Sell Iranian Oil To China

Radiofarda – Federal prosecutors in Pennsylvania indicted four American men August 27 allegedly conspiring to buy Iranian crude oil for a Chinese refinery as part of a scheme to circumvent U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic. Nicholas Hovan, 34, Daniel Ray Lane, 39, Robert Thwaites, 30, and Zhenyu Wang, 39, allegedly devised a plan to illegally buy the Iranian crude …

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Health Of Jailed Iranian Rights Activist On Hunger Strike Deteriorates

Radiofarda – The husband of Nasrin Sotoudeh, a prominent lawyer and human rights activist who is on hunger strike at Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison, said Thursday her health has badly deteriorated after seventeen days of refusing food. Ms. Sotoudeh went on a hunger strike on August 11 to protest the “unfair” and “illegal” conditions of political prisoners in Iran and …

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Who Are The Potential Reformist Candidates For Iran’s 2021 Presidential Election?

Radiofarda – Most assessments and predictions so far about Iran’s next presidential elections have taken a conservative victory for granted. Many media outlets have published lists of conservative candidates for the June 18, 2021 elections from among veteran politicians who have already held high offices, as well as younger neo-cons who entered the Iranian Parliament as recently as in May …

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Iran Says Home-Grown Search Engine Project Has Failed

Radiofarda – Iran’s Telecommunications Minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi on Wednesday admitted that “as shown by the incidents in November” the home-grown search engine cannot has failed and cannot meet the expectations. In November 2019 anti-regime protests broke out across the country when the government raised fuel prices three-fold. During the protests, authorities shut down the global web access for several …

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What’s next for Russia-Iran military partnership?

Al-Monitor – Russia’s dialogue with Iran has emerged as one of the most dynamic fronts of Moscow’s diplomacy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif visited Moscow twice this summer — first in June and then in July — to discuss the future of the nuclear deal, as well as the coordinated response to the American campaign to extend …

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