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Tehran Security Increased After Attacks By ‘IS Recruits From Iran’

RFL/RE – Reports from Iran say police have increased patrols in the streets and subway stations of the capital, Tehran, as the death toll rose a day after attacks on parliament and Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s shrine. Iranian officials said on June 8 that 17 victims were killed and more than 40 wounded in the attacks a day earlier — the …

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New Iran Sanctions Passes Key Vote in U.S. Senate; New Russian Sanctions Possible

RFL/RE  — The U.S. Senate has advanced a package of new sanctions on Iran, to punish Tehran for its ballistic missile program, arms transfers and support for militant groups in the Middle East. Senators voted 97-2 on a procedural measure on June 7 that sets up a final vote in the coming days. The bill would sanction people involved in Iran’s ballistic …

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Trump to Iran: States backing terror risk ‘falling victim’ themselves

Al-Arabia – US President Donald Trump on Wednesday expressed sympathy for the victims of a terror attack in Iran that killed 13 people, but issued a barbed warning that the country was reaping what it sowed. Gunmen and suicide bombers, acting almost simultaneously, attacked Iran’s parliament and a shrine to the revolutionary leader Ayatollah Khomeini. “We grieve and pray for …

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Islamic State Threatens More Terror Against Iran

VOA – Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said Thursday that five of the men involved in attacks on the country’s parliament and the tomb of former leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini were Iranians who had joined the Islamic State group. The ministry said the men had fought for Islamic State in Mosul, Iraq, and in Raqqa, Syria, before returning to Iran in August …

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Poor Food Program in Tabriz Central Prison

HRANA News Agency – Since more than a month and a half ago, the diet which “includes cheese for breakfast, only rice for lunch, soup for dinner” has been served in Tabriz prison. This meal plan has been served under the pretext of repairing the kitchen by officials of the prison while most inmates could not afford to buy food …

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