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“It’s a good timing”: The US is ignoring global calls to suspend sanctions against Iran and Venezuela

At a time when all of humanity is facing a common, invisible enemy, world leaders have called for economic sanctions to be lifted, which have increasingly become a pursuit of war in other ways. The Trump administration has responded so far by ignoring these appeals and tightening punitive measures against the two nations that it has identified as America’s greatest …

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The Internet of Iran has largely failed. The following makes that unusual

Experts say the shutdown is an attempt by the government to stop the flow of information and suppress the demonstrations. David Kaye, the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of freedom of expression and expression, told CNN that the blackout made it "harder for people to organize, harder for people to protest". "The impact is extraordinarily disproportionate, as …

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At least one dead man in Iran is protesting against gas prices

At least one person was killed in violent protests in the central Iranian town of Sirjan on Saturday after the theocratic government announced it would increase gas prices by 50 percent to finance the distribution of money to the country's poor. Protesters flocked to the streets in more than a dozen cities after Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced Thursday's price …

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Israel targets the leadership of Islamic Jihad and sends a message to Iran

He described Abu el-Atta as a "ticking time bomb" and "main terrorist activist" from Gaza, responsible for many rocket attacks on Israel and planning more. He said the assassination had been approved ten days earlier, and Israel had been waiting for "optimal conditions" to hit him while minimizing the number of civilian casualties. He said Israel was not interested in …

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Trump calls on Iran to release former FBI agent Levinson

President Trump went on Twitter late Sunday to urge Iran to release the retired FBI agents missing in the country since 2007, saying that this was a very positive step towards tensions between the two countries since the provocations on the Strait of Tehran to release Hormuz. The disappearance of Robert Levinson was the source of the intrigue. He disappeared …

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Trump urges Iran to help in the case of a missing agent

US. For years, officials said Levinson works for a private client on his trip to Iran. In December 2013, the Associated Press reported that the ex-agent actually had a mission for CIA analysts who were not authorized to perform espionage operations. Since his disappearance in 2010 and 2011 photos and videos of Levinson appeared in an orange jumpsuit. His family …

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Iran President: New oil field with over 50 billion barrels found

Tehran, Iran – Iran has discovered a new oil field in the south of the country with more than 50 billion barrels of crude oil, its president said Sunday. A find that could increase its proven reserves by a third when it comes to selling energy overseas through US sanctions. The announcement by Hassan Rouhani comes when Iran faced US …

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Iran earthquake: Five dead and hundreds injured

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title An earthquake in northwestern Iran destroyed dozens of homes on Friday. At least five people were killed and hundreds injured in an earthquake in northwestern Iran. The 5.9 magnitude earthquake that occurred in the early morning hours of Friday in the East Azerbaijani province was reported by the Iranian earthquake …

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Iran earthquake: 5 dead, 300 injured with trembling

According to press TV, emergency and evaluation teams are deployed and Red Crescent teams have been deployed to the region. Press TV reported that trembling in Iran's East Azerbaijan province occurred at about 2:00 pm local time (5:30 pm CET) and there were more than 50 aftershocks. It added that buildings in the area were destroyed. According to Iranian state …

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