Arab News says Iran said on Wednesday it intended to conduct a test launch of its new solid-fueled rocket, despite a series of catastrophic failures and growing evidence that Israel may be sabotaging Tehran’s aerospace program.
Arab News says Iran is “dangerously close” to completing its nuclear weapons program, and will be able to produce an atomic bomb unless the West gets tough on Tehran, Israel’s PM warned.
Arab News says protesters angry over a building collapse in southwestern Iran that killed at least 32 people shouted down an emissary sent by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Aljazeera says the number of executions globally rose 20 percent in 2021, while the number of death sentences handed down increased by 40 percent, Amnesty has said.
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Arab News says a top Iranian official said Monday that his country is seeking “creative ways” to restore its nuclear deal with world powers.
Arab News says Iran likely suffered another failed launch of a satellite-carrying rocket in recent days attempting to reinvigorate a program criticized by the West.
The Independent says a military aircraft has crashed near a school in Tabriz, Iran, killing both its pilots and at least one person on the ground, according to state media reports.
BREAKING NEWS – A huge fire breaks out in Iranian military base which can be seen from miles away. Fire and rescue teams are working to put the inferno out.
The Independent says a husband paraded the decapitated head of his 17-year-old wife in front of a crowd in Iran after murdering her in a harrowing incident which has triggered outrage.
Arab News says as the world sees vaccination slowing and infections soaring with the spread of omicron, Iran has found a rare respite from the pandemic.
Arab News says Iran’s top diplomat to Yemen died on Tuesday after reportedly contracting the coronavirus, the country’s state TV said.
Britain and Israel will “work night and day” to stop Iran gaining power in the region and becoming a nuclear power, the foreign ministers of the two countries wrote in a joint article. “The clock is ticking, which heightens the need for close cooperation.”
Iran will not stop advancing its nuclear program until it is confident the US will lift all sanctions imposed on Tehran under former President Donald Trump in a “verifiable” manner, the spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry said on Monday.
Arab News says the US is alarmed by Iran’s progress toward obtaining an atomic weapon and hopes to resume talks soon to curb Tehran’s nuclear program.
Sixty-five members of the Iran-backed Houthi militia and pro-government forces have been killed in renewed fighting for the strategic Yemeni city of Marib.
Taliban told Iran to continue exports of petroleum products which the latter had paused over safety concerns.
Iran said on Monday it is ready to ship more fuel to Lebanon if needed, a day after the leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah group said more vessels carrying Iranian fuel would sail soon to help ease the country’s fuel shortage.
Iran has accelerated its enrichment of uranium to near weapons-grade, the UN atomic watchdog said in a report on Tuesday seen by Reuters, a move raising tensions with the West as both sides seek to resume talks on reviving Tehran’s nuclear deal.
The US on Thursday urged Iran’s new President Ebrahim Raisi to return to talks on both nations resuming compliance with the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, repeating the US stance that the window for diplomacy would not stay open forever.
Prince Faisal said Iran was already “emboldened” and “extremely active in the region with its negative activity.”
“We’ve conducted a thorough review and we’re confident that Iran carried out this attack,” Blinken said.
A member of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) won the country’s first gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, drawing mixed reactions from Iranians. A group of Iranian activists and athletes dubbed his victory a “catastrophe” on Sunday.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani announced Thursday the opening of a new oil export terminal on the Gulf of Oman that will allow shipments to avoid the strategic Strait of Hormuz.
Protesters angry about water shortages took to the streets of southwest Iran for a sixth night in a row on Tuesday, with mounting violence, while Tehran residents chanted anti-government slogans, according to videos posted on social media on Wednesday and Iranian news outlets.
Arab News says at least three people have been shot dead, one of them a police officer, in a week of rioting and protests over water shortages
The death toll from street protests over water shortages in Iran’s oil-rich southwest rose to three, activists said on Saturday, as demonstrations continued for a third consecutive night.
Protesters angry over water shortages marched through the streets of an oil-rich, restive province in southwestern Iran late Thursday, with police firing weapons to disperse the crowds, according to YouTube videos.
The image on the device of the alleged Iranian intelligence operative was chilling: A grapihc depicting images of two Iranian dissidents apprehended abroad. Next to them was an image of a journalist with the message “are you coming or should we come for you?” that US prosecutors allege he intended to kidnap.
The United States is “moving on the wrong path” and must stop its interference in the region, Iran’s foreign ministry said on Monday following US military airstrikes against pro-Iranian militias in Iraq and Syria.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Friday repeated pledges to import Iranian fuel should shortages across the country persist.
Ebrahim Raisi has won the country’s presidential election by a landslide, according to preliminary results released on Saturday by the Interior Ministry
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