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  • Another 'Accident' At Iran Nuke Site

    The AP reports that fire and an explosion hit the Nantanz nuclear facility yesterday.
  • Iran issues arrest warrant for President Trump​

    The Iranian government has issued an arrest warrant for 36 individuals, including President Donald Trump, for the drone strike that killed Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani in January. Iran's attorney general Ali Alqasi Mehr stated that the Iranian government would not attempt to prosecute Trump as long as he remained in office but would attempt to prosecute him when his term is over. The Iranian government also asked Interpol to issue a "red notice" — which alerts police in member countries to be...

  • Iran issues arrest warrant for President Trump

    Iran on Monday issued an "arrest warrant" for President Trump and more than 30 other foreign officials for their role in the January killing of top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, according to the country's Fars News Agency. Iranian officials said "red alerts" already have been issued for Mr. Trump and

    The Washington Times
  • Iran's Navy Should Know Better Than To Threaten America

    David Axe Security, Middle East Iran's track record speaks for itself. Here's What You Need To Remember: In February 2014, the Iranian navy announced it was sending two warships toward the U.S. East Coast. “This move has a message,” Adm. Afshin Rezayee Haddad said, adding that the deployment is “Iran’s response to Washington’s beefed up naval presence in the Persian Gulf. Haddad failed to mention that the two ships were a lightly armed tanker and a tiny, 45-year-old “destroyer”—neither of...

    The National Interest
  • Iran's beautiful palaces and holy sites – in pictures

    Ahead of new BBC series Art of Persia, starting on 15 June, Christopher Wilton-Steer looks up at the intricate ceilings of Iran’s mosques, mausoleums and palaces Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Iran reports 'accident' at nuclear site, warns enemies...

    Tehran on Thursday reported an "accident" at Natanz nuclear complex in central Iran, saying there were no casualties or radioactive pollution, and warned foes -- especially Israel -- against hostile actions. There was "no nuclear material (at the damaged warehouse) and no potential of

  • Fire or explosion damages building at Iran nuclear site

    State downplays incident as dissidents claim responsibility in unconfirmed report to BBC A fire damaged a building on Thursday morning at one of Iran’s main nuclear facilities, a site that has previously been the target of cyberattacks and where enrichment activity has been ramped up in the past year. Iranian officials downplayed the incident – the third prominent industrial accident in the country in recent days – though the BBC’s Farsi service said it received an email before the news of the...

    the Guardian