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Trump's continued waivers of the sanctions are crucial to a Rouhani victory this Friday, since the Iranian President has built his reputation on the deal with the West.
The trade turnover between Russia and Iran grew by 80% in 2016.
Iranian activist Alinejad has no illusions about the state of European feminism, writing that 'European female politicians are hypocrites.'
The Muslim Middle East continues unraveling: Saudis cut relations with Iran, Iranians torch Saudi Embassy
"PC" Foreign news agencies exhilarated over "moderate' Rouhani but omitted his criticism of the Islamic world for "stopping to look at the Zionist regime as the main aggressor."
Obama is not popular in either country, but to put it in positive terms, the U.S. President is a tiny bit more popular with Iranians than with Israelis.
Iranian parliament approved document very different from the JCPOA - it calls for ending sanctions and ending Israel's nuke program.
Neither Iran nor any other party has signed the 'Iran Deal.' There is no enforceable agreement.
Ballistic missiles testing not banned by JCPOA and snapback sanctions relief to be given to Russia, China and Europe.
An announcement of an agreement is expected at 11:30 a.m. (4:30 a.m. EDT).
Senators want Iran to recognize Israel, release Jason Rezaian and for the President to certify Iran isn't targeting US citizens...
Israel, for good reason, is just about the only nation on Earth that understands the results of appeasing evil.
Perhaps Obama and Kerry are finally learning that any agreement made with the Arab world simply is a basis for an argument. But don’t bet on it.
Iran will receive between $50 and $75 billion, tax free, not for eliminating its nuclear weapons program, but for merely slowing it down.
An Iranian news agency accuses Obama of being ordered around by Netanyahu.
Bibi dared to mention the NY Times' own shoddy record of believing dictators on the threshold of nuclear weapons capability.
If brilliant speeches mean anything, Netanyahu crushed Iran’s nuclear program at the U.N. Tuesday, but he may be tested to back up his statement: “If Israel has to act alone, we will do so.”
Israel and Iran may be the only two countries that tell each other what they really think, without diplomatic niceties. Tehran calls Netanyahu a liar after he warned that Iran tries to deceive the world.
This was the first direct conversation between an American and an Iranian leader in 34 years.
The centrifuges keep on churning and Iran is putting together warheads.
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