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UK, Iran Exchange Ambassadors After 5-Year Hiatus

Iran regains international status and power as Britain re-installs an ambassador in Tehran, and accepts an Iranian ambassador in London.

Iran ‘Not Worried’ About Falling Oil Prices

Iran, a member of OPEC, is not as worried about the plummeting price of crude oil as its regional neighbors -- it has other sources of income.

Tehran Arrests Local IranDeal Negotiator as Spy

Iran has arrested a member of its own negotiating team after signing the nuclear deal that restored billions to its coffers.

US Denies Conditioning $400 Million Payment on Prisoner Release Was Ransom

The Obama administration still insists it paid "no ransom" to Iran in order to get back four hostages held by Tehran. But where is Bob Levinson, the only Jew?

Moscow Calming Israeli, American Fears of Russia-Turkey-Iran Coalition

It isn't clear who is panicking more at the moment—Jerusalem or Washington—over the possibility that Turkey, a NATO member, would switch sides and coalesce with Russia and Iran.

ISIS Takes Weapons in US Retreat, But Where Else Are American Arms?

Terrorists pick up weapons during a retreat by US forces in Afghanistan. It's not the first time. Israel is watching.

Iran Seizes Chance to ‘Help’ Beirut, Shipping Arms to Lebanon

Iran has seized the opportunity to "help" Beirut when Saudi Arabia pulled its economic aid from Lebanon.

Iranian Nuclear Scientist Hanged for Spying for US

According to the Wall Street Journal, Iranian authorities had threatened to hurt Amiri's family if he did not return to Iran.

AP: Secret Iran ‘Side Deal’ Allows Tehran To Accelerate Nuclear Development

The document, allowing Iran to upgrade its centrifuges and increase its enriching capacity, long before the deal officially expires is the only part of last year’s Iran deal between not made public

Iran Celebrates Anniversary of Nuclear Deal by Firing Ballistic Missile

Secretary of State John Kerry said this week that “Nobody pretends that some of the challenges we have with Iran have somehow been wiped away."

European Union to Open Iran Office

The European Union wasted no time establishing a presence in Tehran.

Greece Talks About Ties with Iran

Diplomatic, economic and trade ties appear to be warming up between Iran and Greece.

Obama Administration Admits Iran Worked on Nuclear Weapons

The Obama Administration says two radioactive particles found at Parchin prove Iran was working on nuclear weapons, at least in the past.

Iran Claims It Foiled ‘Bombing, Terrorist Attack Plots Across Country’ by ‘Takfiri’

Accusing other Muslims of being takfiris is a sectarian slur, used heavily since the start of the Syrian Civil War in 2011.

Military Official Says Iran Tested Precision-Guided Ballistic Missile

US Secretary of State John Kerry did say in the past that the US and its allies were “prepared to work on a new arrangement to find a peaceful solution to these issues.”

Iranian Parliament Approves Bill ‘Requiring’ New Missiles, Military Technology

The Iranian parliament has voted to require its government to significantly upgrade its military power and advance its ballistic missile technology.

Palestinian Islamic Jihad Delegation in Iran to ‘Bolster the Intifada,’ Raise Funds

Ramadan Abdullah led a delegation of Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists to Iran to ask for money, and suggestions on how to "bolster the intifada."

Russia Refusing to Deliver S-300 Missiles to Syria, But Iran Gets Hers Ahead of...

Russia received intelligence from Israel a year ago that Tehran had violated an agreement with Moscow not to pass on advanced Russian-made weaponry to Hezbollah.

Female Air France Crew Members Can Decline Flights to Tehran

Female staff at Air France can opt out of flight routes to Iran so they won't be forced to wear head scarves.

Netanyahu Demands World Powers Punish Iran for Ballistic Missile Violations

Iran claims the long-range ballistic missiles that can now reach Israel don't violate the nuclear deal.

Rouhani Wins Tehran in Iran’s Election for Assembly of Experts

The election results could portend a very powerful future for Iran's current president.

Russia: No S-300 Deliveries Until Iran Pays the Bill

Moscow flatly denies Iranian claims the advanced S-300 air defense system to be delivered Thursday.

European Airlines Flying Back to Iran

European airlines are racing back to Tehran, but cautious in how they publicize their return.

US Navy Vessels Seized in Persian Gulf, Held by Iran

Ten U.S. sailors and 2 Navy boats are held by Tehran after being picked up in Iran's territorial waters.

Bahrain, UAE, Sudan Join Saudi Arabia, Sever Ties with Shi’ite Iran

Bahrain, UAE and Sudan have all followed Saudi Arabia's lead and severed diplomatic ties with Iran.

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