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Marie Harf promoted to senior advisor, will focus on negotiations with Iran

The last time we checked in with Marie Harf, she was explaining to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that Iraqi security forces “have held their lines on the outside of the city” — that city being Ramadi, which had just  382 more words

US Politics

Finding home: one gay Iranian's quest for peace in Nova Scotia

April 9, 2015 · The Coast

When Air Canada flight 608 finally touched down in Halifax in December 2013, it marked the beginning of Pedram Niakan’s new life. 2,419 more words

Equal Rights

Tehran puts US reporter on trial for espionage

Since July 22, 2014, when Israeli hasbara newspaper, Washington Post’s reporter Jason Rezaian, 39, and his wife were arrested by Iranian security agency over their snooping around Iran’s nuclear facilities – the Jewish-controlled media has been crying ‘wolf’. 484 more words

Muslim World News

Iran Threatens to Use Proxy Hezbollah to 'Destroy Tel Aviv'

Iran Threatens to Use Proxy Hezbollah to 'Destroy Tel Aviv'
A top Iranian official has threatened Israel that Tehran's proxy, the Lebanon-based terror group Hezbollah, has over 80,000 missiles at its disposal, and that the Shiite jihadists are ready to fire upon Jerusalem at a…

Russia Confirms Sale of S-300 Missile Systems To Iran

by Agence France-Presse
May 26, 2015

Russia on Tuesday confirmed its decision to deliver S-300 air defense missile systems to Iran, but said it could not yet announce a date. 98 more words

Israel & Middle East

French Ambassador: Risk of Nuclear Arms Race Will Remain After Iran Deal

Gerard Araud, the French ambassador the United States, says an emerging nuclear deal with Iran will impose tough restrictions on the Islamic Republic and improve regional security across the Middle East. 352 more words


Im-Politic: Obama's Dubious "Trust Me" Strategy on Iran and Trade

Two pieces of evidence do not a trend make, but when we’re talking about the Presidency of the United States, whose occupants usually choose their words with the greatest care even when they’re not as eloquent as Barack Obama, chances are something noteworthy is going on. 796 more words