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As talks on curbing Tehran's nuclear program is scheduled to continue next week, a senior U.S. official said on Friday he did not expect an agreement to be reached, Reuters reported.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran regime’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif are to meet in Switzerland early next week.
NCRI - A Man hanged in a prison in city of Tabas in Iran. The prisoner had been arrested three years ago.
Mehdi Fatahi was hanged early morning on Wednesday in the main prison in the city.
Joint Conference by BPCIF and ISJ in the House of Commons: Democratic Iran a Prerequisite for Defeating Islamic Fundamentalism
On Wednesday, February 25, cross party MPs and Iran experts discussed the roots and solutions to the new global threat Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism in a joint conference by the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) and International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) in the House of Commons, chaired by the Rt Hon. David Jones MP, former Secretary of State For Wales.
A former US defense contractor has pleaded guilty to sending sensitive information about US military jet programs to Iran.
Mozaffar Khazaee, 60, pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday for violating the Arms Export Control Act and faces up to 20 years in prison.
U.S. Senator Bob Corker, the Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee intends to introduce legislation Friday giving Congress the power to review any nuclear deal with the Iranian regime, according to Bloomberg.
The proposal would give Congress the power to block any deal that President Barack Obama's administration reaches with Iran to curb its nuclear program by voting before an accord could take effect.
Iran's so-called 'moderate' President Hassan Rouhani has made no efforts to improve human rights in his own country or moves to improve relations with the West after 18 months, European Parliament Vice-President Ryszard Czarnecki has insisted.
And the nuclear negotiations between the regime and the P5+1 group of nations have been based on a false premise from the start, he said.
Police in Tehran attacked 3,000 protesters supporters of a spiritual group gathered in peaceful protest outside the city's Revolutionary Court before the trial of their faith's founder.
Intelligence Ministry agents used tear gas on the crowd, and arrested some who were transported to an unknown location.The violent scenes forced shops and businesses in the area to close down, and it took the police two hours to clear the area of demonstrators.
“Secretary of State John F. Kerry said Wednesday that a final nuclear deal with Iran could be derailed if new allegations from an Iranian dissident group that Iran is running a secret uranium enrichment operation at a facility near Tehran prove true,” The Washington Times reported.
Mr. Kerry told lawmakers that U.S. officials knew of charges related the site prior to this week, but that “it has not been revealed yet as a nuclear facility.”
Some 30 hours after the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) unveiled for the first time details of a secret nuclear site the Iranian regime has resorted to a hasty, desperate and pathetic propaganda blitz against the Iranian Resistance.
At a news conference at the National Press Club on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, the U.S. Representative Office of NCRI, unveiled information about Lavizan-3 site, where research and testing with advanced centrifuge machines for the purpose of uranium enrichment were being conducted.
A court in the United Arab Emirates has sentenced six Iranians, three of them in absentia, to life in prison for kidnapping an Iranian-British businessman who went missing in Dubai in 2013, according to local media in Dubai.
Dubai prosecutors sought the toughest punishment applicable against the six abductors for their involvement in kidnap case of Abbas Yazdanpanah, who was smuggled out on a boat from Sharjah to Iran.