The Iranian regime has built out an underground facility at its Parchin military complex, and also removed “potentially incriminating traces of activity” while international nuclear talks were underway, satellite images published by intelligence site Stratfor reveal.
(Brussels, 22 January 2016) - Subsequent to the IAEA report and lifting of sanctions, the International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) that has been closely following Iran’s nuclear projects in the past years and its negotiations with the P5+1, considers it necessary to refer to the following points:
Legislation that could undermine the international nuclear deal with Iran's regime cleared a U.S. congressional panel on Thursday, setting up a potential showdown over one of U.S. President Barack Obama's signature foreign policy initiatives.
Iran's regime unveiled a new underground missile depot on Tuesday with state television showing Emad precision-guided missiles in store which the United States says can take a nuclear warhead and violate a 2010 U.N. Security Council resolution, Reuters reported.
Some two dozen Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives want to create a Congressional committee to provide oversight of the Iran nuclear deal, The Hill reported on Thursday.
“The Obama administration is preparing to impose its first financial sanctions on Iran since it forged a landmark nuclear agreement in July,” The Wall Street Journal reported.
“The planned action by the Treasury Department, U.S. officials told The Wall Street Journal, is directed at nearly a dozen companies and individuals in Iran, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates for their alleged role in developing Iran’s ballistic-missile program,” the report said.
U.S. Senate Republicans want to block President Barack Obama from lifting sanctions against Iran's regime over lingering concerns about possible military dimensions of the Tehran's nuclear program, The Hill reported on Monday.
U.S. Republican lawmakers on Monday blasted Secretary of State John Kerry for suggesting in a letter to the Iranian regime's Foreign Minister that the Obama administration could help Tehran get around new visa restrictions passed by Congress, Fox News reported.
A Chinese national was convicted Friday in a United States federal court in Boston of exporting to Iran equipment that could be used to make nuclear weapons-grade uranium, the Boston Globe quoted federal prosecutors as saying.
Sihai Cheng, 35, pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiring to commit export violations and smuggle goods from the U.S. to Iran and four counts of illegally exporting U.S.-manufactured pressure transducers to Iran, the U.S. attorney’s office in Boston said.
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