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Iranian opposition holds major gathering in an important time in Paris: Kennedy

Speaking to Simay-e Azadi TV ahead of the major gathering of the Iranian opposition in Paris on June 13, former US Congressman Patrick Kennedy said any negotiations should lead to the theocratic dictatorship in Tehran being replaced by the 'brighter future' offered by Iranian Resistance leader Maryam Rajavi.

He said: The West's nuclear deal must be 'airtight' and include snap inspections and complete oversight of the regime's facilities, Kennedy said.

Siblings who fled regime back Iranian opposition Paris gathering

A brother and sister who fled Iran after persecution by the theocratic regime have urged all supporters of a free Iran to back the major gathering of the opposition in Paris on June 13.

Amineh and Ehsan Qaraee saw their family members and arrested and tortured before they escaped to Europe to join the Iranian Resistance.

Amnesty demands release of activists jailed in Iran for more than a decade

Two Iranian women both jailed for more than a decade in Iran for anti-government views must be released immediately, Amnesty International has demanded.

Cartoonist Atena Farghadani has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison, and Atena Daemi to more than a decade in prison, both on charges of 'peaceful activism' that are in breach of their rights to free expression and association, the human rights body said.

New twist in death of Argentina prosecutor investigating Iran regime role in 1994 bombing

Argentinian police have been harshly criticised after the release of a video showing officers working without latex gloves at the scene of the controversial murder of Alberto Nisman.

The footage, which contains numerous other irregularities, shows 'how things should not be done', according to Ernesto Duronto, vice president of Argentina's association of forensic experts.

Nisman was found dead in a pool of blood in his apartment on January 18, the day before he was due to reveal a secret deal to cover up the role of officials of the Iranian regime in the deadly 1994 car bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires.

IRAN: Nuclear stockpile increases while talks continue

The Iranian regime has increased its stockpile of nuclear fuel by around 20 per cent during the negotiations with six world powers, according to the latest report by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

The fuel stocks have grown by roughly 20 percent over the past 18 months and have not been “frozen” during that period.

US officials had argued that the Iranian regime’s uranium enrichment program was effectively frozen after an interim agreement in November 2013.

Mullahs’ nuclear bomb is against sovereignty and wishes of the Iranian people

The closer we get to the June 30 nuclear deadline for a comprehensive deal between the Iranian regime and the P5+1, the more vivid becomes the actual objectives of mullahs in the nuclear talks and the nature of their tactics and concurrently the mullahs’ impasse is also made bare.

In its last report of 29 May 2015, IAEA declared Iranian regime’s lack of cooperation with the investigations into the possible military dimension (PMD) of Iran’s nuclear activities that have reached an stalemate.

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