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UN cannot conclude Iran’s nuclear activities are peaceful: IAEA Chief

The United Nations nuclear watchdog is cannot “provide credible assurance about the absence of undeclared nuclear material and activities in Iran, and therefore to conclude that all nuclear material in Iran is in peaceful activities,” the chief of the international nuclear watchdog says.

Speaking in University of Indonesia, Mr. Yukiya Amano, the director of Intrantional Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Friday: “Two of the main nuclear verification issues on the Agency’s agenda in recent years have been North Korea and Iran.”

Khamenei’s rep. in Qods Force: Yemeni rebels fight ‘enemies of Islam’

NCRI - Yemeni rebels are “similar to the Lebanese Hezbollah” and “will come into action against the enemies of Islam,” representative of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader in terrorist Qods Force of the Revolutionary Guards has declared.

The high ranking cleric representing Ali Khamenei was quoted by an IRGC affiliated website: “Many years ago Hezbollah was established in Lebanon, and the same was done in Iraq and Syria.”

Senator Menendez urges transparency in investigation into Nisman’s death

Sen. Bob Menendez, the ranking Democratic member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is calling for a full investigation into the death of Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

Menendez is calling on that the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires press the Argentinian government to provide answers regarding ‘the increasingly suspicious conditions surrounding Mr. Nisman death.’

No change in Saudi oil policy, new king says

The new king of Saudi Arabia moved quickly Friday to assure global energy markets that the country would maintain its strategy of pushing other top exporters to maintain a high level of oil production.

Sadad al-Husseini, a former executive vice president and board member of Saudi Aramco, the national oil company said in a telephone interview: “There is no near-term reason to modify the kingdom’s position,” the New York Times reported.

Support for Iranian fatwa to kill Rushdie found on Charlie Hebdo attacker’s laptop

NCRI – A document discovered by the French police on the computer of Cherif Kouachi, the man responsible for the January 7 killings in Paris, shows that he had called the decree by Khomeini (founder of the clerical regime in Iran) to kill a British novelist as fully justified.

The New York Times of January 17 explained that the evidence that the French police had discovered on the computer of Cherif Kouachi in 2010 included a document in which he describes the fatwa against novelist Salman Rushdie as being “fully justified”.

Teachers protest low salaries across Iran

NCRI - Many Iranian teachers did not attend schools in cities across Iran on Tuesday and Wednesday in protest against the lack of adequate income and facing difficult living conditions.

Teachers in the cities of Islamshahr, Robat Karim, Qods City, Shahriar, Shiraz, Shahrood, Saqez, Baneh and Marivan did not attend schools, the state-run ILNA news agency reported.

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