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Chinese man charged with sending Iran parts with nuclear weapon use

A Chinese man accused of conspiring to export devices to Iran that can be used in nuclear weapons production has been brought to the United States on Friday to face charges.

The "pressure transducers" devices sent to Iran through china were featured in pictures of nuclear centrifuge plants that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, former president of the clerical regime released to the public, U.S. federal prosecutors said.

'Corrupt' former Iraqi PM al-Maliki is a threat to the region

Former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki is threatening neighbouring countries of the region by calling for religious leadership and defending Assad of Syria and Hezbollah on a 'tourist trip' to Lebanon, an Arab political analyst journalist has warned.

It is only new Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi’s keenness to heal al-Maliki's corrupt legacy that is saving the country from civil war, former Al Arabiya general manager Abdulrahman al-Rashed said.

US, UN must stop Iraqi agents from psychologically torturing Iranians in Camp Liberty

For 42-day Iraqi agents continued to psychologically torture Camp Liberty residents on Friday with playing the Iranian regime’s dirges in Farsi and Arabic on powerful loudspeakers directed at the residents living quarters

NCRI - Iraqi security agents are busy imposing a siege and suppressing Camp Liberty residents. For instance, since 26 October 2014 , they have resorted to psychological torture of residents by playing clerical regime’s dirges in Farsi and Arabic during different hours of day and night using very powerful loudspeakers.

Amnesty condemns world’s ‘pitiful response’ to Syria refugee crisis

Amnesty International has criticised the world's 'pitiful response' to the Syrian refugee crisis by failing to offer protection to millions of the most vulnerable victims of the conflict.

While 3.8 million refugees from are being hosted by neighbours Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt, only 1.7 per cent of this number have been offered sanctuary by the rest of the world, the human rights group said.

Defeat ISIS with ground troops, Saudi FM tells coalition

Islamic State group can only be defeated by using combat troops on the ground, Saudi foreign minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal has told a meeting in Brussels.

Prince Saud said an aerial bombing campaign was not enough to beat the extremist militia now controlling territory in Syria and Iraq.

Iran: Prison population 21 times higher since revolution

NCRI - Iran's prison population has multiplied 21 times to 210,000 since the mullahs came to power 35 years ago, the latest figures have revealed.

The increase is in stark comparison to Iran's population, which has only doubled since 1979, and means the regime has the world's fourth highest ratio of prisoners in relation to population.

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