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Maryam Rajavi: “the World Must Listen to the Cries of Protesters in Iran”

Maryam Rajavi: “the World Must Listen to the Cries of Protesters in Iran”

By Staff Writer

Maryam Rajavi the president elect of the Iranian Resistance attended a New Year ceremony entitled, “Solidarity with the Iranian People’s Resistance and Uprising,” where many supporters of the Iranian Resistance were present.

Attendees included Mrs. Anissa Boumediene, former First Lady of Algeria; Mr. Dominique Lefebvre, former MP; Bishop Jacques Gaillot, a number of Paris district mayors, the mayors of Val d’Oise, and a number of other French personalities.

Thursday's Iran Mini Report - January 17, 2019

Thursday's Iran Mini Report - January 17, 2019

• Senior Iran Judiciary official criticizes low hand amputation rates for thieves

Iran Regime’s Attorney-General said that the low numbers of hand amputation punishments for thieves in Iran as a result of human rights condemnations was “unfortunate”.

Controversy Over Iran Regime’s Plan to Enrich Uranium to 20%

Controversy Over Iran Regime’s Plan to Enrich Uranium to 20%

By By Shahriar Kia

The head of Iran regime’s nuclear programme caused alarm when he announced last weekend that Iranian scientists had designed a modern method for enriching uranium to 20%.

Under the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal, which Iran is a party to, Iran is supposed to keep uranium enrichment to 3.5%, which is the level required for nuclear energy production.

U.S. Condemns Iran Regime for Satellite Launch

U.S. Condemns Iran Regime for Satellite Launch

By Staff Writer

The United States has condemned Iran for its ultimately failed attempt to launch a satellite into space earlier this week.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Iran of posing a missile threat on Tuesday after the Regime defied his warnings against launching the Payam satellite into orbit, even though the launch was unsuccessful.

Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - January 16, 2019

Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - January 16, 2019

• Iran Could Enrich Uranium To 20 Percent Within Four Days: Atomic Chief

Reuters: Iran can enrich uranium up to 20 percent within four days, its atomic energy chief said on Tuesday, a comment apparently aimed at showing Tehran could quickly expand its enrichment program if its nuclear deal with world powers collapses. Iran's 2015 accord with world powers caps the level to which it is able to enrich uranium to 3.67 percent purity, well below the 20 percent it was reaching before the deal, and the roughly 90 percent suitable for a nuclear weapon.

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