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• Violent Flash Floods Hit Shiraz Killing at Least 17
Flood disaster in Iran reached a new level on Monday as Flash floods inundated the historic city of Shiraz in south-central part of the country, killing at least 17 people.
According to ISNA news agency, Saeed Gholamzadeh the general manager of the Fars Province forensic: one girl, three boys, seven women and six men are among the deceased.
By Staff Writer
Iran, March 23, 2019 - The flood disaster in the provinces of Golestan, North Khorasan, Mazandaran and Mazandaran provinces of north and northeast Iran, has led to immense damages. Dozens of villages are engulfed in water, roads are blocked and the death of nine locals has left many Iranians, especially in Golestan Province, in grief during the Nowurz (Iranian calendar new year) period.
By Mahmoud Hakamian
In 2003, Iran unveiled a fake subsonic stealth fighter called the Shafar, which, in 2014, was revealed to be a mock-up made of wood.
The Iranian regime has refurbished the rusting hulks of old F-5 Freedom Fighters into twin-vertical stabilizer Saeqeh fighters and reverse-engineered their J85 turbojet engines, as well as creating a variety of viable capable drones.
During the past year, the Iranian regime has been struggling to keep control over a number of issues. One such issue is the country’s economy. Last year, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the United States would be exiting the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and that tough economic sanctions would be re-instated.
By Mansoureh Galestan
Two things have happened in the Iranian Regime recently to make anyone question the European Union’s failed appeasement policy towards the mullahs.
The first was the resignation scandal surrounding Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who resigned publically in protest at being excluded from a meeting with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad in Tehran and then withdrew his resignation on the orders of Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.