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Monday's Iran Mini Report - Apr. 09, 2018

• Trump: Over the next 24 to 48 hours we will make important decisions about Syria

Pointing to a recent chemical attack in Syria, the president said that the administration of Bashar al-Assad will pay heavily, and all actions, including military action, are under consideration and will soon, and perhaps in the next 24 to 48 hours, ”important decisions" on Syria will be announced.

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Supporting Iran-Made Goods, in Practice

By Shahriar Kia

Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei dubbed the new Iranian calendar year, beginning on March 21st, as the year of supporting Iran-made goods. The truth, however, is that this motto, similar to those of previous years, lacks any significant meaning and is far from the truth of Iran’s society today. Tehran is launching numerous ads and creating an atmosphere in this regard, failing to recognize how distant from the truth they are.

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Sunday's Iran Mini Report - Apr. 08, 2018

• Ukraine expelled two Iranians on charges of trying to smuggle missile components

The Ukrainian Intelligence Organization has announced that it has expelled two Iranian citizens for allegedly attempting to smuggle rocket "Kha-31" parts and technical books from the country.Daily Beast reported today.

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Saturday's Iran Mini Report - Apr. 07, 2018

• An Iranian economist and researcher announced, "One-third of the population in Iran are in absolute poverty."

Apr. 7. In an interview with Iran's state news agency (ISNA) Hossein Raghfarikh, economists, said: According to official standards the "absolute poverty line" for a four-person urban household, is about $ 800, and on this basis, 33 percent of the population of the country suffers from "absolute poverty" and Six percent are under the "line of starvation".

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Bank Helped Iran Avoid International Sanctions in Transactions Worth $7bn

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A Persian Gulf bank secretly helped the Iranian Regime evade international sanctions for over a decade in a multibillion-dollar corruption scheme, according to legal documents filed during a recent audit of the Bahraini government.

As part of a joint venture by two of Iran’s largest lenders, Future Bank, which has now gone out of business, routinely altered financial documents to hide evidence that Iran was trading with dozens of foreign partners.

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