Yemeni Government Accused Iran Regime of Forging Its Currency

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NCRI - The Yemeni government on Tuesday, January 16, without mentioning a name, accused some organizations of the Iranian regime of trying to forge the Yemeni national currency and, consequently, collapse of its value.

The Syrian War Is Not yet Over and Iran Regime Is to Blame

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NCRI - Fighting in Syria may have decreased while the international community tried to arrange an end to the war but make no mistake, it is not over.

In Idlib, the South Aleppo Front, Damascus’ suburbs and East of the Euphrates in Deir az-Zour the fighting is still commonplace, while Russian troops were recently attacked at the Khmeimim base in Latakia.

An Emirati Citizen and a Sudanese Woman Sentenced to Jail for Spying for Iran

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NCRI - The United Arab Emirates’ federal appeals court in Abu Dhabi sentenced a 28-year-old Emirati military to 15 years in prison for espionage for Iran.

The person was convicted of transferring confidential military information to staff of the Iranian embassy in Abu Dhabi, according to the Emirates’ al-Bayan newspaper.

French President Condemns Iran Regime's Destructive Role

December 24, 2017 Reuters: President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron condemned the attempt by the Houthi militias to target Riyadh in a telephone call with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

The French president expressed the solidarity and support of the French Republic with the Kingdom against any threat to its security after Houthi militias targeted the city of Riyadh with a ballistic missile.

President Macron also stressed the necessity of working to confront Iran’s destabilizing activities in the region.

Obama's Hezbollah Scandal, Revives the Iran-Deal 'Echo Chamber'

In May 2016, deputy national-security adviser Ben Rhodes took a victory lap in the New York Times to celebrate the Obama administration’s signature foreign-policy win. Rhodes had helped orchestrate the campaign to ensure that Congress would fail to stop President Obama’s Iran nuclear deal from going into effect, and in a remarkably unguarded interview for a New York Times Magazine profile, the failed novelist–turned–foreign-policy spinster boasted of how a tame press corps that he dubbed an “echo chamber” had done his bidding. At the time, some in the Obama camp chastised Rhodes for spilling the beans on how the mainstream media had dutifully bought the president’s disingenuous arguments for a pact that did not end the nuclear threat, expired within a decade (making an Iranian bomb inevitable), and both strengthened and enriched the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, with few tough questions asked.

U.S. Ambassador Addresses UN Over Iran Regime's Violations

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NCRI - The US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has said that based on a new report by the UN Secretary-General António Guterres putting additional pressure on Iran for its malign behaviour could lead to a new resolution against the Regime or strengthen those already in place.

Haley made these comments at a briefing on UN Security Council resolution 2231, which enshrines the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. She also said that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) could be included in a resolution based on its many violations.

Iran Regime Is 'Helping Terrorists Strike Western Targets' US General Warns

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NCRI - U.S. General James Conway said the Iranian regime is actively helping terrorists around the world carry out brutal massacres in US and European cities, a British publication wrote on Sunday.

In an interview with Britain's Daily Star Online, General Conway, who was the commander of the US Marine Corps from 2006 to 2010, said he is “not surprised” at evidence that has recently come to light that Iran's regime is providing support for Al-Qaeda.

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