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Leader: Arrogant powers seek to tarnish Islam

Leader of the Islamic Ummah and Opressed People Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned against efforts made by arrogant powers to paint an unrealistic picture of Islam. “Arrogant powers seek to introduce Islam as either a stone-aged or a liberal... (Continue reading)

Russia hints reservations on anti-Iran sanctions

Despite endorsing Western efforts to pressure Iran over its nuclear program, Russia says it still prefers to resolve Tehran’s nuclear issue through diplomacy rather than sanctions. Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters during a trip to Paris that there... (Continue reading)

Dubai asks FBI to investigate terror ties to US

Amid ongoing investigation of the terrorist murder of a Hamas commander in Dubai, the UAE police have asked the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to look into alleged ties of the suspects to Americans. Dubai police asked the FBI... (Continue reading)

Two South Korea jets crash on training mission

Two South Korea jets crash on training mission

Two South Korean air force F-5F fighter jets have crashed into a mountain near Gangneung on the eastern coast of the country during a training mission, officials and witnesses said. “The two jets crashed into Mount Hwangbyeong, about 20 kilometers... (Continue reading)

Former US spy confirms Rigi’s CIA link, rejects ties

A former US intelligence official has admitted that CIA operatives in Pakistan had held talks with the Jundallah terrorist group led by Abdolmalek Rigi. Soon after the 9/11 attacks, a senior Jundallah member, acting on Rigi’s behalf, approached CIA agents... (Continue reading)

Iran hopes Amano changes approach

The head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization has dismissed as biased the UN nuclear watchdog chief’s latest comments on Iran’s nuclear program. Yukiya Amano, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said in a Monday address to a... (Continue reading)

Zionist forces kidnap (13) from Jerusalem

The Zionist occupation forces launched last night large-scale raids of houses in several neighborhoods in Jerusalem’s Old City and kidnapped dozens of young Jerusalemites. Special sources said to our correspondent that the campaign resulted in the capture of about 13... (Continue reading)

Hezbollah: Ban’s report biased toward Israel

Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah says that UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has been biased towards Israel. Hezbollah issued a statement on Tuesday in reaction to Ban’s report on the implementation of Resolution 1701, issued following Israel’s 33-day war against Lebanon... (Continue reading)

Venezuela denies links with ETA, FARC

Venezuela has denied allegations by Spain that the socialist nation has ties to terrorist groups active in South America and Europe. “We do not house guerrillas, nor do we have a pact with guerrillas,” said Venezuelan Congressman Hayden Pirela. Pirela... (Continue reading)

Iran opens conference on Islamic unity

The 23rd International Conference of Islamic Unity has opened in the Iranian capital, Tehran, with focus on major challenges facing Muslims across the globe. The World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought hosts the three-day conference which brings... (Continue reading)

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