Iran: Workers at Sugar Cane Mill Continue to Protest Unpaid Wages

By Mahmoud Hakamian The Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Mill was once a source of national pride, but since it was privatized in 2015, it has

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The Guardian Demonises Iran’s Democratic Opposition to the Benefit of the Ruling Regime

By Firouz Mahvi The British newspaper The Guardian published a lengthy, 3-page article targeting Iran’s democratic opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI or

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Tricks of Iran Regime’s Intelligence, Records of the Arrested Agent in Denmark

Mohammad Davoudzadeh Lului, 39, a Ministry of Intelligence officer has been serving Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) since 10 years ago. He was arrested

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Pompeo: Iran’s Mullahs Must Decide to Feed the Iranian People

By Shahriar Kia US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told BBC Persia that the Iranian regime’s leaders must decide whether the Iranian people should

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Bolton: Iran Sanctions Already Had “Enormous” Effect

Iran Focus London, 7 Nov – National security adviser John Bolton said on Monday that US sanctions on Iran have already had an “enormous” effect, driving

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