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Iran says U.S. ‘action group’ will fail to overthrow Iranian state

LONDON (Reuters) – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said on Sunday that a new Iran Action Group in the U.S. State Department aimed to overthrow the Islamic Republic, but would fail. He was speaking on the 65th anniversary of a U.S.-backed coup that overthrew a democratically elected Iranian prime …

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Iran’s Khamenei: No war, no negotiations with Trump

Supreme leader rejects Trump’s offer as foreign minister questions whether US president is ‘serious about talks’. Iran‘s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has ruled out negotiations with the administration of US President Donald Trump, going toe-to-toe with him in a series of social media posts. “Even if we ever – …

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US ambassador says UK should join Trump and put pressure on Iran

Woody Johnson urges Britain to rethink its position after recent criticism of US policy The US ambassador to London has said the UK should join Donald Trump in adopting a hardline attitude towards Iran. Britain and its European allies responded with dismay to the US president’s decision in May to …

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معروف بلوچ تاریخ دان و مصنف ڈاکٹر نصیر دشتی کی کتابوں کی تقریب رونمائی منعقد 

لندن؛ سندھی بلوچ فورم- یو کے کی زیر اہتمام برکبیک یونیورسٹی آف لندن میں معروف بلوچ تاریخ دان و مصنف ڈاکٹر نصیر دشتی کی دو کتابوں  “The Baloch conflict with Iran and Pakistan” اور “Tears of Sindhu”   کی تقریب رونمائی منعقد ہوئی. مذکورہ کتابیں بلوچ اور سندھی اقوام کی …

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The mutilation of the Baloch and Sindhi history must be stopped

Speakers in the book launching event of Dr Naseer Dashti’s recently released two books expressed their dismay on the continuous fabrication of the historical accounts regarding the Baloch and Sindhis in Pakistan and Iran. They demanded that it is high time that history of the national struggle of these nations …

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After Iran and North Korea; Now Hold Pakistan’s Feet to the Fire

Trump’s declarations regarding Pakistan have diminished U.S. influence in South Asia. by Francesca Silvestri Over the past year, nuclear non-proliferation diplomacy has succumbed to divergent pressures, including: – global moves via the United Nations and led by the United States to halt North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons (and missile …

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US officials say Iran has begun naval operation in the Middle East

By Barbara Starr, CNN Pentagon Correspondent Washington (CNN)Iran has begun a major military exercise in the Persian Gulf region according to a US defense official directly familiar with the latest US information. The “exercise is underway,” and the US assesses the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has deployed “dozens” of small …

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Beyond JCPOA — Chabahar

KRITI M. SHAH The imposition of fresh sanctions on Iran jeopardises the Chabahar project. Not only do sanctions deter countries and companies from doing business with Tehran, even the threat of sanctions being imposed on financial institutions facilitating business in the country, will result in a pullback in financing for …

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‘Desperate to find a way out’: Iran edges towards precipice

Economic grievances, lack of freedoms, global sanctions and climate change putting country under unprecedented pressure n the words of Mohammad, a graphic designer out of work for four months, life in Iran is “like being a fish in a rapidly shrinking puddle of water, under scorching sun in the middle …

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The next American war

Munir Akram THE odds are growing that the next American war will be against Iran. Of the three countries designated by the US as the ‘axis of evil’, Iraq was invaded; North Korea has agreed to an uncertain process for ‘denuclearisation’; Iran remains regionally powerful and defiant. Former US President …

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