Kurdish Iraqis near the Turkish border react to Ankara’s decision to allow cross-border incursions into northern Iraq, to hunt down Kurdish PKK rebels.
London, Oct. 18 – The global human rights group Amnesty International launched an urgent appeal on Thursday to save the life a young man who is sentenced to be executed for a crime he allegedly … Continue reading
Tehran, Iran, Oct. 18 – Iranian authorities hanged eight men and a woman in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison, state media reported on Thursday.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – The top NATO commander in Afghanistan alleged Thursday that the Iranian military was involved in a shipment of sophisticated explosive devices intercepted by his troops in western Afghanistan last month.
Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) — President George W. Bush said the U.S. and Russia remain in agreement on preventing Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon, a development that he said would risk “World War III.”
London, Oct. 17 – The international press freedoms watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) in its annual report ranked Iran as the worst violator of press freedoms in the Middle East.
TEHRAN, Oct 17 (Reuters) – France’s Total and Royal Dutch Shell must finalize their gas deals with Iran by June or the giant South Pars project will go ahead without them, an Iranian official was … Continue reading