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News and views from the world of politics in Iran and the region, including government, Parliament, foreign affairs, defence and more. Also there is special coverage of developments related to the 2015 nuclear deal, or JCPOA.


Rahimi, a link in the chain of offenses committed by the Ahmadinejad gov’t

An analytical look at widespread violation of rules by executive officials during the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Avaz Heydar pour

Rahimi paid money to MPs to prevent impeachment: Deputy

An Iranian MP has said that new charges should be leveled against the former vice-president for insulting the establishment and disputing the legislative elections.

Tehran ready to ink regional convention on power plant safety: Iran nuclear chief

Iran is ready to create a regional safety convention for the supervision of the regional countries' power plant operations, said Salehi.
Hamshahri-Imam Khomeini

A firsthand account by a veteran journalist

Fereydoon Sedighi, a veteran journalist, takes us back in time to the day the late Imam Khomeini made a historic return to his homeland.
SAadegh Kharazi

Previous government helped fulfill American wishes: Former ambassador

The glaring miscalculations of the Ahmadinejad government led to a decline in Iranian authority, says Sadegh Kharrazi, a former Iranian diplomat.

Iran busts Facebook band involved in criminal acts

The Internet group had a mission to spread corruption, change the Iranian lifestyle and target the families across the country.

A dreamy look at realities on the ground

Kayhan, a principlist daily, has criticized government’s business performance, saying that removal of sanctions is not a magic bullet to fix Iran’s economy.

Senior Iran MP warns US Congress against new sanctions

A senior Iranian MP has said that Tehran will scale up its nuclear program if the US Congress imposes further sanctions against Iran, advising Washington to learn lessons from its past experience.
Ali Motahari

Ali Motahari makes critical analysis of revolution

Ali Motahari, representing Tehran in the Islamic Consultative Assembly, said that thanks to reformist tendencies of the government, the media are subject to closures and permit revocations more than before.

Interim political deal likely by March: Iranian nuclear negotiator

Araghchi described the negotiations in Istanbul as very useful, yet noted that it is too early to say that progress has been made.

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