Security

Defence and military news, including stories from neighbouring states and the troubled region which might be important for Iran. This section contains news on the armed forces, the IRGC, intelligence services, and border guards.

Iran, Afghanistan Discuss Joint Fight against Terrorism, Narcotics

The third meeting of the Iran-Afghanistan Security-Defence Cooperation Committee was held on Friday in Tehran.

IRGC Releases Drone Footage Showing US’ Cooperation with ISIS

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has released a new video captured after hacking into a US central command in the region which sheds further lights on the US indirect cooperation with the ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

Eight ISIS Elements behind Tehran Terror Attacks Executed

Eight members of the Daesh (ISIL or ISIS) terrorist group convicted of carrying out attacks on Iranian parliament and the mausoleum of Imam Khomeini in June 2017 were executed on Saturday.

World Powers Reaffirm Commitment to Continuation of Iran’s Oil Exports

Russia, China, Germany, France, and the UK have reaffirmed their commitment regarding a number of objectives including the continued export of Iran’s crude oil despite the US’ bid to cut the Islamic Republic’s oil revenues.

‘Sultan of Gold Coins’ Arrested in Tehran

Iranian police forces have arrested a man who had hoarded about two tonnes of gold coins over a period of 10 months.

Photos of Iranians Arrested in Belgium Prove Their MKO Affiliation

The two Iranians recently apprehended in Belgium for allegedly plotting to bomb the MKO’s gathering in Paris are notorious members of the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization.

“All Plots by Iran’s Enemies Aimed at Bringing Regime Change”

A senior IRGC commander says all the plots that enemies have hatched against the Islamic Republic of Iran have been geared to regime change in the country.

Iran Dismisses Accusations Levelled in US’ Report on Human Trafficking

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has categorically rejected an annual report released by the US State Department on human trafficking in which certain baseless allegations were raised against the Islamic Republic.

Europe to Be Filled with Drugs, Refugees If Iran Stops Efforts: Minister

The Iranian interior minister slammed Europe for its failure to cooperate with the Islamic Republic, saying that if Iran turns “a blind eye” to the smuggling of illicit drugs and refugee crisis, Europe will face one million refugees and two thousand tons of narcotics.
Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli

Iranian Minister Says No One Killed in Khorramshahr Protests

Iran’s interior minister says the Saturday protests in the south-western city of Khorramshahr have left no casualties, appearing to deny reports by western outlets that the demonstrations have left several people dead.

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