There’s Nothing Pleasing about Washington’s Anti-Saudi Law: Iranian Analyst

An Iranian Middle East expert believes that the recent law passed by the US against Saudi Arabia, known as JASTA, would set a dangerous precedent for the world, and Iran should not be happy about it.

Hurricane Matthew Death Toll Nears 900 in Haiti

Hurricane Matthew's trail of destruction in Haiti stunned those emerging from the aftermath on Friday, with the number of dead soaring to 877, tens...

US Hands Internet Control to ICANN

In an historic decision, the US government finally decided to hand over its control over the Internet.

US Police Brutality Result of Israeli Training: Kevin Barrett

An American political commentator in Madison said US police brutality disproportionately targets minorities, especially African-Americans, adding that blacks are treated the way Israel oppresses Palestinians as American law enforcement officers receive their training in Tel Aviv.
11 September

9/11 Widow First to Sue Saudis under New Law

A woman widowed when her husband was killed at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, sued Saudi Arabia just two days after the US Congress enacted legislation allowing Americans to sue foreign governments accused of playing a role in terrorist attacks on US soil.

US Election 2016: Clinton, Trump Clash in First Debate

US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have gone head-to-head over the issue of race, the economy and foreign policy in their first televised debate ahead of November's election.

Major Change Expected in Iran-Canada Bilateral Ties: Spokesman

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman announced that Tehran and Ottawa have been holding bilateral meetings in recent months to improve the severed relations.

A Canadian Minister Born in Iran’s Mashhad

The Canadian Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef says she was shocked to discover that she was born in Mashhad, Iran, rather than Afghanistan.

Iranian Cartoonist’s Look at Separation of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

After a press statement on Tuesday, September 20, the love story of Hollywood stars Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, who were married in 2014, came to an unhappy end.

Speaker: Iran, Kenya Share Similar Views on Fighting Terrorism

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani called for close cooperation with Kenya in the fight against terrorism, given the two countries’ common views on the threat.

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