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Mohsen Rezaei

May’s Anti-Iran Comments Part of Attempts to Evade Britain’s Crises: Official[:es]“Las declaraciones de May...

Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaei said British Prime Minister Theresa May’s recent remarks against the Islamic Republic are part of a policy to dominate regional countries and evade Britain’s economic and identity crises.[:es]El secretario del Consejo del Discernimiento del Sistema de la República Islámica de Irán, ha recalcado que las recientes declaraciones de la premier británica, Theresa May, contra la República Islámica forman parte de una política para dominar a los países de la región así como evadir las crisis económicas y de identidad de Gran Bretaña.

Muslim Girls in Germany Forced to Take Swimming Lessons alongside Boys[:es]Muchachas musulmanas en Alemania,...

Germany’s highest court has ruled that Muslim girls must take part in swimming lessons alongside boys.[:es]El tribunal Supremo de Alemania ha dictaminado que las adolescentes musulmanas deben participar en clases de natación junto a los muchachos.

By Imposing Sanctions, the West Deprived Itself of Iranian Rich Culture: Bulgarian VP

Bulgarian Vice-President believes that Western countries deprived themselves of the rich culture of Iran due to the sanctions they imposed on the Islamic Republic.

Swiss Economy Minster to Visit Iran

An Iranian official announced that Switzerland’s minister of economy will travel to Tehran in the coming week.

Britain Has Record Number of Prison Suicides

The Howard League for Penal Reform reached a “record number” of prison suicides in England and Wales, with a total of 102 deaths under its care. This is the highest number since the institution’s first record in 1978.
Margret Thatcher

How Margret Thatcher Paid Millions to Keep SAS Iran Embassy Siege Secrets

The newly released Home Office file showed how the Iron Lady was made to act to avoid a court case that would threaten to expose the secrets of the SAS and allow soldiers to be sued for doing their duty.

Turkey Threatens to Let Migrant Flood into Europe Resume

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan angrily threatened on Friday to open the floodgates of migrants into Europe again, apparently in response to a move to suspend talks on Turkey’s membership in the European Union.

80 ISIS Elements in Europe Preparing for Attacks: Dutch Expert

There could be 60 to 80 ISIS operatives hidden in Europe, ready to strike when directed, Dutch counter-terrorism coordinator Dick Schoof said recently.
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu-Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Turkey Not to Forget 52 Years of European Deception

In a joint press conference with his German counterpart, Turkish Foreign Minister blasted the European Union’s deception in dealing with the issue of Turkey’s accession to the EU.

Iran, France Hold New Round of Political Talks

Ranking diplomats from Iran and France met in Paris for the second round of political negotiations, an initiative agreed on by presidents of the two countries earlier this year.

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