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500,000 Foreign Students Going to School in Iran

Iran is currently providing educational services for about half a million foreign students, according to the country’s deputy minister of education.

Over 600 Political Prisoners in Bahrain Go on Hunger Strike

More than 600 Bahraini political prisoners are now on hunger strike to protest ill-treatment at Bahrain’s notorious Jaw prison.

Saw Your Critic into Pieces and Still Enjoy US Support: Iran

Iran’s foreign minister says all actions of a country or individual are justifiable if they have cordial relations with a power centre.

Saudi, Israel Top Child Killers of 2018, UN Chief Reports

The United Nations has for the third year put Saudi Arabia and its allies in their military campaign against Yemen on the world body's blacklist of child killers,

‘Terrorists Allowed to Recruit Members in Dutch Refugee Camps’

A member of the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terrorist group has, in an interview, narrated the story of his life, including the way he was recruited in a refugee camp in Europe, and the terrorist operation he was about to carry out in Iran.

Exclusive: Nigeria to Release Muslim Leader Sheikh Zakzaky Soon

Following arrangements made between the Nigerian government and the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), leader of the movement, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife are set to be released soon for medical treatment abroad, an informed source told the Iran Front Page.
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Rouhani Scolds US on Anniversary of Downing Iran Air Flight 655

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has lashed out at the United States on the anniversary of a US warship’s downing of Iran Air Flight 655, which resulted in the deaths of 290 passengers back in 1988.

Racist Shop Owner in Iran Ordered by Court to Apologize to Afghans

A boutique owner in Iran has been convicted of insulting the Afghan nationals after hanging a racist comment on the window of his clothing store and ordered by the court to make a public apology to the Afghan people, among other things.

Iran Threatens to Let Migrants, Narcotics Flood Europe

Iran has threatened to allow migrants and narcotics to flood European countries as it cannot pay the costs of fighting terrorists, drug smugglers, and illegal migrants alone, especially now that it is under the US’ harshest sanctions ever.

US in No Position to Lecture Others on Human Rights: Iran

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has denounced a recent anti-Iran statement by his American counterpart, saying the US is in no place to comment on human rights situation in other countries.

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