The Federal Supreme Court in United Arab Emirates has sentenced a Dubai policeman to three years in prison for passing state secrets to the Iranian regime in return for cheap medical care at an Iranian hospital in Dubai, the National reported.
Abdulsalam Al Baloushi, 43, an Emirati police sergeant, disclosed the information about the entity and its employees and high-ranking officials in Dubai to intelligence agents at the Consulate of Iran in Dubai.
A week of nuclear talks between the six world powers and the Iranian regime in Lausanne will conclude without any agreement, but with a press statement on Wednesday, the Iranian regime’s top negotiator said in an interview.
Abbas Araqchi said: “There will be no agreement at the end of today, but we will announce the progress in a press statement,” state-run Tasnim news agency reported.
The latest report on the death penalty by Amnesty International indicates that 607 recorded executions have been carried out in 22 countries around the world in 2014, a reduction of almost 22 percent compared to the previous year.
The reported executions were carried out in Iran more than any country in the world.
The Iranian Resistance calls on the U.S. government, UNAMI and UNHCR that have numerously and in writing committed themselves to the wellbeing and security of the residents to take the necessary steps to end this hostage taking and to secure the immediate release of Mr. Safar Zakery.
NCRI - Today, Tuesday, March 31, is the 16th day that Mr. Safar Zakery, a Camp Liberty resident taken hostage on pretext of a suspicious car accident, is kept in detention. On March 30, the investigative judge took two completely healthy soldiers to the court as injured passengers of the HUMVEE that had hit Mr. Zakery’s vehicle, and took their affidavits as complainants. Vividly, fabrication of this case is aimed at prolonging Mr. Zakery’s detention. Meanwhile, the driver of the HUMVEE that was guilty for the accident has not spent even a single day in prison.
India halted oil imports from Iran for the first time in at least a decade in March as New Delhi responded to U.S. pressure to keep its shipments from Tehran within sanction limits during the last month of negotiations on a preliminary nuclear deal.
India is second-biggest buyer of Iranian oil on an annual basis after China, yet it did not take any crude from Tehran in March, according to tanker arrival data from trade sources and ship tracking services on the Thomson Reuters terminal.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister on Tuesday denounced the Iranian regime’s "support" for rebels seeking to "destabilise" neighbouring Yemen.
“We are not advocating war, but we are ready for it,” said Prince Saud al-Faisal during his speech at the weekly meeting of the Shura Council in the capital Riyadh.
The Iranian regime and world powers are beginning a final day of talks to reach an outline agreement on the country’s nuclear program, with Germany’s foreign minister saying that negotiations are at a crucial stage, the Bloomberg reports.
“We’re in a bit of a crisis with the talks; perhaps we have a bit of a new approach, we will see,” Frank-Walter Steinmeier told reporters today. At the same time, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is returning to the talks, a sign that a deal is still within reach.
Following its defeat in the Iran-Iraq war, since a quarter of a century ago, by drawing on its experience in shaping the Lebanese Hezbollah, the Iranian regime planned to take advantage of Yemen’s religious fabric to form a mercenary group in that country to be used as a spring board for its aggression against Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula.
The clerical regime decided that the al-Houthi Tribe is a suitable candidate to organize such a venture and thus started to employ them since that time:
The Iranian regime has “no intention” of keeping its word on an agreement being negotiated in Switzerland over its nuclear programme, U.s House speaker John Boehner said on Sunday.
Speaking on CNN, Boehner said: “We’ve got a regime that’s never quite kept their word about anything”.
Khamenei orders heightened executions and rocket attack on Camp Liberty to control the situation inside the country, following the “Decisive Storm” operation
NCRI - The Supreme Leader of the Iranian regime, Ali Khamenei, fearful of the reverberations of the Arab coalition’s ‘Decisive Storm’ military operation against occupation of Yemen by the clerical regime's mercenaries, and to control the situation domestically, has ordered his regime’s officials to increase secret and overt executions, and the regime's Quds Force has missioned its Iraqi proxy group Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq to conduct rocket and terrorist attacks against Camp Liberty near Baghdad International Airport that houses Iranian opposition members.