Following the announcement on the framework agreement reached between the Iranian regime and 5+1 countries in Lausanne, Switzerland, on April 2, state-run news outlets in Iran reported that the joint statement delivered by Mohammad-Javad Zarif and the EU's Federica Mogherini is “neither binding nor does it have any legal implications.”
The media note published by the US State Department entitled, “Parameters for a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action Regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran's Nuclear Program,” contains glaring differences with the version released by the Iranian regime entitled “Summary of a collection of understandings related to solutions for a comprehensive joint plan of action.”
NCRI - Residents of the Iranian city of Ahvaz expressed their rage and loathing against the suppressive and discriminatory policies of the clerical regime in the southern province of Khuzestan by chanting anti-regime slogans following a soccer match in the city on Friday (3 April 2015).
The courageous people and youth in Ahvaz staged a demonstration inside and outside the stadium, as well as in the Ahwaz-Khorramshahr intersection in the city, after the soccer match between Foulad of Khuzestan and Tehran’s Estqbal teams.
“Lack of a coherent U.S. strategy for stabilizing the region that integrates the nuclear accord with measures to check Iran’s hegemonic ambitions and rebuild crumbling Arab states has enabled Tehran’s aggression,” Washington Post editorial says.
NCRI – The State Security Council in Iran has not approved any plan which would let women and families attend some sports event in the country, an Interior Ministry official said on Sunday.
"Babak Dinparast, the head of Information and international Affairs Department in the Interior Ministry has denied the reports published in recent days by some news outlets indicating that the State Security Council has approved the presence of women and families in sport events, the state-run Tasnim news agency reported on Sunday.
NCRI – The Iranian regime’s henchman in the city of Zabol (southeastern Iran) secretly hanged a man on Saturday in the city’s main prison.
The victim identified as Amir Qaemi, was transferred to isolation last Wednesday to await his execution. He had been sentenced to death on drug related offences.
The Saudi ambassador to the U.S., highlighting the determination of the Saudi-led coalition to restore stability in Yemen, said that the Iranian regime and Lebanese Hezbollah were behind the Houthis in Yemen.
He lashed out at Iran and Hezbollah for trying to depict the Yemen crisis as a sectarian conflict and pledged that his country would not let Yemen to be controlled by a group like that in Lebanon.
NCRI - A so-called court in Iran sentenced five protesting mine workers to one year in prison and lashes for ‘disturbing public order’ during last year’s massive protests against layoffs.
Over the past two years over a thousand workers at Chadormalu iron ore mine, located in the central province of Yazd, held a series of gatherings and sit-ins protesting against layoffs and low wages.
Horrific thing are happening in Iraqi city of Tikrit as Iraqi forces and armed groups affiliated to the Iranian regime have entered the city since it has been liberated from Daesh (ISIS).
Two Reuters correspondents witnessed the killing of a man by two officers who took out knives and repeatedly stabbed a man in the neck and slit his throat.
Mr. Safar Zakery ha been held for 19 day on pretense of a suspicious accident
The investigative judge has used an excuse to extend his detention and has paved way for regime’s embassy to get involved in this file; a conspiracy against PMOI (MEK) members in Camp Liberty advanced by religious fascism ruling Iran through Faleh Fayad and his elements
NCRI - Today, Friday, April 3, is the nineteenth day that Mr. Safar Zakery, a Camp Liberty resident, has been taken hostage on pretense of a suspicious accident. On Thursday, April 2, the investigative judge of the case Nasser Moussavi used absurd excuses to extend his detention. All evidence are indicative of a conspiracy against Camp Liberty residents that the clerical fascism ruling Iran is advancing through Iraq’s National Security Advisor Faleh Fayad and his elements in Camp Liberty such as Sadeq Mohammed Kadhim and Ahmed Khozair:
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Friday that it is too early to celebrate an agreement on Iran's nuclear programme, but he expressed hope the Iranian regime will stick to a framework deal reached in Switzerland on Thursday, Reuters reported.
In Paris, France's foreign minister warned Friday that the tricky issue of when crippling sanctions on Tehran regime would be lifted following a framework deal over its nuclear programme was "not yet solved."