A federal court in Washington, D.C. has ruled that the Iranian regime “must be punished to the fullest extent legally possible for the bombing in Beirut on October 23, 1983.”
Judge Royce Lamberth described the bombing which killed 241 Marines and wounded many others, as “an evil and cruel attack, intended to cause death, destruction, and emotional devastation.”
A legal battle over assets has revealed that the Iranian regime embassy in Ottawa funded a controversial cultural centre in the Canadian Capital.
A former senior administrator at the vacant diplomatic post in Ottawa has acknowledged in a sworn affidavit that in fact the Iranian regime’s embassy paid the teachers at Farsi school on behalf of a foundation, the National Post reported.
NCRI - The Iranian regime’s authorities have cancelled at least two concerts in the past week in Iran for having women musicians in the group.
On Sunday, a number of women musicians were not allowed to appear on stage beside the men in an official sponsored festival in Isfahan.
State-run TV in Iran broadcast the "televised confessions" of 11 people jailed for posting jokes about Khomeini, the clerical regime’s founder, on social networking site.
The Iranian regime's Revolutionary Guards Corp Commander Esmaeel Mohebipour declaring their arrest in late September said the individuals had published comments insulting Khomeini on WhatsApp, Viber, Tango and Telegram.
Diplomatic efforts by the six world powers to reach a deal with the Iranian regime to curb its nuclear program are in a “critical phase”, an EU spokesman said on Thursday after high-level negotiations in Vienna.
Michael Mann, spokesman for European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said: “We are trying hard to make progress and remain fully engaged to achieve a comprehensive solution” by the Nov. 24 deadline, said.
In a new anti-human restriction by Iraqi forces Camp Liberty patients may only refer to one hospital on any given day
In blatant violation of humanitarian standards, UNAMI agents are calling on the residents to adjust themselves to this tyrannical restriction and each day concur with each other as to who should be omitted from going to the hospital
The criminal medical blockade has taken on added dangerous dimensions with the systematic imposition of a new tyrannical restriction. In addition to all the previous restrictions and the daily hurdles in the transfer of patients to the hospital, it is a while now that Iraqi forces only take the patients to one hospital. As such, everyday, a number of patients who are suffering from refractory ailments miss their urgent medical appointments with specialists and thus their conditions deteriorate further.