Iran Regime’s Oil Exports Dropping Noticeably

By Staff Writer

Iranian oil exports began to drop noticeably in August as some of Iran’s biggest customers began to reduce or cut completely their purchases, in order to comply with incoming US sanctions on Iran, which aim to cut Iran’s oil exports to zero.

France Will Not Name a New Ambassador to Tehran After Paris Bomb Plot

PARIS (Reuters) - France will not name a new ambassador to Tehran before getting information from Iran following a foiled plot to bomb an Iranian opposition rally in Paris last June, French officials said on Wednesday.

An Iranian diplomat based in Austria and three other people were arrested on suspicion of plotting the attack on a meeting of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

Iran Regime Is the World’s Leading State Sponsor of Terrorism: U.S. Country Reports on Terrorism 2017

Country Reports on Terrorism 2017 is submitted in compliance with Title 22 of the United States Code, Section 2656f (the “Act”), which requires the Department of State to provide to Congress a full and complete annual report on terrorism for those countries and groups meeting the criteria of the Act, the following are excerpts of this report about the Iranian Regime:

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

By Staff Writer

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted on September 16 that "many countries are taking actions to leave Iran" to avoid the "different set of rules" that would apply to "anyone who wants to engage in economic activity with the regime in Iran” following the second round of US sanctions against Iran on November 4.

 British Airways

By Staff Writer

In just three weeks time, British Airways, Air France, and Dutch airline KLM will all be cancelling their flight routes to Tehran, joining several other global airlines, including the UAE's Etihad Airways, Kazakh carrier Air Astana, and Thai Airways, who scrapped their Iran service due to a "poor financial outlook" amid increased tensions between the US and Iran.

US Navy’s Three Exercises Near Iran

By Staff Writer

The US Navy’s 5th Fleet is taking part three exercises in the Middle East that are focused on key chokepoints in the regions waters, amid increased tensions with Iran.

Iran Regime Meddling in Pakistan

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Experts and analysts say that Iran is increasing its involvement with militant and political Shiite groups in Pakistan. They are saying that that this is leading to a shadow proxy war with arch-enemy Saudi Arabia that is getting worse by the day.

Oil Sanctions Already Hurting Iran Regime

By Staff Writer

Iranian crude production fell yet again in August, largely thanks to the threat of US sanctions on its oil industry that come into place in November, while Energy Information Administration reports that the squeeze on Iranian oil could lead to a spike in oil prices.

iraq milishya

By Staff Writer

The US has warned Iran in no uncertain terms that the Regime and its allies should not attempt to attack Americans in Iraq or the Middle East in general.

 Es'haq Jahangiri

By Staff Writer

The first vice-president of Iran, Es'haq Jahangiri, admitted on Tuesday, September 11, that the American sanctions against Iran have been "highly effective”.