Iran

The Guardian • Iran

Many of the placards at the London Palestine Solidarity demonstration on 7 April were very inspirational. ‘Free Palestine’ was drawn by activist and artist Lynda May Ayres. Issue #2095

Israel, Palestine, and the world

The US is putting pressure on Israel to open up more corridors to allow aid in. At the same time, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin...

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Issue #1957

Iran demands international response against “nuclear terrorism”

The head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI) has rejected an “act of sabotage” against the country’s nuclear site in Natanz, noting that the international community ...

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Issue #1963

The US’ unilateral coercive policies and the truth about Venezuela

Washington’s aggression against Cuba, Venezuela, Iran and other countries is a flagrant violation of human rights.

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Issue #1968

US seizes Iranian news websites

The United States has committed yet another act of piracy, this time digital.

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Palestinian flags. Issue #2095

Iran, Israel, and the threat of war

Iran’s drone and missile attack against Israel on 14 April was immediately condemned by the USA and its allies. Israel has vowed to “retaliate.” There...

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Men praying in Mosque during Ramadan, Iran. Issue #2096

New US anti-Iran sanctions ‘Will Do Nothing’

Additional restrictive measures against Iran will hardly change anything in Tehran’s relations with Western countries because the gap between Iran and the West “cannot grow...

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Issue #1964

Venezuela, Russia and China: the route to a multipolar world

The current global order is experiencing tension caused in the main by US-backed imperial power.

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Global briefs Issue #2052

CUBA: More than 10 million people became literate thanks to the Cuban program “Yes, I can.” The program was Fidel Castro’s initiative that helped to...

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Global briefs Issue #2045

GLOBAL BRIEFS

IRAN, SAUDI ARABIA: The two countries reached an agreement that includes the resumption of diplomatic relations and re-opening of diplomatic missions within two months. They...

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Global briefs Issue #2050

GLOBAL BRIEFS

CUBA: The deputies of the newly constituted National Assembly of People’s Power (ANPP) re-elected Miguel Diaz Canel as President of the Republic of Cuba with...

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Global briefs Issue #2077

GLOBAL BRIEFS

TURKIYE: The largest parade of ships and aircraft took place on 29 October in Istanbul to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the...

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Global briefs Issue #2040

GLOBAL BRIEFS

THE PHILIPPINES: The US and the Philippines announced plans for four more US bases to be established in the Philippines. The agreement was reached during...

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Global briefs Issue #2092

GLOBAL BRIEFS

UKRAINE / RUSSIA: Ukrainian military deployed over 2,500 servicemen, some 35 tanks and around 40 other armoured vehicles to attack multiple locations along the border with Russia....

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Global briefs Issue #2096

GLOBAL BRIEFS

MALDIVES: Almost 284,000 people were eligible to vote in Maldives’ parliamentary elections last Sunday. The island country consists of nearly 2,000 coral islands across 800 km...

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Global briefs Issue #2056

GLOBAL BRIEFS

PAKISTAN: Militants attacked a Pakistani security post near the country’s border with Iran last week, triggering a shoot-out that killed two soldiers, the military said....

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Global briefs Issue #2090

GLOBAL BRIEFS

PAKISTAN: The Cabinet Committee on Energy has approved the beginning of the construction of an 80 km segment of the 800 km long pipeline from the...

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Global briefs Issue #2084

GLOBAL BRIEFS

NAURU: Nauru switched diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China, leaving Taiwan with only 12 diplomatic allies that recognise it as a sovereign state. Nauru’s decision...

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Issue #2039

Left behind

Refugee advocates had called on Prime Minister Albanese to use his recent visit to Papua New Guinea (PNG) to ensure that no refugees or people...

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