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Iranian Resistance has announced it will take its annual meeting of this year, in Paris, on June 13th. It may sound and look an Iranian event as same gathering last year attracted more than one hundred thousand Iranians from all over the globe.
National Council of Resistance of Iran organizes the event, a broad coalition that contains Iran’s
By: Heshmat Alavi
Those who were born around 2002 are now about to finish their high school and becoming an adult. Nevertheless, the long string of deadlines and talks set, since 2002, between P5 and Iran, have not yet been able to extinguish Iranian Mullah’s desire for atomic bomb. International pressure, along with a bankrupt economy and, on top of all, the resistance inside the
Following the Iranian opposition NCRI exposure on Thursday that Iran is forging ties with North Korea over nuclear weapons, doubts has grown again about how successful the talks with Iran over its nuclear ambitions would be. This is particularly important since the U.N. atomic agency on Friday reported that work on a key element - an assessment of allegations th
Hangings, a much hated method of killing criminals and drug addicts, has been increasingly set aside by the civilized world. However, one car hardly deny this reality that executing a human being by other means is in any way considered civilized.
The killing machine in Iran has been working overtime these days at a much higher pace, aimed at robbin
12 years after the US war in Iraq, the Middle East region has driven out from its previous equilibrium. The question is where we are heading to and is there any way to prevent further loss to the people of this region?
Iranian resistance declared in a book “fundamentalism” as the new global treat with its origin in Teheran 22 years a
A survey of G20 governments – the club of major economies – prepared by IOM at the request of the 2015 Turkish presidency – shows that 15 out of 19 G20 countries want immigration levels increased or maintained at the same level.
The survey, part of a broader forthcoming IOM’s report “How the World Views Migration”, suggests that only a minority of people in G20 countries want im
Iran and the so-called “P5+1” group are presently scrambling to meet a self-imposed June 30 deadline to reach a comprehensive deal that would restrict Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for a lifting of international sanctions on the Islamic Republic. However, several issues, including the monitoring and verifying of measures to ensure Iran does
One day in a Tehran street I saw a small girl whose childish looks were lost while roaming the busy streets of a city like Tehran. She was no bigger than 7 or 8 years of age. However, behind the sun-burned looks, there was a special beauty and innocence like none other. When she saw me looking at her, she came closer and closer one little step at a time, saying:
I wasn’t a good student at high school. To tell you the truth I always preferred playing soccer or wandering around the streets with my friends than to sit down and do breathtaking math’s or physics problems. When it came to exam times my mum used to yell at me, “slouch! You wasted your time idling with your bad friends”. I wished I could meet
Just less than 24 hours after Iran’s foreign minister claimed in an open letter published in Kuwaiti newspapers that “an agreement with world powers over a nuclear deal with Tehran would help bring peace to the region”, Iranian dissidents exposed Iran is forging ties with North Korea over nuclear weapons.
Mohammad Javad Zarif claimed furth
Last straw for the Iranian people
“Right now, we have 5 million and 700 thousand students and graduates across the country who play no role in production and economic added value,” said the Deputy Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Welfare of the Iranian regime. “Out of 11.2 million students and graduates, 5.7 million peopl
Who will be their voice?
Throughout the world, there are always some people in need. They aremostly women and children. They have no voice. They aren’t heard. Maybe they are forgotten?!!Time to time, we see misery pictures of wretched mothers embracing their children, looking gloomily in our eyes… are they displaced by war, drough
An attempt to explain
as you know, there was before our conference a media campaign against us, which aimed to preven
IOM today has called for an “international investigation” of recent Mediterranean shipwrecks in light of Thursday’s discovery of a sunken vessel believed to hold the remains of hundreds of victims, who drowned last month.
Italian authorities reported last night that a nautical robot probed a damaged vessel discovered at a depth of 375 meters, some 85 nautical miles northeast of Libya&
The Department of Modern languages at the university of California (California State University, Domingues Hills in Los Angeles hosted the Jordanian writer of Palestinian background Dr. Sanaa Shalan in a Literary lecture about her experience in story writing. Dr. Shalan presented innovatory evidence about her experience in story writing where she presented a full illumination about her experience in the world of narrative. S
Dr. Sanaa Shalan and Dr. Adnan Kazekm participated in the activities of the fifty- First International conference of California State University, Domingues Hills in Los Angeles in the United states in its 2015 session under the title: (The Influence of Don Quixote in the worlds of art and literature) by a specialized joint discussion paper titled (The Influence of the Novel of Don Quixote on the novel of “Al Mut
Iraq -IOM is working with Government of Iraq in response to displacement caused by the ongoing conflict. This includes providing assistance to recently displaced people in Baghdad Governorate.
According to IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) published yesterday (6/1), from 12-26 March some 27,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) arrived in Baghdad Governorate, the majority in Abu Ghraib district
IOM initiates assistance to migrants stranded in Yemen, launches USD 10 million appeal - The International Organization for Migration said on Thursday it expects to undertake initial evacuation operations from Yemen within the next few days. The Organization plans to begin evacuating the first of at least 11,000 migrants for whom multiple requests for assistance have been received since the start of hostilities earlier in the week
By Adam Taylor
At a gathering of Arab leaders in Sharm el-Sheikh this weekend, Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi read a letter from Vladimir Putin. "We support Arab nations in their effort to ensure a safe future and urge them to resolve all emerging challenges peacefully without any foreign involvement," the Russian president's message read, .
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