• Endless controversy in the UK

    By Saeed Sobhani

    Endless controversy in the UK

    TEHRAN - Challenges in the UK over how the country moves from the EU. Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbin, the leader of the British Labor Party, has made a bigger role in facing Teresa, the British prime minister.

  • Nujaba's important role on failure of U.S. plan for overthrowing Syrian government

    Former Iranian ambassador in Syria:

    Nujaba's important role on failure of U.S. plan for overthrowing Syrian government

    Explaining the causes of the bill proposed by the US Congress imposing sanctions on al-Nujaba Islamic Resistance, "Raouf Sheibani” said: The Resistance Axis groups, including Hezbollah al-Nujaba, prevented form and challenged the American-Zionist plan of overthrowing the Syrian government.‌

  • Saudi-UAE move in the Sahel region is for rivalry with Iran: Prof. Entessar

    By Javad Heirannia

    Saudi-UAE move in the Sahel region is for rivalry with Iran: Prof. Entessar

    TEHRAN – Professor Nader Entessar from South Alabama University says that “Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been looking at the Sahel region of West Africa as a major source of investment.”

  • Why EU is worried?

    Hanif Ghafari

    Why EU is worried?

    TEHRAN - European officials continue to worry about their political future. The social, political, economic and security developments in Europe show that the European Union is not in a good position. This has caused European officials and many experts and analysts to warn Europe's issues about the future. A future whose signs are now visible.

  • Sayed Abbas Al Musawi: A Revolutionary Hero

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    Sayed Abbas Al Musawi: A Revolutionary Hero

    BEIRUT - Each time a man stands up for a stance or strikes out against prejudice and tyranny, he sends forth a ripple of hope, which builds a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of subjugation. Sayed Abbas Al Moswai, one of the major founders of Hezbollah movement in Lebanon and the former Secretary General of Hezbollah, witnessed the cruelty of his time. He felt the pain and experienced the agony of the Lebanese and the other oppressed nations. Al Moswai perceived the tragedy of the people of Palestine since he was young and participated actively to remove the two brotherly peoples’ occupation nightmare; the Palestinians and the Lebanese.

  • Nabeel Rajab: The voice of the voiceless

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    Nabeel Rajab: The voice of the voiceless

    BEIRUT - Nabeel Rajab, a Bahraini prominent human rights advocate, is serving a pre-trail detention for exercising his right to freedom of expression, amid the international calls to immediately and unconditionally release him. The Bahraini authorities detained Rajab in relation to his activism, and to statements he post on twitter. Rajab had been found guilty of ‘spreading rumours and untruthful information’ against the Bahraini government in TV interviews.

  • Cultural considering New Silk Road: One Belt One Road One Culture

    By Vahid Pourtajrishi & Elaheh Shirvani

    Cultural considering New Silk Road: One Belt One Road One Culture

    TEHRAN - One Belt One Road policy as Xi Jinpeng’s initiative is not just an economic plan but a cultural one which could create an integrated and unified culture along entire the route.

  • U.S. multifaceted objectives in Syria

    By Payman Yazdani

    U.S. multifaceted objectives in Syria

    TEHRAN - Just weeks after failure of the ISIL terrorist group in Iraq and Syria, the United States announced that it is going to create a security belt from Erbil to the Mediterranean under the pretext of “preventing the return of ISIL.”

  • The conflict continues in the United States

    By Ali Alemi 

    The conflict continues in the United States

    TEHRAN - Russia's interference in the U.S. presidential election (2016) is still open. This is while Russian officials have said they have not intervened in the presidential election. A review of the Reuters news agency in this regard suggests that in the near future, we will witness intense conflicts between the American security authorities and the White House officials.

  • The charges against Russians are Mickey Mouse   

    By Martin Love

    The charges against Russians are Mickey Mouse   

    NORTH CAROLINA - If it were not simply insane, you’d have to laugh: Months of investigation, many millions of bucks spent, and U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a former head of the FBI, announces last week an indictment of 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities, accusing them of interfering in the 2016 presidential election and operating fake social media accounts.