‘Possible that people inside your home will respond to your crime’: Iran issues threats, says US President Donald Trump ‘not safe on Earth’
Tensions between the US and Iran flared up after Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal and ordered sanctions against the Islamic country.
UN Watch, a UN accredited NGO, has released of top ten human rights abusers of 2020 including countries like China and Russia.
Uranium, missiles and flip-flops: A brief history of the fissions and fusions of US-Iran relations over the years
President-elect Joe Biden has expressed his readiness to restart negotiations with the Iran on the nuclear deal.
US President Donald Trump threatens Iran with retaliation after US embassy in Baghdad attacked with rockets
The attacks come at a time when tensions are growing tensions between the United States and Iran amidst the last days of Trump’s presidency.
Iran executes a journalist on the charges of inciting and aiding the 2017 protests against the Iranian government
Journalist Rohullah Zam was accused of helping govt protests against Iran govt by sharing timings of protests on his website and telegram channel
As Iran vows to avenge their nuclear scientist Fakhrizadeh’s murder, read how 62-member squad planned and carried out his assassination
The killing of Fakhrizadeh is the latest in the serious high-profile assassinations of people belonging to Iranian regime since the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani.
After allowing Israelis to visit without visa, UAE stops issuing visas to citizens of 13 countries including Pakistan and Turkey
The decision of UAE to stop issuing visas to citizens of 13 countries is reported to have been taken due to security decisions.
Heeng (Asafoetida) cultivation started for the first time in India with trial plantation in Himachal Pradesh
Although India consumes around 50% of the total Heeng production in the world, it is not produced in the country at present
Navid Afkari was earlier sentenced to death for allegedly murdering a security guard during the anti-government protest in Iran in 2018
Islamic terror group Al-Qaeda threatens Charlie Hebdo with a ‘2015 like massacre’ for deciding to republish Prophet Mohammad cartoons
The announcement of reprinting the cartoons by Charlie Hebdo has triggered Islamists from several countries