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Assad Might Be Winning The Syrian War - Business Insider

"Now the operations are well-planned and the objectives are precise," Rami Abdel, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told AFP. "This is because Iranian officers are on the ground, leading operations, while new Iranian weapons conceived for this kind of battle are flowing in."   While Assad's decisions to bomb civilians and use che ... ... Continue reading »

Syria´s ex-opposition chief warns of regional Shiite-Sunni war CCTV News - CNTV English

    In his letter, al-Khatib said "There is a massive plot to drag the whole Muslim world into a Sunni-Shiite war beginning from Syria, then to Lebanon all the way to the rest of the region including Iran and Turkey in order to destroy the region, and to completely consume the cash of the Gulf states on funding this massive war and flaming it with ... ... Continue reading »

Syria says backing rebels risks new attacks on America| Reuters

Thomson Reuters is the world's largest international multimedia news agency, providing investing news, world news, business news, technology news, headline news, small business news, news alerts, personal finance, stock market, and mutual funds information available on Reuters.com, video, mobile, and interactive television platforms. Thomson Reuter ... ... Continue reading »

Syria expects more financial aid from Russia, Iran - OrlandoSentinel.com

DAMASCUS (Reuters) - Syria hopes to clinch more financial aid from its allies Russia and Iran soon, but still has enough foreign reserves to pursue its war on rebels trying to oust President Bashar al-Assad, the central bank governor said.Speaking at the bank's headquarters, hit by a car bomb on April 8, Adeeb Mayaleh said: "We are expecting much m ... ... Continue reading »

A delay in the salary of workers of 60 factories. | HRANA

According to a report by ILNA, Mohammad Ahmadi said in a media conference because of the 1st May: âNow 30% of the salary of the employer and the employee is paid to the social security, but we must consider what the social security does.â   The president of the Association of Islamic Councils of workers said: âNow there are 60 factories the workers ... ... Continue reading »

کميته گزارشگران حقوق بشر - Raheleh Zokayi, exiled prisoner at Gharchak prison launches hunger strike

The blog “Women Behind Prison Bars” wrote the following about this female prisoner: “She discussed the reason for her first arrest with incarcerated reporter [and member of One Million Signatures Campaign to End Discriminatory Laws], Maryam Hosseinkhah, who was held in the public women’s ward at Evin with Raheleh Zokayi. She said that since the age ... ... Continue reading »

UANI Applauds Grant Thornton, RSM, Crowe Horwath for Ending Business in Iran | Business Wire

We also applaud RSM and Crowe Horwath for ending their Iran exposure, and we will list them as withdrawn from the country. The success of this campaign underscores the fiduciary risks of doing business in Iran. If Iran is too risky for the world’s leading accounting firms, then all businesses have a duty to disclose any and all Iran work to shareho ... ... Continue reading »

کميته گزارشگران حقوق بشر - Medical furlough for labor activist Mohmmad Jarahi has been denied

In June 2011, Mohammad Jarahi was arrested along with Shahrokh Zamani and other left wing student activists in Tabriz. Jarahi who spends his second year behind bars, was handed a 5-year prison sentence for his political and union activities. Shahrokh Zamani received an 11-year prison sentence based on the same charges. After being illegally transfe ... ... Continue reading »

US: Syria chemical weapons case not airtight - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

"Horrific as it is when mortars are being fired on civilians and people are being indiscriminately killed, to use potential weapons of mass destruction on civilian populations crosses another line with respect to international norms and international law," Obama told reporters at the White House.   Syria, however, has still not allowed a team of ex ... ... Continue reading »

Don't blame Canada: Former ambassador to Iran on Argo, America, and nukes - CSMonitor.com

Former Canadian Ambassador to Iran Ken Taylor and his wife Pat, pose for photographers at the premiere of the film Argo in Washington, Oct. 2012. Taylor, who protected Americans at great personal risk during the Iran hostage crisis of 1979, has achieved some name recognition in the US since the 2012 movie 'Argo' swept theaters and the Academy Award ... ... Continue reading »

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