• Taking them out

    By: Podviski

    Taking them out

    TEHRAN, Sep. 10 (MNA) – Sources says the US Air Force has evacuated more than 20 ISIL field commanders from the Syrian city of Deir Ezzor during heliborne operations.

  • Taking them out

    By: Podviski

    Taking them out

    TEHRAN, Sep. 10 (MNA) – Sources says the US Air Force has evacuated more than 20 ISIL field commanders from the Syrian city of Deir Ezzor during heliborne operations.

  • Tied up in a bow

    By: Podviski

    Tied up in a bow

    TEHRAN, Sep. 05 (MNA) – US-Russia diplomatic ties have hit a new low following Washington's decision to close down three Russian properties and search the premises of the Russian Trade Representation in the US capital.

  • How to make friends, the American way

    By: Podviski

    How to make friends, the American way

    TEHRAN, Sep. 04 (MNA) – The US has a funny way of maintaining diplomatic ties and easing tensions. In addition to the ever present sanctions regime, the current US president Donald Trump has his own special way to provoke state leaders through his controversial tweets and temper tantrums.

  • That escalated quickly!

    By: Podviski

    That escalated quickly!

    TEHRAN, Sep. 02 (MNA) – Disheartened by US continued lack of commitment to nuclear deal and its threat to withdraw, Iran has stated that it will implement the deal as long as it does not undermine its national interests, but by no means will Tehran take the first step to kill the deal. Western media, however, have always had a different take on the news that would serve their own purposes instead of the truth.

  • World without nuclear weapons: a dream?

    By: Paresh Nath

    World without nuclear weapons: a dream?

    TEHRAN, Aug. 28 (MNA) – For the first time in the seven-decade effort to avert a nuclear war, the UN formally adopted the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in July. However, the current estimated number of nuclear weapons in the world is over 15000, a situation made even more threatening by US promotion of an arms race.

  • Out of one war tunnel into another

    By: Dave Granlund

    Out of one war tunnel into another

    TEHRAN, Aug. 26 (MNA) – President Donald Trump’s approval to extend American presence in Afghanistan and deploy thousands of more troops there was met with frustration from Republican and Democrat legislators alike. The 16-year-old war was launched in 2001 by George W. Bush after 9/11, costing up to $1 trillion and causing thousands casualties.