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Friday 28 November 2014
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  • Speaker Welcomes Extension of Iran-World Powers N. Talks

    Speaker Welcomes Extension of Iran-World Powers N. Talks

    »  TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani welcomed the recent agreement between Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, France, Britain and China plus Germany) to continue their nuclear negotiations in a bid to reach a final agreement. The top Iranian parliamentarian said on Wednesday that as the talks were progressing, it seemed not so logical to make a final decision under the existing circumstances as some issues needed to

  • Syria, Russia support UN ceasefire plan for Aleppo

    Syria, Russia support UN ceasefire plan for Aleppo

    »  Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem says Damascus and Moscow have agreed to back a UN proposal for the suspension of fighting in the northwestern city of Aleppo. The Syrian official made the remarks after a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and a Syrian government delegation in Sochi, Russia, on Wednesday, official news agency SANA reported. “Talks also dealt with the mission of UN envoy to Syria, Staffan

  • Entire Iran to stand up to excessive demands: Leader

    Entire Iran to stand up to excessive demands: Leader

    » Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the entire Iranian nation will stand up to excessive demands as the Islamic Republic engages in nuclear negotiations with six world powers. “In the [nuclear] negotiations, if sensible things are said and fair and wise arrangements are made, we will agree to them; but, Iranians, from the top all the way to the bottom [of social strata,] from the masses of the people to

  • ‘Britain biased toward Syrian refugees’

    ‘Britain biased toward Syrian refugees’

    »  Reports that Britain has allowed in fewer number of refugees from the conflict-weary Syria than it had originally pledged have raised suspicions that London is being biased toward refugees from the Middle East. Barry Grossman, a political analyst and an international lawyer based in Indonesia, told Press TV that UK’s bias toward refugees from Syria is normal especially given London’s role in creating a crisis in the country

  • Israel to nab Palestinians over Facebook posts

    Israel to nab Palestinians over Facebook posts

     Israel has threatened to arrest the Palestinian activists who post anti-Israeli remarks on Facebook, Press TV reports. In the latest wave of crackdown on Palestinian activists, Tel Aviv has vowed to take legal against those who post anti-Israeli remarks on Facebook. Last week, 32-year-old Mahmoud Asila from the Old City of al-Quds was arrested for what the Israeli regime called incitement and spreading violent

» Speaker Welcomes Extension of Iran-World Powers N. Talks
» Syria, Russia support UN ceasefire plan for Aleppo
» Entire Iran to stand up to excessive demands: Leader
» ‘Britain biased toward Syrian refugees’
Israel to nab Palestinians over Facebook posts
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Deputy interior minister says Takfiri crimes greater than those committed by enemies of Islam
Deputy interior minister says Takfiri crimes greater than those committed by enemies of Islam

»  Qom prov, Nov 24, IRNA – Deputy Minister of Interior for Security Affairs Hossein Zolfaqari Hossein Dehqan said Thursday that crimes perpetrated by Takfiri groups are much greater than those of enemies of Islam. Deputy interior minister says …

Large explosion, gunfire rock Afghanistan's capital
Large explosion, gunfire rock Afghanistan's capital

»  A large explosion has rocked Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, followed by the exchange of gunfire in the city’s central district. As the latest in the string of bomb attacks in Afghanistan’s capital, a huge blast hit the city on Thursday …

Kashmir clashes claim nine lives, including civilians
Kashmir clashes claim nine lives, including civilians

»  At least nine people, including three civilians, have been killed in fierce gun battle between pro-independence fighters and army soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir. The fighting erupted on Thursday when the fighters attacked an army …

13 hunger-striking Venezuelan inmates die of poisoning
13 hunger-striking Venezuelan inmates die of poisoning

»  At least 13 Venezuelan inmates on hunger strike in protest against prison conditions have died of poisoning, the government says. The prisoners at David Viloria Correction Center, known as Uribana prison and located in Venezuela's northern …

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War Criminal Tony Blair Steals ‘Legacy Award’
War Criminal Tony Blair Steals ‘Legacy Award’

»  TEHRAN (FNA)- The man, who in 2003 helped former US president George W. Bush to kill and maim hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, mostly women and children, continues to use his "eel-like" powers to avoid prosecution. In fact, former UK prime …

Obama repeatedly heckled over immigration policy
Obama repeatedly heckled over immigration policy

 US President Barack Obama has been interrupted by at least four hecklers, all of them women, during a speech about his administration’s immigration policy. On Tuesday, the president was speaking about his decision to provide deportation …

Rand Paul: War against ISIL 'illegal until Congress acts'
Rand Paul: War against ISIL 'illegal until Congress acts'

 US Senator Rand Paul is calling on Congress to officially declare war on the ISIL terrorist organization and limit US presidential war powers for waging an “illegal” war against the group. Paul, who is seen as a potential Republican …

Afghan forces kill 30 Taliban militants across country
Afghan forces kill 30 Taliban militants across country

 Afghan security forces have killed 30 Taliban militants and injured three others during separate operations across the country over the past 24 hours. The Afghan Interior Ministry said in a statement issued on Monday that the militants were …

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US aims to ‘contain’ not destroy ISIL: Analyst

US aims to ‘contain’ not destroy ISIL: Analyst

»  Contrary to its stated objective, the United States seeks to contain, rather than destroy, the ISIL terrorist organization so that it does not threaten US strategic …

Scott Rickard: Anti-ISIL Coalition Does Not Truly Intend to Defeat the Terrorists

Scott Rickard: Anti-ISIL Coalition Does Not Truly Intend to Defeat the Terrorists

 TEHRAN (FNA)- The rise of the terrorist group ISIL in the Middle East and its heinous atrocities against the people of Syria and Iraq has been constantly making the …

US must change attitude in Iran nuclear talks: Larijani

US must change attitude in Iran nuclear talks: Larijani

 Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the US should change its attitude toward the ongoing talks about Iran's nuclear program so that the negotiations could …

‘No nuclear deal by Nov. 24 deadline’

‘No nuclear deal by Nov. 24 deadline’

 As Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany hold final round of nuclear talks in the Austrian capital Vienna, an American …

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פיירוז אבאדי: דרך המהפכה לא מותנית בתהליך המו"מ
Afghan mom avenges son's murder, kills 25 Taliban militants
60 killed in Syria airstrikes on ISIL positions in Raqqa
Qaeda affiliate releases Hezbollah captive
Israeli bus driver kills Palestinian, injures another
Report
IAEA report based on false information: Iran
US says carried out 30 more strikes against ISIL
Nearly 300 kids died in Pakistan Thar Desert: Official
Some 10,000 Palestinian kids detained since 2000: PLO
India’s oil imports from Iran rise 60 percent in October
Article
Nukes, ISIS, Ebola, and Ferguson
Seeking a Multipolar World Inside the Quite Unipolar Informational Medium
Israeli Chutzpah Has Its Limits
Western Media Tarnishing Reputation of Iraq’s Storied Warriors
The choice of the century
Interview
US waging war against Syria in conjunction with ISIL: Don DeBar
ISIL terrorists are currently on US soil: Tim McClellan
Israel continues to colonize Palestine: Analyst
Scott Rickard: Anti-ISIL Coalition Does Not Truly Intend to Defeat the Terrorists
War against ISIL is an issue for both Democrats, Republicans: Madsen