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Iran Nuclear Talks: United States Missing an Interlocutor and Ally

Iran Nuclear Talks: United States Missing an Interlocutor and Ally

The Iran nuclear talks with the P5+1 powers hit a pivotal crossroad this week, as US Secretary of State John Kerry and his EU counterparts try to reach a historic deal with Iran in the Vienna Meetings. To simply put it, a deal if reached shall make Iran a Nuclear Islamic Republic from an Islamic […]

Iran and P5+1 May Extend Deadline for Talks

Iran and P5+1 May Extend Deadline for Talks

After days of unsuccessful talks, Iran and the P5+1 may have to extend the deadline for reaching a diplomatic solution to the disagreements surrounding Iran’s nuclear program. Negotiations have been taking place in the nation of Oman in the Persian Gulf and have included meetings directly between Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and United […]

European Union Asks for Halt to All Executions in Iran

European Union Asks for Halt to All Executions in Iran

The European Union asked for a halt to all executions in Iran and expressed its displeasure over the execution of Rehanna Jabbari, a young Iranian woman. The European Union also sent its sympathies to the Jabbari family, particularly to the woman’s mother. The EU High Representative of Foreign Affairs and Security of Policy, Catherine Ashton, […]

Iranian Reyhaneh Jabbari: To Kill and Die in Defense of Life

Iranian Reyhaneh Jabbari: To Kill and Die in Defense of Life

Early in the dawning hours of October 26, 2014, the final preparations were being made to right a perceived wrongdoing, an act that was the direct result of a prior wrong that had allegedly occurred, depending on who you believed. A 19-year-old girl in Iran, where the laws are not written for her protection nor […]

Iran Executes Woman Who Said She Killed in Self Defense

Iran Executes Woman Who Said She Killed in Self Defense

A 27-year-old woman, Reyhaneh Jabbari, was executed by hanging in Iran on Saturday morning for premeditated murder, a crime she was convicted of in 2009. The young Iranian woman maintained to the end that she had killed in self-defense when Dr. Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi attempted to sexually assault her. Amnesty International, the United Nations (UN) and other human […]

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