- Iranian prosecutor denies visitation rights to son, wife of imprisoned labor leader Mansour Osanlou.
- Another bus driver charged with state security offenses for independent union activity.
- Condoleezza Rice, George Bush, and every Democratic and Republican presidential candidate remain silent on ongoing Iranian labor crackdown.
- Ahmadinejad dismisses French threats.
- Foreign Ministry spokesman condemns French.
- Iranian TV interviews Iranian FM spokesman on French statements.
- “Iran to Suppress Possible Aggressions Crushingly”
- Iran tests domestically-produced jet fighter.
- Iran dismisses U.S. criticism on lack of religious minority rights.
- Number of Sunni mosques allowed to operate in Tehran: Zero
- Population of Tehran: Approximately 14 million.
- Chinese envoy: UN Security Council should defer all responsibility on Iran’s nuclear defiance to IAEA.
- Chinese Ambassador to Tehran speaks on Iranian-Chinese relations.
- Japan eyes investments in Iran’s free trade zones.
- Muslim Blogger’s Committee now in charge of Iran’s official Holocaust site.
- Crackdown nets almost a million bottles of alcohol smuggled through Iranian Azerbaijan, Iranian Kurdistan.
- Picture of the Day: Crackdown on counterfeiting U.S. dollars.
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A friend of the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has denied that she was at the party where the alleged assault occurred. The Senate Judiciary Committee reached out to Leland Ingham Keyser, a friend of Christine Blasey Ford. Ford claims Kavanaugh pinned her to a ... Read More
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