Bloomberg | By Kurt Wagner | May 26, 2021
Facebook Inc. issued a new report Wednesday showing that most networks of accounts that the company removes for “inauthentic behavior” originate in Russia or Iran, which accounted for 50 different network removals since 2017.
A total of 9 “inauthentic” networks
Fox News | Eric Shawn | March 19, 2021
New Mexico Republican Rep. Yvette Herrell, and eight of her colleagues, sent a letter to the Department of Justice asking that it ferret out and prosecute any Americans who are secretly paid to parrot Tehran's line
Assadollah Assadi is the first Iranian diplomat convicted for terrorism in Europe in a case that has soured Iranian relations with a key partner
WSJ | By Sune Engel Rasmussen | 2-4-2021
A Belgian court sentenced an Iranian diplomat to 20 years in prison for plotting a bomb
Reuters | By Parisa Hafezi | 1/8/2021
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran’s Supreme Leader on Friday banned the government from importing COVID-19 vaccines from the United States and Britain, labelling the Western powers “untrustworthy”, as the infection spreads in the Middle East’s hardest-hit country.
In a live televised speech,
His advisers cling to the 2015 deal, but the region has moved on
NY Times | By the Editorial Board | Jan. 4, 2021
President Trump’s maximum-pressure sanctions campaign against Iran will continue until his final day in office—and so will Tehran’s escalating violations of the 2015 nuclear
Iranian Americans Outline a Comprehensive, Bi-partisan Iran Policy for 2021
OIAC | 12/15/2020
WASHINGTON, DC- On December 15, 2020, the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC) hosted a virtual event on US policy toward Iran. The event was titled “Iranian Americans Call for a
New York, NY; December 3, 2020 - Association of Iranian Americans in New York congratulates Congressman Gregory Meeks (D-NY) on his selection as the next Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
A a community of Iranian Americans whose members have loved ones live under medieval
Iran: Internet deliberately shut down during November 2019 killings
Amnesty International | November 16, 2020
The Iranian authorities deliberately shut down the internet during nationwide protests in November 2019, hiding the true scale of unlawful killings by security forces, Amnesty International said today.
On the anniversary of the
Amnesty International | September 2, 2020
Widespread torture including beatings, floggings, electric shocks, stress positions, mock executions, waterboarding, sexual violence, forced administration of chemical substances, and deprivation of medical care
Hundreds subjected to grossly unfair trials on baseless national security charges
Death sentences issued