Palestinians in West Bank

Arming West Bank only Way to Save Palestine

Watching the Palestinian Permanent Observer to the United Nations, Riyadh Mansour walking pessimistically outside the UN Security Council chambers on late Thursday meant the council ... Continue Reading →
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Full Text of Iran and P5+1 Nuclear Deal

Iran and the group of P5+1 (USA, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) agreed on a joint plan action after months of intensive negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program. following ... Continue Reading →
Until September 9, 2009 there was over 20,000 nuclear weapons around the world. Many of them are still on hair-trigger alert.18,500 of these bombs were made by the US and Russia.

On This Day 68 Years Ago The Nuclear Age Began When The US Detonated The First Atomic Bomb

On June 16, 1945, America detonated the first atomic bomb, starting the atomic age and the biggest arms race in the world. Although the first attempts to make atomic ... Continue Reading →
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Iran And Hezbollah Never Compromise on Syria: MP

In response to reports of Russia’s supply of the sophisticated s-300 anti aircraft missiles to Syria IransView asked an Iranian MP his opinions. Mehdi Sanaei, ... Continue Reading →
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US’ Absence in UN Disarmament Conference Does Not Matter, Says Iranian Official

“Iran’s Mission in Geneva has an active and effective participation in all topics related to the disarmament initiatives around the world,” said ... Continue Reading →
Ali Akbar Salehi

Iran to Launch Talks Between Syria’s Government and Opposition: Salehi

Iran could “launch talks between Syria’s government and opposition”, Iran’s Foreign Minister, Ali Akbar Salehi told Germany’s Der Spiegel newsweekly in ... Continue Reading →
Bagheri explains Iran's Strategy of Nuclear Negotiations on a PowerPoint. (Photo credit: Irna)

Iran’s Deputy Nuclear Negotiator Reviews Past Mistakes in Negotiations

Iranian deputy nuclear negotiator, Ali Bagheri said on Tuesday that Iran expects to receive the P5+1′s  (USA, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany) response to Iran’s ... Continue Reading →