This is a live-blog report on events in Iran on December 16, 2010, during the Shia mourning day of Ashura. As reports come in, they will be placed at the top of this page. To read this in chronological order it must be read from the bottom up. [8:30AM Tehran Time – December 17, 2010] […]
We just came across this series on investing in Iran by CNBC. It’s the first of its kind of I’ve seen from Western mainstream media. The series release has coincided with Student Day in Iran, which was marked by protests by students throughout Iran. It is quite interesting — showing Iran’s contradictions and the impact […]
This is a live-blog report on events on December 7, 2010, Student Day in Iran. Any videos and information contained in this report are obtained through various online sources. Iran News Now is not affiliated with any of the groups or individuals who produced any of the videos. We are simply an outlet and conduit […]
Cable exposes deep regional and international concerns about volatile situation in Lebanon following 2006 war
As diplomats arrive in Geneva, the head of Tehran’s nuclear program says his nation can produce its own yellowcake, used in the process of creating nuclear fuel.
Los Angeles Times World | December 4, 2010 By Ramin Mostasghim in Tehran Even after three days with all government offices closed, the Iranian capital continues to be cloaked in a cloud of noxious, dangerous gas that some are describing as hopeless. On Saturday, normally the start of Tehran’s busy week, officials shuttered all kindergartens […]
EA WorldView: Wikileaks Iran Special: US Diplomats Assess the Green Movement and the Political Situation (January 2010)
EA WorldView | December 3, 2010 By Dr. Scott Lucas “The GPO [Green Movement] has a strong ‘brand’ – green, freedom, peace signs, silent marches, stolen election and martyrs like Neda Agha Soltani. But like the regime that seeks to crush it, the GPO is not monolithic. To characterize the GPO’s active core as now […]
Sophisticated cyber-worms, motorcycling assassins: but who is behind the increasingly sinister campaign against the Iranian energy programme?
In anticipation of 16 Azar (December 7), the 57th anniversary of University Student Day in Iran, Green students at Tehran’s major universities issued statements emphasizing that they will not stop their struggle for freedom and democracy, and condemning, in the strongest language, the hardliners’ violent crackdown on political, social, and human rights activists.
Much as Ahmadinejad’s chief of staff, Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei notes, Iran is faced with a choice between the “school of Iran” and the “school of Islam.”
A purported Iranian government agent who pleaded guilty to trying to hire a hitman to kill a broadcaster critical of the Iranian regime is a fugitive from justice after missing a Los Angeles court date.