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Iranian hackers hit Bahrain's national oil company Special

New Iranian data wiper malware hast struck Bapco, Bahrain's national oil company. The malware is dubbed “Dustman” by the Saudi Arabia National Cybersecurity Authority, as Chris Kennedy of AttackIQ explains.

Iranian Parliament hitting heads

In order to create a strong position, Ahmadabadi has to defend his views through a glare of assumptive negativity of associations with a certain letter...

Plea agreement reached by global financial institution Special

BNP Paribas S.A. (BNPP) is a global financial institution headquartered in Paris. BNP Paribas admitted that majority of illegal payments were made on behalf of sanctioned countries like Sudan.

Op-Ed: Propaganda desensitizes Iranian public to Baha'i persecution

Tehran - Daily discrimination against Baha'is in Iran continues as President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad convinces the Iranian population of the Religion's attempt to undermine the State.

Watch $40 million Iranian oil platform sink into Persian Gulf

Tehran - Footage has emerged online showing a partially completed $40 million Iranian oil platform collapsing into the Persian Gulf. The video shows people clambering for safety in fright as the platform sank into the depths below their feet .

Israel report says sanctions against Iran are working

On the same day Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech to the United Nations on Iran, a leaked government report could temper his message, saying western sanctions are having an impact.

Clumsy Iranian bomber blows up his home and legs in Bangkok

Bangkok - An Iranian bomber bungled his way pathetically through a bombing mission. After accidentally blowing up his own house, he blew off his own legs after a grenade he hurled at Thai police bounced off a tree and then exploded at his feet.

Iran sends ships through Suez Canal for first time in 30 years

Through an agreement that came as a result of the Egyptian uprising against Hosni Mubarak, Iran has sent two of its ships through the Suez Canal to Syria. The voyage was described as a training mission.

Sweden mistakenly deports man to wrong country

Stockholm - A 52-year-old man who was seeking asylum in Sweden has been deported to the wrong country, after his application was rejected by govenment officials. Instead of sending him back to Iran he was mistakenly deported to neighboring Iraq.

Iranian woman escapes stoning (graphic video)

Tehran - Protesters around the world raced to stop the stoning of a woman who was wrongly convicted of adultery in Iran. The Islamic Penal Code lists stoning as punishment for this crime. A world call for help has been answered and for now her life has been saved.

Human rights activists fight stoning sentence of Iranian woman

Tehran - Iranian authorities have sentenced Sakineh Ashtiani to death by stoning on adultery charges. She says she was forced to confess to her crimes after being subjected to 99 painful lashes.

Is Osama Bin Laden hiding in Washington?

Washington - Is Osama bin Laden hiding under the noses of the United States government in Washington, DC? The Iranian President says so in an interview on Good Morning America.

Iranian Sex Offender Allowed to Roam Free on Canadian Streets

Farid Noedost, 33, an immigrant from Iran and a convicted sex offender was ordered to be released from custody after a hearing Thursday, July 2nd in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Immigration officials will be responsible for his supervision.

Op-Ed: Let Iran heal itself

Since the start of post-election protests in Iran, the Republican Party in the United States has widely accused President Obama of being "too soft" on the Iranian government. But avoiding direct U.S. intervention is the only way to ensure lasting change.

Gay Iranian teen loses asylum appeal

Mehdi Kazemi is a gay Iranian teen and he believes he will face persecution if he is made to return to Iran and now the Netherlands has rejected an asylum plea by Mehdi Kazemi.

Two Iranian Women Are Sentenced To Death By Stoning For Talking To Men

An Iranian woman who's accused of having committed adultery has been sentenced to death by stoning. Her husband secretly taped video footage to prove to authorities that his wife had been promiscuous. The woman’s sister was sentenced to the same fate.

Iranian MP associates Miss Rice's Tough Stance On Iran to Old Time Heart Breaks

The beginning of spring (March 20th) is the Persian New Year. This is a report on status of Iranian women in the last Persian year. The sources are mostly Persian and the news have been reported over the past 12 months...

Iranians lose access to unlimited cheap fuel

Anticipating UN sanctions because of it's nuclear and missile program, Iran one of the largest producer of cheap petrol fuel has decided to increase the petrol prices and put a limit on the quantity consumed which was unlimited before..

UK sailors were caught at the gun point

The ministry of defence says the Iranian forces had caught 15 British Navy personnel at gunpoint.

Gates: Iranian Weaponry Found In Iraq

American Defense Secretary Robert Gates alleges that serial numbers and markings found on weaponry in Iraq point the finger at Iran.

Vista @ $8 in Iran

Iranian hackers have Windows Vista - It's a “fully cracked” version of the new Windows software and it's a go.

Iranian envoy seized in Iraq

Gunmen wearing Iraqi army uniforms seized an Iranian diplomat as he drove through central Baghdad, officials said Tuesday. Tehran blamed the United States for the abduction, which threatened to raise already sharp tensions between the two rivals.

Restrictions Placed on Iranian bloggers

Iranian bloggers have new law requiring them to register their websites and blogsites with the authorities.

Iranian students hide in fear for lives after venting fury at Ahmadinejad

"Iranian student activists who staged an angry protest against Ahmadinejad last week have gone into hiding in fear for their lives." This is an update from my post last week where some DG members commented about the students lives....we were right.

Iranian polls to test Ahmadinejad

Iranians are set to vote in two elections seen as the first test of public support for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad since he came to power.

Underwater Photos By Iranian Win Prestigious French Contest

Kazem Bayrem is also known as the father of Iranian deep-sea diving, and has a reputation for being able to hold his breath an incredibly long time.

Spy camera warning for Iran women

Iranian women have been warned to be on the look-out for cameras hidden in places where they undress, such as fitting rooms, gyms and swimming pools.

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