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Bi-partisan bill introduced to protect Camp Liberty Residents

Washington - A resolution has been introduced in Congress to provide protection and security for the residents of Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq. The residents are exiles from Iran, and have been attacked numerous times by pro-Iranian forces.

Op-Ed: Iran Elections Approach, but do they mean anything? Special

Iranians will head to the polls on Friday, casting votes for parliament and also the Assembly of Experts, a body of clerics that will choose who the next Supreme Leader is.

Iranian President Rouhani visits Europe amid criticisms Special

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been visiting Europe this week as Iran reintegrates itself with the global economy. Are Iran's intentions genuine or could something else be at play?

Iraqi government lays siege to refugee camp Special

Baghdad - Camp Liberty, a camp for de facto refugee members of the Mojahedin-e-Khalq, has come under siege as the Iraqi government has denied the entry of food, septic tanks, and other vital supplies.

Iran nuclear deal being met by harsh criticisms

Iran and the P5+1 parties have come to terms on a nuclear deal, and by the looks of the agreement, both sides can claim victory. Critics in the West, however, have raised serious concerns about the deal, and Iran's faithfulness in implementing it.

Iran nuclear deal unlikely before deadline, criticism mounts Special

The deadline for nuclear negotiations is set to be delayed once again as it looks increasingly likely that negotiators will unable to meet the June 30 deadline. The Obama administration does believe, however, that a deal is within reach.

Iranian opposition group claims widespread support

As nuclear negotiations in Iran approach the June 30 deadline, the Iranian government is finding itself under the ever increasing scrutiny of critics and opposition groups.

Iran continues mass executions ahead of nuclear deal deadline

The Iranian government has continued with its mass executions ahead of the June 30 deadline to wrap up nuclear talks. Opposition to the current regime is growing as more public figures criticize the Iranian government.

Leading public figures urge U.S. to engage Iranian opposition Special

Thirty-eight leading public figures, many of them former government officials, urged the White House, State Department, and presidential candidates to engage with opposition groups opposed to the Iranian regime.

Tens of thousands of Iranian dissidents descend upon Paris Special

Paris - Tens of thousands of Iranian dissidents, many of them members or supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, gathered in Paris over the weekend to demand regime change in Tehran.

Iranian dissidents gather in Paris, push for regime change

Paris - Iranian dissidents from around the world will be gathering in Paris this weekend for a major rally to support democracy. Tens of thousands are expected, and major international leaders, including former U.S. cabinet members, will be speaking at the event.
 

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Memorial service for killed Iranian dissidents
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NCRI President Elect Maryam Rajavi
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