By Ali Safavi    On Jan. 4, the reports came from within Gohardasht Prison, near the Iranian capital Tehran, that activist and political prisoner Ali Moezzi, still behind bars despite completing ...

By:  Farah StockmanInternational Herald TribuneAugust 6, 2004 WASHINGTON - Before the U.S. military marched to Baghdad to take out Saddam Hussein's regime, Iraqi and Iranian exiles warned the U.S. ...

A female supporter of Iranian presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi covers her face with Iran's flag during a campaign rally in Tehran on April 29. The majority of Iranians would prefer to do away ...

After excoriating the Obama administration’s deal with Iran as “the worst deal ever made in history,” Trump told a small group of conservative journalists meeting with him Monday night that the ...

By: Aline Cunico and Cléo FatoorehchiApril 26, 2011 UNITED NATIONS - Two weeks after an attack by Iraqi security forces against Camp Ashraf, a base for Iranian exiles, killed 34 people and left ...

  By Jacqueline Shoen - EditorJuly 14, 2011 The status of Camp Ashraf in Iraq is teetering on the edge of dissolution at the hands of the Iraqi government backed by Iran. While the international ...

Last month, the US imposed new sanctions on Iranian entities involved in weapons procurement. The move came two days after the administration of Donald Trump officially put the regime “on notice” ...

CNN.comFebruary 21, 2004  Q:  We are joined now by Ali Safavi, President of Washington Consulting Firm Near East Policy Research. It's good to have you join us. Welcome. First off, looking at an ...
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