Pompeo reveals big lies about Iran nuclear activities
Former CIA Chief and Trump’s Secretary of State nominee, Mike Pompeo, has confessed to twelve years of making up lies by the US about Iran’s nuclear activities at his confirmation hearing, saying: “Iran wasn’t racing to a weapon before the deal. There is no indication that I’m aware of that if the deal no longer existed that they would immediately turn to racing to create a nuclear weapon today.”
Trump waives Iran sanctions again
US President, Donald Trump, has waived sanctions against Iran. The waiver must be issued every 120 days. But he warned that this may the last time, unless talks begin about Iran’s missile program and the uranium enrichment which has been limited for ten years under the deal becomes permanent.
Paul Pillar: The US cannot change the JCPOA unilaterally
Paul Pillar says: The U.S. government does not have the ability to change unilaterally a multilateral agreement. Even most of the U.S. opponents of the JCPOA admit that, which is why they talk about "renegotiating" the accord.
“Khoy” sister city of “Kunya”
These days, Kunya is filled with the sounds of Sufi Sama and mysticism. Researchers worldwide have come to the city to join the Molana World Congress. Numerous Iranians have also traveled to the city to visit his tomb. Renowned Iranian vocalists, Shahram Nazeri and Majid Derakhshani, held a concert of traditional Persian music in Kunya.
2nd International clinical oncology congress
The 2nd annual international clinical oncology congress, and the 12th national congress, wrapped up today 23 December 2017.
This 2-day congress, 22-23 December, organized by the Iranian Society of Clinical Oncology (ISCO) aims to treat and control cancer, transfer knowledge, and share scientific achievements. 230 papers were received here, of which 80 were printed as posters.
Congress passes ball back to Trump on Iran
On 12 December 2017, Reuters Washington writes: “The U.S. Congress will allow a deadline on reimposing sanctions on Iran to pass this week, congressional and White House aides said on Tuesday, leaving a pact between world powers and Tehran intact at least temporarily.
US nuclear scientists support JCPOA
On 30 October 2017, the New York Times writes that more than 90 top American experts in atomic sciences, including a designer of the hydrogen bomb, publicly threw their weight behind the Iran nuclear agreement on Monday, exhorting Congress to preserve the accord in the face of President Trump’s disavowal of it.
Iran to reconsider IAEA cooperation
In its third six-monthly report on the implementation of the Iranian nuclear agreement known officially as the JCPOA, the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Islamic Consultative Assembly
The world stands up to Trump
The JCPOA remains in place. The US President, Donald Trump, has finally announced his strategy on Iran and the future of the nuclear deal officially known as the JCPOA, which has met with the negative reaction of world leaders. As predicted in recent days, he has referred the Iran nuclear agreement to Congress, which has 60 days to review what Trump calls the weaknesses of the agreement.
The monetary system must be fixed
Speaking at the 3rd Iranian Petroleum & Energy Club Congress and Exhibition (IPEC) fellow project manager at ADL Energy, Chap Coleman, said: ‘There is a lot of money in the world, but the monetary system must be fixed to reduce complications for access to investments.’
Politics makes strange bedfellows
At the opening ceremony of the 3rd Iranian Petroleum & Energy Club Congress and Exhibition (IPEC) in Tehran running from 10-12 October 2017, Iran’s Petroleum Minister, Bijan Zangeneh outlined the Ministry’s priorities and said: ‘I have said this in Parliament before and will say it again, we can have different opinions but we don’t have to be enemies. We are all part and parcel of the job.’
3rd Iranian Petroleum & Energy Exhibition
The 3rd Iranian Petroleum & Energy Club Congress and Exhibition (IPEC) was inaugurated today, 10 October 2017, at the Broadcasting Convention Center in Tehran, with the presence of the Minister of Petroleum, Bijan Zangeneh, and Iranian and foreign corporations.