During a Friday Prayer Sermon in Tehran, Movahedi Kermani paved the
President Barack Obama
such a move would likely destroy nuclear talks and increase prospects for a
military showdown. Vowing to veto any sanctions that reach his desk, Obama
pleaded, 'Just hold your fire.' Iran
In an unusual move by a foreign leader, British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was personally calling
say that new sanctions would drive a wedge through international unity. U.S.
At that point, Obama argued, the world would lose its best chance to prevent
obtaining a nuclear weapon. Iran
lawmakers are so sceptical of the negotiations that they have insisted the Washington move forward
with additional sanctions to keep tightening the screws on U.S. . Tehran
A tense exchange between Obama and a top Democrat this week illustrated the degree to which Obama's diplomacy with
even members of his own party. Iran
Menendez, who until recently chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has been working across partisan lines with Sen. Mark Kirk, on new sanctions on Iran's economy that would kick in only if Iran fails to sign or live up to a nuclear deal in time. Other senators are drafting bills that would require Congress to sign off on any deal before existing sanctions are lifted.
The Associated France Press reported on Jan. 15 that Germany’s foreign
'We must now use the newly opened time window, we must leave nothing undone to reach the solution that has eluded us in recent years,' Frank-Walter Steinmeier said before the talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif In a brief joint press appearance with Zarif, Steinmeier said 'we probably share the understanding that this is now the decisive phase of the negotiations'.
Talks between Iranian regime and the P5+1 group -- the United States, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia -- took place in Geneva today which seeked to break a stalemate that has seen two earlier deadlines pass without an accord.
50 workers of the National North drilling Company gathered in front of Oil
14th, to protest against their dismissal under the pretext of financial
resource deficit. Tehran
An angry worker said that no governmental agency or organization is ready to defend the workers’ rights. Every month they lay off 50 or sometimes up to 200 workers with bogus excuses, and exactly a day later they publish notices of new hiring. If they have financial deficits to the extent that forces them to lay off their employees, why would they go out to hire the same number of dismissed employees? and with the same specialties and expertise.
A number of state and local agents of the government in a bit to extort
A violent raid on vendors in the town of
, suburb of
the capital Andisheh in Tehran by State
Security forces was responded with a stiff resistance from the vendors on
Friday Jan. 16. The security forces had planned on raiding vendors for
extortion and fining shop owners for covering the loses due to low oil prices
and the international sanctions. The vendors did not bow to their demands and
clashed with state forces demanding their rights to be honored. The vendors say
these agents of extortion always come and they ask for money, otherwise they
would close our business. They say that they are being blackmailed and they are
left helpless to deal with such atrocities. Iran
A number of workers of Shahde-Ab factory, the producers of fruit juice in
protest against unpaid salaries and wages.
The mayor of 'Pounak' district of Tehran-Iran, located west of the capital
This action was taken at a time when the regime was staging a show conference of 'International Islamic Unity' in Tehran and dozens of people from other counties in the region were invited. The Iranian regime also prevented the Sunni Imam Mulana Abodoul-Hamid from leading the prayer.
A witness said: the oppressive agents associated to mayor, insulted Mulavi Abidoulah Mousa-zadeh, the Friday prayer Imam of the Mosque, and confiscated his cell phone and personal belongings.
Representatives of Koushk Bafgh mine workers travelled to