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Rouhani projects a friendly image in Davos while his opponents stir at home
The moderate president will use his speech to attract global business after winning an easing of some economic sanctions but in Tehran his hardline opponents are fuming after failing to prevent the striking of a landmark accord that took effect on Monday.
January 22, 2014
Fate of US ‘agent’ who vanished in Iran unknown
A retired FBI agent who vanished six years ago in Iran, reportedly during a botched, off-the-books CIA operation, was definitely detained by Iranian authorities despite Tehran’s denials, the last known person to see him alive has insisted. Michael Theodoulou reports
December 17, 2013
Iran’s hardliners planning ‘Death to America’ rally on anniversary of US Embassy attack
For more than three decades, clenched-fist chants of the slogan have been shouted in well-drilled unison at Friday prayers and other public events, where the Stars and Stripes are often also set ablaze. Michael Theodoulou reports
October 22, 2013
Iran signals it will allow snap nuclear inspections in talks ‘breakthrough’
Allowing snap inspections of its nuclear sites appears to be the first concession Iran may be prepared to make in return for the removal of sanctions hammering its vital oil and banking sectors. Michael Theodoulou reports
October 16, 2013