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Aug 4, 2011
The leader of a dissident Kurdish organization in Iran says his forces killed more than 300 Iranian Revolutionary Guards troops, including three generals and 15 decorated commanders while sustaining just 16 casualties, during two weeks of running battles along the Iran-Iraq...


Jul 28, 2011
Iran called on NATO member Turkey on Tuesday to help battle dissident Kurds in the rugged mountains along the northern border between Iran and Iraq. Turkey sent 20 tanks, 300 special forces troops, and surveillance drones into Iran, eyewitnesses quoted by the Firat news...


Jul 19, 2011
Thousands of Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) troops crossed into northern Iraq over the weekend, bombarding Iraqi Kurdish villages. The Iraqi government has quietly acknowledged the Iranian military operation on Iraqi soil, but has not called it an invasion. Iraqi...


Jul 18, 2011
The Obama administration is seeking to help Mongolia become a vast nuclear waste dump for commercial reactors in Japan, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates, according to a draft nuclear cooperation agreement obtained by Newsmax. The protocol, drafted by Deputy...


Jun 27, 2011
Iran has made dramatic progress in its ballistic missile programs over the past year, unveiling three new missiles it claims are already in production, including an innovative design that could be a game-changer if used against U.S. aircraft carriers, an Israeli expert...


Jun 24, 2011
The Treasury Department on Thursday has put the brakes on Iran Air, over Iran's clandestine nuclear program. The Treasury continued deliberations over whether to issue a commercial license to General Electric to carry out repairs on the airline s aging fleet of Boeing...


Jun 22, 2011
Iran continues to procure large quantities of sophisticated materials for its nuclear and missile programs from China, despite U.N. sanctions. A new report on sanctions violations by a U.N. panel reveals that China attempted to ship a large quantity of aluminum powder used...


Jun 16, 2011
Gary Samore, a top Obama administration national security official, warned of new sanctions if North Korea conducted a third round of nuclear tests on Monday, as reports surfaced that North Korea has miniaturized its nuclear warheads so they can be delivered by ballistic...

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