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Saturday, 02 January 2016 10:39

US Congress’ off-point Iran-bashing

Ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar noted that the U.S. Congress, still in thrall to Israeli leaders and the neocons, cited ISIS terrorism as an excuse to clamp down on travel to Iran even though Iran has nothing to do with ISIS or other terrorist groups, unlike Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf states that were left off the list.

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Senior US lawmakers, including supporters of the nuclear agreement with Iran, have chastised the Obama administration for delaying new sanctions against Tehran over its ballistic missile program, according to a report.

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Aviation industrialists are speculating that the removal of sanctions against Iran will put pressure on major Middle East carriers, creating new competition for those who have built a business on connecting regional and international traffic.

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A number of Iranian lawmakers are slated to visit the country’s nuclear facilities in Arak and Fordo next week, a member of Majlis’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission said.

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Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani announced that the country will gain access to modern nuclear technology to upgrade its centrifuges.

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Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister, Majid Takht Ravanchi, declared early January as the date for the implementation of the nuclear agreement between Tehran and the 5+1Group.

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Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant will be reconnected to the national grid next week after a three-month outage, an energy official said.

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Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian referred to the nuclear deal recently finalized by Tehran and world powers as an opportunity for enhanced cooperation between Iran and its neighbors.

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The governing board of the International Atomic Energy Agency has overwhelmingly voted in favor of a draft resolution which brings an end to a 12-year investigation into the past and present outstanding issues regarding Iran’s nuclear program.

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) once again reaffirms the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program, saying the body has no “credible indications” of a diversion of nuclear material toward non-civilian purposes.

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