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The commander of the naval forces of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps , Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi said Sunday que U.S. military power of Iran understand and respect the Arab country where some sinking American ships . "
Iran (AP) The acting chief of Iran's air force says his pilots will hold a military drill over the strategic Strait of Hormuz, the waterway for one-fifth of the world's oil tanker traffic...Ali Reza Barkhor says the maneuvers are part of annual
The development has stunned authorities here as it was transporting oil from Iraq, a country which has overtaken Iran as the second largest supplier of crude to India after Saudi Arabia. The government-owned ship was detained in international waters
TEHRAN: At around 14:33 (local time) Saturday, an earthquake measuring 5.7 (on the Richter scale) struck Hormozgan Province, in southern Iran, informed Iranian Seismological Center. However, the
Qeshm Island has exported close to $70 million worth of commodities to UAE, Iraq, Russia, and some African nations during current Iranian year (started March 20, 2012), said the head of Qeshm Industries, Mines, and Commerce Department...He said, "We
Iran (AP) An Iranian newspaper says at least 500 Porsche cars have been imported by way of a Persian Gulf island that is also claimed by the United Arab Emirates. Thursday's report by the Javan daily quotes lawmaker Amir Khojasteh as saying it's
More than 40 countries have been invited to participate this year and the three-week exercise will focus on mine counter-measure operations with additional emphasis on maritime infrastructure protection, according to the US Navy's 5 th Fleet.
The naval force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps holds drills to test new equipment, navy's combat-readiness, speed in responding to natural disasters and familiarity with new weapons, Iranian media reports...Related: They were the fifth such
Simultaneously with beginning of IRI Navy's Naval Drill Velayat '91 on Friday some western, or pro-West media began negative propagation against Iran, aimed at misleading world public opinion. The affiliated media to the global oppression that move
A similar app called "Make Me Indian" has also received criticism. "These apps perpetuate hateful and offensive stereotypes that are used to this very day to marginalize and humiliate Asians and Native Americans," wrote Washington pastor Peter Chin