U.S. conflicts with Iran and Europe and the threat of an uncontained coronavirus top a list of threats to the global economy this year.
The Washington Post has turned to publishing fake news about Iran’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, claiming that Iran has dug mass “burial pits” for victims of the disease and was covering the true number of deaths.
Iran says US President Donald Trump must reconsider behavior of occupying American forces in the region instead of leveling groundless accusations against other countries.
Trump killed Soleimani because he could, because he wanted to reassert American military dominance—and because he thinks it can help his chances of reelection.
As the US escalates its hybrid wars, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are suspending accounts and censoring content that conflicts with Washington’s pro-war narrative. The Grayzone spoke to several people silenced in these social media purges.
Press TV says the move is “part of an anti-Iran purge as the West sets its sights on regime change in Iran.”
The devastating attack on Saudi oil facilities by drones and missiles not only transforms the balance of military power in the Middle East, but marks a change in the nature of warfare globally.
Given Pompeo’s regime-change agenda for Iran, Caitlin Johnstone pours cold water over his version of events.
The Trump administration’s claims Iran attacked oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman were quickly debunked, with the ship’s crew saying it “was hit by a flying object.” But the US disrupted important Iranian diplomatic efforts at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
As Tehran unveiled its newest weapon, it also shared rare footage of a secretive underground complex where Iranian missiles are being built.
PressTV’s Marzieh Hashemi, born Melanie Franklin of New Orleans, was detained after arriving in St Louis.
A highly original documentary project reveals how a couple of Beverly Hills billionaires “are willing to risk war in Iran and the Middle East — all in order to boost and protect their lucrative pistachio business.
While no final decision has yet been made, a top US general says he’s involved in “routine dialogue” with President Donald Trump to keep him informed about “military options” for retaliation in case “chemical weapons are used” in Syria.
Tehran has filed a complaint against the US in the International Court of Justice over President Donald Trump’s move to re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic after unilaterally ditching the ‘nuclear deal’.
The U.S. has had its eye on regime change in Iran for awhile, having spent decades meddling in its affairs.