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Iranian Journalists and Activists Both Fighting Tehran’s Attacks

On Monday, a report in the Washington Post detailed the public measures that are being undertaken by the British Broadcasting Corporation to address the harassment faced by its journalists in Iran. The BBC Persian Service has been banned in Iran since the aftermath of the 2009 Green Movement protests, but the company estimates that its broadcasts still reach 18 million people, mostly Iranians who use illegal satellite hookups to access foreign and independent media in the heavily censored Islamic Republic.

Eu Letter Demonstrates Increased International Pressure on Iran’s Regional Activities

By INU Staff

INU - On Monday, the European Union’s lead foreign policy official Federica Mogherini wrote a letter to the foreign ministers of Iran, Russia, and Turkey urging them to see through the process of establishing a 30-day ceasefire in the Syrian Civil War. The letter was also delivered to all 28 foreign ministers in the European Union, as well as to United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres. It declared that the EU would “continue to play its part fully and to mobilize all political and humanitarian tools at its disposal,” according to Reuters.

Iran Is Playing the Us and Russia off Against Each Other

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian Regime is attempting to pit Russia and the US against each other in order to divert global attention away from the threat posed by the Iranian Regime, particularly its regional aggression and expansionism, according to a leading Iran expert.

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