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U.S. Blamed for Afghan People’s Suffering and Pain 11 Sep 2021

U.S. Blamed for Afghan People’s Suffering and Pain

Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian says the United States is responsible for the suffering and pain of the Afghan people, calling for an inclusive government to be established in the country.

Most Americans say U.S. wars “not worth fighting” 09 Sep 2021

Most Americans say U.S. wars “not worth fighting”

 A substantial majority of Americans believe that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were “not worth fighting”, that’s according to an AP-NORC poll that has released the results of its survey. 

U.S., the True Blood Shedder 08 Sep 2021
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

U.S., the True Blood Shedder

The US. Administrations through the history of this country have claimed that they are genuine supporters of human rights and nations and under this claim, better to say this pretext, they have dispatched their troops for protecting the nations but they have actually shed the blood of nations to dominate them.

Iran will return to Vienna talks 07 Sep 2021

Iran will return to Vienna talks

In the past days, several Iranian officials have indicated that Tehran welcomes negotiations in principle, but opposes negotiation with pressure. This clearly shows that Iran is more than ready to have fruitful talks with any country, but is the other side willing too?

Iran ready to build power plants in Lebanon 04 Sep 2021

Iran ready to build power plants in Lebanon

The Iranian ambassador to Beirut says Tehran is ready to build power plants in Lebanon.

UK “intelligence failure” on Afghanistan 04 Sep 2021

UK “intelligence failure” on Afghanistan

A leaked UK Foreign Office report seen by British media warned government ministers on July 22 that the withdrawal of U.S.-led foreign forces from Afghanistan would lead to "rapid Taliban advances".

Chaotic, bloody exit marks end of U.S. longest war 01 Sep 2021

Chaotic, bloody exit marks end of U.S. longest war

The last United States forces left Afghanistan late on Monday, ending a 20-year occupation that began shortly after Al Qaeda’s attacks on 9/11, cost over $2 trillion, took more than 170,000 lives and ultimately failed to defeat the Taliban who allowed Al Qaeda to operate there, the New York Times reported.

U.S. Afghan Exit: “May history never forget this cowardice” 01 Sep 2021

U.S. Afghan Exit: “May history never forget this cowardice”

The United States has completed its hasty military withdrawal from Afghanistan after the last of its planes took off from Kabul airport, marking a historic day in the country’s history.

Escape From Quagmire 30 Aug 2021
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

Escape From Quagmire

Recent developments in the region and nationn’ awareness and awakening have forced the Western countries to leave the region one after the other one in order to avoid more cost and casualties.

Biden tells Israel, U.S. has options if Iran diplomacy fails 29 Aug 2021

Biden tells Israel, U.S. has options if Iran diplomacy fails

During a meeting at the White House, U.S. President, Joe Biden, has told Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, that he was considering "diplomacy first" to try and address Iran's nuclear program. However, Biden added if negotiations fail he would be prepared to turn to other “unspecified” options.