Iran Daily: Ahmadinejad Fuels Rumors of His Comeback

LATEST: Rouhani Praises Vital 2009 Pro-Regime Rally With Iranian politics in a slower period during religious holidays, former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has stepped into the space to fuel rumors of

Syria Daily: Insurgents Claim Victory Against Regime Offensive to Cut Off Aleppo

Syria Daily: Insurgents Claim Victory Against Regime Offensive to Cut Off Aleppo

Insurgents claimed a victory on Monday checking the Syria regime’s effort to cut off the opposition in the divided city of Aleppo. The insurgency said it reclaimed Handarat camp, north

Iran Feature: 3 MPs Tell A Baha’i Woman Why She Can’t Go to University

Members of the Baha’i faith have been faced repression in Iran since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Hundreds have been killed, tortured, and imprisoned. Since 2005, more than 700 Baha’is have


Syria Daily: Assad Hosts Iran’s Speaker of Parliament — But No Word on More Aid from Tehran

LATEST: World Health Organization: Regime Approves Aid to 3 Areas That Were Formerly Off-Limits President Assad hosted Iran’s Speaker of Parliament Ali Larijani on Sunday, but there was no news


Turkey Daily: PM Davutoglu “I Will Cut Off Arms of The Corrupt” (Unless They Are in Erdogan’s Government)

Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has put out a finely-balanced statement on corruption: he has vowed to “cut off the arms” of those who are involved, but said that investigations


Iraq Daily: Can Kurdish Peshmerga Close on Islamic State in Mosul?

Buoyed by the success of Kurdish forces in their six-day offensive, Iraqi Kurdistan President Massoud Barzani has raised the prospect of an offensive against the Islamic State’s occupation of Iraq’s


Iran Daily: Larijani — “We Will Not Forget Those in Conspiracy of Lower Oil Prices”

LATEST: Moderate Ayatollah — “The Islamic Revolution Has Gone Astray” Many of the statements from Iran’s Speaker of Parliament Ali Larijani during his Sunday visit with Syria’s President Assad were

Syria Analysis: Did Regime Kill Assad’s Brother-in-Law and Minister of Defense in July 2012 Bombing?

PHOTO: President Assad’s brother-in-law Assef Shawkat, killed with three other high-level officials in July 2012 bombing On Friday, the Wall Street Journal published a dramatic “exclusive”: On the fourth day


Iraq Daily, Dec 21: Kurds Claim Capture of Sinjar from Islamic State

UPDATE 1800 GMT: Iraqi Kurdistan President Massoud Barzani (pictured) has marked the advance of Kurdish forces with a speech on Mount Sinjar. “Thanks to God we have opened and controlled


Iran Daily, Dec 21: Tehran Tries to Assert Its Influence in the Middle East

UPDATE 2200 GMT: Hosting Iranian Speaker of Parliament Ali Larijani on Sunday, President Assad has declared “Srians’ resolve to eradicate terrorism and extremist thoughts that are menacing the region and


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