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Nisman murdered – re-opens Iranian responsibility

A few media outlets have picked up on the investigative report submitted to a federal court in Argentina concluding that Alberto Nisman was murdered. Forensic evidence and a thorough investigation of the crime scene led the investigators to the homicide

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

Is Iran’s ‘Sheikh of Terror’ Still At It?

It’s been over two weeks since Argentine state prosecutor Alberto Nisman, best known for his role in the probe of the deadly 1994 AMIA bombings, was found dead in a pool of blood in his apartment after accusing Argentine President

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage, Other News

AMIA Bombing Claims 86th Victim, Iran Stands To Benefit

More than two decades after the AMIA bombing in 1994, killing 85 people and wounding hundreds more, twin bombs – metaphorical this time – rocked Argentina this week, creating surprising twists in this already impossibly convoluted investigation. First came the

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Posted in Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Internal Issues, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage, Other News

INTERPOL to Absolve Iran of AMIA Bombing?

The media has long forgotten the AMIA issue, but we don’t intend to let go anytime soon. Certainly not until Tehran owns up to its responsibility in the killing of 85 civilians. So what’s new? Well, Argentina long ago moved to begging

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Human Rights, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Khamenei, Media Coverage, Other News

Tehran’s AMIA Success

We admit it: we’ve been negligent. Like the media we follow, this blog got too caught up in nuclear talks at the expense of other Iran-related issues. Time to correct that, with an update on media coverage of the AMIA

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

Iran Still in Latin America

This blog has made a consistent effort to keep readers abreast of reportage concerning Iran-Argentina relations. While the AMIA issue is critical, of course, Tehran’s designs throughout Latin America should remain front and center. Rouhani’s election has not changed that.

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Iranian elections, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

Argentina, Again

More than a month’s passed since our last post on media coverage of Iran in Argentina. Time for an update. Guess the most recent development to address was this week’s Congressional hearing on “Iran’s Extending Influence in the Western Hemisphere.”

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Posted in Iranian elections, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics
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