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Voltairenet.org is in danger

    Voltairenet.org is in danger

Dear friends, We are currently going weathering a serious financial crisis which might force us to close the site before the end of August. We have not called on you for eight years. We are asking for your financial support, even though we know that the period is not particularly convenient for this sort of…

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Veteran US police officer suggests Ocasio-Cortez should be shot

    Veteran US police officer suggests Ocasio-Cortez should be shot

A veteran Louisiana police officer suggests that outspoken congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has been the target of racial abuse by President Donald Trump too, has to be shot. The officer, Charlie Rispoli, who has been enlisted by the police department in Gretna, Louisiana for 14 years, had referred to the Democratic representative from of New York…

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Russia says Iran’s tanker seizure arguments more convincing than UK’s

    Russia says Iran’s tanker seizure arguments more convincing than UK’s

Russia says Iran's arguments for its recent seizure of a UK-flagged oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz were more convincing than those of London. “Arguments cited by the Iranian side to explain its actions are much more convincing than vague references to the European Union’s sanction law that were used by the Gibraltar authorities…

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Puerto Rico governor says he will not seek re-election

    Puerto Rico governor says he will not seek re-election

Puerto Rico's governor said on Sunday (July 21) he would not seek re-election next year and would step down as head of his party following nine days of sometimes violent protests demanding his resignation over vulgar chat messages. A day before a planned general strike and more demonstrations in the US island territory, Ricardo Rossello said…

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US to launch surveillance-intelligence initiative in Persian Gulf: Official

  US to launch surveillance-intelligence initiative in Persian Gulf: Official

The United States is preparing to develop a new surveillance and intelligence initiative with its allies to ensure what it calls “free and open passage” for ships in the Persian Gulf amid increased tensions in the region, according to a top US military official. This comes a day after Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC)…

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Twitter suspends accounts of Iranian media outlets

  Twitter suspends accounts of Iranian media outlets

Twitter has confirmed that it has suspended the Persian-language accounts of three Iranian news agencies. The American online microblogging and social networking service blocked access to the accounts of the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), the Young Journalists Club (YJC), and Mehr news agency, on Friday. “Account suspended. Twitter suspends accounts which violate the Twitter…

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New US military suicide report may revive debate to limit access to firearms

  New US military suicide report may revive debate to limit access to firearms

A newly released report by the US Defense Department on military suicides among active-duty service members in 2017 reveals that two-thirds of such acts involved the use of firearms, reviving debate on the need to limit soldiers’ access to guns in a bid to reduce the high rate of suicides among US troops. According to…

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A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Trump’s Middle East Policy Could Push Yemen’s Houthis into Iran’s Hands

  A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Trump’s Middle East Policy Could Push Yemen’s Houthis into Iran’s Hands

SANA’A, YEMEN — Leaders of Yemen’s Houthi (Ansar Allah) movement traded barbs with U.S. President Donald Trump this week after the president made remarks renewing his support for the Saudi-led coalition war and expressed a desire for Iran to “get out of Yemen.”  On Tuesday, the U.S. president said during a White House cabinet meeting…

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King Salman OK’s deployment of 500 US troops in Saudi Arabia

  King Salman OK’s deployment of 500 US troops in Saudi Arabia

Saudi King Salman has approved hosting of hundreds of US troops in the kingdom amid rising tensions in the region between the United States and Iran. According to the kingdom’s defense ministry, King Salman has given his approval “based on mutual cooperation between Saudi Arabia and the United States of America” and Washington’s “desire to…

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Maryam Eslami-Zohreh Etezad Saltaneh

  Maryam Eslami-Zohreh Etezad Saltaneh

Maryam Eslami-Zohreh Etezad Saltaneh

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