The Duran – News in Review – Episode 66.
The Europeans seem to be all talk and no show
Iran appears to have extended an olive branch to Saudi Arabia and its allies over the issue of Palestine.
The four powers are looking to leverage their positions in Eurasia's powerful new position in world trade
The leaders of Russia, Iran and Turkey are now the primary divers in shaping a post-conflict peace settlement for Syria.
Russia’s gargantuan $30 bn energy deal with Iran accomplished four objectives that are central to the grand strategic goals behind Moscow’s “Ummah Pivot”
(bne intellinews) – Russian President Vladimir Putin affirmed his strong support for the multilateral nuclear deal with Iran during his one-day trip to Tehran on November...
Iran and Russia continue to expand bilateral relations.
Russia and Iran will discuss nuclear cooperation and breaking the monopoly of the US dollar, among other issues
Iran are becoming a deterrent to the rogues states operating in the Middle East.
Turkey and Iran were growing closer to one another even before the Israel backed Kurdish secessionist referendum in Iraq. However, the referendum has only helped to...
The speech was concise and at times deeply poetic.
Russia and Iran were set to increase cooperation in important sectors in any case. The sanctions are merely a galvanising force behind a pre-existing partnership.
A phone call between Iran's President and Qatar's Emir is Tehran's strongest public showing of support for Doha since the Saudi led boycott of Qatar started.
Russian President Putin uses call congratulating Iranian President Rouhani on his re-election to re-emphasise importance of Iran's bilateral ties with Russia.
Russia welcomes re-election of a leader whose stability and consistency it trusts as it forges ever closer relations with Iran.
Iranian voters chose a reliable, moderate candidate who has proved himself to be a stalwart opponent of Saudi and Israeli aggression.
Western mainstream media has totally Iran's democratic process.
Ahmadinejad is considered more of a hardliner than incumbent President Rouhani.
The story says that Russia and Iran threatened to attack US forces if a 'red line' was crossed. This is an outright lie.
Both leaders pledged their commitment to aid Syria in the fight against terrorism and to work together to stabilise the volatile region.
Iran has pledged to stand by Syria but did not threaten any retaliatory action against the United States.
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