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May 10, 2019
US-Iran military dispute easy to initiate, but difficult to control; conflict will push West Asia into chaos, create global energy crisisThe only thing predictable in a possible US-Iran military confrontation is the effect it would have on the rest of the world as the conflict could send national economies into a tizzy
Apr 09, 2019
India delays May order for Iran crude oil, awaits clarity on sanctions waiver against OPEC-memberBrian Hook, the special US envoy for Iran, in March said Washington is pursuing its plan to bring Iranian crude exports to zero.
Jan 05, 2018
US imposes sanctions on five Iranian companies, alleges they are working for Tehran's missile programmeThe United States imposed sanctions Thursday on five Iranian companies it alleges are working on part of the Islamic republic's illegal ballistic missile program.
Oct 21, 2017
India should make its own decisions on relationship with Iran, says top US officialIndia should make its own decisions on the relationship with Iran based on its interests, a top US official has said
Sep 15, 2017
Swiss defence ministry foils cyber attack attempt by malware seen in other global hacksThe government declined to give information about the origin of the attack or say if any damage including data theft had occurred
Sep 12, 2013
Was MV Desh Shanti a case of a failed attempt by Iran at hostage taking?Even as President Hassan Rouhani was still to firmly come to grips with the levers of authority and was yet to even appoint his Cabinet, a “rogue” operation was initiated independently by the IRGC to try and trade the Indian ship for the detained Iranian ship “Dianthe”, which is owned by a company (IRISL) that the IRGC controls.