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Both McCain, Obama exaggerating Iran’s Nuclear Program

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McClatchy reports on the dishonest rhetoric from both sides of the aisle, regarding Iran’s program. No evidence of an Iranian nuclear weapons program has been found by the IAEA or US intelligence, regardless, US lawmakers—like presidential contenders Obama and McCain—continue to reiterate the baseless accusation. Jonathan S. Landay | McClatchy Newspapers last updated: June 02, […]

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Carter: Israel Has 150 or More Nukes

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Source: the Real News Former US President Jimmy Carter has again come under fire in the US mainstream media, since publicly saying that Israel has 150 or more nuclear weapons in its arsenal. Details about Israel’s nuclear weapons programme started emerging in 1986. International nuclear experts now believe that Israel maintains a cache of between […]

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IAEA: US Obstructing Probe Into Iran

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Source: PressTV  UN nuclear watchdog chief Mohamed ElBaradei says Washington has hampered the agency’s investigations by denying Iran access to vital intelligence. In his opening address to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s 35-member Board of Governors on Monday, the IAEA chief expressed regret that the agency ‘had not made the progress it had hoped for’. […]

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Iran Looks Eastward for Gas Markets

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According to Peter Kierman, Iran is looking toward Asian energy-consuming nations after several European firms decided to pull out of lucrative deals with Iran. Earlier this month, Royal Dutch Shell and Spain’s Repsol pulled out of a proposed Iranian natural gas development project that was estimated to be worth over $10 billion. The decision by […]

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AIPAC Conference and Iran

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Jim Jobe reports on the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) annual three-day policy conference which, is describe by AIPAC’s press announcement as “consistently ranked as the most influential foreign policy lobbying organization on Capitol Hill.”  Read excerpts from Lobe’s article regarding Iran below:  You can expect a strong focus on Iran and a very hawkish […]

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