An Iranian man has been arrested in Sweden for alleged participation of executing thousands of political prisoners back in 1988 in Iran, Reuters reported on Wednesday.
Two Iranian agents, who were monitoring a Jewish center as well as members of an Iranian opposition party, were plagued guilty in an US court “for violating US sanctions and acting as undeclared agents of Iran,” The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.
European Union on Tuesday has expressed its concerns over Iran’s nuclear program following an announcement by Tehran saying it would resume uranium enrichment at the Fordow underground plant.
A number of European Parliament members have urged the union to sanction Iran for its constant violations of human rights, The Jerusalem Post reported.
Iran has downplayed the US special operation announced on Sunday October 27, which resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Syria. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described the event as “impressive achievement.”
In a joint statement on Monday, UK, France and Germany backed the United States and counted Iran responsible for this month’s attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson blamed Tehran for attacking Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities earlier this month, cutting its production in half.
According to a report by Global News, tens of millions worth of seized Iranian government properties have been sold in Canada and the money handed to victims of Iran-backed terrorist groups.
According to an exclusive report on Sunday by Reuters citing diplomats, the International Atomic Energy Agency found traces of uranium at a “secret atomic warehouse” based in Tehran, which was previously mentioned by Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.