After the sudden announcement of US withdrew by President Trump earlier this week and giving green-light to Turkey to enter Syria and attack the Kurds, Iran has also joined the game with a surprise military manure near Turkish border on Wednesday.
Hezbollah has been forced to make severe cutbacks to its spending. The Lebanese Shi'a militia has received more than $700 million a year, 70% of its revenue, from the Khomeiniist regime in the past.
An Iranian traveling agency in Esfahan prevented stockholders from reporting a large embezzlement case conducted by the management committee, one of the shareholder informed Avatoday on Sunday.
A tracking of Avatoday’s network users via Alexa showed that the website became the world’s number 155,000, making it one of the most visited websites even a head of the Persian-language popular website of BBC Persian.
Members of an Iranian Arab opposition group told Avatoday on Tuesday that they have been stopped in Poland’s airport, being warned of Iran’s possible terror plan against their agents and denied entrance for their own sake.
Brett McGurk, former US president envoy for the Global Coalition in fight against ISIS accused Turkey of supporting extremist groups in Syria in a televised interview with CNN on Wednesday January 23.