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Iran: Continues Provocations with Satellite Launch Mission

By Pooya Stone

The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said earlier this week that Iran is proving that it is an untrustworthy member of the international community following its attempt to put a satellite into orbit.

Iran had conducted a satellite launch even though the United States urged it not to. A rocket containing the Payam satellite did not gather enough speed in order to succeed in its mission according to the country’s Telecommunications Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi.

EU Imposes 1st Sanctions on Iran Since Nuclear Deal

Iran Focus

London, 10 Jan - In response to Iran’s terrorist activity over the past year in Europe, the European Union has decided to impose its first sanctions against Iran since the 2015 nuclear deal.

Both France and Denmark foiled two plots to kill dissidents on European soil last year, and on Tuesday, the Netherlands attributed the murders of two Iranian dissidents to the Iranian government.

Iran Will Enrich Uranium to 20 per Cent

Iran Focus

London, 14 Jan - Iranian nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi said on Sunday that Iran has launched “preliminary activities for designing” uranium fuel that has a purity of 20 per cent, a move that would fly in the face of the 2015 nuclear deal.

In remarks carried by state television, Salehi said: “Preliminary activities for designing modern 20 per cent [enriched uranium] fuel have begun.”

Iran’s nuclear programme

Iran Focus

London, 7 Dec - Iran’s nuclear program has cost more than $500 billion since 2006, according to the Arab Strategy Forum in Dubai.

In a new report, entitled ‘The Economic Costs and Consequences of Iran’s Nuclear Program’, the Forum said that international economic sanctions have cost Iran over $500 billion to date, while some $50 billion more has been spent to develop and operate infrastructure and facilities for the program.

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