Today Iran’s events at a glance

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Does Europe have any intention or motivation at all to salvage the nuclear deal & save the mullahs’ economy from utter destruction?

June 12 – Ahvaz, SW Employees of the National Steel Group marched in Kianpars Avenue & gathered outside the governor’s office chanting: “Release detained workers.”

‘ian regime reacts to Mohammad Bagher Nobakht, cabinet spokesman: “I don’t know who the North Korean leader is talking with. This person does not represent the American people. We hope the Americans will think of something for him!”

Khamenei Fires Air Force Chief over Israeli F-35 Deep Penetration of Iran’s Sky

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei fired Iranian air force commander Brigadier General Farzad Ismaili, who had been in office since 2010, because the latter had hid from him the fact that Israeli F-35 planes had penetrated Iran’s sky, the Kuwaiti daily Al Jarida reported on Saturday.

Khamenei fired the commander of Iran’s air defense system on May 29, replacing him with his deputy, General Alireza Sabahi-Fard.

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Indian Oil Major Starts Cutting Oil Imports from Iran

One of the biggest Iranian oil customers among India’s refiners, Nayara Energy—formerly known as Essar Oil—started scaling back oil purchases from Iran this month, Reuters reported on Monday, citing sources familiar with the issue.Nayara Energy has just re-branded after a consortium of investors, including Russia’s largest oil producer Rosneft, oil trader Trafigura, and UCP investment group, finalized a deal to take over Essar Oil in the summer of 2017.

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 Rafsanjani daughter: Iran’s policies will force regime change

The daughter of Iran’s former president, Hashemi Rafsanjani, has criticized Tehran’s foreign policies saying they will lead to the overthrow of the regime.

Faezeh Hashemi said : The regime is giving wrong reasons to the Iranian people in order to distort the public opinion about what has happened and what is happening now, since the current problems facing Iran are not the result of the Iranian nuclear agreement, but because of Tehran’s foreign policies including in Syria and Yemen.

She added: “Ironically, when we intervene in a country, we spend a lot of money there, and distort our credibility in the world, but when it comes to benefits, we are expelled from these countries including Syria and Iraq,” adding that these policies have proven to be counterproductive and harmful.

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