This week, a plot was exposed. The victims were the broadcasters of Iran, and their European listeners, cut off by what some said was a governmental organization. That was a lie, one of so many.
European satellite provider Eutelsat SA has stopped the broadcast of several Iranian satellite channels on the order of the European Commission.
Contradictory remarks by the European Union and two satellite providers regarding the ban on the transmission of Iranian channels have exposed EU’s duplicitous approach toward Iran.
Following the European satellite provider Eutelsat SA’s illegal move to stop the broadcast of several Iranian satellite channels, Press TV launches an online petition to save Iran’s English-language broadcaster across Europe.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman has warned that the new EU sanctions against the Islamic Republic will destabilize the already-worsening European economy further.
Greek protesters, including lawyers, notaries, and doctors across the debt-stricken country, have launched two-day-long protest against harsh austerity cuts imposed by the government.
Britain’s largest unions body the Trades Unions Congress (TUC) representing 6.2 million working people warns that young black men are bearing the burden of the country’s unemployment crisis, with more than a quarter now being out of work.
After the Europeans satellite provider Eutelsat SA yanked Press TV off the air in a flagrant violation of freedom of speech, Iran’s English-language broadcaster has offered its viewers alterative means of watching its programs. As a result, Press TV will be still accessible in Europe through the following links:
Iran is a controversial nation to some. To others, be they the 120 nations of the Non-Aligned Movement or nations that believe Iran is targeted for its failure to bow to the will of a very real worldwide conspiracy, Iran is an ancient empire that has reached for greatness under the most difficult of circumstances.
Global oil prices have soared in the Asian markets after the European Union (EU) imposed a new round of sanctions against Iran over its nuclear energy program.
Press TV viewers have condemned as illegal and hypocritical the ban imposed by the European officials on the broadcast of several Iranian satellite channels, saying that the move throws into question the West’s freedom of speech claims.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei strongly rejected the West s claims that the growing pressures on Iran is for Tehran s refusal to return to the negotiation table, describing the allegations as smear campaign.
Gholamreza Togeh, head of Iran Blood Transfusion Organization, says based on the World Health Organization (WHO) announcement, Iran is among the world’s five top states in terms of high quality and safe blood products.
British civil rights group Amnesty International is warning that the government’s secret courts plan that allows prosecutions without a clear charge or evidence creates a dark justice system “straight from the pages of a Kafka novel.”
Thousands of Muslims have held a demonstration outside Google headquarters in London to protest YouTube’s refusal to remove a “hateful and offensive" US film against Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
British Business Secretary Vince Cable says the collapse of the European single currency has the potential to plunge the continent into war.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has called on Turkey to show restraint with regards to its recent conflict with Syria.
A senior Iranian military commander said that the country s newly unveiled Haazem (Determination) drones are multi-purpose and multi-range vehicles with air-defense, reconnaissance and aerial bombardment capabilities.
Syria has decided to prohibit Turkish passenger planes from flying over its territory in retaliation against Ankara’s decision to ban Syrian flights from Turkish airspace.
Damage from the British government’s massive austerity cuts to the country’s economy by 2015 will be £76 billion more than previously estimated, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) figures show.
Recent figures show the buying power of German elderly people has dropped as Europe s largest economy seeks to lower national pension contributions in a pension reform plan.
Amid the European Union provisional approval of new embargoes against Iran over its nuclear energy program, the Swedish government is trying to prevent the bloc from imposing further sanctions fearing loss of lucrative deals.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast on Sunday stressed that Iran’s stance on its absolute nuclear rights is irrevocable.
An international lawyer has lashed out at the Nobel Committee for granting its 2012 Peace Prize to the European Union, despite the fact that the bloc is in cahoots with the NATO in the latter s global warmongering policies.
An Iranian lawmaker says Iran’s Armed Forces will give a crushing response to any possible aggression against the country’s territory.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has expressed confidence that the Iranian nation will overcome the plots of the enemies through perseverance and unity.
A US think tank described the statistical figures presented by the US administration on the rate of inflation in the US as unbelievable and unreal.
British Muslims are the most convicted and aggressively monitored citizens from among others being pursued by police and MI5 forces in the UK, says a residing Press TV reporter in London.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad dismissed the allegations by Ankara that Damascus supports the Kurdistan Workers Party or PKK, adding that such allegations are aimed at justifying Turkey s support for terrorists inside Syria.
More than 24 hours after it reached its final destination in Damascus, Turkey has yet to provide substantial justification for why it forced a civilian airliner to dramatically land in Ankara under coercion of F16 fighter jets.
Thousands of Iranians in the capital, Tehran, have condemned the anti-Islam sacrilegious movie and cartoons that insult Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Press TV reports.
Recent surveys show that global economy, hit hard by the European recession and slowing growth in the United States, will maintain its sluggish rate of improvement despite domestic headwinds in some countries.
Syria has accused Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of "lying" in claiming that a Syria-bound passenger aircraft intercepted by Turkey was carrying arms to Damascus.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has postponed a scheduled visit to Turkey amid Moscow’s anger at Ankara over the forced landing of a Syria-bound plane carrying Russian nationals.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blasted the current world order, and said the global security order should protect all nations stability and secure their progress.
British and Zionist health experts are working on a SARS-like race-specific bio-weapon, which could be capable of creating a global threat through triggering a massive ethnic cleansing, it has been claimed.
In the latest attempt to break Israeli blockade of Gaza, 17 activists from around the world will attempt to reach the territory, carrying humanitarian supplies.
Tens of thousands of people marched in 56 Spanish cities Sunday to protest punishing austerity cuts they say will only increase unemployment and job insecurity in a country experiencing its second recession in three years and record high unemployment.
Iran s Deputy Chief Negotiator Ali Baqeri said Tehran is waiting for the world powers response to its proposal which was presented in the Moscow talks in June, adding that the response would pave the way for future talks between the two sides.
Oil prices have hit a two-month high over a series of developments including the fear of shortage in global supplies amid the possibility of further illegal sanctions against Iran’s energy sector.
Thousands of Pakistani women have staged a demonstration to condemn a blasphemous movie produced in the United States and a French magazine’s publication of cartoons that insult Islam and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Press TV reports.
British anti-war campaigners, the Stop the War Coalition, have organized two protest rallies for next week against the war in Afghanistan and the threats on Iran and Syria.
The mob of more than two Thousand people gathered in Sardarbaug to protest against the film, reached the Juma Masjid, which is a few kilometres away from Sardarbaug and met Mufti Shabbir Alam Siddiqi who advised them against taking out the rally, pti reported quoting Joint Commissioner of Police Ajay Tomar as said.
A pro-Palestine Canadian activist says a boat under construction in the Gaza Strip will set sail out of the besieged territory next year, breaking the Israeli blockade.
Furious auto workers in France have stormed the Paris Motor Show to protest against the wave of industrial layoffs and the government’s failure to address the economic downturn, Press TV reports.
The Church Council of Armenians of Isfahan and Southern Iran has condemned the indecent act of agents of the hegemonic powers in releasing a movie insulting the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and called for their punishment.
German Nobel laureate Gunter Grass, who earlier in the year called Israel a threat to world peace, is set to further anger the Tel Aviv regime with new poetry referring to Israeli nuclear whistleblower, Mordechai Vanunu as "hero of our time."
London is allowing British security giant G4S help the Israeli regime in its violation of the Geneva Conventions on the rights of the victims of war despite the government’s obligation to protect those rights.