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IAEA removes UAE’s fake name for Persian Gulf islands

The map shows the location of the three Iranian islands of the Greater Tunb, the Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa in the Persian Gulf.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has removed a fake name used by the United Arab Emirates for three Iranian islands in the Persian Gulf.

The UN nuclear agency deleted a fake map of three Iranian islands of the Greater Tunb, the Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa published by the UAE that was used on the IAEA’s official website.

On its page on the IAEA Country Nuclear Power Profile (CNPP), the UAE used a fake name for the Persian Gulf and the three Iranian islands of Abu Musa, the Greater Tunb and the Lesser Tunb.

Following the UAE’s move, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran objected to the use of a forged name for the Persian Gulf and also the three Iranian islands.

The three islands have historically been part of Iran, proof of which can be found and corroborated by countless historical, legal, and geographical documents in Iran and other parts of the world.…

Iran inaugurates ME's biggest gold-processing plant

Iran has inaugurated the Middle East’s biggest ever gold-processing plant that will double the country's annual production of gold bullion in the near future.

The Zarshouran plant, located in West Azarbaijan Province in northwest of the country, was inaugurated by First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri in a ceremony on Saturday.

With the completion of the first phase of the plant, Iran is expected to be producing an estimated three tons of pure gold, 1.25 tons of silver and 500 kilograms of mercury in the future.

After undergoing development, the plant will bring the country’s annual production of pure gold to six million tons. The new processing facility will also produce an estimated 2.5 tons of silver and 1.5 tons of mercury a year in the near future.

The plant is fed by a nearby gold mine, situated some 35 kilometers from the city of Takab, and is estimated to hold over 100 tons of gold.


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By Removing Assad, Obama May be Declaring War on China

By Christina Lin

CNN on 12 November reported Obama administration is suddenly focused on removing Assad as the core of its anti-ISIS strategy, once again submitting to Turkey and Arab Gulf states that enabled ISIS to begin with, and are actually contributing very little to the anti-ISIS efforts to be dictating such orders to Washington.

Moreover, these demands are harmful to US security interests—redefining US anti-ISIS mission to one of anti-Assad mission—and thereby potentially drawing in Eurasian powers of China, Russia and Iran into open military conflict against the US.

Presently the Beijing-Moscow-Tehran axis is actually tacitly supporting the US-led coalition, and Assad is allowing US use of its airspace to strike ISIS and other Islamic extremist groups.

Now, Ankara, Riyadh and Doha’s obsession on removing Assad and hoping to replace him with a proxy Islamist regime is throwing a monkey wrench into coalition efforts. With Islamist strongholds spanning from Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, G…