It isn’t easy to hide the lush proceeds of cross-continental drug dealing.
Brigadier General Ahmed Foruzandeh ran Iran’s infamous Quds Force war in Iraq that helped make Qassem Soleimani a household name.
A bombshell report says Hunter Biden’s old employers were hacked by the same Russian intelligence unit that crashed the 2016 election. But does the report hold up?
It boggles the mind to think Iranian forces could confuse a large plane with an incoming missile. But experts say there may be many factors behind the fateful moment.
It’s one of a number of bogus accounts that spread fake news about enemies of the Iranian regime.
Iran has spent decades developing plans and forces to prepare for contingencies like Qassem Soleimani’s assassination. But just how crafty might Tehran’s retaliation be?