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Police don’t believe the victim’s political views were connected to his murder.
Amin had attended and organized protests against the Iranian regime, according to media reports.
For every familiar tradition, there will be a change Iranians have no choice but to embrace.
The former prime minister has been a vocal critic of the Iranian regime.
Kevin McCarthy was asked to weigh in on the PM’s remarks to Global News.
The Queen said she and Prince Phillip had been “deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life.”
Flight 752 crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all 176 people on board.
“Iran appears to be standing down, which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a good thing for the world,” Trump said.
Donald Trump calls it a "very big mistake."
Persian New Year ushers in hope in the aftermath of the Christchurch massacre.
John Baird's name also appears in the New York Times ad.
A guide to the 2015 international agreement that Donald Trump has plunged into crisis.
Rescue workers were searching the waters off the east coast of China in a desperate hunt for 32 missing sailors after an
More than 450 demonstrators have been arrested in the capital.
"Smears from regime apologists do not change any facts," she said.
If passed, Bill S-219 would impose restrictive sanctions on Iran and potentially stall the re-establishing of diplomatic relations with the country.
Iran says new missile can carry multiple warheads, has 2,000 km range.
The neoconservative think tank has, despite being a foreign U.S.-based organization, been invited over 10 times to the House of Commons in Canada.
Many regard Iran's regime as ISIS's godfather. The single-minded focus on ISIS by the West facilitated the expansion of Iran's destabilizing efforts in other countries and will continue to do so. The appeasement of Iran's mullahs has paved the ground for terrorist organizations such as ISIS and al Qaeda.
When Prime Minister Trudeau stated in 2015 that "Canada is back," many observers were hopeful that this would mean a Canadian foreign policy in which Canada took its historic place as an honest mediator. The hope was that Canada would help usher in an age of diplomatic solutions and peace: reducing conflict and standing up to tides of war.