Category Archives: Iran

Ex KDF Soldiers To Be Charged

Monday, 07 April 2014 13:31 Ex KDF Soldiers To Be Charged The trial of 27 Kenya Defence Forces soldiers is expected to start today, Monday at the court martial in Mtongwe naval base, in Mombasa County. The soldiers are facing … Continue reading

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Pentagon Probes Firm On Iran-Rule Violation

Pentagon Probes Firm On Iran-Rule Violation By Jay Solomon and Nathan Hodge 24 December 2013 The Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s criminal investigations arm is probing one of the American military’s largest suppliers in Afghanistan over allegations that … Continue reading

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Logistics Company’s Ops Chief Knew Firm Routed Supplies Through Iran, Emails Show

DefenseNews.com September 27, 2013 Logistics Company’s Ops Chief Knew Firm Routed Supplies Through Iran, Emails Show By Zachary Fryer-Biggs WASHINGTON — A contractor has admitted that it shipped dozens of containers filled with construction supplies through Iran to Afghanistan to … Continue reading

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Pentagon Contractor Used Iran For Project

Wall Street Journal September 26, 2013 Pg. 1 Pentagon Contractor Used Iran For Project Supplier to U.S. Forces in Afghanistan Shipped Through Iran, in Possible Violation of Sanctions By Jay Solomon and Nathan Hodge The company that holds the multibillion-dollar … Continue reading

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Iran: the Nuclear Dog that can’t Bark

Iran: the Nuclear Dog that can’t Bark By David Isenberg Apart from death and taxes, one other thing has also appeared inevitable, at least for the past two decades: Iran will acquire a nuclear weapons capability. Yet, despite all the … Continue reading

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FRANKLYN TARVER, Petitioner, v. SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL, INC., et al., Defendants.

FRANKLYN TARVER, Petitioner, v. SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL, INC., et al., Defendants. CIVIL ACTION NO. 4:11-1040 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS, HOUSTON DIVISION 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 149709 December 30, 2011, Decided December 30, 2011, Filed … Continue reading

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A Test Case on Sanctions? Despite Ongoing Federal Probe, Pentagon Asserts Big Contractor Has No Iranian Ties

A Test Case on Sanctions? Despite Ongoing Federal Probe, Pentagon Asserts Big Contractor Has No Iranian Ties A Whistleblower Alleges Death Threats By ADAM ZAGORIN If there’s one thing most Americans support in foreign policy, it’s sanctions against Iran to … Continue reading

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Thousands of U.S. Civilians in Middle East Vulnerable to Iran Retaliation

Thousands of U.S. Civilians in Middle East Vulnerable to Iran Retaliation Tens of thousands of Americans in the Middle East–not just Israelis–are potentially vulnerable to Iranian retaliation for attacks on its nuclear facilities, a fact underscored by the mysterious emergence … Continue reading

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U.S. Senators Introduce Wartime Contracting Legislation that Could Save Taxpayers Billions

U.S. Senators Introduce Wartime Contracting Legislation that Could Save Taxpayers Billions 09:37 GMT, March 2, 2012 Senators Claire McCaskill (D-MO) and Jim Webb (D-VA) have introduced the Comprehensive Contingency Contracting Reform Act of 2012 (S. 2139), a bill that will … Continue reading

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