UAE wishes an end to sanctions on Iran

Shaikh-Khalifa-Bin-Zayed-Al-NahyanThe UAE wishes to get sanctions on Iran to finish if it abides with and helps the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) with its nuclear program.

The statement was announced by his Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan on Tuesday along with the finish of the thirty-first summit of the cooperation council of Arab states in Abu Dhabi.

GCC supports UAE’s sovereignty right

Abu MusaThe GCC again reiterated its unfaltering support on Tuesday to the sovereignty of the UAE regarding its three islands of the Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa which have been illegally occupied by Iran.

President Ahmadinejad’s electoral standing weak

President AhmadinejadTimothy Richardson, the Acting Director of the Iran Regional Presence Office, Department of State said that in the wake of emotions running high after one week of adversarial debates amongst Iran's four presidential candidates, the result of the country's national soccer team's World Cup qualifying match against the UAE may add to the dissatisfaction of the voters with Ahmadinejad with only 2.5 days to the upcoming elections.

Gulf should oppose US attack on Iran: Larijani

Gulf should oppose US attack on Iran: LarijaniIran which has been drawing worldwide criticism for its illicit nuclear program, has urged Gulf region countries that the Arab counties should standby Iran in case USA attacks the country. Iranian parliament speaker Ali Larijani said that Gulf countries should not allow USA to use their bases for attacking Iran.

Iran pulls Saudi Arabia over Yemen issue

Iran pulls Saudi Arabia over Yemen issueSaudi Arabia, under fire from Iran, has denied the charges of its involvement in military strike against the Yemeni Shia fighters better known as Houthi terrorists in Northern Yemen. It should be recalled that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad pulled Saudi Arabia for killing of the civilians in northern Yemen.

Squatting and Cycling may Increase Risk of Knee Arthritis - Research

A new research conducted at the Tehran Medical University in Iran has revealed that frequent cyclists and people who squat for longer periods of time are at an increased risk of developing arthriti