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Iranian Embassy SAS hero who is now homeless says terrorist in 1980 siege 'should still be in prison' and NOT in a council house
Bob Curry, 64, (left) who stormed the Iranian Embassy during the 1980 siege is now homeless, while Fowzi Nejad, 61, (right) the only terrorist to survive, lives on benefits in a council house.
Iranian Embassy hero forced to live in hostels with addicts and offenders: Shameful treatment of SAS men who have to sell their medals and live in B&Bs while terrorists get council houses
Iranian Embassy hero Bob Curry, 64, was forced to live in a hostel with addicts after Herefordshire Council failed to provide accommodation, but the terrorist jailed for the siege enjoys a 'playboy' lifestyle.
Shameful treatment of the Iranian Embassy heroes: Terrorist is paid British benefits and gets a council house - while SAS soldiers are forced to sell their medals and live in a B&B
Fowzi Nejad (pictured), 61, the only terrorist to survive the siege in 1980, cannot be sent back to Iran because of human rights laws so instead lives in Peckham, south London.
German police carry out raids on suspected Iranian special forces assassins 'plotting attacks on Israelis'
Hit teams from the Iranian secret intelligence services were targeted across Germany from Berlin to Bavaria as part of an effort by the authorities to eradicate a suspected spying ring (file image)
'No hope' of saving 32 crew members on board Iranian oil tanker as vessel sinks after collision off China leaving huge slick of burning oil
The collision and disaster of the Sanchi, which carried 30 Iranians and two Bangladeshis, had transfixed an Iran still reeling from days of protests and unrest that swept the country.
'This is a last chance!' Trump waives nuclear sanctions on Iran one more time - but brings the hammer down on Tehran's top judge for cruel and inhumane treatment of dissidents
President Trump has decided to honor the terms of the Iran nuclear deal - for now - as he negotiates with Congress and partners in Europe to strengthen the international accord.
Iranian sex offender jailed for abusing two boys is STILL in the UK 13 years after he was ordered to be deported
Iranian national Amir Beroghani, 61, is still living in Scotland, according to social media, despite the Government's attempts to send him back to his home country since he arrived in UK in 2005.
Boris issues a fresh plea for the release of British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe after her hopes to be freed by the New Year were dashed
Boris Johnson will use a major summit on the Iran nuclear deal in Brussels to renew his efforts to see Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 39, reunited with her husband Richard and young daughter Gabriella.
Trump will NOT blow up Obama's nuclear deal with Iran this week despite repeatedly attacking it as 'the worst deal ever'
Trump is expected this week to extend relief from economic sanctions to Iran, citing progress in amending U.S. legislation that governs Washington's participation in the nuclear deal.
Trump faces major decision to kill U.S. involvement in the Iran nuclear deal once and for all this week after Tehran's security forces crack down on anti-government protests
Trump allowed the deal to remain in place while Congress considered legislation to strengthen the 2015 agreement. By Friday, Trump must decide to approve an extension or scrap the deal.
Are the Rich Kids of Tehran to blame for Iran’s riots? Millennials flash their incredible wealth and praise Tehran's regime while ordinary folk are hit by country's economic collapse
'Rich Kids of Tehran' Instagram is a seemingly neverending parade of cars, cash, designer clothing and pouting millennials that has been causing controversy for several years.
Iran bans teaching English in primary schools as Islamic leaders warn it opens the way to a Western 'cultural invasion’
The teaching of English usually starts between the ages of 12 to 14 but some primary schools below that age also hold language classes.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard said on Sunday the nation and its security forces have ended the wave of unrest linked to anti-government protests that erupted last month, killing 21.
Former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is ‘arrested for inciting unrest against the government'
The former president of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was apprehended during a visit to the western city of Busehehr on December 28, it was reported.
Crew of oil tanker carrying 135,000 tonnes of fuel from Iran missing after it burst into flames off coast of East China after crashing with a cargo ship
The tanker, carrying 136,000 tonnes of oil from Iran, caught fire following the collision on Saturday night and is spilling its load into the sea off the East China coast.
Russia berates the US for calling UN Security Council meeting over protests in Iran that have left at least 21 dead
Russia's envoy Vassily Nebenzia said involving the Council was wrong because what was happening in Iran was an 'internal affair' which undermined the reputation of the U.N.'s top body.
Iranian army chief offers to send in troops to deal with protesters, as 1,000 are arrested and regime blames unrest on Trump's 'absurd' tweets
Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi ramped up the tension by insisting Iranian troops were primed to 'nip it in the bud', talking about the unrest and referred to the United States as 'Great Satan'.
Trump resolves to keep tweeting in 2018 as he goes after Iran and Pakistan in early morning New Year swipes, then hits the golf course
President Donald Trump began his first morning of the New Year engaging in one of his preferred activities of the just-passed 2017: firing off online shots about two global trouble spots.
Pressure grows on Jeremy Corbyn to speak out against the Iranian regime following protests that have killed at least 21 people
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, pictured appearing on Iranian state TV, has come under pressure to speak out against the regime after he has remained silent on the current protests.
Iran-backed terror cell ‘made up of Palestinians is busted in Israel after planning suicide bombings’
Israel said on Wednesday it had cracked the militant cell suspected of having been recruited and handled by Iranian intelligence officers who worked out of South Africa.
French President Emmanuel Macron accuses Trump of putting America on a 'path to war' with Iran with his inflammatory comments
Donald Trump's comments about the protests in Iran are in danger of putting America on a path to war with the Islamic Republic, French President Emmanuel Macron has said.
Iran's feared Revolutionary Guards declare an end to 'sedition' after dispatching forces to three provinces to snuff out anti-regime unrest which has led to 21 deaths and hundreds of arrests
Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said forces had been sent to Isfahan, Lorestan and Hamadan provinces to snuff out protests as pro-regime marches took place around Iran.
Trump says he has 'such respect' for the people of Iran and promises protesters 'great support from the United States at the appropriate time'
The U.S. president made the overture in a Wednesday morning tweet that came after days of unrest in Tehran. Yesterday, Trump reminded Iranian officials the 'the U.S. is watching'
Trump ready to impose sanctions on Iran's Revolutionary Guard as state crackdown on protesters intensifies
President Donald Trump is rooting for anti-government protesters despite the risk of helping Iranian authorities dismiss the demonstrations as the product of American instigation.
Trump praises protesters for challenging Iran's 'brutal and corrupt' regime after official warns demonstrators face the DEATH PENALTY as nine die overnight and 450 have been arrested
After days of unrest that have seen 21 people killed and more than 450 arrested, the US President said Iranians were 'finally acting'.
One woman's picture of defiance that could spark a revolution against Iran's mullahs: MARK ALMOND reports on the remarkable images of a young Iranian pulling off her niqab in public
In most places a young woman waving a flag to the crowd would be a slice of New Year fun but she was defying Iran's Islamic dress code, summing up the culture clash taking place in the country.
Tear down this firewall: Trump White House tells Iran to unblock social media including Instagram amid anti-regime protests
The Trump administration is calling on Iran's government to stop blocking Instagram and other popular social media sites as Iranians are demonstrating in the streets.
Iran blocks social media sites in an attempt to stop unrest from spreading as Google faces calls to lift restrictions on the country so millions of protesters can 'connect and organise'
Iranian authorities have blocked access to Instagram and the Telegram messaging app as part of a clamp down on its citizens' internet communications.
Revealed: The exiled Iranian journalist who used anonymous messaging app Telegram to stir up protests before it was shut down by the regime
Roohollah Zam, an exiled Iranian journalist who once served in the government, has been using channels on anonymous messaging app Telegram to organise protests and spread videos of the unrest.
Trump blasts Obama for giving billions to 'brutal and corrupt Iranian regime' as Islamic nation descends into protest-fueled chaos
The president began his first working day of 2018 by refocusing the world's attention on civil unrest gripping a longtime enemy 6,300 miles away – and blasting his predecessor for enabling them.
‘This is nothing’: Defiant Iranian president Hassan Rouhani makes light of protests that have left 12 people dead in a bid to quell the uprising
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dismissed the protests taking place across Iran on Monday as 'nothing', in a bid to downplay the significance of the increasingly violent demonstrations.
Twelve dead in Iran as security forces are accused of opening fire on protesters after President Rouhani said people were 'completely free to express their criticism'
Twelve people were killed during protests overnight in Iran, according to state media, with at least two dead in Izeh, another two in Dorud, and unconfirmed reports of three shot dead in the city of Isfahan.
Trump and Republican lawmakers applaud Iranian protests - as president says the people are 'finally getting wise' to how their money is being 'stolen and squandered on terrorism'
President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers offered implicit support on Sunday to tens of thousands of Iranians protesting in the streets.
A picture of defiance: Iranian woman protester raises her fist amid a cloud of choking tear gas in Tehran after mullahs launch violent crackdown and order counter rallies by loyalists on third day of demonstrations against hardline regime
Police in Tehran have used tear gas against rock throwing demonstrators at the city's university as the wave of protests continued for a third day, though pro-regime protests have also taken place.
Iran blacks out social media as President Rouhani slams Trump in address to his nation after defiant protesters face water cannon and hundreds of arrests on the fourth day of demonstrations
President Hassan Rouhani has said Donald Trump has 'no right' to back demonstrators in Iran after earlier calling people there terrorists, as the Iranian authorities announce a blackout on social media.
Iranian regime vows protesters will 'pay the price' for three nights of unrest as it blames 'foreign agents' for shooting two demonstrators dead
Iran has threatened to use an 'iron fist' to crush dissent after a third night of anti-regime protests saw two people shot dead in the city of Dorud as activists attacked government buildings.
'The world is watching!' Trump condemns arrest of demonstrators amid widespread protests in Iran in sharply worded tweet
President Donald Trump on Friday condemned the arrest of protesters in Iran, telling Tehran that 'the world is watching' as officials reported fresh demonstrations over the country's economy.
'Death to the dictator': Thousands of protesters in Iran attack president and mullahs in second day of clashes as demonstrations spread to eight cities
Videos show crowds chanting 'Death to the dictator' and 'Death to Rouhani' in cities across the Islamic republic - including Iran's second city, Mashhad - as protests continue today.
Iranian women who fail to cover their head will no longer be thrown into jail under new softer approach to ‘bad hijab’
Iranian police are taking a softer approach to breaches of Islamic rules by opting for education instead of jail time, Tehran's police chief has said.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's could be released from an Iranian prison in time for her Boxing Day birthday after an Iranian news agency said that she was eligible for early release from her prison sentence.
Officers arrested 140 of the young partygoers in a garden on the outskirts of Tehran and 90 in the city's uptown while dancing and drinking alcohol on Thursday night.
Iran says jailed British mother WON'T be freed soon as she must first face trial for 'spreading propaganda', dashing hopes she would be home for Christmas
British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was arrested in Iran in 2016 before being jailed for five years on sedition charges, will not be released from prison early, the country's judiciary chief said.
Fresh hope for British mother jailed in Iran as her husband reveals she is marked ‘eligible for release’ on the Iranian judiciary computer lists
Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe is serving a five-year sentence over allegations, which she denies, of plotting to overthrow the Tehran government. Pictured is Richard Ratcliffe on GMB today.
Richard Ratcliffe has written to the Iranian ambassador in London, urging him to make clear to all state bodies in Iran that his wife was not involved in espionage.
'I know where we're going to buy the Christmas tree and I've got a box of decorations': Husband of British mother jailed in Iran believes there is 'still a chance' she will be released by December 25
Richard Ratcliffe believes there is 'still a chance' his wife Nazanin may be released from an Iranian prison in time for a dream Christmas together.
Police force and a council deemed 'institutionally racist' after 'repeatedly siding with the abusers' of an Iranian man murdered after he was wrongly branded a paedophile
Bijan Ebrahimi begged for help to protect him from his neighbours on a Bristol estate but the authorities were 'repeatedly siding with the abusers', a bombshell report has said.
Iran airs 'confession' of Swedish death-row academic accused of spying for Israel during nuclear talks with world powers
In the video aired late Sunday and prepared by Iran's intelligence ministry, Ahmadreza Djalali says he worked with a foreign intelligence agency while studying in Europe.
Iran is arming Yemeni rebels illegally says Nikki Haley as she stands in front of 'evidence' - a giant ballistic missile fired at civilian Saudi airport
The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. presented pieces of what she says are Iranian weapons supplied to Houthi militia in Yemen, describing it as conclusive evidence that Tehran was violating U.N. resolutions.
Trump's move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital will 'hasten the destruction of the Zionist regime,' Iran says
A top Revolutionary Guards commander phoned two Palestinian armed groups and pledged Iranian support for them in the wake of President Trump's decision.
EXCLUSIVE: Daily phone calls, family visits and 'no more days in court': life dramatically improves for British mother jailed in Iran following Boris' Tehran charm offensive
Life in an Iranian prison has dramatically improved for British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe following Boris Johnson's trip to Iran as she is now allowed to speak to her husband Richard every day.
Iranian female footballer applies for asylum because she faces jail after authorities saw her playing without a hijab in Switzerland
Football internationalist Shiva Amini has applied for asylum in Switzerland after she was spotted by Iranian officials wearing shorts and no hijab, playing in a kick about with a group of men.
British woman jailed in Iran is hopeful she will be home for Christmas after Boris visited demanding her release despite senior Iranian MP warning 'spies' must not be freed
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is 'more upbeat' after the Foreign Secretary's diplomatic mission to convince the country to drop controversial spying charges against her, her husband said today.
Fresh hope for jailed British mother as Iran says it will consider her case on 'humanitarian' grounds
Boris Johnson had discussed British-Iranian Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s case with the country’s president and other officials in a big to free the aid worker who has been held 2016.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson left Tehran 'empty handed' after talks with Iranian president to secure release of a jailed British mother who was accused of 'spying', Iranian media claims
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is serving a five-year prison sentence for allegedly plotting against Iran's government. She has always denied the allegations.
Party erupts in flames after a candle ignites spray foam and fire engulfs the birthday girl and her friend
The girls were set on fire during birthday celebrations in Tehran, Iran. As snow foam was sprayed at the birthday girl, a row of flickering candles ignited the hazardous froth.
'I can see some light today': Jailed British mother-of-two hails postponement of her court case after Boris Johnson holds 'frank' talks with Iran's president demanding her freedom
British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband Richard said today: 'Nazanin's court case was not held today in the wake of the Foreign Secretary's visit. This is undoubtedly a good sign.'
Boris Johnson's 'frank' talks with Iran in a bid to get British mother held there on spying charges released 'can only be good', her husband says
Mr Johnson arrived in Iran this morning to meet foreign minister Javad Narif for talks to free Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British woman arrested in 2016 after being accused of spying.
Teenager who drew comparisons to Angelina Jolie with her astonishing social media posts reveals she DID have surgery (but DIDN'T want to look like the actress)
Sahar Tabar, 19, from Tehran, Iran , made headlines around the world with her Instagram account, which is filled with snaps that show her with exaggerated cheekbones and mouth.
Plain sailing for India as Iran opens first phase of the Chabahar port to make way for new trading route
The new strategic route opened by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani connects Iran, India and Afghanistan, bypassing Pakistan, and reflects a growing convergence of interest between countries.
Angelina Jolie fan who underwent a dramatic makeover to look like her idol hints she uses 'technology and make-up' amid claims she had FIFTY surgeries to transform her face
Sahar Tabar, 19, from Tehran, Iran , has an Instagram account filled with snaps that show her with exaggerated versions of the actress' razor-sharp cheekbones and famously plump pout.
Toddler daughter of British woman being held in Iran says her mother is 'in a cage' and all she wants for Christmas is for her to be freed
The three-year-old daughter of jailed British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, Gabriella, is stuck living with relatives in Tehran, while her father fights a campaign in the UK to bring his wife home.
Syria's state-run news agency, SANA, reported Israel had fired several missiles on Saturday, destroying a military base Iran is building close to Damascus and 31 miles from Israel's border.
'Islam brought me nothing but pain and hardship': Iranian child bride who was beaten by her husband and then forced to give up her children to flee to Australia slams harsh Muslim regime
A Muslim child bride who fled to Australia from her home country of Iran has told how she was beaten and abused by her husband, claiming her religion caused her 'nothing but pain'
Iranian Angelina Jolie fan's astonishing transformation snaps confound the web amid reports she's had FIFTY surgeries to look like her idol (but is it just clever prosthetics?)
Sahar Tabar, 22, from Tehran, Iran, has an Instagram account full of selfies that flaunt her extreme look, but it is not clear how it has been achieved.
British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has post-traumatic stress disorder and suffers uncontrollable moods and depression, doctors in her hellhole Iranian jail confirm
British mother Nazanin Ratcliffe has post traumatic stress disorder, doctors in the Iranian jail where she is being held have confirmed. The mother of one is being held on spying charges
British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe speaks on phone from Iranian jail where she is facing an extra 16 years to say she has 'made so many good friends' behind bars
In the heartwarming call she reveals she has 'made so many good friends' and expresses her gratitude for the enormous support from the British public for her release.
Iran 'has more evidence' that could add 16 years to jailed British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s prison term – ‘including a BBC pay stub and an email showing she once trained Iranian journalists'
A programme aired by state TV in Iran focused on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who is serving a five-year prison sentence for allegedly planning the 'soft toppling' of Iran's government.
Iran warns it will increase the range of its missiles to more than 1,200 miles so rockets could be launched into Europe
General Mohammad Ali Jafari, said last month that Iran's 1,200 mile plus missile range could cover 'most of American interest and forces' within the region, so Iran did not need to extend it.
Pneumonia-hit Emma Thompson braves the cold to protest over jailing of British mother in Iran - and call on Boris Johnson to 'get on a plane' to solve the crisis
Actress Emma Thompson today braved the cold while suffering with pneumonia as she and other supporters called on Boris Johnson to do more to help Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who is in jail in Iran.
Saudi Arabia's powerful Crown Prince called the Supreme Leader of Iran 'the new Hitler of the Middle East'
Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, 32, who is also Minister of Defence, said he did not want Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to 'repeat what happened in Europe' during World War II.
British mother held in Iranian jail will be hauled before court next month on propaganda charges - as husband reveals she's had the ALL-CLEAR over cancer scare
British aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, pictured with her husband Richard and their daughter Gabriella has been told she will appear in court in Tehran on December 10.
A fleet of Iranian warships will soon depart for the Gulf of Mexico in bid to establish the country as a global military power, new navy head warns
The audacious move has been announced by the Islamic theocracy's new naval commander, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi. He said the flotilla will also visit South American nations.
Iraq launches operation to clear desert near Syria of ISIS fighters two days after its Prime Minister said terrorists had been defeated
Iraqi forces launched an operation on Thursday to clear the desert bordering Syria of ISIS fighters, in a final push to rid the country of the terrorist group, the military said (not pictured).
Boris was cheerful... is he sleeping better? QUENTIN LETTS watches an upbeat Foreign Secretary during questions to his department
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was markedly upbeat during an hour of Commons questions to his department. Was it the crisis in Germany or remembering optimism is life's best medicine?
Iranian ex-military hacker who used to attack nuclear systems is 'charged with leaking episodes of Game of Thrones, Ballers and Curb Your Enthusiasm after HBO refused to pay $6m ransom'
Bewhzad Mesris, an Iranian ex-military hacker who named himself after the Game of Thrones villain Littlefinger in ransom emails to HBO has been charged with six counts.
Iran in its anything-goes years: Amazing photos reveals how sex and fashion thrived before the Islamic revolution
Photos taken in Iran before the 1979 Islamic Revolution, which saw the ousting of King Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, show what the vibrant Iranian life was like in the 60s and 70s.
Iranian PhD candidate traveling from Dallas to Kansas is kicked off a Greyhound bus 200 miles short of his destination 'because of his nationality'
Mohammad Reza was traveling from Dallas to Kansas City last week for a presentation at a Transportation Research Board national conference when he was kicked off the bus in Wichita.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani made his comments ahead of a meeting with the presidents of Russia and Turkey, where they will re-boot the peace process in Syria.
British mother held in Iranian jail for nearly 600 days is 'suicidal' as she is 'overwhelmed by inescapable thoughts of her imminent death'
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was detained in Tehran in April 2016 as she tried to leave Iran after a visit with her two-year-old daughter.