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“(Fattal and Bauer are enjoying) very good conditions here in prison … it’s like staying in a hotel.”
— MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD, Iran’s president, on the conditions of the two American hikers being held in prison (via CNN)
With the sting of the Arab Spring still lingering, it takes nothing more than a water gun to alarm governments these days.
Following to suit of a mouse, a turtle and some worms, an Iranian monkey is to be sent to space next month.
Afghanistan’s car industry may seem like an unlikely target for superstitious rumors, but it turns out the number 39 is causing quite a stir for car dealers and drivers in Kabul.
“These are the dictators and colonialists who want to impose their lifestyle on others.”
— MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD, president of Iran, speaking out against a FIFA ban on headscarves that led the Iranian women’s soccer team to …
According to a global happiness index released in North Korea, the country and its allies are the most cheerful countries in the world. Naturally, the “American Empire” strikes Pyongyang as just plain sad.
Truth, justice and not just the American way — Superman decides it’s time to become a global citizen in the 900th issue of Action Comics.
America’s arguably most prominent Muslim wrote a letter to the spiritual and political leader of Iran requesting the release of two American hikers captured in 2009.
Iran has threatened with a possible boycott of the 2012 London Olympic Games, after objecting that the current logo for the Summer Games has racist overtones and resembles the word “Zion.”
For those trying to avoid the Apocalypse, here’s the good news: a computer worm that attacked Iran’s main nuclear power plant last year seems to have delayed the Islamic Republic’s ability to build a nuclear weapon. The bad news? …
Love knows no boundaries, Iran. So NewsFeed will just have to find another way to get our chocolates to the Supreme Leader.