Afgan, Iran, And Iraq Updates

Iran news

Bad weather strands released Iranians at an airport. About 50 Iranians were freed by Syrian rebels only to be stranded at an airport Rebels claim that the Iranians were apart of the powerful revolutonary guard. I

A U.S drone flew over the Persian Gulf and Iran claimed seizure of it. But the U.S denies that this was theyre drone. It is not clear whose drone this is. Iran has not given details on when they found the drone.

The U.N nuclear program is close to a deal. Before they have been denied acces to the nuclear weapons but now they are close to a deal. They have agreed to meet next year January 16.

Iraq attack!!!!

Breaking news bad weather has hit Iraq's oil exports on January 14, 2013. The bad weather cut oil exports from Iraq's Basra, now they port 960,000 barrels per day (bpd). On Sunday from 2.35 million bpd a day earlier, a shipping source said"High windsin the gulf are preparing loaded ships from leaving the port on sunday" the source said.

In other news, offices of a Kurdish party early wednesday, in a disputed Iraq city were hit by the largest attack in a wave of morning strikes that left 24 dead and scores wounded across the country. While there was no immediate claim of responsibility, car bombs and coordinated attacks are favorite tactics for sunni insurgents Suchas al Queda's Iraq branch.

On top of these events, Prayers leader Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati Says"The U.S and Israel are trying to throw Iraq into chaos and civil war. "He went on to say that the U.S and Israel are trying to create, in Iraq, the unrest which they have caused in Syria. On Jan 6, 2013, Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maleki warned against foreign influence, saying it would push the country toward sectarian violence.


Currently in Afghanistan, Afghan elders are deciding weather U.S. military who stay there after 2014 will be permitted immunity from being arrested, according to President Hamid Karzai.

Secondly, in afghanistan capital Kabul. There was a large explosion followed by gunfire outside of a tightly-secured area. Housing key buildings including police headquarters. Explosion was heard in the AFP office. While near the French embassy gunfire was heard

Lastly, camp leaders and Afghanistan government officials disagreed with the aid delivery as not enough to protect families from the weather and to prevent less deaths. Last winter they had more than one hundred children deaths.