H. Norman Schwarzkopf, the four-star Army general who led allied forces to a stunningly quick and decisive victory over Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi military in the 1991 Persian Gulf War and who became the most celebrated U.S. military hero of his generation, died Thursday in Tampa. He was 78.
The Pentagon disclosed today that an unarmed U.S. military Predator surveillance drone was fired at by Iranian military jets last week in international airspace over the waters of the Persian Gulf. Officials stressed that the U.S. drone had never entered Iranian territory
Iranians have been complaining that Google Maps now has no name on the body of water they call the Persian Gulf and is also known as the Arabian Gulf.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani stressed last Wednesday that Tehran will take retaliatory measures in case Iran-bound air and ship cargoes come under inspection by the West. “We warn the US and certain adventurist countries that if they are tempted to inspect Iranian air and ship cargos, we will take tough action against their ships […]
Here are two words that will cost you your job in Iran: “Arabian Gulf.” Iranians take seriously their claim that the body of water separating them from the Arabian Peninsula should be called the Persian Gulf, and not the Arabian Gulf, as people in the Arab world call it. A Greek flight attendant for the […]