The company has ordered media services company, Arqiva, to take the Iranian satellite channels off one of its Hot Bird frequencies.
The Iranian channels being taken off the air include Press TV, al-Alam, Jam-e-Jam 1 and 2, Sahar 1 and 2, Islamic Republic of Iran News Network, Quran TV, and the Arabic-language al-Kawthar.
The ban will also affect the satellite broadcast of several Iranian radio stations.
The move follows months of jamming of Iranian channels by European
Iranian news channels affected by the decision only aimed to break the West’s monopoly on news broadcast by reflecting the voice of the oppressed people to the world.
Reports say the Syrian forces have retaken control of the Grand Umayyad Mosque in the northern city of Aleppo and have destroyed several armored
Similar operations in Ma'arat al-Nu'man in Idlib Province left several armed men dead, including Turkish and Saudi nationals.
According to officials, the Deir al-Asafir, Shaba’a, Mohammadieh and Jisrin suburb areas of the capital Damascus have been purged of militants.
Finnish Foreign Ministry spokesman Risto Piipponen said Saturday that Israel had sent a message to the ministry earlier this week but that it didn't say what it would do against the Finnish-flagged Estelle.
The Estelle and its Voyage to Gaza - with video ~ link ~ The blockade needs to be ended, not eased – this is the slogan of the Freedom Flotilla Movement.
Nearly eight million voters began casting ballots from 8:00 am (0600 GMT), the last polls closing at 4:00 pm (1400 GMT) in the capital Brussels, with the first results under a complicated proportional voting system expected by late evening.
Flemish nationalist leader Bart De Wever is seeking to make a big breakthrough in Antwerp, where he hopes to win the mayor's office as a stepping stone to general elections in two years' time.