Democratic presidential candidate Bill Richardson said Sunday it would be "enormously unwise" for the Bush administration to take military action against Iran before it gets out of Iraq.
Calling Iran the "major source of instability" in the Middle East, Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni on Monday pressed for world action to bring the Islamic Republic's "sinister ambitions to a halt."
A group of prominent MPs have warned over the presence of Italian clothing retailer Benetton in Iran, saying its fashions are a bad influence on female consumers, newspapers said on Monday.
A group of prominent MPs have called for the Italian clothing retailer Benetton to quit Iran, saying its fashions are a bad influence on female consumers, newspapers said on Monday.
BOMBING IRAN....The Washington Post's Dana Priest opines that if the White House decides to bomb Iran, "the military would revolt and there would be no pilots to fly those missions." Matt Yglesias isn't convinced:It's important to avoid overstating the degree...
The United States reiterated yesterday that it will seek a diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear issue after the New Yorker magazine reported that the Bush administration had shifted emphasis in possible war with Iran.
Iran's pistachio output will show a record rise of 15 per cent to stand at between 280,000 and 300,000 tons, by March 20 (marking end of the current Iranian calendar year of 1386).
Food Iran's pistachio output will show a record rise of 15 per cent to stand at between 280,000 and 300,000 tons, by March 20 (marking end of the current Iranian calendar year of 1386).
OAKLAND, Calif. — Senator Clinton is moving to tie President Bush's hands with respect to Iran by endorsing legislation that would prohibit military action against the regime in Tehran without prior approval from Congress. "I believe the president has squandered our trust and that's why we need this legislation. If the president believes that the use of force against Iran is necessary, he must ...
Former Alaska Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Mike Gravel talks about his campaign fundraising, U.S. relations with Iran and details his personal and political background in the newest in a series of in-depth interviews with the 2008 presidential candidates.