FLORENCE, S.C. -- Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said Saturday that President Bush has made a mistake in failing to push direct diplomacy with Iran despite the increasing tensions between Washington and Tehran.
Democrats Barack Obama and John Edwards are criticizing presidential rival Hillary Rodham Clinton for her latest comments on negotiating with leaders of Iran and other countries that are on poor terms with the U.S.
Iran?s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, called for all Muslim countries to boycott an American-sponsored meeting for Middle East peace.
Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton advocated talks to settle differences with Iran but said Saturday that Tehran would invite U.S. action if it were to disrupt oil supplies.
Iran's top cleric urged Muslim countries on Saturday to boycott a U.S.-sponsored international peace conference on Palestinian statehood next month.
The son of one Iraq's most senior statesmen on Saturday called for more dialogue between the United States and Iran as Shiites took their turn celebrating the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday she would raise the question of new sanctions against Iran and the status of Kosovo during talks Sunday with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Barack Obama says military force is not the only option for dealing with Iran. In an NPR interview, the presidential candidate continued to criticize fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton on her foreign diplomacy positions.
Iran's supreme leader called on Muslim countries to boycott a U.S.-sponsored Middle East peace conference, saying Saturday that the international meeting would hurt the Palestinians.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday urged Arab nations to boycott a Middle East peace meeting in the United States, while also accusing Washington of responsibility for all of Iraq's woes.