French Defence Minister Herve Morin said Saturday that Saudi Arabia and France share a common "concern" over Iran's nuclear programme.
Still reeling from the fallout of authorizing the Iraq war five years ago, congressional Democrats are determined to put themselves early on record as opposing military action in Iran.
Israeli Foreign Affairs Minister Tzipi Livni leaves for China on Saturday for talks with the government on sanctions against Iran over Tehran's controversial nuclear programme, Israeli sources said.
EDWARDSVILLE — The United States should stress diplomacy in dealing with Iran because threatening military action "makes no sense," retired Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey said Saturday.
A demonstration takes place by women opposed to what they say is the oppression of women in Iran.
A deal with Indian company Essar Global to build a $1.6 billion taconite mill on the Iron Range may be on the rocks, just three days after it was announced, because of the company's developing ties with Iran. According to news reports, Essar is in negotiations to build an oil refinery in southern Iran -- an act that could violate U.S. law regarding terrorist nations. It was just Wednesday when ...
Britain and France are leading a push for new EU sanctions to punish Iran over its nuclear program. But while European nations increasingly fear a war in their backyard, the continent is divided over how to deal with the crisis.
HAMBURG: Der deutsche Außenminister Frank-Walter Steinmeier hat eindringlich vor dem Einsatz militärischer Gewalt im Atomkonflikt mit dem Iran gewarnt. Auf dem SPD-Parteitag in Hamburg sagte Steinmeier, Nuklearwaffen im Mittleren Osten müssten verhindert werden.
IN ANNOUNCING new sanctions against an elite unit of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, Bush administration officials took pains last week to offer assurances that at least for now, the United States is not going to war with Iran.
An Iranian minister said Tehran's missiles “bear no threat to any states” in response to claims that Iran will be capable of targeting U.S. cities by 2015.