Iran Prevents Journalist for U.S.-Funded Radio From Leaving the Country, Broadcaster Says
Iran's decision to continue uranium enrichment has led some countries to consider pursuing civilian nuclear technology.
Armenian President Robert Kocharian and President Hosni Mubarak discussed Iran's controversial nuclear programme in Cairo on Saturday.
The American military is capable of attacking Iran but has no plans to do so, a U.S. general said Friday in the latest U.S. rejection of military action.
More than 60 local residents joined in a day-long conference on “Pursuing Peace with Iran” Saturday in Schrock Pavilion at Goshen’s Shanklin Park.
BELEAGUERED Defence Secretary Des Browne is facing the axe from the Cabinet even if he survives the present furore over the Iran "cash for stories" affair, it emerged last night.
Prime Minister Tony Blair will not fire government officials who allowed British service members held captive in Iran to sell their stories to the media, Blair's office said Friday, saying he will not engage "in a witch hunt."
Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaradei sees no immediate danger of military action against Iran, the Doha-based al-Jazeera television reported on Saturday.
Iran - Red Crescent - Karbala Iran's Red Crescent Society (IRCS) in a message expressed sympathy with the victims of Karbala blast on Saturday and declared its readiness to treat injured people and dispatch medical doctors and equipment to Iraq.
The U.S. suspects Iran is providing weapons and other military support to both sides of the sectarian conflict in Iraq — not just to the Shiites who have historic ties to the Iranians, the No. 2 American commander in Iraq said Friday.