Iran said Saturday it has uncovered spy rings organized by the United States and its Western allies, claiming on state-run television that the espionage networks were made up of "infiltrating elements from the Iraqi occupiers."
The United States intends to lay out a comprehensive account of Iran's growing military role in Iraq -- including the array of arms provided to both Shiite and Sunni militias -- during critical talks between U.S. and Iranian diplomats scheduled for tomorrow in Baghdad, according to senior U.S....
Iran said on Saturday that upcoming talks with the United States on Iraq could succeed only if Washington changed its policies in Iraq.
Iran has uncovered spy networks on its territory organized by occupying forces in Iraq and Iraqi groups, the Intelligence Ministry said in a statement published on Saturday.
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday warned arch-foe Israel against any plot to launch a fresh attack on Lebanon this summer, the ISNA news agency reported.
Iran welcomed on Saturday comments by International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei about its nuclear programme that drew a rebuke from the Western powers.
Prime minister-in-waiting Gordon Brown refused Saturday to rule out military action against Iran over its programme of nuclear enrichment, the BBC reported.
Iran says it has uncovered spy networks run by the US and its allies in various parts of the country.
Iran said on Saturday that upcoming talks with the United States on Iraq could bear fruit if Washington changed its "wrong" policies in Iraq.
Iran presents a difficult balancing act for those in power in the U.S. _ and those seeking it. For President Bush, condemnation of Tehran's nuclear efforts must now be mixed with diplomacy. U.S. and Iranian ambassadors plan to sit down Monday in Baghdad in a rare direct meeting to discuss stabilizing Iraq.