U.S. President George W. Bush and visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel say they will continue to pursue a diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear program.
Iran and Pakistan have reached a deal to build a multi-billion-dollar pipeline to transport natural gas between the two countries, Iranian state television reported Saturday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told President George W. Bush on Saturday she would be willing to support a third round of U.N. sanctions against Iran if Tehran continues to resist demands to halt sensitive nuclear work.
Iran's Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence against a Kurdish journalist accused of offering to provide the United States with information on Kurds in Iran, his lawyer said Saturday.
US President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed Saturday to pursue a diplomatic end to the Iran nuclear standoff as they worked on a common strategy towards a defiant Tehran.
President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday that they would seek a diplomatic solution in dealing with Iran's nuclear program.
US President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, huddled on his Texas ranch, worked Saturday on a common strategy to confront a defiant Iran over its suspect nuclear program.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell tried to change U.S. policy on Iran, aligning with European allies to offer "carrots" to Tehran to end its nuclear program instead of pressing for sanctions, says John Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
Iran and Pakistan have finalised a contract for a multi-billion-dollar gas export deal scheduled to be signed within a month, the Iranian oil ministry's news service Shana on Saturday.
Upcoming elections in Iran and the United States could heighten tensions between the two countries over Tehran's nuclear programme, Germany's former foreign minister Joschka Fischer said Saturday.