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Iran Has a Third More Enriched Uranium Than Thought, Inspectors Say - New York Times Fri, 20 Feb 2009 01:42:31 GMT

Reuters

Iran Has a Third More Enriched Uranium Than Thought, Inspectors Say
New York Times, United States
By WILLIAM J. BROAD and DAVID E. SANGER In their first appraisal of Iran’s nuclear program since President Obama took office, atomic inspectors have found that Iran recently understated by a third how much uranium it has enriched, United Nations ...
Iran has enough fuel for a nuclear bomb, report says Los Angeles Times
Iran says has own raw uranium supply Reuters
IAEA: Iran has slowed its uranium enrichment program Xinhua
Reuters - Reuters
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Bahrain slams Iran's claims, suspends gas deal talks - Xinhua Thu, 19 Feb 2009 21:29:09 GMT

Religious Intelligence Ltd

Bahrain slams Iran's claims, suspends gas deal talks
Xinhua, China
19 (Xinhua) -- Bahrain's Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa Thursday confirmed that his country has suspended negotiations with Iran on a natural gas import deal, due to Iranian officials' recent claims of Bahrain as a province of Iran. ...
Bahrain halts gas talks with Iran over insult The Associated Press
Bahrain halts gas talks with Iran over insult International Herald Tribune
Iran says it respects Bahrain's sovereignty AFP
Gulf Daily News - Arab News
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Germany's Schroeder urges direct Iran-US talks - Jerusalem Post Thu, 19 Feb 2009 19:15:57 GMT

PRESS TV

Germany's Schroeder urges direct Iran-US talks
Jerusalem Post, Israel
By AP Former German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder urged on Thursday direct talks between Iran and the United States. Schroeder said that he would be "very happy" if such talks took place. He spoke on arrival in Teheran Thursday. ...
Former German Chancellor Calls for US-Iran Talks Deutsche Welle
Sick: Time ripe for Iran-US talks PRESS TV
German ex-Chancellor’s visit to Iran have no political motive Trend News Agency
eTaiwan News - KTAR.com
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Iran's president calls for "real changes" in US policies - Xinhua Wed, 18 Feb 2009 21:46:11 GMT

WELT ONLINE

Iran's president calls for "real changes" in US policies
Xinhua, China
18 (Xinhua) -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday repeated his call for "real changes" in the US policies, the official IRNA news agency reported. "Bullying powers should make good on their mistakes by making fundamental and real ...
Israeli rhetoric on Iran can lack consistency Reuters
Report: Israel assasinating Iranian nuclear scientists Jewish Telegraphic Agency
A Russian answer to Iran's threat Christian Science Monitor
U.S. News & World Report - Bloomberg
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Iran Has Unmanned Plane With 1000-Kilometer Range, Fars Says - Bloomberg Wed, 18 Feb 2009 16:09:16 GMT

ABC News

Iran Has Unmanned Plane With 1000-Kilometer Range, Fars Says
Bloomberg
18 (Bloomberg) -- Iran built an unmanned aircraft capable of traveling 1000 kilometers (620 miles), the state-run Fars news agency reported, citing the Defense Ministry. The plane is an “important achievement,” Fars quoted Deputy Defense Minister Ahmad ...
Iran says it has built unmanned aircraft The Associated Press
Iran Claims to Build Long-Distance Unmanned Aircraft Voice of America
Iran's security concerns weigh heavy Asia Times Online
Novinite.com - The National
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Iran, Afghanistan to boost trade - The Associated Press Thu, 19 Feb 2009 17:10:23 GMT

Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

Iran, Afghanistan to boost trade
The Associated Press
KABUL (AP) — Iran's vice president offered increased trade and investment to Afghanistan on Thursday, saying Iranian businessmen are ready to pour funds into railroads, agriculture and infrastructure projects. Parviz Davoudi was visiting Afghanistan ...
Video: Raw Video: US Envoy Holbrooke in Afghanistan AssociatedPress
Iran, Afghan leaders meet for mutual talk United Press International
Iran ready for greater role in Afghanistan PRESS TV
Council on Foreign Relations - Frontier Post
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Iran Accuses 7 Jailed Leaders of Bahai Faith of Espionage - Washington Post Wed, 18 Feb 2009 05:52:58 GMT

PRESS TV

Iran Accuses 7 Jailed Leaders of Bahai Faith of Espionage
Washington Post, United States
17 -- Seven leaders of the Bahai faith who have been detained for more than eight months in Iran have been officially accused of espionage, a spokesman for the Iranian judiciary said Tuesday. "Next week, an indictment will be issued and will be ...
Bahai followers face spy charges in Iran United Press International
Religious leaders face spying charges in Iran CNN International
Iran: Bahai leaders spied for Israel Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Xinhua - findingDulcinea
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Reverse 'oil weapon' on Iran - Washington Times Fri, 20 Feb 2009 03:19:55 GMT

PRESS TV

Reverse 'oil weapon' on Iran
Washington Times, DC
Iran's economy particularly has suffered under declining oil prices. About 80 percent of Iran's export revenue and almost half of its government's budget come from oil and gas. According to recent reports, Iran must sell oil priced at more than $80 per ...
Slumping Oil Prices Offer a Better Opening to Iran Wall Street Journal Blogs
Iran missing oil money dispute unfurls PRESS TV
The United States Oil Fund: A Way to Short The Market? Market Rap
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Russia and Iran in military talks - Aljazeera.net Tue, 17 Feb 2009 14:08:49 GMT

Aljazeera.net

Russia and Iran in military talks
Aljazeera.net, Qatar
Iran's defence minister is holding talks with his Russian counterpart in Moscow over strengthening military ties, amid speculation Tehran is pushing Moscow to supply it with air defence missiles. Mostafa Najar and Anatoly Serdyukov were set to discuss ...
Video: Missile defence to Iran on hold RussiaToday
Russia Says They Will Not Toughen Policy Toward Iran FOXNews
Russia holding back on Iran missile contract Hindu
The Associated Press - AFP
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Seeking a new road from Afghanistan to the sea -- through Iran - Seattle Post Intelligencer Wed, 18 Feb 2009 22:25:14 GMT

NRCU - Ukrainian Radio

Seeking a new road from Afghanistan to the sea -- through Iran
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Chronicle reporter Matthew B. Stannard writes that "last week, (President Barack) Obama and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad each made overtures about their desire to begin talking again. "Ahmadinejad's call last Tuesday for 'talks based on mutual ...
Video: Spotlight: Russia-NATO: patching up relations RussiaToday
Failing the tests News & Observer
Russia, Iran get new review The Tennessean
Stratfor - Foreign Policy In Focus
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