Iran dismisses 'childish' sanctions
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian president, has dismissed international sanctions against Iran as a "childish idea" after Barack Obama, the US president, announced he would extend the punitive measures. Obama said on Thursday he would lengthen ...
Iranian leader says sanctions no problem
Iranian President Shrugs Off US Renewal of Sanctions
US, Iran Face Off in Wrestling Tournament as Obama Extends Sanctions
US and Iran can learn from wrestling, coach says
By Fredrik Dahl TEHRAN (Reuters) - They lost most of their matches against Iranian opponents, but US wrestlers hope the friendly relations they enjoyed with their tournament hosts can help improve ties between Washington and Tehran. ...
Old foes Iran, US wrestle it out
Iran's wrestlers dominate 1st day of Takhiti Cup
Iran pins down US wrestling team in competition
Report: US Shoots Down Iranian Drone Flying Over Iraq
An American fighter jet took down an Iranian drone over Iraq last month, US military sources told Wired.com. The US has long accused Tehran of supplying militant groups in Iraq with weapons and training, Wired reported. While the flow of Iranian ...
US officials mum on report that military shot down Iranian drone
US said to have shot down Iran drone – website
US Shoots Down Iranian Drone Over Iraq
US arms trader pleads guilty to Iran sales
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former director at a Singapore aircraft supply company pleaded guilty on Friday to exporting US military technology including aircraft components to Iran over the last decade, prosecutors said. Laura Wang-Woodford, 64, ...
Female Arms Trader Pleads Guilty to Iran Sales
US citizen pleads guilty to Iran arms sales
Singapore firm exec pleads guilty to Iran exports
Iran to respond if US policy shift proves genuine
The Associated Press
YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Iran's foreign minister says his country will respond in kind if the United States makes genuine efforts to improve relations. Manouchehr Mottaki says if the administration of President Barack Obama "puts words into actions" ...
Iran says ready to resolve Armenian-Azeri dispute
Iranian FM Promotes Closer Ties With Armenia
Mottaki: Presidents of Iran, Armenia Initiators of Fresh Bilateral ...
US, Israel Disagree on Iran Arms Threat
Washington Post, United States
By Peter Finn Iran has not produced the highly enriched uranium necessary for a nuclear weapon and has not decided to do so, US intelligence officials told Congress yesterday, an assessment that contrasts with a stark Israeli warning days earlier that ...
Iran 'has no bomb-grade uranium'
ElBaradei to Arabs: Engage Iran on Nuclear Issue
World briefs: U.S. doubts Iran warhead capability
Iran Urged To Release Saberi
Voice of America
Tehran's deputy prosecutor Hassan Haddad has reportedly said the Iranian government will soon release Roxana Saberi, an American journalist who has been detained for more than a month by Iranian authorities. She is being held in Tehran's Evin prison on ...
Iran: Illegal Detention of Iranian-American Journalist
Iran's Ebadi says aide freed on bail
TEHRAN (AFP) — An aide of Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi who was arrested in January for links with the banned Bahai faith has been freed on bail by the Iranian authorities, Ebadi told AFP on Friday. "She (Jinous Sobhani) has been released on a ...
Human rights defender released on bail in Iran
Open Letter on Behalf of Shirin Ebadi, Now in Danger in Tehran
Daily Star - Lebanon
Iran denies reports of accepting invitation to attend Afghanistan ...
TEHRAN, March 13 (Xinhua) -- Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hassan Qashqavi on Friday rejected recent reports that quoted him as saying that Iran would attend an upcoming conference on Afghanistan, the semi-official Fars news agency reported. ...
US Considers Iran For Afghan Talks
Iran open to multilateral Afghan talks: official
Iran denies reports of accepting invitation to Afghan summit
Voice of America
SYRIA: Damascus getting courted from all sides
Los Angeles Times, CA
The government in Damascus wants to enjoy good relations with moderate Arab regimes and Western powers while conserving its strong ties with Iran and non-state actors like Hamas and Hezbollah, analysts say. But what do the Americans want in the Middle ...
Iran pushes to forefront
Iran's Meddling Remains A Serious Difficulty
Farkash: 'Peace more likely with Syria than PA'