Deseret News, UT
The female goat, named Hana, was born early Wednesday in the city of Isfahan in central Iran, said Dr. Mohammed Hossein Nasr e Isfahani, head of the Royan Research Institute. "With the birth of Hana, Iran is among five countries in the world cloning a ...
Iran produces 1st cloned goat of the Mid East successfully
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Yossi Melman / I would advise Netanyahu to attack Iran
By Yossi Melman If I were Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's national security adviser, I would advise attacking Iran. It doesn't have to happen immediately. Although Iran has crossed the "technological threshold" and already has most of the know-how, ...
Iran seen responding soon to powers' talks offer
Obama's back door to Iran ties
Iran says to respond to nuclear talks offer “soon”
Canadian Man Charged With Allegedly Trying to Export Weapons to Iran
TORONTO — Police say a Toronto man has been charged with trying to export nuclear technology to Iran. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Friday that Mahmoud Yadegari attempted to obtain pressure transducers. The devices are used to make enriched ...
Toronto man charged in Iran nuclear technology case
Canada arrests man suspected of trying to buy nuclear supplies for ...
Man attempts to export nuclear technology to Iran
New York Times, United States
Iran's government needs to release a journalist, Roxana Saberi, who was unjustly imprisoned and put an end to using innocent people as political pawns. I am so concerned about the fate of this beautiful and talented young woman. ...
Katie Couric's Notebook: Iran
US says it confirmed journalist trial in Iran
Iran greets US diplomacy with show trials and hostility
Iran chokes on Holocaust
The Australian, Australia
Negotiators in Geneva are working against the clock to finalise a fresh declaration, with urgency added by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's stated intention to attend the proceedings, which start on Monday. "There is just one lingering point, ...
Text for UN racism meeting approved
Barack's big boycott: US will do the right thing by shunning ...
UN anti-racism conference could spark high tension
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Gates warns against Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear facilities
Los Angeles Times, CA
By Paul Richter Reporting from Washington -- Amid increasing suggestions that Israel might attack Iran's nuclear facilities, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates warned this week that such a strike would have dangerous consequences, and asserted that ...
Talk of Israeli strike in Iran 'nonsense,' Peres tells Mitchell
Israel Pres: No military fix to Iran nuclear plans
Peres tells US envoy Mitchell talks of strike in Iran is nonsense
President: Iran has say in all global political equations
TEHRAN, April 16 (Xinhua) -- Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that the Iranian nation has a say in all global political equations, the official IRNA news agency reported. The world is in dire need of Iran's assistance in copying ...
Video: Iran: "We don't know what to believe," Clinton says
Iran Says It Plans New Nuclear Offer
Iran drafts proposal for nuke talks with West
Iran denies Hizbullah operating in Egypt
Jerusalem Post, Israel
COM STAFF After an Egyptian official said Hizbullah would pay "a heavy price" for what Cairo alleges were attempts to carry out terror attacks inside the country, Iran dismissed the accusations as an "old trick" aimed at influencing the Lebanese ...
Iranian MPs endorse Lebanon's Hezbollah
Egypt, Iran, and the Overthrow
Hezbollah alleges Egypt vendetta
Barak to Russia: Don't sell advanced missiles to Iran
By Amos Harel Defense Minister Ehud Barak asked Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Saltanov yesterday to prevent his country from selling advanced anti-aircraft missiles to Iran. Defense sources said Barak did not name the S-300 air-defense ...
Report: Russia says no S-300 missiles sent to Iran
Iran: S-300 missile deal on track
Increased Cooperation With Israel Does Not Allow Russia To Arm ...
UCLA International Institute
FEER(4/3) Beijing's Iranian Gamble
Wall Street Journal
In the high stakes game of geopolitical poker now being played between the West and Iran over the latter's nuclear program, Beijing has clearly placed its wager on Tehran. If China's leaders are right, and Iran does succeed in going nuclear, ...
Iran's 30th Anniversary as an Islamic Republic
Iran is not a threat to region
Larijani: Iran Favors Peace, Stability in Iraq