Iranian President Asks Court to Reconsider Spy Case
New York Times, United States
By NAZILA FATHI TEHRAN — President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in a rare effort to intervene in the justice system, urged Tehran's chief prosecutor on Sunday to fairly examine the cases of an Iranian-American journalist and an Iranian-Canadian blogger. ...
Video: Obama: US Journalist Jailed in Iran Not a Spy
Iran's President Calls for Fair Treatment of Detained Journalist
Iran president urges full defense for US reporter
Swiss and Iran presidents discuss energy, Saberi
Reuters UK, UK
GENEVA, April 19 (Reuters) - The presidents of Iran and Switzerland met on Sunday to discuss diplomatic issues including an eight-year jail sentence for a US-Iranian journalist convicted in Iran of spying. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Hans-Rudolf Merz ...
Israeli official slams Swiss-Iranian meeting
Iran's president arrives in Geneva for UN meet
Ahmadinejad: Iran won't negotiate over the nuclear program
Middle East Online
Akiva Eldar / What would Iran's FM say in a meeting with Clinton?
By Akiva Eldar, Haaretz Correspondent When he was prime minister, Yitzhak Rabin never missed an opportunity to explain how important it was to end the Arab-Israeli conflict before Iran obtained nuclear arms. He argued that peace would help bring the ...
Commander: Iran not concerned about Israel's advanced armaments
Iran actively participating in Lebanon reconstruction
Iran warns against Israeli invasion
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 ...
Canada arrests man suspected of trying to buy nuclear supplies for ...
Obama's back door to Iran ties
Canadian charged with trying to help Iran go nuclear
Voice of America
Ahmadinejad to address racism summit
The Iranian leader's speech, coinciding with Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day, could overshadow the summit which the United Nations wants to focus on easing ethnic and racial tensions that threaten migrant workers and minorities. ...
Boycott blow for UN racism forum
Israel tells West to ignore Ahmadinejad
Inside Story: Bureaucracy and hypocrisy in Geneva
Blogger becomes casualty of Iran cyberwars
Baltimore Sun, United States
He was Iran's first known casualty in the skirmishes between bloggers challenging the Islamic regime and authorities striking back with imprisonment and intimidation. This showdown has been building for years in Iran, with bloggers and social network ...
The world's bravest bloggers
Report: Iran's first cloned goat born in Isfahan
TEHRAN, April 16 (Xinhua) -- Iran's first cloned goat has been born at the Isfahan campus of the Royan Institute and is in good health, local English-language newspaper Iran Daily reported on Thursday. The cloned goat was developed in a surrogate ...
Iran produces 1st cloned goat of the Mid East successfully
Iran's first cloned goat born in Isfahan
Analysis: Two Muslim camps fighting the Middle East's new cold war
Jerusalem Post, Israel
These unprecedented attacks were joined by talk in Egypt of an "axis with evil goals," made up of Iran, Syria, Qatar and Hamas, who conspired to overthrow the Mubarak government, according to a report published on Saturday by the Egyptian daily ...
Al-Ahram: Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah tried to overthrow Egypt's Mubarak
Caught working with Iranians planning multiple-target attacks
Egypt's Shiites apprehensive as Hezbollah tensions mount
Israel, Iran and Fear
New York Times, United States
Existential threats — from Iran, from Hamas and Hezbollah, from demography — are forever invoked. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu refuses — for now — to support even the notion of Palestinian statehood. I've been thinking about corrosive Israeli ...
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AP WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says she's `deeply disappointed' by the sentencing of an American journalist for spying in Iran. A lawyer for the 31-year-old woman says she's facing eight years in prison. ...
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