The Southern Ledger
Abtahi: Iran's reformists to launch strong challenge to incumbent ...
"The policies of Mr. Ahmadinejad have hampered and impeded Iran, both in foreign affairs and economy," Abtahi, who was vice president from 2001 to 2004 in former reformist President Mohammad Khatami's administration, told Xinhua in a recent interview. ...
Reform candidate's wife new political star in Iran
SMS, internet campaigns prove controversial in Iran election
Iran reformists use the Net to rally presidential bid
Reporter Saberi thanks Clinton for pushing Iran
By Sue Pleming WASHINGTON, May 27 (Reuters) - Freed US-Iranian reporter Roxana Saberi thanked US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in person on Wednesday for pressing Iran to release her from a Tehran jail where she was held on charges of spying. ...
Clinton greats Saberi on return from Iran prison
Clinton celebrates journalist's release from Iran
Saberi Thanks Clinton for Support
Voice of America
Poll: Iran's Mousavi takes lead in presidential campaign
TEHRAN, May 27 (Xinhua) -- Iran's presidential hopeful Mir-Hossein Mousavi takes the lead in 10 major Iranian cities, the local Press TV reported Wednesday, citing a recent poll. The poll conducted in Iran's 10 big cities showed that Mousavi is ...
Video: No more Facebook in Iran
Iran lifts ban on Facebook
Iran's Presidential Election Campaign Heats Up
Top Obama Aide Sees Growing Consensus Against North Korea, Iran Nukes
Voice of America
By Al Pessin President Barack Obama's national security adviser says there is a growing consensus in the world that North Korea and Iran should not be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons. The comments were made in the first public appearance in his new ...
Video: US military in South Korea 'pushing' the North - 28 May 09
Lessons for our stance with Iran
Israeli FM: World must act to thwart DPRK, Iran nuclear ambitions
Former diplomat: Iran won't stop nuclear work
Los Angeles Times, CA
By Borzou Daragahi Reporting from Beirut -- Short of the tremendous cost and risk of war, what would it take to get Iran to stop producing the nuclear material that one day could be used to build weapons? The short answer, according to an emerging ...
Latest Study Supports View That Iran Attack Unlikely To Work
Karoubi embodies liberal hopes in Iran vote
The Leveretts get Iran all wrong
Iran's Ahmadinejad rejects Western nuclear proposal
Washington Post, United States
By Parisa Hafezi and Zahra Hosseinian TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday rejected a Western proposal for it to "freeze" its nuclear work in return for no new sanctions and ruled out any talks with major powers on the ...
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Iran Hosts Regional Summit Meeting
Iran's Ahmadinejad wants to debate Obama at UN
Earthtimes (press release)
Iran Sends Warships to International Waters
Voice of America
By VOA News Iranian media say Iran has sent six warships to international waters, including the Gulf of Aden, just days after it test-fired a new ballistic missile. Iranian news agencies and newspapers quote Iran's navy commander, Admiral Habibollah ...
Iran Sends 6 Warships to International Waters in 'Saber Rattling' Move
Iran sends 'six warships' to international waters
Iran Grows Bold
Israel fears a nuclear Iran
San Francisco Chronicle, USA
But give Iran a bomb or two and it will be able to guarantee Hezbollah and Hamas - or a coalition of Muslim states - a secure fallback position if they attack Israel and lose. Then there is inter-Islamic rivalry. If Iran gets a bomb, it will send a ...
Israeli, US officials huddle in UK over settlements, Iran
Jerusalem Post, Israel
By HERB KEINON Six days after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu returned from Washington, he dispatched a team of confidants to London on Tuesday for talks with US Middle East envoy George Mitchell that are expected to focus on Iran and a looming clash ...
Video: Israel: isolated though position
Obama in Netanyahu's Web
Focus on Iran Overlooks Actual Palestinian History
Venezuela, Bolivia deny supplying uranium to Iran
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, NY
WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Venezuela and Bolivia denied an accusation in an Israeli government report that they are supplying uranium to Iran for its nuclear program. The secret Israeli document containing the allegation was prepared in advance of Deputy ...
Israeli intel: Venezuela ferried weapons to Syria, providing ...
Bolivia denies supplying Iran with uranium
Israel Could Roll Back Settlements for US Cooperation on Iran ...