Obama's reticence on Iran stirs stew of opinion
By Jonathan Ernst, Reuters By David Jackson, USA TODAY President Obama is taking heat for his measured comments about the post-election protests in Iran. Obama has said he is troubled by violence against protesters in Tehran, but insists it's up to ...
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New York Times
Protesters Gather Again, as Iran Panel Offers Talks
New York Times, United States
More Photos > By NAZILA FATHI and MICHAEL SLACKMAN TEHRAN — As another day of defiance, concessions and ominous threats transfixed Iran's capital, it was increasingly apparent on Thursday that there was no clear path out of a deepening confrontation ...
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IRAN: Twitter under scrutiny as government continues media crackdown
Los Angeles Times, CA
The media crackdown is taking such a toll that even the State Department admitted on Tuesday to having asked Twitter to delay scheduled maintenance that would have cut its service in Iran, and the US-subsidized Voice of America satellite channel has ...
Video: Mousavi supporters stage another march in Iran
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UN Atomic Energy Chief Says Iran Wants Bomb Technology
New York Times, United States
By ALAN COWELL PARIS — Mohamed ElBaradei, the chief of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency, said it was his “gut feeling” that Iran's leaders wanted the technology to build nuclear weapons “to send a message to their neighbors, to the rest of ...
UN Nuclear Chief: Iran Wants Nuclear Weapons Technology
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Fears for detainees held in Iran
BBC News, UK
Human rights organisations have raised concerns that many people have been arrested in Iran in response to ongoing protests over the disputed result of the presidential election. Amnesty International says at least 170 people have been detained in ...
'Hundreds held' amid Iran protests
Ebrahim Yazdi, Iran's former foreign minister, thrown in jail
Iran Reformist Kidnapped, Family Says
Israel seeks policy change no matter who leads Iran
JERUSALEM, June 19 (Reuters) - Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Thursday the Jewish state wanted to see Iran's policy change no matter who emerged as president after a series of street protests over a disputed election. ...
Leaders worried by the rise of people power in Iran
Strike at Iran called too risky
Mossad head: Iran will have bomb by 2014
Key Iran Adviser Gains Obama's Ear
Wall Street Journal
By JAY SOLOMON WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama, facing a mounting political crisis in Iran, is increasingly relying on the counsel of a career diplomat who has been a staunch supporter of tough measures to curtail Tehran's nuclear program. ...
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Iran: US meddling...Gay activists disappointed...Lakers honored ...
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KATHLEEN TROIA 'KT' mcfarland: Obama Must Send Iran a Message ...
Obama may not have expected his call for reform to ignite as quickly as it seems to have in Iran, but now that it has started, he cannot walk away from it. Neither can he move to embrace it too openly, for fear the hardliners in Iran use it to paint ...
Commentary: Salute the 'bravehearts' of Iran
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Obama's tepid Iranian support a contrast with Reagan
Sydney Morning Herald
ANALYSIS / Iran soccer protest particularly shaming for Ahmadinejad
By Nadav Shemer, Haaretz Correspondent The anti-government protest by several members of the Iranian national soccer team Wednesday dealt a particularly embarrassing blow to Iran's rulers, despite their small scale in comparison to the mass ...
Report: South Korea vs Iran - World Cup Qualifying - AFC
Iran players don protest colours
Jason Jones talks about Iran reporting for Daily Show
Baltimore Sun, United States
Jason Jones and Tim Greenberg, the correspondent and producer responsible for the smart, funny and incredibly timely Iran segments airing on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, say they have been working around the clock for the last six ...
Daily Show Slips Into Iran, Thrives on Chaos
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`Daily Show' correspondent Jones reports from Iran