Obama Reluctant to Toughen Stance on Iran
New York Times, United States
By MARK LANDLER WASHINGTON — With Iran on a razor's edge after a week of swelling protests, the Obama administration has fended off pressure from both parties to respond more forcefully to the disputed election there. But if Iranian authorities carry ...
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Iran's chokehold on media brings social networking sites to the fore
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
CNN.com featured images sent from cell phones in Iran through Twitter accounts. Firsthand reports from the social networking service were featured in The New York Times and newspapers around the globe. According to Associated Press reports, ...
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Watchdog boss: Iran wants nuclear weapon technology
(CNN) -- The head of the UN nuclear watchdog agency says it's his "gut feeling that Iran definitely would like to have the technology" enabling it to possess nuclear weapons. Mohamed ElBaradei, the IAEA's director-general, believes Iran wants nuclear ...
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IRAN: US House of Representatives votes to condemn Iran crackdown
Los Angeles Times, CA
[Updated at 12:45 pm: Senate condemns Iran's crackdown on demonstrators, following similar vote in House (AP).] Hours after supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned protesters against trying the patience of Iran's rulers, the US House of ...
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Amid turmoil in Iran, Google and Facebook speed up Farsi-language ...
San Jose Mercury News, USA
By Scott Duke Harris and Elise Ackerman Iran's political turmoil has accelerated language translation services from Facebook and Google, enhancing the ability for protesters and others to discuss allegations of a rigged national election among ...
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Iran protests extraordinary, courageous: White House
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The massive protest in Iran over the outcome of that country's election is an extraordinary and courageous event that has surprised many, the White House said on Friday. "I think you're definitely witnessing something ...
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The Associated Press
Feared Basij militia could transform Iran showdown
The Associated Press
CAIRO (AP) — They're the most feared men on the streets of Iran. The pro-government Basij militia has held back its full fury during this week's street demonstrations. But witnesses say the force has unleashed its violence in shadowy nighttime raids, ...
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IRAN: Gates and Mullen talk Twittering, texting, the modern ...
Los Angeles Times, CA
And Gates noted, with apparent pleasure, that some unnamed countries around the world (can you say Iran and China?) can try to block these evolving communications but can no longer shut them all down. But the questioning and conversation itself evolved ...
Ebadi speaks out over Iran poll
BBC News, UK
She also repeated a call for new elections to be held in Iran. Ms Ebadi said the number of people on the streets of Tehran was not what she would have expected if the election had been run openly and fairly. "My feeling is that more than a million ...
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UK's Brown steps up criticism of Iran
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown condemned violence and media curbs in Iran Friday in his strongest comments since the disputed presidential election a week ago. The Foreign Office summoned Iran's ambassador Friday to complain ...
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