Iran Unrest Reveals Split In US on Role Abroad
Washington Post, United States
By Scott Wilson Iran's post-election tumult has exposed the sharply divergent ways in which the Obama administration and its Republican opponents view the nature of American power and the president's role in speaking to political dissent outside the ...
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The Early Word: Obama on Iran
White House sees no 'justice' in Iran
US Scrambles for Information on Iran
New York Times, United States
With no diplomatic relations and with foreign journalists largely expelled from the country, an administration that was already struggling to make sense of Iran finds itself picking up tidbits about the crisis in the same ways private citizens do: ...
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New Amateur Videos Reportedly Show Police, Protesters Clash in Iran
McCain's Iran Neda speech raises domestic political stakes for Obama
Los Angeles Times
Iran authorities acknowledge voting irregularities
Los Angeles Times, CA
Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, ordered the protesters to halt their marches and ridiculed the vote-fraud allegations as he stood strongly behind Ahmadinejad in his Friday prayer sermon. But the Guardian Council, whose members are ...
Video: Reports: Tear Gas Used on Iranian Protestors
British embassy in Iran warned as protests crushed
Russia says Iran's election an "internal affair"
Netanyahu Heads to Europe With Settlements, Iran on His Agenda
By Gwen Ackerman June 23 (Bloomberg) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heads today to Europe, where he hopes to temper criticism there of his West Bank settlement policy and highlight the need for harsher sanctions against Iran. ...
Netanyahu to focus on Iran during European visit
Israel's top leaders voice support for Iran demonstrators
Iran turmoil likely to benefit Israel
A Royal 'We Shall Overcome' for Iran
Washington Post, United States
By Dana Milbank It seems somewhat unlikely that a resident of Potomac will be the next ruler of Iran. But Reza Pahlavi, son of the shah and the country's former crown prince, is not ruling out anything. As Tehran's streets fill with ...
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Former shah's son urges louder protest of Iran rights abuses
shah's son calls crisis a 'moment of truth'
Italy says Iran appears to have declined G8 invite
ROME, June 22 (Reuters) - Italy said on Monday that Iran appeared to have rejected an invitation to this week's Group of Eight foreign ministers meeting, after a deadline passed for Tehran to signal its participation. Foreign Minister Franco Frattini ...
Italy Min: Iran Considered A No-Show For G8 Summit
Italy presses Iran for response to G-8 invitation
Italian FM: Iran yet to respond to G8 invitation
Crude Oil Falls on World Bank Forecast for a Deeper Recession
Unrest continued in Tehran over the results of elections in Iran, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' second- largest producer. Iran's Revolutionary Guards said security forces will crush further protests. “The recent developments in the ...
Oil ends at two week low
Oil prices fall on economic concerns
Oil falls below $68 as optimism on economy wanes
Iran: where did all the votes come from?
BBC News, UK
By Paul Reynolds A statistical analysis has now been published to try to support the claim that the opposition in Iran is right to question the declared result. On the face of it, there seems no reason to doubt the official numbers. ...
Chatham House Study Definitively Shows Massive Ballot Fraud in ...
Canadian PM calls for Iran to release journalists
OTTAWA (AFP) — Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Monday called on Iran to halt its assault on press freedoms and release all political prisoners and journalists, including Canadians. Iranian authorities should "immediately cease the use of ...
IRAN: At least 24 journalists arrested since disputed election
World's media seeks ways around Iran clampdown
In Iran, massive media crackdown enters second week
Embassy staff families leave Iran
BBC News, UK
The families of British embassy staff in Iran are being withdrawn because of political unrest there, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has said. Embassy staff themselves will not be pulled out and it is hoped their family members would return ...
Europeans pressure Iran to end protest crackdown
Foreign Office withdraws families amid Iran embassy threat
Britain evacuating families of staff in Iran