New York Times
Iran President and Challenger Clash in Debate
New York Times, United States
By NAZILA FATHI TEHRAN — A moderate politician who is considered the strongest challenger to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran accused him on live television on Wednesday of undermining the nation's interest by constantly questioning the Holocaust ...
Video: Mir Hossein Mousavi
Iran's candidate says Ahmadinejad humiliated Iranians
Iran rivals clash in live debate
Voice of America
'No Israeli plan' to bomb Iran
BBC News, UK
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has said his country is not planning unilateral military action to disable Iran's nuclear programme. Speaking on a visit to Moscow, he said it was not Israel's job to deal with Iran alone, which he described ...
Video: Russias arms trade does not destabilize Middle East
Israel gives mixed signals on any attack on Iran
Israeli FM: No Plans to Bomb Iran
The Associated Press
GOP e-mails hit Obama on Iran, nukes
The National Republican Congressional Committee yesterday issued a provocative fundraising email that hit President Obama on the issue of Iran and nuclear weapons. "Iran as a nuclear power. Does that sound appealing to you?" the email asked. ...
US invites Iran to 4 July events
Minister Ya'alon: Iran more dangerous than North Korea
Despite tensions, US, Israel still talking about Iran
Earthtimes (press release)
Sarkozy tells Iran to seize nuclear talks or suffer
By Francois Murphy PARIS (Reuters) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned Iran on Wednesday it faced deeper international isolation if it did not agree soon to talks with the world's biggest powers on Tehran's nuclear program. ...
Sarkozy warns Iran of isolation over nuclear programme (2nd Roundup)
France warns Iran of isolation over nuclear program
Sarkozy slams Iranian leader for Holocaust remark
Iran makes arrests over unrest, bomb find
By Hossein Jaseb and Fredrik Dahl TEHRAN, June 2 (Reuters) - Iran has made many arrests in connection with deadly unrest in its southeast and planned violence elsewhere in the country, officials said on Tuesday, 10 days before the Islamic Republic's ...
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Iran fire kills at least 5 during sectarian clashes in Zahedan
Sunni rebels claim Iran mosque bombing: SITE
All Israeli options against Iran on table - Barak
WASHINGTON, June 3 (Reuters) - Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak refused on Wednesday to rule out a military strike on Iran, his comment came just hours after Israel's foreign minister said the Jewish state would not do so. ...
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Israel keeps all options against Iran: Barak
Obama: Iran may have right to nuclear energy
Rebels Fire on Bus in Iran, Killing a Passenger
New York Times, United States
By REUTERS TEHRAN (Reuters) — Rebels opened fire on a bus in southeastern Iran on Tuesday, killing one passenger, while the police said they had arrested dozens of people in street disturbances in the region in the past few days. ...
US Condemns Terrorism In Iran
One killed, two wounded as gunmen shoot at bus in Iran
Sunni rebel group takes claim for highway attack in Iran
Iran says China gas deal valued at $4.7 bln
TEHRAN, June 3 (Reuters) - Iran's newly-signed contract with China National Petroleum Corporation on developing a part of the Islamic's state South Pars gas field is estimated to be worth $4.7 billion, a senior Iranian oil official was quoted as saying ...
Iran, China sign $5 bln gas deal
Iran says China replaces Total in South Pars project
Iran signs 4.7 billion dollar gas deal with China
Los Angeles Times
Obama to hear Saudi worries on Iran, discuss oil
By Ulf Laessing RIYADH (Reuters) - US President Barack Obama is set to discuss with King Abdullah the Arab-Israeli conflict, diplomatic overtures toward Iran and oil prices when he starts a tour to the Middle East and Europe in Riyadh on Wednesday. ...
Video: Mideast Mission: What should Obama accomplish?
Iran, Mideast peace likely Obama focus in Saudi
Iran may send envoy to Obama's address
The Next Case of Failed Diplomacy Could Be Iran
Wall Street Journal
Iran was shaken by the speedy US-led defeat of Saddam Hussein's regime. US troops were now on two borders, Iraq and Afghanistan, and the Iranians had to wonder if they were the next target. Yet Tehran played its weak hand shrewdly. ...
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Assessing Obama's 'Smart Power' Approach to Foreign Policy Making
Happy Memorial Day. I Have a Nuclear Bomb.