Hurriyet Daily News
Obama should test Iran's nuclear offer
While in New York for the opening of the UN General Assembly in September, Ahmadinejad on three occasions made an unambiguous offer: He said Iran would stop all enrichment of uranium beyond the levels used in civilian power plants — if his country is ...
Iran Intensifies Campaign of Intimidation Against BBC, Broadcaster Says
Only one solution to Iran: Regime change
Analysis: Iran's biggest financial scam weakens Ahmadinejad
Islamic Republic News Agency
Iran Escalates Tensions With US Over Persian Gulf
Iran's perception of the United States' declining power in the Middle East and its dream of capitalizing on regional instability have provoked two actions in recent days: Tehran now has vowed to send naval vessels to the Atlantic Ocean and perhaps the ...
Mideast turmoil boosts oil routes threat
Strait of Hormuz on 24-hour Iran watch
Iran defense systems monitor Strait of Hormuz 24 hours
Islamic Republic News Agency
Social rules clash with reality for Iran's youth
Iran is governed by a version of sharia law which in theory prohibits any mingling between members of the opposite sex outside marriage or close family. While social rules were relaxed under reformist former President Mohammad Khatami, who was first ...
Iran's growing bluster spells danger
Iran Ready to Send Peacekeeping Troops to Crisis-Hit Countries
'Iran fully prepared to counter threats'
My Fox Boston
Insider: Iran Will Be 'Next Chernobyl'
My Fox Boston
Iran is the only country with a nuclear power plant that has not joined the Convention on Nuclear Safety, which obliges signatories to observe international safety standards and share information. Sami Alfaraj, head of the Kuwait Centre for Strategic ...
Cables Say Syria, Iran Illegally Moved Cash to North Korea
Wall Street Journal
In the cables, viewed by The Wall Street Journal, US officials warned their counterparts in Jordan that North Korea was using Amman-based Arab Bank PLC to receive money from Syria and Iran, circumventing international sanctions. The US has said, ...
Lawyer for Iran pastor expects verdict from tomorrow
Pakistan Daily Times
Nadarkhani, now 32, converted from Islam to Christianity at the age of 19 and became pastor of a small evangelical community called the Church of Iran. He was arrested in October 2009 and condemned to death for apostasy under Islamic sharia law, ...
NEWS ALERT: Iran Pastor's Execution Verdict Expected Monday; Ruling Delayed
Iran: “Speak up and pray out loud” for Iranian pastor
Christian pastor in Iran faces death sentence
Pakistan's Relations with Iran, China Face Obstacles
Voice of America
October 06, 2011 Pakistan's Relations with Iran, China Face Obstacles William Ide Relations between Pakistan and the United States have sunk to their lowest point in decades. And to make up for the rift, Pakistan has put renewed emphasis on its ...
Iran Says Antonov-158 Built With Ukraine May Fly in 2013
Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- A model of the Antonov-158 airliner jointly built by Iran and Ukraine's Antonov Co. may be in use in Iran as early as 2013, said Iran's state-owned Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Co. The Persian Gulf country ...
Iran plans to build wide-body aircraft
First Iranian-Ukrainian passenger plane to fly in 2013
Iran may build Ukraine Antonov-158,
India, Iran explore payment options for crude imports
NEW DELHI: India and Iran are working on a long-term solution to settle payments for crude oil imports from the Gulf nation through banks in South Korea and Russia after New Delhi managed to pay long pending dues to Tehran through Turkey's Halkbank. ...
India, Iran agree on payment mechanism for trade
Iran, India working around oil impasse
India, Iran solve debt payments issue
Saudis crush dissent and point finger at Iran for trouble in eastern province
It also alleged that the trouble was directed by an unnamed "foreign country" – no prizes for guessing that meant Iran. Unofficial Saudi experts were far less coy, comparing what happened in Awamiyah to the tactics used by Shia protesters in nearby ...
GCC Blasts Iran for Sowing Instability After Saudi Riots
Riot-hit Saudi town 'calm' after Iran fears
What if oil goes above $200 a barrel?