Ex-Pentagon official: Captured spy plane seems fake
The unmanned spy plane recently captured by Iran appears to be a fake, according to a former Pentagon official. By Sepah News, via AP A photo released by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is purported to be of a US ...
Iran to display downed US, Israeli "spy drones" in possession: report
Air Force Deploys Newest Armed Stealth Drone to Afghanistan
Foreign spy drones in Iran's possession to be put on display
Iran Tries to Repair Saudi Arabia Split
Wall Street Journal
BEIRUT—Iran's diplomatic overture to Saudi Arabia this week appeared designed to smooth over allegations that Tehran had tried to assassinate a top Saudi envoy, suggesting Iran is stepping up efforts to safeguard its role as a key ...
Iran says visit by intelligence chief to Saudi Arabia sought to refute US ...
Iran ready to start nuclear work in bunker: sources
Iranian students hold up their hands as a sign of unity as they form a human chain around the Uranium Conversion Facility (UCF) to show their support for Iran's nuclear program in Isfahan, south of Tehran, November 15, 2011. ...
Iran Says It May Move Uranium Enrichment to 'Safer Places'
Iran may move its nuclear enrichment plants
Iran to transfer nuclear production across series of secret facilities
House backs crippling sanctions on Iran, prospects for legislation uncertain
WASHINGTON — The House on Wednesday endorsed harsher sanctions on Iran as it seeks to weaken Tehran economically and derail its pursuit of nuclear weapons. The overwhelming votes of 410-11 and 418-2 were largely symbolic, however, as the Senate was ...
US House of Representatives endorses tough sanctions on Iran
ANALYSIS: US's Iranian obsession — II —SP Seth
Iran's Energy Sector Targeted as House Passes Sanctions Measures
Iran: Saudis Not Compensating If Tehran Sanctioned
Ahead of Wednesday's talks, Iran had sought lower production for the cartel, which would raise prices. But it apparently bowed to Saudi Arabia, which wanted to maintain levels and which effectively sets OPEC policy as its largest producer. ...
Iran: Saudis not compensating If Tehran sanctioned
OPEC Opts to Increase Its Level of Output
Iran says 'not concerned' over possible oil sanctions
Explainer: Iran's Threat to Blockade The Strait Of Hormuz
By RFE/RL A hard-line Iranian newspaper considered to speak for Iran's supreme leader has come out in support of closing the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf, the world's most important oil-shipping lane, as punishment against countries that have ...
Iran may "shut down" the Strait of Hormuz if attacked by the U.S.
Iran will close Hormuz if attacked
Iran denies plan to close vital oil-transit strait
Pentagon chief says US at turning point in Afghan war, pledges to continue ...
KABUL, Afghanistan — US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Wednesday the US will continue to conduct intelligence operations from Afghanistan like the recent mission that led to the loss of a drone over Iran, and he gave an upbeat assessment of the ...
Afghanistan 'does not want role in US-Iran hostilities'
Karzai to US: Keep us out of your Iran mess
How Much Influence Will Iran Have In Iraq?
Shiite Iran is seeking greater influence in Iraq, and Iraq's Sunni neighbors are doing the same. Shiite worshipers march after cutting their scalps in a ritual display of mourning during an Ashura ceremony outside Kadhimiya shrine in Baghdad on Dec. 6. ...
A growing Iranian threat, in wake of US military withdrawal from Iraq this month
US troop pullout will help foster Iraq's independence: Iran
House approves defense bill on detainees, Iran
The bill, which passed on a vote of 283 to 136, also imposes new sanctions against Iran's central bank and pre-emptively freezes some aid to Pakistan. In recent weeks members of Obama's national security team had expressed opposition to the section ...
House passes defense bill on detainees, Iran, Pakistan
White House drops veto threat on defense bill
Waukegan couple from Iran plead not guilty to voter fraud
A Waukegan couple who are Iranian immigrants could face up to five years in prison and deportation if found guilty of falsifying documents on voter applications. Mahmoud Vakili, 67, and his wife Parvin ...