US Urges Greater Iran Sanctions Implementation
AP UNITED NATIONS – The United States is urging the UN Security Council to redouble efforts to implement sanctions against Iran. US Ambassador Susan Rice told the council Wednesday that fully implementing sanctions "will show Iran there is a price to ...
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Iraq extends deadline for Iranian exiles to leave refugee camp
BAGHDAD — Under international pressure, the Iraqi government on Wednesday backed off its threat to close a refugee camp holding 3400 Iranian exiles by the end of the month. Instead, Iraq said it will shut Camp Ashraf sometime in January and insisted ...
Iraq extends deadline for Iran camp closure
Iraq sets deadline for Iranian exiles to leave Camp Ashraf
Iraq extends deadline for closing Iranian camp
Jailed Iranian-American worked on electronic translators, colleague says
By Matt Smith, CNN Iranian state television aired what it called a "confession" by 28-year-old Amir Hekmati over the weekend. (CNN) -- An Iranian-American ex-Marine accused of spying on his ancestral homeland helped develop an electronic translator for ...
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US Joins EU Push to Embargo Iran Oil Over Nuclear Effort
21 (Bloomberg) -- The Obama administration and European governments are seeking help from Arab and Asian allies to reduce Iran's oil revenue in the dispute over its nuclear program, while trying to avoid causing a surge in prices that may threaten the ...
Sanctions hit Iran firms harder
US efforts to cut off Iran's oil exports put Japan in tight spot
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GOP contenders split on Iran, what about voters?
Washington Post (blog)
By Scott Clement The remaining Republican presidential hopefuls clashed fiercely over Iran's nuclear ambitions in the final debate before the Iowa caucuses, with Ron Paul clearly staking out a position of non-intervention at odds with the others. ...
DOD adviser: US risks Iran becoming 'de facto' winner in Iraq
The Hill (blog)
By Jeremy Herb - 12/21/11 05:32 PM ET A new report analyzing the aftermath of the Iraq War says the US risks losing influence in Iraq to Iran as a result of the eight-year conflict. The latest Sunni-Shiite tensions are evidence that Iraq “still does ...
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Iran deterred planned invasion: IRGC
The commander of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says, during the 2000s, the country managed to deter an invasion planned against it by its enemies. “In the 1380s [on the Iranian calendar (2001-2011)], the enemies attempted to launch a ...
IRI missile capability deters enemy threats: IRGC Commander
Facing reality about Iran
By Adm. James A. Lyons Now that the last US troops have withdrawn from Iraq, the question of how to deal with Iran's aggression and its drive to develop a nuclear weapon remains less than clear. At the White House meeting on Dec. ...
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Washington Flails as Chaos Threatens Iraq: Will Iran Stoke or Douse the Fires?
The Prime Minister's attack on the Sunni political class signals a new round of political brinkmanship, with the danger of a relapse into civil war exacerbated by regional tensions, particularly between Iran — the main outside patron of Maliki's ...
Analysis: Neighbors eye Iraq's sectarian rift with unease
Iran retrieves government websites to foil cyberattacks
Iran has ended the hosting of almost all of its government websites in other countries, moving the projects to Iranian facilities to safeguard key data and counter possible cyberattacks, according to state-run media reports. “Over 30 000 Iranian ...