Iran's Navy Begins 10-Day Drill in Persian Gulf
22, 2011: Iran's navy chief Adm. Habibollah Sayyari briefs media on an upcoming naval exercise, in a press conference in Tehran, Iran. TEHRAN, Iran – Iran's navy has begun a 10-day drill in international waters beyond the strategic Strait of Hormuz at ...
Iran's navy begins drill in international waters, close to U.S. vessels
Gulf Ministers Float Talks on Countering a Blockade
Iran starts registering candidates for March parliamentary elections ...
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran on Saturday began registering potential candidates for March parliamentary elections, a vote that will be especially hard fought between supporters and opponents of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad within the conservative camp. ...
Iran starts registration for parliamentary elections
Iranian candidates register for March vote
Iran starts registration of candidates for parliamentary elections
Iran extols 'brotherly' ties with UAE
Mohammed Reza Fayyaz, the Iranian ambassador, stressed the importance of trade relations with the Emirates. ABU DHABI // Iran's ambassador to the UAE has dismissed reports that his country had cut trade ties with the Emirates, saying it would "never" ...
Iran denies banning trade finance for imports from UAE
Iran Central Bank rejects halting trade with UAE in dirham
Iran bans opening LCs for UAE imports
Iran Sales Sink Allot as Lawmaker Seeks Probe: Israel Overnight
25 (Bloomberg) -- Allot Communications Ltd., an Israeli maker of networking equipment, fell to a three-week low after Bloomberg News reported that the company's gear was sold to Iran and a lawmaker called for an investigation. Allot fell 5.6 percent to ...
Israel Didn't Know High Tech in Hod Hasharon Was Sent to Iran Via Denmark
Defense Ministry to probe technology sales to Iran
Israel Didn't Know Tech Gear Was Sent to Iran Via Denmark
A US judge blamed Iran and Hezbollah for the 11-S
by Vivekananda December 24, 2011 Blames Iran and Hezbollah Islamist radical movement of the 11-S with Al Qaeda and the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. The Federal Court Southern District of New York issued the decision. Considers that may require ...
US judge rules Iran responsible for 9/11
US blaming Iran for 9/11, unbelievable
Judge: Iran, Taliban, al Qaeda liable for 9/11
Iran inks $1.4b deal with local firm to build largest NGL plant
TEHRAN – An Iranian corporation, Oil Industries Engineering and Construction Company (OIEC), has signed a $1.4 billion contract with the National Iranian Oil Company to build the country's largest natural gas to liquids (NGL) plant. ...
Iran Oil Revenue Will Be $110 Billion This Year, Mehr Reports
Iran extends oil deal with Turkey for 2012 despite sanctions
TEHRAN Dec 24 (Reuters) - Iran said on Saturday it has extended its crude export contract with Turkey for 2012, state-run English Language Press TV reported, suggesting it aims to trade via Turkey to circumvent tight sanctions imposed over its disputed ...
'Anti-Iran threats, rusty weapon'
Nuke expert: Time to attack Iran
Spokesman: Most European States Oppose Oil Sanctions against Iran
Fars News Agency
Iran, India could help maintain regional peace: Velayati
TEHRAN – The Supreme Leader's advisor on international affairs, Ali Akbar Velayati, has said that Iran and India could help improve peace and security in the region. He made the remarks in an interview with reporters a day after his meeting with Indian ...
Indian PM Stresses Continued Cooperation with Iran
'No hitch in India-Iran pipeline project'
Iran: India's position at UN positive
Daughter of Iran's former president stands trial
AP TEHRAN, Iran -- The daughter of former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani has been brought to trial on charges of making propaganda against the ruling system. Her lawyer, Gholam Ali Riahi, tells the semiofficial ISNA news agency that the ...
Iran: Trial of the daughter of top cleric gets underway
Oil May Rise on Iran Geopolitical Tension, Survey Shows
23 (Bloomberg) -- Crude oil may rise next week on speculation that further sanctions against Iran will curb supply from the world's third-largest oil exporter, a Bloomberg News survey showed. Twelve of 32 analysts, or 38 percent, forecast oil will gain ...
Oil prices rise on supply worries and US data
Oil price tops $100 on global security concerns
Bad news for oil-importing nations