Clinton condemns Iran crackdown
"It has been made clear to the world that Iran denies its citizens the same fundamental rights it continues to applaud elsewhere in the Middle East." Massive police deployments in Tehran have prevented large-scale protests from erupting but as ...
Clinton: Iran crackdown has killed protesters, abused human rights
US puts sanctions on 2 Iranian officials
Treasury Sanctions Iran Human Rights Abusers, Colombian Drug Network
Iran says Israel outraged by Iranian warships' passage through Suez Canal
"The Zionist regime (of Israel) was shocked by the presence of Iran's naval ships in the Suez Canal and this is the reason why the regime has made propaganda in this regard over recent days," Iran's Deputy Army Commander Brigadier General Abdul-Rahim ...
As the Mideast Boils, Iran Stirs the Pot with Ships to the Suez
US: Iran ships must follow international law
Israel Calls Iranian Ships in Mediterranean 'Provocation'
Iran will benefit from this Arab spring
As upheaval sweeps the Middle East, optimists have hoped that Iran would soon follow Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. In fact, the opposite has happened. As shown by its audacious decision to dispatch warships through the Suez Canal for the ...
Iran Opposition Leaders Issue Reform Charter
Iran's Approach to the Arab Uprisings
Iran's Protests and Economic Realities
As Arab world shakes, Iran's influence grows
San Jose Mercury News
MANAMA, Bahrain -- The popular revolts shaking the Arab world have begun to shift the balance of power in the region, bolstering Iran's position while weakening and unnerving its rival, Saudi Arabia, regional experts said. ...
US at odds with Bahrain, Saudis over Iran's role in regional unrest
Bahrain: Two Seas, Two Sects
Explainer: Tensions between Sunnis and Shiites
Iran blames Dakar cut on 'foreign influence'
TEHRAN — Iran on Wednesday blamed foreign "influence" for Senegal's decision to cut diplomatic ties with the Islamic republic. Senegal cut ties with Iran over accusations that it delivered weapons to separatist rebels in its restive southern Casamance ...
Senegal Government Breaks Diplomatic Ties With Iran Over Weapons Shipments
Senegal cuts ties to Iran
Iran 'surprised' by Senegal's move
Iran leader urges Gadhafi to allow free speech
(AP Photo/Vahid Salemi) By Ben Birnbaum Iran's president on Wednesday told Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi and other embattled Middle East leaders to “let their peoples express their opinions and then follow their notions,” Iran's state-run Islamic ...
Iran's Ahmadinejad slams Libya crackdown on protesters
Iran leader urges Gaddafi to allow free speech
Iran's Ahmadinejad condemns killings in Libya
Trend News Agency
Official: Iran, NKorea are in 'one trench'
AP TEHRAN, Iran -- North Korea's deputy foreign minister says Tehran and Pyongyang are in "one trench" in the fight against "arrogant powers." Vice-minister Pak Kil Yon made the remarks during a meeting with Iranian Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi. ...
Iran praises N Korea's resistance to US
North Korean deputy foreign minister meets Iranian FM
Senate advances bill to ban Iran investment
Salt Lake Tribune
SB112 » The Utah Senate gave preliminary approval to a bill that would prohibit the state from investing in petroleum companies that do business in Iran. “This is a unique situation dealing with a nation that supports terrorism, ...
Iran is celebrating Mubarak downfall with Suez crossing
Iran is underlining an improvement of relations with Egypt - perhaps at the chagrin of Cairo's military regime - while at the same time indirectly threatening Israel. By Amos Harel Israel and Iran on Tuesday exchanged signals on the sidelines of the ...
The Middle East Channel: Obama is helping Iran
In fact, we want to up the ante and wager that not only will the Islamic Republic still be Iran's government in a year's time, but that a year from now, the balance of influence and power in the Middle East will be tilted more decisively in Iran's ...
Regime Change Ripe in Iran, Say Former Military Officials
The Middle East: Liberalism? No! Islamic Renaissance? Not Really! Demise of ...