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Iran Is Exploring Nuclear Weapons, Watchdog Says
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—The United Nations' nuclear watchdog said it has uncovered new information indicating that Iran is exploring ways to militarize its nuclear program, including ways to affix atomic weapons onto long-range missiles. ...
Iran increases uranium stockpile
Iran adding advanced equipment to uranium plant, UN nuclear watchdog says
Setback Is Reported at an Iranian Nuclear Plant
San Luis Obispo Tribune
Broomall man convicted of selling to Iran items of military use
A Broomall man was convicted yesterday on federal charges that he defied US sanctions against Iran by scheming to illegally export computers and other materials that could have had military applications to the country. ...
FBI: Broomall Resident Convicted of Illegal Trading with Iran
Iranian national convicted of sending banned products to Iran
Iran Claims Arrest of 'CIA Collaborator'
Voice of America
Iran's intelligence minister says authorities have arrested an Iranian who he says was working with the US Central Intelligence Agency in connection with recent anti-government protests in Tehran. Heidar Moslehi told state TV Thursday that the ...
Foreigners guiding opposition, Iran says
Iran's Intelligence Minister Announces Arrests
Iran arrests 2 over Tehran disturbance
Hurriyet Daily News
Iran's Karroubi isolated but determined: website
TEHRAN — A key figure of Iran's reformist opposition, Mehdi Karroubi, vowed to continue his struggle with "determination" in a video recorded before his complete isolation and posted on Sahamnews.org "I hope that we will overcome the current problems ...
Iranian Opposition Schedules New Protests
Obama needs to support Iran democrats - now
Iran Opposition Leaders Issue Reform Charter
Iran sells more oil as Libyan exports dwindle
TEHRAN/LONDON, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Iran is taking advantage of Libya's turmoil and dwindling exports to sell more crude that it has found difficult to offload due to economic sanctions. ...
Refiner Saras looks east to replace Libya oil-UPDATE 3
DOJ gets reporter's phone, credit card records
WASHINGTON — A court filing in the case of a former CIA officer accused of spilling secrets about Iran's nuclear program provides new details about the extraordinary measures Justice Department ...
Gov't spying on NYT reporter revealed
NYT's James Risen Was Spied On By Feds: Politico
Federal Investigators Spied On New York Times Reporter James Risen
New Republic: Iran Green Movement Needs Water
Iranians carry a large green flag through the crowd as they demonstrate in the streets on June 15, 2009 in Tehran, Iran to protest the re-election of Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Iranians carry a large green flag through the ...
'Iran Revolution inspires Muslim nations'
Iran: Internal Image of Officials Contradict Their Public Persona
Revolution not in the cards in Iran
Los Angeles Times
Obama seeks a new approach on Mideast
Los Angeles Times
When Iran cracked down on street protests that erupted after its 2009 elections, he was criticized for not doing enough to support the demonstrators and losing an opportunity to pressure Iran's theocracy. The president has made muted statements about ...
Security and Defense: Channeling chutzpah
Iran sent 2 warships through the Suez Canal this week. Does Israel's test of the Arrow 2 on the same day send a sufficient message of deterrence? On Tuesday, Israel and Iran went to war – not a real war but one of messages and signals. ...
Germany Responds to Iran's Suez Provocation
Iran warships dock in Syria: diplomatic source
Syria: Iranian Warships Arrive With 'Message of Peace'
COLUMN-Obama, Iran and a push for policy change:Bernd Debusmann
Los Angeles Times
The opinions expressed are his own) By Bernd Debusmann WASHINGTON, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Could the administration of President Barack Obama hasten the downfall of Iran's government by taking an opposition group off the US list of terrorist organizations? ...