Reports: Iran uses tear gas to disperse protesters
AP TEHRAN, Iran — Police used tear gas and batons Tuesday to disperse antigovernment protesters demanding the release of opposition leaders in the biggest clashes in Iran's capital since demonstrators stormed back to the streets two weeks ago, ...
Protesters in Iran Clash With Police
Clashes between security forces and protesters reported in Iran
Iran cracks down on protesters
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Salehi meets Swiss president, Serbia FM
In a meeting with the Swiss president on Tuesday, Salehi said there is much common ground for cooperation between Iran and Switzerland, IRNA reported. Salehi and Calmy-Rey discussed ways to enhance bilateral ties in various areas as well as the latest ...
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by Bill Moore With a fair share of the Middle East in turmoil at the moment, Iran's President Ahmadinejad found time to not only condemn the use of violence by the Qaddafi regime in Libya against peaceful protesters -- something his own ...
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Iran says fuel not unloaded at Bushehr nuclear site
TEHRAN, March 1 (Reuters) - Iran has not unloaded fuel at its Bushehr nuclear power plant, its Foreign Ministry spokesman told Reuters on Tuesday, contradicting information from a senior Iranian envoy. "The nuclear fuel has not been unloaded at the ...
Iranian reactor stalled by damaged pump
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OIL FUTURES: Crude Jumps On Middle East Unrest, Iran Protests
Wall Street Journal
But its potential spread to wealthier countries that produce a larger portion of the world's crude supplies--such as Iran and Saudi Arabia--pushed US futures toward $100 a barrel. Iranian security forces fired tear gas in clashes Tuesday with ...
Crude Oil Climbs From One-Week Low as Iran Protests Add to Supply Concern
Oil surges $5 on fears unrest may reach Saudi, Iran
Tracking the market and economic trends
Los Angeles Times
Gates Calls Mideast Changes a 'Setback' for Iran, al-Qaida
Voice of America
Gates said Iran also comes out a loser in the unrest, particularly because its security forces have repeatedly used violence to put down popular unrest. “The behavior of the militaries in Tunisia and in Egypt, and, except for a brief period of violence ...
Middle East Revolutions Undermine al-Qaida, Iran
Rogge dismisses Iran's complaint that Olympics logo is racist
Sydney Morning Herald
The president of the International Olympic Committee has dismissed claims by Iran that the London 2012 Olympics logo spells the word "Zion" and is racist. The Iranian National Olympic Committee complained this week that the logo, which was unveiled in ...
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Arab protest wave undermines Al-Qaeda, Iran: US
WASHINGTON — US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Tuesday that protests across the Arab world have dealt a major setback to Al-Qaeda militants and Iran by endorsing democratic change. "It basically gives the lie to Al-Qaeda's claim that the only ...
Gates: Mideast Unrest An “Extraordinary Setback” For Al Qaeda, Iran
Clinton warns Latin American over ties with Iran
WASHINGTON — The United States will take action if Venezuela violates international sanctions against Iran, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Tuesday as she defended outreach to the Cuban people. "If there is any evidence that they have ...
Libya incidents no pretext for military intervention: Iran
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Iran ready to talk with P5+1 over common issues: spokesman
How will revolutions affect Iran?
It was sent from abroad, and although we were talking about Libya, Egypt and Tunisia, this person drew attention to Iran. The message said: “Hello, I am Azim from Iran. The ordeals we are suffering are nowhere to be found. Why don't you talk about Iran ...
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