Observations from Iraq, Iran,
Los Angeles Times
Thanks to a deal brokered by Greek officials, the Libyan government has agreed to allow three Dutch marines captured after a failed evacuation mission in Libya last month to leave Tripoli for Athens Thursday, according to the Associated Press, ...
Rep. Rothman Asks Clinton About Iran, Libya, and Bahrain
Rothman's questions centered on America's strategy regarding concerns about Iranian influence in the Kingdom of Bahrain, Iran's pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability, progress in Iraq, and the situation in Libya. Thank you, Madam Chairman. ...
Iran A Loser In Changing Middle East
Iran expels AFP journalist
"Thus to attack this journalist and AFP, as the Iran authorities have done, is totally unjust and unjustifiable," he added. "AFP is dedicated to providing rigorous and balanced coverage of events in Iran as it does everywhere. ...
French news agency says its deputy bureau chief expelled from Iran, no reason ...
AFP Journalist Expelled From Iran
Iran expels AFP reporter for covering protests
Blow to Iran opposition
Mr Mousavi and his supporters are branded `seditionists` by the conservative lobby, and that makes Mr Rafsanjani, one of Iran`s richest men, a `supporter` of sedition. The Assembly of Experts elects the spiritual leader and is supposed to guide him. ...
Iran's ayatollahs battle 'Jasmine Revolution' infection
Iran's Assembly fo Experts calls for prosecution of opposition leaders
Battered And Bruised, Rafsanjani May Have Fought His Last Battle
Enemies don't want Iran to be a model: Leader
TEHRAN - Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said the enemies are attempting to undermine the potential of the Islamic Republic of Iran to serve as a model for other countries. The Leader made the remarks in ...
'Iran will chase invaders beyond borders'
Not property, live-stock or slaves
The Mullah's Enforcers---Iran's Revolutionary Guard
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Iran slams US, EU for questioning nature of its nuclear activities
VIENNA (Xinhua) -- Ali-Asghar Soltanieh, Iran's envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), lashed out on Wednesday at the United States and the European Union (EU) for questioning the nature of his country's nuclear activities. ...
Iran: UN Security Council not credible
Presidential Advisor Blasts UNSC for Discriminatory Decisions
Iran Continues its `Drive to Enrich Uranium,' Defense Agency's Chief Says
Iran to issue €3bn in South Pars bonds
Iran's deputy oil minister says the Islamic Republic plans to issue €3 billion worth of bonds to develop the South Pars gas field. Ahmad Qal'ebani made the remarks on Friday, adding that it will be the first time Iran is offering participation bonds to ...
Iran to issue 3 bln euro bond locally for gas field
Iran to issue 3 bln euro bond for gas field
NIOC Head: Iran's revenues from oil and gas exports to increase five-fold
Iran continues enrichment under IAEA
BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhuanet) -- Iran has repeated its determination to continue its nuclear enrichment program despite growing international suspicion and condemnation. Describing a halt to the process as 'impossible,' Tehran's nuclear chief said work ...
World Powers Urge Iran to Return to Nuclear Talks
EU's Ashton: EU To Continue Twin-Track Approach To Iran
Iran's Nuclear Program Keeps on Coming
New Yorker (blog)
The Films Of Abbas Kiarostami: A Retrospective
Indie Wire (blog)
Considering the near-impossible restrictions and generally repressive atmosphere in Iran, it's extraordinary the degree to which the country's film industry has flourished in the past 30 years. Perhaps the best known of the Iranian filmmakers, ...
The Video Q | Juliette Binoche on 'Certified Copy'
Abbas Kiarostami's “Certified Copy”
Imitated romance abound in Certified Copy
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Iran ready to send aid to Japan quake victims
Faqih added, “We have also announced Iran's readiness to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and Japan's Red Cross Society, and if Japan makes a request the aid will be sent as soon as possible.”
Iran offers to aid Japan quake victims
Iran ready to supply aid to quake victims in Japan