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Colombia: 4 Accused in Iran Sting
New York Times
By REUTERS Four members of a Colombian family have been indicted on charges of trying to export 22 F-5 fighter jet engines to Iran in a sting operation by United States federal agents, American officials said Wednesday in an indictment in Miami. ...
Family Members Charged In Conspiracy To Export Fighter Jet Engines To Iran
Family Members Charged in Plan to Send F-5 Engines to Iran
Four charged in plot to export jet engines to Iran
Web Firm Suspects Iran Hacked Into It
Wall Street Journal
Comodo Group Inc., a Jersey City, NJ, company that issues digital certificates to assure Internet users of websites' authenticity, said Wednesday it had issued nine such certificates to what turned out to be fraudulent websites set up in Iran. ...
Iran Suspected After Comodo Partner Issues Rogue SSL Certs
Firm points finger at Iran for SSL certificate theft
Google, Yahoo, Skype targeted in attack linked to Iran
US hoping for special UN investigator on Iran
US diplomats say they are confident of getting the necessary support to create a special United Nations investigator for the human rights situation in Iran. The Associated Press US diplomats say they are confident of getting the necessary support to ...
Frictions seen easing in troubled UN rights body
Iranian Delegation's Lack of Credibility at the Human Rights Council
US confident of support for special UN human rights investigator on Iran
Obama on Iran's Dissidents
Wall Street Journal
In his 2009 greeting, he became the first US President to refer to the "Islamic Republic of Iran," the name preferred by the country's ruling clerics. The US seeks "engagement that is honest and grounded in mutual respect," the President said to an ...
Obama: Iran's government leading campaign of abuse
Iran's economic policy 'linked' to unrest
Iranians in South Korea celebrate Nowruz
Bahrain airlines stop Lebanon, Iran, Iraq flights
MANAMA — Bahrain's two carriers said Wednesday they have suspended flights to Lebanon, after a halt in services to Iran and Iraq, where Shiite communities have also slammed the kingdom's handling of protests. Bahrain last week carried out a bloody ...
The Bahrain crisis and its regional dangers
Iran quietly altering Mideast balance of power
Analysis: Oil interests muted Bahrain criticism
Trend News Agency
UN: More concern over Iran's nuclear plan
UNITED NATIONS: The UN Security Council on Tuesday expressed its desire to better enforce sanctions against Iran and reiterated its concern about the country's alleged plans to build nuclear weapons. The United Nations has passed four rounds of ...
Iran snubs U.S. sanctions extension
Iran Breaching Nuclear Sanctions: UN Powers
India for peaceful resolution of Iranian nuclear issue
If Obama can bomb Libya, a President Palin can bomb Iran without Congress's OK
Christian Science Monitor
To put it crudely: As a matter of logic, if President Obama can bomb Libya without congressional authorization, then a future President Palin could bomb Iran without congressional authorization. If, God forbid, we ever get to that fork in the road, ...
Is Libya Really About Iran?
Iran-style mess in Libya dogs Obama
Libya and War Powers
Iran Announces Launch of Its Unmanned Flying Saucer
Of course, it's possible Iran's news agents chose to illustrate their announcement with a screen shot from a 1950s B movie. But the Fars News Service does not explain the photo's origin, simply stating that the flying saucer was unveiled in a special ...
Iran Claims They've Built a Flying Saucer
Iran's flying saucer Zohal recalls 'Plan 9 From Outer Space'
Turkey confiscates 'banned material' from Iranian plane
Turkish officials have confiscated materials that breech UN sanctions on Iran from an Iranian cargo plane, the Turkish Foreign Ministry announced late on Tuesday. The plane, a civilian Ilyushin, en route from Tehran to Syria, was forced to land at ...
Turkey confiscates UN sanctioned cargo from Iran plane
Turkey seizes cargo of Iranian plane, says it violates UN sanctions
'Turkey Finds Weapons on Iran Cargo Plane, Arrests Crew'
Jerusalem Bombing Raises Fears Of Militants' Ties To Iran
The Business Insider
Some have pointed to more shadowy militant groups with ties to Syria and Iran, such as the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades-Imad Mughniyah and the al-Quds Brigades (the armed wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad). Stratfor notes that before the bombing this ...
Arab Terror and Israel
25 civilians injured in attack at crowded bus stop outside convention center