Israel waiting for Argentina reply on Iran bombing request
Argentinian tabloid reports Iran reportedly requested the S. American country to drop investigation into bombing of Jewish targets. Israel's envoy to Buenos Aires has asked the Argentinean authorities for a response to a ...
Israel asks Argentina to clarify talks with Iran ahead of visit
Israel asking Argentina if it stopped inquiry into Jewish centre bombings to ...
Argentinean FM's Israel visit may be cancelled
Assad's fall could deliver Lebanon to Iran and Hezbollah
Washington, Israel, Turkey and Iran all have great reasons to want Assad to remain at the helm - he's seen as a safety valve against an attack by Hezbollah on Israel or against its physical takeover of Lebanon. By Zvi Bar'el Tags: Israel news Syria ...
Lebanon watches unrest in neighbouring Syria with concern
Time for Nasrallah and Obama to talk?
Obama freezes out Chavez, while Iran comes courting
The omission stands in stark contrast to the danger that analysts say Mr. Chavez poses to US foreign policy with his ever-deepening ties to Iran and continued support for guerrilla groups across Latin America. Allies are worried about him, ...
China and US among top punishers but death penalty in decline
Photograph: Eric Risberg/AP China, Iran, North Korea, Yemen and the US carried out the most executions last year, bucking a global trends towards abolition of the death penalty, a report has said . China again was by far the world's most prolific ...
Executions fall around world – but not in China
Middle East, China have most executions
Death Penalty in 2010: Executing countries left isolated after decade of progress
Iran gives Nowruz gift to Turkmenistan
Earlier in March, Berdimuhamedov had signed a decree to send 1000 tons of flour to Iran to mark the beginning of the Iranian New Year. The decree was signed in a cabinet meeting to further expand the friendly ties between Iran and Turkmenistan and to ...
Iran kicks off celebrations for International Day of Nowruz
Afghan President Karzai in Iran for meetings
Iran's President Gifts Plane to Turkmenistan Counterpart
Iranian lawmakers slam UN human rights resolution against Iran
TEHRAN, March 27 (Xinhua) -- A number of Iranian lawmakers criticized the United Nations Human Rights Council for adopting an anti-Iran resolution, local satellite Press TV reported on Sunday. On Thursday, the UN Human Rights Council voted for an ...
Lawmakers slam anti-Iran UN resolution
Iranian lawmakers slam UN human rights resolution
Human Rights Council Acts to Investigate Iran
Qatar denies seizing Iran arms ships
Sunni-ruled Bahrain, where Shiite-led protests broke out on February 14, accuses Shiite-led Iran of meddling in its affairs and elements of the Bahraini opposition of links with foreign powers.
Report: Qatar stops Iranian ships carrying weapons
Qatar denies seizing weapon-laden Iranian ships
Qatar Seizes Iranian Boats Carrying Weapons
It's about the Price of Watermelons: Subsidy Reform in Iran
International Affairs Review
Both Khamenei and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad realize that the burdens of the economic sanctions and increasing unemployment will play a crucial role in Iran's political situation. In the region's current state, the fallout of Iranian subsidies could ...
Iran - US defeats in region to continue
'Iran, Hezbollah assisting in Syria protest suppression'
Israel has raised concerns that Iran and Hezbollah are participating in the suppression of demonstrations in Syria, reported Army Radio on Sunday. The report states that according to a Foreign Ministry official in Jerusalem, local protesters have said ...
Hizbullah and Iran Helps Syria Kill Protesters
Washington sees pros and cons in Syria turmoil
Syrian clashes leave at least 12 dead
Rousseff and Lula da Silva together in Portugal 'day-after' Iran vote
Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff and her predecessor Lula da Silva will be meeting this week for an international event in Portugal, just a few days after the new government abandoned a pro-dialogue with Iran position for a more neutral stance. ...
Brazil's HRC vote against Iran 'not a policy change'