Iran: UN Official Says Iran's Nuclear Program May Be Aimed at Making Atomic ...
New York Times
By AP The head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency, Yukiya Amano, said Monday that he could not guarantee that Iran was not trying to develop atomic arms. He also said that Iran might have worked on a nuclear arms program later than 2004, ...
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Holocaust documentary to be shown in Iran via satellite TV
International Business Times
A famous documentary about the Nazi Holocaust, Shoah, will be broadcast on a Satellite TV channel which shows programs in Iran. The landmark 1985 film by Claude Lanzmann will be dubbed into Farsi and broadcast starting Monday on the private Pars ...
Holocaust film to be seen in Iran
Holocaust Documentary To Air In Iran
Film about Holocaust to be shown in Iran
EU calls on Iran to release Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mahdi Karroubi
The European Union's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton has issued a strongly worded statement condemning the routine repression of the political opposition and civil society in Iran and called for the release ...
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US sends warship to Mediterranean as part of Iran defense
By JPOST.COM STAFF The United States on Monday sent a warship capable of shooting down ballistic missiles to the Mediterranean Sea as Washington began implementing its plan to protect Europe from a potential Iranian nuclear attack, The Washington Post ...
Failure at Iran Nuclear Power Plant Raises Concerns About Safety
The reactor building at the hybrid Russian-German Bushehr nuclear power plant in southern Iran. Photographer: Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images A shattered cooling pump at Iran's only civilian nuclear-power ...
Bushehr plant marks the start of nuclear energy use: Russian ambassador
Iran-Kenya relationship benefits all independent nations: Ahmadinejad
TEHRAN – President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that Iran plans to promote ties with Kenya and believes that strong relationship between Tehran and Nairobi will benefit all independent nations. “The two countries, in the current situation created by ...
Iran to invest in industry, agriculture
Ahmadinejad: Iran, Kenya Seek Growing Expansion of All-Out Cooperation
Iran shelves its yellow 'fortress' plans for new embassy in Kensington
'Iran approves of any Lebanese decision on next govt.'
TEHRAN - Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has said that Iran approves of any decision that the Lebanese make about the next government in the country. Salehi made the remarks during an interview with the Beirut-based Al-Akhbar newspaper, ...
Ahmadinejad: Iran-Azerbaijan ties firm
FM Underscores Azerbaijan's Special Importance to Iran
Salehi: Iran, good neighbor and partner for Azerbaijan
Iran has the most negative influence: BBC poll
LONDON — Iran is the country seen as having the most negative influence in the world, according to an annual survey by BBC World Service published on Monday. The Islamic Republic was followed by North Korea and Pakistan in the survey of negative and ...
Israel grouped with Iran, North Korea as world's least popular countries
Poll: Israel among the world's least popular countries
BBC Poll: Israel Ranks with Iran, North Korea as One of World's Most Unpopular ...
Editorial: White House Hypocrisy Costs At The Pump
Investor's Business Daily
This week's disturbing development: Zimbab- we's deal to provide uranium to Iran for its nuclear program. The Zimbabwe of Robert Mugabe, or "Pol Pot in a Saville Row suit," as one of his political opponents has called this tyrannical butcher, ...
Zimbabwe To Sell Uranium To Iran: Reports
Iran Scrounges For Uranium
Zimbabwe to sell uranium to Iran in exchange for fuel
The view from Tehran: Iran's Lebanon policy in Nasrallah's hands
Daily Star - Lebanon
TEHRAN: Iran is a key player in Lebanon, there is no doubt about that. But if Lebanese visitors to Tehran are expecting Iranian officials to indulge in lengthy conversations over the political crisis in Lebanon and the role of their ally ...