Opposition-linked cleric pushed out in Iran
Minneapolis Star Tribune
TEHRAN, IRAN - The Iranian opposition's most powerful sympathizer lost his post Tuesday as head of the clerical body that oversees the country's supreme leader. Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, a former president, was displaced as head of the ...
In Iran, a Critic Steps Down From Key Post
Iran's former president Rafsanjani steps down from assembly role
Iran: Rafsanjani Ouster a Defeat for Regime's anti-Ahmadinejad Camp
Trend News Agency
US spooks say Iran not seeking nukes
US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper will present the report on Iran's nuclear program at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing this week. An annual US intelligence report to Congress has affirmed the peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear ...
Amano's remarks on Iran are made under pressure: official
IAEA under heavy political pressure: Iran
Iran rejects nuclear criticism from UN watchdog
Both leaders of Iran's opposition and their wives, Fatemeh Karroubi and Zahra Rahnavard, notionally all under house arrest, have disappeared, their families say, following raids on their homes by security forces on February 24th. ...
How Obama Can Help Iran's Opposition
Website Claims Iran Opposition Leaders At Home, Says 'Sorry'
Iran forces fire tear gas at protesters: opposition website
Iran seeks more U.S. information on ex-FBI agent
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran urged the United States on Tuesday to provide it with more information on a former FBI agent who vanished in the Islamic state in 2007, adding it would "make an effort" to find him. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said last ...
Iran opposes long-term US presence in Afghanistan
Iran Asks US for New Info on Missing FBI Agent
Iran Says It Has 'No Trace' of Missing Ex-FBI Agent Levinson
US warns Zimbabwe on Iran nuclear ties
WASHINGTON, March 8 (Reuters) - The United States on Tuesday warned Zimbabwe it could face international penalties if it helped Iran's nuclear program in defiance of UN sanctions and a global arms treaty. State Department spokesman PJ Crowley said ...
Zimbabwe To Sell Uranium to Iran?
US sends Zimbabwe a warning over nuclear cooperation with Iran
US warns Zimbabwe over Iran nuke cooperation
The Holocaust documentary "Shoah" is being broadcast in Iran.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Satellites are banned in Iran, but many Iranians have them and therefore could watch the film, which includes survivor testimony. The broadcast is sponsored by the Aladdin Project, an independent, international nongovernmental organization based in ...
French Holocaust film "Shoah" to be broadcast in Persian
Holocaust film to be seen in Iran
The Reading List: Holocaust documentary being show in Iran
Trend News Agency
Moussavi website: Tear gas fired to disperse Iran protesters
(CNN) -- Security forces in Iran's capital used tear gas to disperse protesters near Revolution Square Tuesday, according to the website of opposition leader Mir Hossein Moussavi. Iran's opposition movement called for demonstrations to mark ...
Iran's unveils Comprehensive Scientific Plan
Iran, India Underline Development of Relations
Salehi calls for activation of Iran-India ties, develop cooperation
West Africa Rising: Regional ties to Iran, Libya may be on the wane
Christian Science Monitor
Diplomatically, West Africa may be moving closer to the West as two of its most controversial trading partners – Iran and Libya – suffer setbacks and instability. This region has long been a place where rogue nations, isolated in the world, ...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
That being derived from the crippling of Iran's nuclear ambitions without loss of American lives, the engagement of troops, and without massive military expenditures in arms and equipment. Without publicly admitting their joint role in delaying Iran's ...
Failure at Iran's Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant Raises Concerns About Safety
Global Insights: The Mystery of Iran's Slow Nuclear Pace
Russia says will complete Bushehr project 'in near future'
No need for more OPEC oil: Iran
DUBAI (Reuters) - There is no need for OPEC to boost oil production because consumer worries over supply are mostly "psychological" and not based on any real shortage in the market, Iran's OPEC governor Mohammad Ali Khatibi said on ...
OPEC mulls boosting output, Iran sees no need
Iran: No oil output increase needed from OPEC members
Crude oil turns higher after Iran downplays OPEC output boost