Clinton Says Iran Seeks to 'Hijack' Mideast Protests
Voice of America
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Friday accused Iran of trying to exploit and hijack democracy protests in the Middle East and North Africa. Clinton spoke at the end of a NATO foreign ministers meeting in Berlin focusing on Libya and regional ...
Clinton: Iran Trying to Exploit Middle East Unrest
Our View: As Middle East upheaval continues, Iran advances
Syria denies any Iran role in quelling protests
UN rights chief urges probe of deaths at Iraqi camp
Ashraf is the base of the People's Mujahideen Organization of Iran, which the United States, Iraq and Iran consider a terrorist organization, although the European Union removed it from its terrorism blacklist in 2009. The group, seeking the overthrow ...
Massacre proves the dangers of Iran's influence in Iraq
UN rights chief seeks Iran exile camp probe
Video Captures Iraqi Forces Killing Iranian Dissidents
Clinton Says Iran Trying To Hijack Mideast Revolts
by AP AP US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's shadow is cast as she speaks during a press conference at the US Embassy in Berlin, Germany, Friday April 15, 2011, following a visit to the city for the NATO Foreign Ministers summit. ...
Clinton says Iran trying to derail Mideast revolts
Clinton warns creeping intolerance, influence from Iran could derail Arab ...
Iran orders Hamas to block Palestinian reconciliation: Abbas
RAMALLAH, Palestinian Territories — Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas said Friday that Iran has ordered the Islamist movement Hamas not to reconcile with its long-time foe and his secular party, Fatah. "Until now Hamas refuses to say yes or no to the ...
Report: Iran supplied Hamas with rockets
Haaretz WikiLeaks exclusive / Iran providing Hamas with smuggle-ready rockets ...
The Next Gaza War Will Be a Coordinated Attack
Globe and Mail
The New Cold War
Wall Street Journal
There has long been bad blood between Iran and Saudi Arabia, but popular protests across the Middle East now threaten to turn the rivalry into a tense and dangerous regional divide. By BILL SPINDLE and MARGARET COKER Many see a heightened possibility ...
Iran urges UN to help stop 'killing' of Bahrainis
Iran urges UN prompt action on Bahrain
Iran warns UN of escalation of Bahrain crisis
Italy invites Iran to Expo 2015
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has sent a letter to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, inviting Iran to take part in Expo 2015. Berlusconi officially invited the Islamic Republic to participate in the international event, which will be ...
Globe and Mail
US fears Iran is meddling in Syrian protests
The United States said on Thursday that Iran appears to be helping Syria crack down on protesters, calling it a troubling example of Iranian meddling in the region and an indication that Syria's President Bashar Assad is not interested in real reform. ...
US Says Iran Helping Syria Quell Protests
Mideast Digest: Syria may be turning to Iran for help
Iran helping crackdown in Syria: US
Chinese firms dominate Iran oil exposition
TEHRAN — Chinese companies, widely present in Iran thanks to the vaccum created by the departure of Western firms, dominated the Iranian oil, gas and petrochmemical exhibition that began Friday, an AFP reporter said. "This year, 166 Chinese companies ...
Iran says oil price 'logical', 'good for us'
Minister Stresses Iran's Key Role in Energy Security
'Iran safest place for foreign investors'
Mideast unrest could boost Iran, but it faces upheaval at home
Christian Science Monitor
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reacts during a news conference in Tehran, Iran, on April 4. By Roshanak Taghavi, Correspondent / April 15, 2011 Tehran has much at stake in the tumult wracking the Middle East, with popular uprisings in the region ...
Ahmadinejad: Hegemonic powers Attempts to Thwart Iran's Progress have Failed
Ahmadinejad Forecasts 'Imminent End' of US and 'Zionist' Influence
President: Nations to Expel Westerners from Region
Trend News Agency
Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan to discuss regional trade: Salehi
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said on Friday that Iran is seeking to increase the volume of trade in the region in cooperation with Turkey and Azerbaijan. Salehi made the remarks in Urmia, West Azerbaijan Province, which will host a ...
FM Terms Ties with Neighboring States "Iran's Top Priority"
Iran hails ties with Baku, Ankara
Foreign Minister: Iran's ties with Azerbaijan and Turkey at high level