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U.S. charges three over computer exports to Iran
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three US citizens and their two companies were indicted on Thursday for illegally exporting millions of dollars worth of computers to Iran via the United Arab Emirates, the Justice Department said. It said Jeng Shih, 53, ...
Three Individuals, Two Companies Indicted For Iran Export Conspiracy
THREE INDIVIDUALS AND TWO COMPANIES INDICTED FOR CONSPIRING TO EXPORT MILLIONS ...
Iran, Egypt to bury the hatchet?
FOR the first time in 30 years, Egypt and Iran have agreed to establish diplomatic relations. Following the January 25 revolution, which ended in the removal of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, the two countries have ...
The desire for war in Iran
Our flexible understanding of democracy
West was not interested in a compromise with Iran: ElBaradei
WikiLeaks: Ahmadinejad grooms chief-of-staff to take over as Iran's president
Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, consults his chief-of-staff, Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei. Photograph: Alireza Sotakbar/ISNA Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei, Ahmadinejad's chief-of-staff, is positioning himself as a candidate who will champion a nationalist ...
Iranian leader rebuffs Ahmadinejad over official's dismissal
Ahmadinejad hails Iran's unique history
Iran's Leadership in Political Spat Over Key Post
Reuters Blogs (blog)
Iran Assists Its Ally Syria
Voice of America
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Syria and Iran are close allies, as is demonstrated once again by Iran's support for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in the face of anti-government demonstrations that have spread across Syria. ...
Clinton doesn't want Iran taking 'one iota of credit' for Mideast revolutions
Terror labels shouldn't benefit enemies
Don't Politicize Terror Designations
Lunch Break: The latest enemies of Iran – dogs and their owners
In past years, animal-rights activists in Iran have persuasively argued that sporadic campaigns against dog ownership are politically motivated and unlawful, since the prohibition surfaces in neither the country's civil laws nor its Islamic criminal ...
Iran set to criminalize dog ownership over being part of vulgar Western culture
Man's worst friend: Dogs set to be banned in Iran as MPs brand them a 'blind ...
Iranian lawmakers propose ban on dogs, which are considered 'unclean'
Iranian Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi: Sanctions Okay, Nuke Program Is 'Propaganda'
WASHINGTON -- Iran's leading human rights activist and its only Nobel Peace Prize winner softened her stance against economic sanctions aimed at the Islamist state -- even as she abandoned her defense of its nuclear program. Shirin Ebadi, a prominent ...
Iran Sanctions Bill Introduced in House
US Congress mulls new sanctions against Iranian regime
New Legislation Targets Iranian Civilian Flights
Raid on Refugee Camp in Iraq Raises Questions
Voice of America
The group has been in Iraq for decades - given shelter by Saddam Hussein in the 1980's during the Iran-Iraq War. But on this day there was not much to see when journalists toured parts of the Camp the day after the alleged raid. ...
Iranian journalist with ties to East Bay killed in April 8 raid by Iraqi forces
Camp Ashraf Escapee Says MKO Bans Marriage, Radio, Internet
Judiciary Chief Urges Trial of MKO Ringleaders
Kuwaiti FM calls on Iran to respect Gulf sovereignty
People's Daily Online
Kuwaiti foreign minister on Thursday called on Iran to stop interfering in the internal affairs of its Gulf neighbors and respect their sovereignty. Sheikh Mohammad Sabah Al-Salim Al-Sabah told the Al-Arabiya television that the spy ring Kuwait busted ...
Gulf Arabs oppose cut in Iran ties: Kuwait FM
'Start a dialogue with Iran'
Iran: Students launch sit-in, chant 'Death to Israel'
Business Daily Africa
New Internet freedom report ranks Estonia first, Iran last
The report found that while Estonia was atop the list, Iran came out on the bottom, as its Internet is highly restricted. In a new 410-page report published earlier this week, Freedom House, an American NGO, Estonia has been named the country with the ...
Sobering league table shows West not exempt from internet patrol
Freedom Going Viral Means Trouble For Dictators
Report: government cyberattacks against own citizens intensifying
Argentina's Timerman quashes report on deal with Iran
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
Argentina's foreign minister denied a report that his country had a deal with Iran to quash the investigation into the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center. Hector Timerman during a radio interview while in Ukraine said Thursday that ...