Ebadi predicts democratic reform will happen in Iran
Roxana Saberi is an Iranian-American journalist who was detained in Iran's Evin Prison in 2009. She is the author of "Between Two Worlds: My Life and Captivity in Iran" (HarperCollins, 2010). New York (CNN) -- For years, Nobel Peace laureate Shirin ...
Nobel Peace Prize Winner Ebadi Says Iran Is Like A 'Fire Under The Ashes'
The Education of an Iranian Revolutionary
A Nobel Winner Writes Of Peace In 'The Golden Cage'
Obama condemns 'outrageous' Syria violence, Iran aid
WASHINGTON — US President Barack Obama condemned Syria's "outrageous" use of violence, accusing the regime of seeking Iran's aid in a brutal month-long crackdown that left over 70 people dead Friday. Obama also dismissed Syrian President Bashar ...
Iran denies supporting Syria in dealing with protestors
Iran keeps nervous eye of Syria's unrest
Tehran supports the Arab spring ... but not in Syria
Iran kills four 'terrorists': report
... between security forces and members of banned Iranian-Kurdish rebel group PJAK, the Party of Free Life of Kurdistan, in the western Islamic republic operating from bases in neighbouring Iraq and Turkey. Western Iran has a sizeable Kurdish minority.
Iran kills four militants in west - agency report
Four terrorists killed in Western Iran
Iran says it offers 'moral' support to Bahrainis
TEHRAN — Iran said on Friday it gives "moral support" to the demands of Bahrain's people but without any involvement in the Shiite-led protests in the Gulf kingdom ruled by a Sunni dynasty. "Other than offering moral support to the legitimate and ...
Tehran will reciprocate if Bahrain closes Iran Embassy: MP
Rats, Roaches and Shiites
Middle East power shifts put region in state of flux
Iran, Egypt ink first agreement since Mubarak's ouster
TEHRAN - Iran and Egypt have signed the first agreement between the two countries since former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down on February 11. “On Monday, an agreement was signed between a number of Iranian and Egyptian tourism agencies ...
CM man accused of supplying Iran denies charges
COSTA MESA — Federal authorities have charged two men who own a Costa Mesa computer company with illegally exporting millions of dollars in computer-related goods to Iran. Massoud "Matt" Habibion, and Mohsen "Max" Motamedian own Online Micro LLC, ...
Three indicted in Iran computer export scheme
Robert Fisk: But what if the spirit of rebellion spread to Iran?
It is called Iran. I was interested to see what the Iranian ambassador to Beirut, Ghadanfar Rokon Abadi – a highly intelligent diplomat whom I have known since 1996 – had to say on the subject when he spoke to Lebanese students at l'Université ...
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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 ...
One Oil Superpower Isn't Cashing In On Surging Prices
The Business Insider
While oil producers from Russia to the USA increase production to cash in on triple digit prices, one country is getting screwed: Iran. Iran has had difficulty selling oil and was forced to cut production in recent weeks, sources tell Time. ...
Iran vs. Iraq: Why Tehran is Nervous about Iraqi Oil
Iran may have had a political boost from the Arab Spring in North Africa and the Middle East — with some new regimes apparently more sympathetic toward Tehran while others brace themselves against the Iranian ...
Gulf Arabs oppose cut in Iran ties: Kuwait FM
'Start a dialogue with Iran'
Kuwaiti FM calls on Iran to respect Gulf sovereignty