US Warns Turkey On Iran Trade
Wall Street Journal (blog)
A top US official said to reporters that he warned Turkey about trading with Iran, a country under international sanctions for its nuclear program. “I have urged the Turkish government to assist Turkish banks in protecting ...
U.S. prods Turkey to enforce Iran sanctions
US Warns Turkey That Iran Could 'Abuse' Trade Ties
Iran hails Turkey as 4th trade partner
IRAN: Tehran squirms as crackdown by ally Syria creates global uproar
Los Angeles Times
In an interview on Iran's Arabic-language Alam TV on Saturday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast, unable to sidestep addressing the concerns about unrest in Syria, vaguely and tactfully stated that Iran respected the sovereignty of other ...
Syria neighbors fear future without Assad family
Analysis: Syria unrest could destabilize Lebanon
Chaos in Syria is shaking alliances
Iran urged to come clean on cyber virus
IRAN was urged yesterday to reveal more information about a new computer virus that the regime says has hit the country less than a year after its nuclear program was attacked by the Stuxnet cyberworm. Western experts were wary about whether the claim ...
Computer Worm Wreaking Havoc on Iran's Nuclear Capabilities
Iran Alleges Espionage Over Internet Worm
No news may mean no virus backing Iran cyber-attack claim
Trend News Agency
Iran, Turkmenistan discuss gas trade
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (R) and his Turkmen counterpart Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov (L) launch the second phase of the Iran-Turkmenistan gas pipeline in an official on November 28, 2010. The Iranian president and his Turkmen counterpart ...
Iran, Turkmenistan agree on gas transit
Iran, Turkmenistan sign gas transit agreement
Persian Gulf, Central Asia in trade link deal
Iran steps up rate of public executions: Amnesty
LONDON (Reuters) - Iran has sharply stepped up its use of public executions, hanging 13 men this year, nearly as many as in all of 2010, in an attempt to intimidate its citizens, Amnesty International said on Wednesday. Eight of the hangings have taken ...
Iran First Country to Execute Juveniles This Year, Amnesty Says
Sharp rise in public executions as Iran executes first juvenile offenders in 2011
Musician Yusuf Islam Asks Iran to Free US Hikers
Yusuf Islam, the British musician formerly known as Cat Stevens, is calling for the release of two American hikers charged with spying in Iran. A video of Islam pleading for Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal to be freed on humanitarian and justice grounds ...
Cat Stevens Pleas for Release of Hikers
Yusuf Islam just can't keep it in
Ahmadinejad and Khamenei rift appears to widen in Iran
Iran's president was missing from a cabinet meeting on Wednesday for the second consecutive time adding to speculation that the rift with the country's supreme leader was widening on Wednesday, agencies reported. ...
Iran's president and supreme leader in rift over minister's reinstatement
Enemies targeting Iran's economy: Leader
Iran hikes bread prices again amid ailing economy
UC Berkeley grad subpoenaed for court hearing in Iran
San Jose Mercury News
Sarah Shourd, the UC Berkeley graduate who was released from an Iran prison in September following a July 2009 arrest on spying charges, has been subpoenaed to return to Iran for a May court hearing. Shourd, 32, of Oakland, ...
IRAN: American hiker, released on bail after being detained in 2009, is ...
Iran wants Shourd to return from US for trial
Iran tells American to return
Iran And The Internet
Voice of America
Iran is the least free country in the world when it comes to the internet. "Authorities block opposition and media websites, target social media, and steal identifying information." -- US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Iran is the least free ...
Connective technologies have revolutionized revolutions
The Ice Melts In Iran's Cold War With Egypt
But for the past three decades, the realities of geography dividing Egypt and Iran have been stretched into a yawning chasm by the shadow of one Khalid Islambouli. The Islamist army officer who assassinated Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in 1981 in ...
Iran and the New Egypt: Better Relations, Greater Competition
Matt Gurney: Iran can build nukes and support Hamas. But leave dogs alone
Strange Bedfellows: Egypt Warming Up to Iran