New York Times
In Shift, Egypt Warms to Iran and Hamas, Israel's Foes
New York Times
Egypt's shifts are likely to alter the balance of power in the region, allowing Iran new access to a previously implacable foe and creating distance between itself and Israel, which has been watching the changes with some alarm. ...
Ice melts in Iran's cold war with Egypt
Qatar favors resumed Iran-Egypt ties
Egypt and Iran Assassinating Middle East Peace Once Again
India May Pay Iran Oil Imports via Turkey
India is exploring payments via Turkey for oil imports from Iran, an Indian oil ministry source was quoted by Reuters as saying on Wednesday. Iran is India's second biggest oil supplier after Saudi Arabia and imports total about $12 billion a year. ...
US warns Turkey against financial transactions with Iran
Turkey Replaces Britain as Iran's 4th Trade Partner
U.S. prods Turkey to enforce Iran sanctions
Iran: Reformist MPs demand Ahmadinejad's impeachment
Adnkronos International English
Ahmadinejad's administration is also accused of losing billions of dollars of Iran's oil revenues in recent years. The reformist lawmakers have asked speaker Ali Larijani to consult the entire 290-member parliament, according to the procedures set by ...
Iran's president and supreme leader in rift over minister's reinstatement
Iran: Islamist bloggers divided over Ahmadinejad-Khamenei rift
Iran: Cabinet convenes without Ahmadinejad for second time
As the Worm Turns: Iran Sees Stars
Gholam-Reza Jalali, director of Iran's passive defense organization, told the Mehr News Agency on Monday officials had discovered the second worm, called Stars, which is "likely to be mistaken for executable files of the government," according to a ...
Iran 'targeted by new computer virus'
Iran investigates Stars virus
Iran Hit With New "Cyber War" Computer Virus
Kansas City Star
Bahrain expels Iran embassy man over 'spy links'
The report named the official as Hujatullah Rahmani and said Iran's charge d'affaires in Bahrain was summoned on Monday to the foreign ministry where the decision had been conveyed to him. Earlier this month, Iranian state television said three of ...
Bahrain Sees Hezbollah Plot in Protest
In jumpy Persian Gulf, Sunni-Shiite tensions rise
Bahrain expels Iran diplomat, Iran warns of response
Iran: Palestinian reconciliation will defeat occupation
Egypt's new foreign minister, Nabil al-Arabi, recently asked Iran to "open a new chapter" in their relationship, and Iran even designated an ambassador to Cairo, which will be sent there soon for the first time in over 30 years. Abbas and Haniyeh. ...
Palestinian unity could end Israel's 'ruthless' occupation, Iran official says
Iran FM: Palestinians united against the Zionists
Iran welcomes Hamas-Fatah reconciliation agreement
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
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
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
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
Americans Held in Tehran Get Court Date
Trend News Agency
Iran, Turkmenistan agree on gas transit
TEHRAN - An Iranian foreign ministry official said that Iran and Turkmenistan have agreed for transit of 20 million cubic meters of Turkmen gas via Iran. Gholamreza Ansari, the economic chief director of foreign ministry, told Mehr news agency that the ...
Iran, Turkmenistan discuss gas trade
Iran, Turkmenistan sign gas transit agreement
Persian Gulf, Central Asia in trade link deal