US general voices concern over Iran-Venezuela ties
WASHINGTON — The United States is worried about increasingly close ties between Venezuela and Iran, a top US military official told lawmakers Tuesday. "My concern, as I look at it, is the fact that there are flights between Iran and Venezuela on a ...
Iran makes inroads in Latin American
US concerned about lack of transparency in Iran-Venezuela flights
US:Iran makes inroads in Latin American
Israel stops Iranian crude from flowing to India
India imports 12 million barrels of crude oil every month from Iran, which is the nation's second-largest supplier after Saudi Arabia. Delhi owes the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) the colossal sum of $2.8 billion. Iran, which makes up for over 12 ...
India to stop paying Iran through German bank
Germany stops helping India pay Iran for oil
India-Bundesbank Iran deal is off: German source
Iran arrests militants in restive province
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran has arrested members of a rebel group in Kurdistan province, the official IRNA news agency reported Tuesday, after several attacks on security forces in the restive border province in recent days. IRNA quoted an unidentified ...
Terrorists arrested in W Iran operation
Two rebels killed in Iran: Guards
Iran neutralizes a terror group in Kurdistan province
MP calls PGCC statement against Iran 'unacceptable'
TEHRAN – A senior lawmaker, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, has said that the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council's response to Iran's position on Saudi Arabia's military intervention in Bahrain is “invalid and unacceptable.” The PGCC in a recent statement has ...
Iran wants Saudi troops out of Bahrain
Understanding Iran: Between Central Asia and the Gulf Cooperation Council
War of words
Iran Touts Its Islamic Republic as Model for New Arab Regimes
Iran sees the turmoil in the Arab world playing to its benefit, with new governments likely to emulate the Islamic Republic's independence from the US and other Western powers, Iran's envoy to the United ...
Invoking the Arab Spring, Iran rewrites its own history
Iran's Nulcear Program
Iran News Round Up April 5, 2011
Iran: No emergency OPEC meeting
Mohammad Ali Khatibi, Iran's OPEC governor, said the recent price spike was related to the unrest, not market fundamentals, and that "any increase in such concerns will boost the prices, since oil price depends on the security of energy supply. ...
Iran: No Plan for OPEC Emergency Meeting over Oil Price
Report: Iran's OPEC governor dismisses OPEC emergency meeting despite surge in ...
Iran: No emergency OPEC meeting
Egypt's new government ready to renew country's ties with Iran
Now Egypt's transitional new government says it is ready to re-establish diplomatic ties with Iran. If an agreement is clinched, the diplomatic repercussions will reverberate across the Middle East and beyond. An historic rapprochement between Tehran ...
Egypt ready to open 'new page' with Iran: minister
Egypt Prepared To Resume Diplomatic Ties With Iran
Egypt explains shift in relations with Iran
Trend News Agency
Siemens Old Iran Business Booming As It Complies With Newer Sanctions
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Siemens' business in Iran has grown 50% over the last two years, according to the report. Siemens has not violated sanctions by completing existing contracts, the Journal reported, and it has kept a promise not to pursue any new business. ...
UANI Condemns Siemens for Increasing Its Business in Iran and Reneging on Its ...
Hundreds of foreign firms to attend Iran oil, gas show
The manager of Iran's 16th international oil and gas exhibition said Tuesday that hundreds of foreign firms will attend the show, Xinhua reported. About 460 foreign firms are taking part in the 16th International Oil, Gas, Refining, and Petrochemical ...
Iran to raise gas output to 700m cu.m
460 foreign firms to attend Iran oil show
Tehran to host OPEC's largest oil and gas expo
Journalist accused by Iran of spying for US to give lecture at University of ...
Greenfield Daily Reporter
An Iranian-American journalist who was imprisoned in Iran when accused of spying for the United States will share her experiences at a lecture later this month at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Roxana Saberi spent 100 days in custody in Tehran in ...