Al Jazeera journalist, missing in Syria, returned to Qatar from Iran
Los Angeles Times
Al Jazeera's Dorothy Parvaz, who went missing on arriving in Damascus to cover the Syrian protests, is returned to Qatar by Iran, where she had been held for most of the 19 days. Dorothy Parvaz, a former Seattle Post-Intelligencer reporter, ...
Dorothy Parvaz: Inside Syria's secret prisons
Detained Canadian journalist freed from Iranian jail
In Syria, Canadian journalist heard prisoners being tortured
Kansas City Star
Iran's first nuclear power plant 'goes operational', state radio claims
By Daily Mail Reporter Iran faced global condemnation today after it defied safety warnings and launched the country's first nuclear power plant. Western countries including the United Kingdom and the US have for years feared the controversial plant ...
UN Probes Iran Hacking of Inspectors
AP Exclusive: Diplomats: IAEA fears Iran hackers
Iran Infiltrated IAEA Electronics, Officials Allege
Iran: Publication Calls for ArrestOf President's Closest Political Aide
New York Times
The demand by the weekly Ya Lesarat, which is considered close to some of Iran's most extremist factions, reflects the fierce internal battles between Mr. Ahmadinejad and ultraconservative groups that accuse him of trying to defy the authority of ...
Iran's Ahmadinejad May Bring 'Militancy' to OPEC Meeting
Analysis: Will Iran's Ahmadinejad survive until end of his term?
Iran sets stage for tense Opec meeting
Iran, Kuwait clear way to ease diplomatic rift after spy ring claims
By AP, KUWAIT CITY — Iran's foreign minister says his nation and Kuwait's leaders have agreed to allow the return of ambassadors recalled in a dispute over an alleged Iranian spy ring. The accord is part of efforts to ease tensions after Kuwait ...
Hurriyet Daily News
Kuwait confident of Iran's goodwill: Kuwaiti emir
TEHRAN - Kuwaiti Emir Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah has said that Kuwait is confident of Iran's goodwill. The Kuwaiti emir made the remarks during a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi in Kuwait City on Wednesday. ...
Iran and Kuwait to return ambassadors
Iran urges neighbors to strive for peace
Iran's FM Dismisses Military Solution to Bahrain Crisis
China dismisses UN missile report on N Korea, Iran
Pakistan Daily Times
BEIJING: Beijing on Wednesday denied a United Nations panel report indicating that prohibited missile technology was shared by North Korea and Iran through a third country that diplomats have said was China. “I totally deny such reports,” Assistant ...
China denies role in North Korea-Iran missile trade
Iran rejects UN claims on missile program
Iran to Display New Ballistic Missiles
The Voice of Russia
Lawmakers hope to force Iran's hand on nukes
Lake Wylie Pilot
Iran could face a new array of US sanctions under proposed House legislation that's meant to force Tehran into international talks on its nuclear program. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs ...
What's the Point of Passing Iran Sanctions Obama Won't Enforce?
Berman, Ros-Lehtinen introduce toughened Iran sanctions
US policy toward Iran: a lot of bark but not enough bite
China Holds Up Report on North Korean Proliferation
Global Security Newswire
China on Tuesday prevented the release of an expert report to the UN Security Council asserting that North Korea has routinely exchanged ballistic missile equipment with Iran, Reuters reported (see GSN, May 17). (May. 18) - The UN Security Council, ...
Rep. Howard Berman Co-Introduces New Iran Sanctions Legislation
Tighter US sanctions willnot intimidate Iran, says spokesman
'US sanctions won't hinder Iran N work'
Analysis: Al Qaeda's interim emir and Iran
Long War Journal
Al Adel's relationship with Iran will undoubtedly garner more attention now that he has reportedly assumed, at least temporarily, one of al Qaeda's top roles. Indeed, the early press accounts have noted that al Adel lived under some form of house ...
Iran could play role in al-Qaida, post-bin Laden
Bin Laden death means possible power struggle in al Qaeda
Iran could play role in al-Qaeda, post-bin Laden
Concern Over Human Rights Abuses in Iran
US Department of State (press release)
The United States is deeply concerned that Iran continues to deny its citizens and other persons within Iran their human rights. Judicial cases, trials, and sentences continue to proceed without transparency and the due process rights enshrined in the ...
UN special rapporteur can visit Iran: Larijani