Freed US Hiker Not To Attend Espionage Trial In Iran
(RTTNews) - Sarah Shourd, one of three American hikers accused by Iran of spying for the United States, has indicated that she will not be returning to the Islamic Republic to stand trial over espionage charges as she has been diagnosed with ...
American hiker says she won't appear for trial in Iran
Freed US hiker not returning for spy trial in Iran
American hiker charged with spying by Iran will not return to face trial
Iran's reaction to Osama death ranges from skepticism to conspiracy theories
International Business Times
The reaction in Iran to the death of Osama bin Laden covers a wide spectrum from disbelief to the accusation that the al-Qaeda terror chief was actually a puppet for Israel and the United States. An Israeli news agency, Ynetnews, reported that one ...
Iran: US should leave region
Iran's Armed Forces Equipped with New Anti-Armor, Anti-Chopper Weapons
Iran: Bin Laden Was a “Zionist Puppet”…
Bipartisan bill on Iran seeks more support for dissidents
The Iran Human Rights and Democracy Promotion Act is co-sponsored by Sens. Mark Kirk, Illinois Republican, and Kirsten E. Gillibrand, New York Democrat, and Reps. Robert J. Dold, Illinois Republican, and Theodore E. Deutch, Florida Democrat. ...
Lawmakers introduce human rights into Iran sanctions debate
Mark Kirk, Bob Dold address Iranian human rights violations
Iran Presidential Aide Detained for Backing Film About Mahdi
An Iranian cleric and presidential aide has been detained for backing a film about a key figure in the Shiite Muslim faith, state media reported. Abbas Amirifar, who heads President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's ...
Is Ahmadinejad Islamic Enough for Iran?
Syrian Crisis Grows, and Iran's Inner Circle Gets Edgier
FACTBOX-Key political risks to watch in Iran
Middle East Online
Analysts: Fallout of Syrian Violence Ripples in Lebanon
Voice of America
Analysts say the challenge to the Syrian regime could have a serious ripple effect in the region, particularly in Lebanon and Iran. Syria's influence is perhaps felt the strongest in Lebanon, where the two countries have had a sometimes rocky ...
Lebanese fear fallout from Syria violence
Osama killed but Hezbollah increasing its power in Lebanon
Iran Wants Syria to Look Into Missing Journalist Case, Asr Says
Iran's foreign ministry wants Syria to look into the case of an Al Jazeera journalist who went missing in Syria on April 29, Asr-e-Iran reported. “I hope that it is not true, but if that is the case, ...
Iran presses Syria over missing journalist
Family, friends of journalist detained in Syria search for information
Syrian officials confirm they have detained Seattle journalist Parvaz
US congressional report: Iran offering support to al-Qaida
Iran's Revolutionary Guard is offering support to al-Qaida and is increasing its links to the terrorist group, AFP quoted a US congressional panel as saying in a report released on Wednesday. The report was released by the Congressional Anti-Terrorism ...
Report highlights alleged Iran force's Al-Qaeda links
Turkey, Iran boost energy, trade ties despite growing US pressure
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey and Iran have signed three agreements over the past three weeks to boost their relationship in almost all fields amid growing pressure from the United States on Ankara to halt ties with its neighbor. Energy ministers from both sides announced ...
Tehran, Ankara sketch energy cooperation roadmap
Iran, Turkey expand relations in energy affairs
'Iran, Turkey finalize energy roadmap'
Trend News Agency
Iran rejects renewed Arab accusation
Iran has condemned the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC) over what it calls "baseless accusations and hostility" on the part of the council's member states. The so-called [P]GCC member states issued a statement at a ministerial meeting in Abu ...
Egypt's overtures to Iran
Iran Urges UAE Officials to Opt for Wise Policies
Iran's comments on Arabian Gulf are out of line
Wall Street Journal (blog)
US Treasury nears decision on expanding Iran sanctions
The law, aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear program, effectively requires banks to choose between dealing with the US-led financial system or to continue doing business with Iran. By Reuters Tags: Israel news US Iran The United States Treasury is close to ...
Treasury Nominees Are Pressed To Pursue Sanctions On Iran
US Treasury Nominee Pressed to Continue Sanctions on N. Korea and Iran
Senators Seek Foreign Bank Sanctions