Iran's Two Executives Play a Lose-Lose Game
Inter Press Service
HONOLULU, Hawaii, US, May 8, 2011 (IPS) - The very public disagreement between Iran's Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad over the sacking of the intelligence minister, Heydar Moslehi, is turning out to be a losing game ...
Iran's Ahmadinejad affirms Khamenei decision, tensions remain
Analysis: Iranian leadership row weakens Ahmadinejad camp
Tensions rise amid Iran political feud
Barak: Dagan should not have made Iran comments in public
COM STAFF Responding to ex-Mossad head's statement that "attack on Iran's nuclear reactors would be foolish," defense minister says sensitive matters should not be expressed openly; former Mossad chiefs: Dagan acted appropriately. ...
Former Israeli spy chief terms air strike on Iran's nuclear facilities "a ...
Israel's former spy chief says Iran strike would be 'stupid'
Defense officials weigh in after former Mossad chief brands Iran strike a ...
Iran helping Syrian regime crack down on protesters, say diplomats
Iran has been helping the Syrian regime crack down on protesters, according to diplomatic sources. Photograph: Majed Jaber/Reuters Iran is playing an increasingly active role in helping the Syrian regime in its crackdown on pro-democracy protesters, ...
Report: Iran Increasing Support to Help Assad Kill His People
Israel, Iran on Guard in Case Syria Falls
Iran: US plots to divide Syrians
Trend News Agency
Tehran, Cairo determined to resume diplomatic ties: Iranian FM
TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has said that Iran and Egypt are resolved to resume diplomatic relations. “The two countries have openly announced that they are keen to resume diplomatic ties,” Salehi told IRNA on Sunday. ...
Iran slams foreign meddling in Bahrain
Iran FM in Abu Dhabi amid rising regional tensions
Iran foreign minister in UAE to ease tensions
It's Time for Iran to Live Up to Its Commitment to Justice and Compassion
Huffington Post (blog)
The world will be watching the actions of the court on May 11 and judge the proceedings on whether Iran lives up to its commitment to justice and compassion. I trust that Shane and Josh will be judged on the facts alone, which can only result in their ...
Bahrain's king orders end to emergency law
Daily Star - Lebanon
ABU DHABI: Iran's foreign minister held talks Sunday with top officials in the United Arab Emirates amid tension between Gulf Arab states and Tehran over trouble in Bahrain, Emirati state news agency said. Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh ...
Bahrain puts opposition leaders and activists on trial
Bahrain Says it Will End State of Emergency
Bahrain to End Emergency Rule Early
Nephew of Sadat killer returns to Egypt from Iran
The Associated Press
The airport officials said he had been living in Iran, where his wanted father, Mohammed el-Islambouli, is also believed to be living. His father is one of a number of Egyptians Mubarak's regime had wanted extradited from Iran. ...
The West Australian
Iran bases budget on oil around $81.50 per barrel
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran is basing the oil price for its 2011/12 budget at around $81.50 per barrel and expects the price of oil to pick up again during the start of the summer season, Iran's OPEC governor told Reuters on Sunday. ...
'Crude oil prices to rise by summer'
Washington will not succeed to undermine Iran-India ties: journalist
TEHRAN - Siddharth Varadarajan, editor- in- chief of THE HINDU newspaper, tells Tehran Times in an exclusive interview that he does not “think that Washington will be successful” to damage friendly ties between Iran and India. ...
India revives energy ties with Iran
Iran to host India cultural week
Iran to open Al Sadr power plant phase 2 in Iraq
TEHRAN -- The second unit of the Iranian-built Al Sadr power plant in Iraq will come on stream in 30 days, the managing director of Iran Power & Water Export of Equipment and Services Company (Sunir), Mohammad Parsa, said here on Sunday. ...
2nd Phase of Iran-Made Power Plant to Join Iraq's National Grid in 1 Month