Source: Ofer Brothers instructed tankers to stay away from Iran ports
The sources said the instruction not to dock in Iran was issued by Sami Ofer, the owner of the group's fleet through two companies he owns - Tanker Pacific, which has been registered in Singapore for the past 20 years and directly operates oil tankers, ...
Dagan: Iran strike - only as last resort
Billionaires caught in Iran trade storm
Gov't silence breeds speculation on Ofer Brothers affair
Iran, Opposition Groups Dispute Cause of Activist's Death
Voice of America
The US is urging Iran to investigate the circumstances surrounding Sahabi's death. State Department spokesman Mark Toner says if reports that government security forces contributed to her death are accurate, then it demonstrates what he calls a ...
U.S. demands answers in death of Iranian dissident
Dissident's daughter dies at father's funeral in Iran after scuffles with ...
Iranian dissident's daughter dies at his funeral
New aspects in Iran's nuclear case
Up until a few months ago, the discussion over Iran's nuclear program was a purely diplomatic and technical issue, and the negotiations were never influenced by the post-election incidents of 2009 or Iran's human rights record. ...
Obama aides dismiss Seymour Hersh's new Iran
Meridor to discuss sanctions against Iran with IAEA chief
UN atomic watchdog seen raising pressure on Iran
Iran, Egypt should establish axis of anti-Zionism: Ahmadinejad
TEHRAN -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that Iran and Egypt should make every effort to be anti-Zionist countries. Ahmadinejad made the remarks on Wednesday during a meeting with a 45-member Egyptian delegation that attended the Fifth ...
Iran's parliament votes to take Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to court
Pressure mounts on Iran's hardline president
Iranian Parliament Votes To Take President Ahmadinejad To Court
Daily Star - Lebanon
Iran spying case impacts Cairo-Tehran relation thaw
Egyptian authorities say the diplomat has been gathering information on Egypt's economic, political and military developments after the political unrest, in addition to that of other Gulf countries, and afterwards sent them to Iran's intelligence ...
'Iran needs to do more if it wants to have good relations with Egypt'
Iran's FM Lauds Revival of Egypt's Determining Role in Region
Iran says diplomat in Egypt returns home
'Iran in full preparedness to repel any US possible attack'
“If the US wants to act logically and wisely, it will not take such an action, especially after its disgraceful experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan,” Vahidi told reporters on Wednesday when asked about Iran's response to the US possible invasion. ...
Iran defence minister forced to leave Bolivia over 1994 Argentina bombing
Bolivia apologises to Argentina for Iran minister visit
Bolivia boots Iranian defense minister over '94 bombing
Iran offered option to pump oil money into projects
Times of India
New Delhi:India has offered Iran the option of investing its oil money in specific sectors, including oil refining. The move indicates a softening of New Delhi's stand in the face of oil supplies from the Gulf country getting stuck due to problem in ...
India, Iran to Continue Oil Payment Talks
Deadlock continues over India's oil payment to Iran
India, Iran fail to decide on mode of crude oil payment
Stable OPEC output, key to balance oil market: Iran
TEHRAN – Maintaining crude production ceiling is now the only possible way to control global oil market, said Iran's OPEC Governor Mohammad Ali Khatibi here on Wednesday. Referring to the fact that crude oil accounts for 36 percent of the world's ...
Iranian Economy Threatened by Unemployment
OPEC Acting to Balance Oil Market, Iran OPEC Governor Says
MP Concerned about Iran's OPEC Presidency
Iran acid attack: Ameneh Bahrami's quest for justice
She returned to Iran in 2007 with the help of a former employer and took up a case for retributive justice - to inflict on Movahidi the same damage he had caused her. "I went to the court and said 'I want revenge'. They said, 'We cannot do this, ...
Iran's parliament says Ahmadinejad's oil ministry takeover was illegal
Iran's parliament voted on Wednesday that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's takeover of the country's oil ministry was illegal, escalating a power struggle between the president and the hard-line establishment that appears to have turned against him, ...
The Ayatollah will overwhelm Ahmadinejad