Freed American Hiker Sarah Shourd pushing for Iran to release fiance, friend
Los Angeles Times
She said the three friends were on a hiking trip in the scenic, semiautonomous and relatively peaceful Kurdish region of northern Iraq when they were accused of illegally crossing into Iran. "We had no idea we were anywhere near Iran," said Shourd, ...
Journalist Roxana Saberi joins hunger strike for hikers in Iran
Iranian Expats Joining Hunger Strike For Jailed Americans
Israeli tycoon linked to Iran trade dies
SAMI OFER, the Israeli tycoon whose company was suspected of having ties to Iran, was found dead in his Tel Aviv apartment yesterday after a long illness. Mr Ofer (89), was the main shareholder in the Ofer Brothers conglomerate which controlled the Zim ...
Shipping with the Enemy: Israeli Firm Deals with Iran
Elderly Israeli tycoon in Iran scandal dies
Israeli Billionaire Embroiled in Iran Scandal Dies
Former Spy Chief Questions Israeli Leaders' Judgment
New York Times
He made headlines a few weeks ago when he asserted at a Hebrew University conference that a military attack on Iran would be “a stupid idea.” This week Mr. Dagan, speaking at Tel Aviv University, said that attacking Iran “would mean regional war, ...
Former Israeli Spy Chief Warns against Attack on Iran
Ex-Mossad chief's comments on Iran place him on collision course with Netanyahu
Israel government 'reckless and irresponsible' says ex-Mossad chief
Iran: The fight at the top heats up
For Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, that has become the question. Not long ago, Mr. Ahmadinejad was regarded as the most powerful of the five presidents the Islamic Republic in its three decades of existence. With the opposition "green" movement ...
Iran gets caretaker oil minister
Iran President Ahmadinejad Names Caretaker Oil Minister
Under pressure, Iran president names new oil chief
Broomall man sentenced for illegal Iran trades | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011 ...
An Iranian businessman was sentenced Friday to 33 months in prison for conducting illegal transactions with Iran between 2002 and 2005. Mohammad Reza Vaghari, 43, lived in Broomall when he exported banned goods to Iran that could be used ...
Man in Pa. gets prison for shipping items to Iran
Pennsylvania Man Sentenced for Illegal Trading with Iran
Delco man gets 33 months for Iranian deals
New York Times (blog)
Anonymous takes control of gov servers in Iran: #OpIran
The government of Iran should have been expecting the international Internet hactivist collective known as Anonymous. In anticipation of the June 15th anniversary of the 2009 Iranian presidential election, an election most observers believe to be ...
Anonymous makes off with scanned passports from Iran, 10k e-mails
Group Posts What It Says Are Iranian Government E-Mails
Anonymous hacker collective takes e-mails from Iranian government
New York Daily News
Rug store owner Reza Safarha sentenced for violating Iran Trade embargo
New York Daily News
Rug store owner Reza Safarha "stupid, not evil" by violating the Iran Trade embargo, lawyer said. A rug store owner convicted of violating the Iran Trade embargo was sentenced Friday to a relatively light 10 months in prison. ...
Ex-Mossad chief: Israeli firm didn't break any laws in Iran deals
Meir Dagan, commenting on recent US sanctions on Ofer Brothers Group, says there is no law preventing anyone from docking in Iran, and that Israel did not boycott Iran. By Gili Cohen Tags: Iran Mossad Iran sanctions The Ofer Brothers Group did not ...
Gov't silence breeds speculation on Ofer Brothers affair
Mystery embroils Israel firm accused of Iran trade
Alleged trade with Iran embarrasses Israel
Iran ready to spoil the party
MANILA, Philippines - Defending back-to-back titlist Mahram of Iran will take on Smart Gilas in the knockout semifinals of the 22nd FIBA-Asia Champions Cup at the Philsports Arena tonight. Gilas beat Al Jala'a, 85-80, to advance to the semis against ...
Champs Cup Iran routs Saudi, arranges semis date with Gilas
FIBA Asia Champions Cup 2011 Day-5 Roundup: Iran's Mahram and Saudi Arabia's ...
Smart Gilas powers past Syria into semis
No Evidence of an Iranian Bomb, Yet the Attacks on Iran Continue
New America Media
Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter Seymour Hersh has once again created controversy by stating in a recent New Yorker article, “Iran and the Bomb,” that there is no evidence that Iran is building a nuclear weapon. Hersh is correct, but his statement still ...
Seymour Hersh: Despite Intelligence Rejecting Iran as Nuclear Threat, U.S. ...
Hersh vs. the IAEA on Iran's Nukes
Ex Head of IAEA: No "shred of evidence" Iran building nukes