Cyprus says attempted to offload Iran blast cargo
Attempting to fend off mounting criticism over Cyprus's worst peace-time disaster, authorities said they had tried in vain to get rid of the 98 containers of munitions they confiscated in 2009 from a ship sailing from Iran to Syria. ...
Iran explosives at centre of Cypriot intrigue
Protests follow Cyprus navy fire deaths
Confiscated Iran arms blow up in Cyprus, 12 dead
The Battle Over Iraq
Wall Street Journal
We came away more concerned by his incomplete answers to Iran's designs on Iraq and America's future role there. Five months before a planned final withdrawal, Iran's proxies in Iraq are putting the squeeze on the US and its allies. ...
Iran refutes US accusations against it over Iraq
Iraq's Sadr lashes out at US
Iran rejects US claims regarding Iraq
Iran, UN Watchdog Appear Deadlocked on Nuclear Dispute
Voice of America
July 12, 2011 Iran, UN Watchdog Appear Deadlocked on Nuclear Dispute VOA News Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency appear to remain deadlocked in a dispute over the Iranian nuclear program following talks between Iran's foreign minister and ...
Iran agrees to talk about its nuclear issues, vows not to gives up its nuclear ...
IAEA Rejects Certifying That Iran Cooperates on Nuclear Program
Iran Proposes "Closer" IAEA Ties if Nuke Probe Dropped
Globe and Mail
Saudi Arabia Said to Seek Iran Crude Supply Share to India
San Francisco Chronicle
AP sources: Rebels gaining on Gadhafi regime 07.12.11 July 12 (Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabia is seeking to benefit from a payment dispute between Iran and India by selling additional cargoes of crude oil to refiners in the South Asian nation, ...
Iran Criticizes Saudi Oil Production Boost, Warns of Price War
Iran: OPEC opposes any increase in output
Iran to see 25% growth in its oil revenues in 2011 – IMF
What Christians must do about Iran
Washington Post (blog)
As the debt ceiling debate, Casey Anthony acquittal, unrest in Syria, and fight to topple Qaddafi in Libya monopolize the news cycle, Iran is quietly implementing its radical Islamist agenda. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ...
Iran: A convert from Islam, Iranian pastor risks the death penalty
US Condemns Iran For Threatening To Execute Pastor
Washington Post: Iran about to execute Christian pastor
Hurriyet Daily News
Iran's potential should be used to settle Mideast problems: Turkey
TEHRAN -- Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has said that Iran's significant potential should be utilized to help resolve problems facing the Middle East. Davutoglu made the remarks during a meeting with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in ...
Fiddling while Tehran burns nuclear fuel
Davutoğlu calls for a new set of P5+1 negotiations
Kansas City Star
Iran should talk to US: former president
Times of Oman
Iran: Iran's former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, a bitter opponent of serving President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, on Tuesday came out in support of talks with Tehran's archfoe Washington. "I think today we can utterly negotiate on an equal footing ...
In Iran, sanctions aim at shipping lifeline
Supreme Leader: Avoiding negative view of Iran economy is necessary
Supreme Leader: Enemies' Pressures, Sanctions Unable to Stop Iran's Progress
Senior MP Rejects US Allegations about Iran's Interference in Iraq
Fars News Agency
The remarks by Sorouri came a day after Leon Panetta said during his first visit to Iraq as Pentagon chief on Monday that Washington is concerned about Iran providing weapons to Iraqi militants. The Iranian lawmaker further stated that the US officials ...
Panetta frustrated by hesitant Iraq | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-07-12
Panetta stokes tensions with Iran over attacks
Bolton: Obama worst president for Israel – ever
Former US envoy to UN says Jerusalem should pay as much attention to PA's UN bid as to the 'grass you tread beneath your feet,' says country should have hit Iran in 2008. US President Barack Obama is “the most anti-Israel president in ...
'Mindset change is key to nuclear disarmament'
Austrian FM: EU is ready to restart talks on Iran's nuclear program
Benefit tomorrow (Wed./13) for hikers imprisoned in Iran
San Francisco Bay Guardian
Shane Bauer, a Bay Area photojournalist, will spend his 29th birthday in Iran's Evin Prison on July 13. He has languished in prison along with his close friend, Josh Fattal, ever since they were detained July 31, 2009 while hiking in Iraqi Kurdistan, ...
Shane Bauer, Bay Area Hiker and Iran Detainee, to be Honored with Benefit