Iran Moves to Shelter Its Nuclear Fuel Program
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Iran is moving its most critical nuclear fuel production to a heavily defended underground military facility outside the holy city of Qum, where it is less vulnerable to attack from the air and, the Iranians hope, ...
Iran lawmaker says Tehran should not back Syrian regime
Los Angeles Times
The Syrian regime's crackdown on protests has sparked calls from Iran to heed opposition demands. (John Kolesidis, Reuters / September 2, 2011) By Ramin Mostaghim and Ellen Knickmeyer, Los Angeles Times In a sign that Syria's crackdown on dissent is ...
Iran and Syria: America's Middle East pundits get it wrong (again)
Iran official: Tehran should have supported Syrian uprising
Iran running out of patience with Syria
Iran's supreme leader warns against US benefit from uprisings
Los Angeles Times
Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, congratulated the "revolutionaries" behind the so-called Arab Spring rebellions but warned them against allowing the United States to take advantage of the upheaval, ...
Iran Concerned West Will Benefit From Arab Uprisings
Iran: Khamenei warns of U.S. impact on Arab Spring
Supreme Leader expresses election caution
Catching the Internet's spies in Iran and elsewhere
CPJ Press Freedom Online
According to Google's later reporting, the affected users were "primarily located" in Iran . What does this mean? It means that somebody in Iran had gone to great lengths to intercept supposedly secure Internet traffic, including Gmail messages. ...
Major domains were targeted in the Diginotar SSL attack
Gmail Users in Iran Targeted With Fraudulent Certificate
We need to be certain that website certs are genuine
Iran refutes Sarkozy's remarks about its nuclear program
1 (Xinhua) -- An official of Iranian Foreign Ministry on Thursday described French President Nicolas Sarkozy's remarks on Iran's nuclear program as "unreal claims" and "should be avoided," the state IRIB TV reported. According to the report, ...
Iran slams Sarkozy over nuclear remark: report
Iran "charm offensive" fails to ease nuclear fears
Iran dismisses Sarkozy's remarks
Report: Iran's parliament speaker to visit North Korea
By the CNN Wire Staff Tehran, Iran (CNN) -- Iran's Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani will visit North Korea on Sunday on a three-day trip, Iran's parliament news service said. From Pyongyang, Larijani will travel to China, the news service said. ...
Iran's parliamentary speaker will visit North Korea, China next week
Iran: Parliament Speaker to Visit North Korea
World Press on Iran, Turkey and Caucasus (September 1, 2011)
Errors in copies of Qur'an from China irk Iran
The head of Iran's Qur'an oversight office says some of the Chinese-printed versions of Qur'an are littered with spelling errors. Ahmad Haji-Sharif is quoted by Iran's semiofficial Mehr news agency as warning consumers that lower-cost copies of Quar'an ...
Iran irked by errors in Qurans from China
Chinese-made Qur'ans full of errors, warns Iranian official
China-printed Quran has spelling mistakes: Iran
Trend News Agency
Press TV: Iran sending submarine, warship to Gulf of Aden, Red Sea
By AP, CAIRO — An official Iranian news agency says Iran is sending a submarine and a warship to the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea. Press TV quotes the commander, Rear Adm. Habibollah Sayyari, as saying the deployment will serve the country's interests ...
Iran's Ominous Red Sea Move
Boykin: Israel-Iran conflict likely inevitable
Israel, Iran deploy warships in Red Sea
Globe and Mail
US military marks first month with no troop deaths in Iraq war
This summer, American and Iraqi forces operating in southern Iraq have been increasing operations against Shiite militias in an attempt to disrupt weapons smuggling from Iran, which could account for some of the drop in US troop deaths. ...
Highest-ever US death count for one month in Afghanistan in August... but NO ...
In First for Iraq War, No U.S. Deaths in August
In the World | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-09-01
Secrecy characterizes case against ex-CIA officer
Wall Street Journal
A judge held a secret hearing Tuesday in the prosecution of a former CIA operative accused of leaking government secrets about Iran to a New York Times reporter, a case where prosecutors are asking for permission to present secret evidence to a jury ...