Easing Stance, Iran Offers Inspectors 'Supervision' of Nuclear Program
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Iran on Monday made its first counterproposal in two years to ease the confrontation with the West over its nuclear program, offering to allow international inspectors “full supervision” of the country's nuclear ...
Iran offers 'full supervision' of nuclear program
Iran offers new nuclear deal
Iran's preconditions for nuclear talks have changed
Wall Street Journal
U.S. Eyes Covert Plan to Counter Iran in Iraq
Wall Street Journal
The move comes amid growing concern in the Obama administration about Iran's attempts in recent months to expand its influence in Iraq and the broader Middle East and what it says is Tehran's increased arms smuggling to its allies. ...
Iraqi PM to travel to Iran to discuss border issues: report
New York Daily News
Iran water fights guided from abroad: prosecutor
TEHRAN — The trend of water fights in the Islamic republic has been "orchestrated from abroad," Iran's prosecutor general said on Monday, referring to confessions of people arrested. "This is not simply a game with water. This is a campaign which is ...
Water gun fight in a park? Iran sees dark designs
Iran's capital market value hits $116b
News agency: Clashes end over shrinking Iran lake
Iran kills 30 Kurdish rebels near Iraqi border
The Associated Press
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's Revolutionary Guard soldiers have killed at least 30 members of Kurdish opposition group in fighting near the Iraqi border, a senior military official said Monday. Col. Hamid Ahmadi was quoted by state TV as saying that 40 ...
Kurdish rebels announce ceasefire with Iran
Iranian forces kill Kurdish rebels near Iraq border
Iran Puts Conditions on Kurdish Rebels Cease-fire Talks
Dutch Government Takes Over DigiNotar
So, people from within Iran have hacked the Dutch company DigiNotar, allowing them to issue fake certificates so they could listen in on Iranian dissidents and other organisation within Iran. This is a very simplified version of the story, ...
Fake DigiNotar web certificate risk to Iranians
Dutch firm linked to many more fraudulent Net certificates
Hacking in the Netherlands Took Aim at Internet Giants
Iran central bank says inflation increases to 17.3 percent in August
By AP, TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's central bank governor says the country's annual inflation rate climbed to 17.3 percent in August. Iranian state television's Web site on Monday quoted Mahmoud Bahmani as saying the increase from 16.3 percent in July came ...
Iran Closes Two Pro-Reform Publications
Iran has shut down two publications after they published articles critical of President Mahmud Ahmadinejad. The official Irna news agency said Shahrvand-e Emrouz, a weekly reformist news magazine, was shut down for violating press laws. ...
Iran bans pro-reform publications: report
Iran reformist daily banned for two months: report
Reformist Weekly Banned for Publishing Image of Ahmadinejad
Mainichi Daily News
New clues - but no proof - on Iran's illicit nuclear trade
Given that both Iran and North Korea are pursuing nuclear weapons capabilities in defiance of UN mandates, it would seem logical for the two outlaw programmes to share their respective know-how. After all, each is prevented by UN sanctions from legally ...
Iran lawmaker postpones N. Korea, China visit
World Press on Iran, Turkey and Caucasus (September 3-5, 2011)
Iran's Parliament Speaker Postpones Scheduled N. Korea, China Trip
Iranian greens fear disaster as Lake Orumieh shrinks
Lake Orumieh in north-west Iran, one of the world's largest salt lakes and a Unesco biosphere reserve, is disappearing due to drought and government mismanagement, and has become a major cause of concern for environmental activists and ordinary people ...
Fears Of Ethnic Tensions Rise In Iran Amid Azeri Clashes, Kurd Offensive
Iran announces plans to save dying lake
Iran: Budget announced for saving Lake Oroumiyeh
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey's role in NATO missile-defense annoys Iran
A NATO early-warning radar system which will be deployed in Turkey to help spot missile threats coming from outside Europe, and potentially from Iran, has drawn criticism from Tehran. “Iran and Turkey are neighbors and friends and fully capable of ...
Iran criticises NATO's Turkey radar plan
An American radar in Turkey is not a threat for Russia, but it is a risk
Installation of US radar will 'cool' Turkey's relations with Iran