U.S. Eyes Covert Plan to Counter Iran in Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Military commanders and intelligence officers are pushing for greater authority to conduct covert operations to thwart Iranian influence in neighboring Iran. WSJ's Julian Barnes reports on the News Hub. The move comes amid growing concern in the Obama ...
The lasting impact of the Iran-Iraq war
People are exhausted
US Commanders Want to Run Covert Ops Against Iran
Kansas City Star
Hacking Scandal Roils Dutch Public
Wall Street Journal
The Dutch government Tuesday sought to contain a hacking scandal officials believe originated in Iran that has forced segments of this country to return to the fax and paper age. Prosecutors said they would investigate the company that was providing ...
Iranians hit in email hack attack
Dutch launch Iran IT hacking probe
Iranian government may be behind hack of Dutch security firm
The undimmed danger of Iran's nuclear program
By Editorial, IRAN HAS TAKEN two more steps toward producing a nuclear weapon. According to a report released Friday by the International Atomic Energy Agency, it has begun to use a new, more advanced centrifuge to enrich uranium, which could allow it ...
Qatar holds Iran to 1-1 draw in WCup qualifier
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -Qatar rallied from a goal down to earn a 1-1 draw with Iran on Tuesday in the third round of Asian qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup. Both goals were scored in the second half, with Hadi Aghili putting Iran deservedly in front with a ...
Qatar share spoils with Iran after tough match
Iran earn point in Doha
Qatar scrape draw with Iran
Unicorn Booty (blog)
Three Men Hanged For Having Gay Sex In Iran: Reports
Iran Human Rights explains that the state-run Iranian news agency ISNA reported that the men were put to death for acts against sharia, "based on the articles 108 and 110 of the Iranian Islamic penal code." Articles 108 and 110 of the penal code are ...
Iran hangs three men for 'unlawful' homosexual acts
Religion: By Hanging, Iran Executes Three Men For Having Gay Sex
Iran Executes Three Men For Being Gay, Committing “Unlawful” Acts Against Sharia…
New York Daily News
Iran Cracks Down on a Major Threat: Water-Gun Fights
Young people splashing each other with water apparently translates to civil unrest in Iran, where a number of people were arrested over the weekend for engaging in water fights in a Tehran public park, the Associated Press reports. ...
Water Fights Will Get You Arrested in Iran
Water gun fight in a park? Iran sees dark designs
Iran water fights guided from abroad: prosecutor
Iran: Missile defense shield target or not?
Hurriyet Daily News
“The AN/TPY-2 radar system is there only for Iran,” missile defense lobbyist Riki Ellison told the Hürriyet Daily News in an interview on Monday. “It will work with the missiles on US ships outside of Turkey and on the new site in Romania that will be ...
Turkey no great power
Iran concerned over NATO's radar in Turkey
Turkey's role in NATO missile-defense annoys Iran
Iran wants Iraqi Kurds to clarify rebel truce call
On Monday, the Party of Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) declared a truce and called on Iran to reciprocate in order to prevent further bloodshed. Tehran resumed its operation against the PJAK in its western border areas with Iraq on Friday, ...
Iran kills 30 Kurdish rebels near Iraqi border
Iraqis flee Iranian border shelling
Kurdish rebels announce ceasefire with Iran
Iran Open to “Full Supervision” of Atomic Activities Once Sanctions Dropped
Global Security Newswire
Iran on Monday said it was prepared to accept "full" UN oversight of its nuclear operations once the nation is freed from sanctions, the Associated Press reported (see GSN, Aug. 24). (Sep. 6) - Iranian Atomic Energy Organization chief Fereidoun Abbasi ...
Easing Stance, Iran Offers Inspectors 'Supervision' of Nuclear Program
Iran Says Nuclear Cooperation Would Have Limits
A Break in the US-Iran Logjam?
Trend News Agency
Report: Iran arrests 5 members of al Qaeda
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- Investigators in Iran have arrested five members of an al Qaeda terrorist cell, the semi-official FARS news agency of Iran reported Tuesday. The five "intended to carry out acts of sabotage in Iran," the news agency ...
Iran Arrests Five Al-Qaida Members
Iran says it arrested five al-Qaeda members
Iran arrests five Al-Qaeda militants: Report