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REFILE-UPDATE 1-Iran further expanding enrichment capacity - diplomats - Reuters Wed, 17 Oct 2012 19:40:47 GMT

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REFILE-UPDATE 1-Iran further expanding enrichment capacity - diplomats
Reuters
Iran defying Western demands to curb enrichment. * Tehran says refined uranium needed for medical reactor. * U.S. and allies suspect bid to develop nuclear bomb capability. * Added enrichment capacity may further complicate diplomacy. By Fredrik Dahl ...
UN nuclear chief rejects Iran "saboteurs" accusationChicago Tribune
Sanctions Not Halting Iran Nuke ProgressCommentary Magazine
UN nuclear chief hopes for new Iran talks soonPakistan Daily Times

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Iran's president backs Syria ceasefire proposal - Chicago Tribune Wed, 17 Oct 2012 17:37:35 GMT

Examiner.com

Iran's president backs Syria ceasefire proposal
Chicago Tribune
KUWAIT (Reuters) - Iran backs the idea of a ceasefire in Syria during an Islamic holiday next week and believes free elections are the right way to help resolve the 19-month-old conflict, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said according to Iran's state ...
Turkey and Iran discuss Syria peace talksExaminer.com
Turkey say Iran supports Syria ceasefire callReuters
Turkey proposes regional talks with Iran on SyriaTehran Times
Kuwait News Agency -Al-Monitor -Press TV
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Man in Alleged Iran-Backed DC Assassination Plot Pleads Guilty - ABC News Wed, 17 Oct 2012 18:37:59 GMT

ABC News

Man in Alleged Iran-Backed DC Assassination Plot Pleads Guilty
ABC News
The U.S. said Arbabsiar, a 58-year-old from Corpus Christi, Texas, was working for elements of the Iranian government -- specifically Iran's elite military unit the Quds force -- when he attempted to hire hitmen from the feared Zetas Mexican drug ...
Guilty plea in Iran plot to kill Saudi ambassador to USGlobe and Mail
Manssor Arbabsiar says Iran involved in plot to kill Saudi US ambasssadorThe Guardian
Man pleads guilty in plot to kill Saudi ambassadorWaxahachie Daily Light

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Iran may hit U.S. with first cyberattack - Washington Times Wed, 17 Oct 2012 20:59:15 GMT

Washington Times

Iran may hit U.S. with first cyberattack
Washington Times
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta's pointed warning that the United States will strike back against a cyberattack underscores the Obama administration's rising concern that Iran could be the first country to unleash cyberterrorism on America. Mr ...
US Officials believe Iran behind recent cyber attacksCNN
US Suspects Iran Was Behind a Wave of CyberattacksNew York Times
Move Over China, Iran May Have Been Source of Latest Cyberattacks on the USDailyTech
Boston.com -Sci-Tech Today
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Iran sees conspiracy in box office success of Ben Affleck's 'Argo' (+video) - Christian Science Monitor Wed, 17 Oct 2012 21:58:32 GMT

Christian Science Monitor

Iran sees conspiracy in box office success of Ben Affleck's 'Argo' (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Based on a true story about how the CIA smuggled six American diplomats out of Iran after the 1979 takeover of the US Embassy, the film opened on Oct. 12 and came in at No. 2 in box office sales over the weekend, after "Taken 2" (an action film ...
Espionage Thriller Recounts Diplomats' Daring Escape From IranTown Topics

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Tighten the noose - New York Daily News Wed, 17 Oct 2012 07:58:23 GMT

New York Daily News

Tighten the noose
New York Daily News
Business with Iranian banks, except under very narrowly controlled conditions, is outlawed, as is purchase of natural gas from Iran. EU ships are forbidden from transporting or storing Iranian oil or petrochemical products. Also barred are dealings ...
Russia criticizes EU Iran sanctions, urges talksChicago Tribune
Iran Sanctions May Cut Supply of CurrencyNew York Times
EU Oil, Gas Sanctions Undermine Talks With Iran, Russia SaysBusinessweek
Jerusalem Post -The Hindu
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Iran media officials outraged over satellite blackout - San Jose Mercury News Thu, 18 Oct 2012 01:52:51 GMT

Press TV

Iran media officials outraged over satellite blackout
San Jose Mercury News
TEHRAN -- Denouncing what they called a hypocritical Western suppression of free speech, Iranian media officials expressed outrage Wednesday over a decision by Europe's largest satellite providers to cease transmission of Iran's 19 state-operated ...
EU denies ordering satellite companies to take Iran channels off airPress TV

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US, Israel Will Practice Shooting Down Iran's Missiles (And Denying They're ... - Wired (blog) Wed, 17 Oct 2012 19:06:16 GMT

Military.com

US, Israel Will Practice Shooting Down Iran's Missiles (And Denying They're ...
Wired (blog)
Just in time for a presidential election in which both candidates compete to be besties with Israel, the U.S. and Israeli militaries are holding a big, high-profile exercise to practice shooting Iranian missiles out of the sky. Only neither country ...
US, Israel Deny Defense Exercise Aimed at IranMilitary.com
US, Israel to begin major air defense exerciseBonner County Daily Bee
In signal to Iran, US and Israeli forces to stage drillStraits Times

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Iran Renews Cyberattacks on US Banks - Wall Street Journal Thu, 18 Oct 2012 00:32:12 GMT

Iran Renews Cyberattacks on US Banks
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—Iranian hackers renewed a campaign of cyberattacks against U.S. banks this week, targeting Capital One Financial Corp. and BB&T Corp. and openly defying U.S. warnings to halt, U.S. officials and others involved in the investigation into the ...


FEATURE-Iranian students feel the pain as currency collapses - Reuters Wed, 17 Oct 2012 14:01:20 GMT

FEATURE-Iranian students feel the pain as currency collapses
Reuters
DUBAI Oct 17 (Reuters) - Twice in less than a year, Neda's ambitions to study outside her native Iran have been wrecked by the collapse of the country's currency. She and thousands of other students have watched helplessly as Western sanctions, and the ...

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