Iran's Political Infighting Erupts in Full View
New York Times
In a letter published by Iranian news sites, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused the head of the powerful judiciary, Ayatollah Sadegh Larijani, of protecting “certain individuals” from prosecution for economic corruption who are widely understood to ...
Iran judiciary bars Ahmadinejad from visiting prison, in sign of his declining ...
Iran's president levels an attack against a rival official
Ahmadinejad Clashes With Iran's Judiciary Over Prison Visit
Kansas City Star
Obama: I will stand with Israel if Iran should attack
During third presidential debate, President Barack Obama says US, Israel "cannot afford" to have nuclear race with Iran, clock ticking; denies 'NYT' report claiming one-on-one Iran talks; Romney says he will back Israel militarily. President Obama, GOP ...
Obama, Romney tackle Libya, Iran and Syria in final debate
Libya, Iran likely to be main points of contention in final debate
Obama, Romney vow to stand by Israel against Iran
Would direct US-Iran talks be bad for Israel?
Washington Post (blog)
That discussion hits on some of the same issues that have surrounded American response to Iranian nuclear efforts, and reveals some of the foundational ideological differences that may inform how President Obama and Mitt Romney diverge on Iran, Israel ...
Iran and the Lessons of the Cuban Missile Crisis
Iran's Poker Game: What Can Direct Talks Achieve?
Obama administration: Iran talks preferable to war
Obama faces tough call on Iran oil sanctions
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Just weeks after the election, President Barack Obama will be faced with a pivotal decision on oil sanctions on Iran, in which he will have to balance the need to stay tough on Tehran without pushing oil prices too high. In ...
South Korea to resume Iran oil imports after 2 month halt
Iran News Round Up October 22, 2012
Japan yet to decide on Iran crude import volumes for 2013 -- PAJ chief
Iran hangs ten drug smugglers: report
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran hanged 10 people convicted of drug trafficking on Monday, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported, part of what rights group Amnesty International called a "state killing spree". Executions are regular events in Tehran, and ...
Iran keeps up high number of executions: UN expert
Iran executes 10 men despite international pleas
Iran's top cargo shipping line says sanctions damage mounting
DUBAI/LONDON (Reuters) - Targeted Western sanctions are hurting Iran's vital shipping industry and if the pressure continues its biggest cargo carrier will face increasingly grave problems, the head of the Iranian line said. Many of Iran's imports ...
Fact check: Iran's 'Green Revolution' in 2009
Los Angeles Times
Obama said he's always believed that “as odious as I consider some of President Ahmadinejad's statements, as deep as the differences that exist between the United States and Iran on a range of core issues, that the use of tough, hard-headed diplomacy ...
Fact Check: Obama not quite 'silent' on Iran
Romney Adviser Falsely Claims Obama Was 'Silent' During Iran's Green ...
Wall Street Journal
Stephens: Iran's Unrequited War
Wall Street Journal
On Wednesday an Iranian-American named Manssor Arbabsiar pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiring with Iranian military officials to blow up a restaurant in Washington, D.C. On Saturday, the New York Times reported that the Obama administration ...
UN Envoy: No Improvement In Iran's Human Rights Situation
Voice of America (blog)
Ahmed Shaheed, U.N. Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran, told reporters, diplomats and rights activists in New York Monday that unfair trials, torture of prisoners, repression of journalists, persecution of religious and ethnic minorities, and ...
Baha'is most persecuted religion in Iran: UN investigator
UN Investigator Hits Iran on Human Rights
Iran Vies With Saudi Arabia for Top OPEC Job
The governors started their two-day meeting at 10 a.m. local time at OPEC's headquarters and will interview nominees from Iran and Iraq as well as the group's biggest and smallest exporters, Saudi Arabia and Ecuador. The governors will recommend a ...