Foreign Policy (blog)
Report: Iran nuclear enrichment site virtually complete
They indicate that intelligence officials say Iran has raced ahead with efforts to build a nuclear weapon. That's even as the United States and Israel -- to keep that from happening. For its part Iran insists it wants only nuclear fuel. -- western ...
Iran Strike: Britain Opposes Military Action Against Tehran's Nuclear Program ...
Exclusive: Shell seeks Iran sanctions workaround via Cargill grain barter
Iran Said to Nearly Finish Nuclear Enrichment Plant
On Iran, Mum's The Word
The big New York Times story over the weekend said that Israeli officials told the Times that they knew and approved of nascent bilateral talks between Iran and U.S. But then something happened: the Israelis changed course, and Ambassador to the U.S. ...
Missing debate over redlines for Iran
Opinion: Romney and Obama Need to Cool their Jets on Iran
Targeting the Iran Sanctions
UK Holds Talks With US on Possible Iran Scenarios
Britain is involved in military contingency planning with the United States over Iran and other potential flashpoints in the Middle East, officials said Friday — but they insisted the talks are not a prelude to a pre-emptive strike against Tehran's ...
British Won't Go Along with Illegal Iran War Planning by Americans
Iran military action not 'right course at this time', Downing Street says
Britain Rejects US Request To Use UK Bases In Nuclear Standoff With Iran
WNN - Women News Network
European Parliament awards Sakharov prize to Iran dissidents
... Parliament awards Sakharov prize to Iran dissidents. Published October 26, 2012. EFE. Iranian rights activists Jafar Panahi and Nasrin Sotoudeh have been named the recipients of this year's European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.
Two Iran prisoners of conscience receive Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought
Prestigious Sakharov rights prize to Iran's Panahi, Sotoudeh
Iran dissidents Sotoudeh and Panahi win Sakharov prize
Qatar's foray into Gaza politics: Bad for Iran, good for Israel?
Washington Post (blog)
The monarch of oil-rich Arab gulf nation Qatar, Sheik Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani, this week became the first foreign head of state to visit Gaza's militant Islamist rulers since they won power over the Palestinian territory in 2007. The emir, who has ...
Iran currency traders face pressures, operate underground
TEHRAN — Ahmad, a 45-year-old conservative Iranian, saw his business brought to an abrupt halt when his Tehran shop was sealed off by state authorities recently. A currency trader for 20 years, Ahmad has continued to operate underground, although his ...
Report: Gunmen kill 2 policemen in southeastern Iran, flee on motorbikes
The Sunni Muslim militant Jundallah group, which says it is fighting for the rights of Sunnis and the Baluch ethnic minority in mainly Shiite Muslim Iran, has been involved in sporadic bombings in the region in the past. Copyright 2012 The Associated ...
Iranian lawyer and filmmaker win EU's Sakharov Prize
Marietje Schaake, a Dutch liberal member of the parliament who nominated Sotoudeh for the prize, said the recipients should draw attention to the repressive action carried out by the Iranian authorities towards human rights' activists. "These winners ...
Iran's crimes, real and hypothetical
It has become fashionable in certain circles to call for the president of Iran to be charged with genocide incitement because of his virulently anti-Israel remarks. During Monday's president's debate, Mitt Romney vowed that if he gets to the White ...