Europeans cancel Iran trip after dissident visit denied
Los Angeles Times
TEHRAN -- The European Parliament canceled a delegation's scheduled visit to Iran on Saturday after Tehran refused to guarantee access to a pair of dissidents just awarded the prestigious Sakharov Price for Freedom of Thought. Five European ...
European Parliament cancels trip to Iran over activists
Iran cancels EU visit over 'preconditions'
Iran lawmaker blames Euro MPs for trip cancellation
Iran hopes to resist sanctions by boosting production
TEHRAN — With an economy struggling through some of the most punishing economic sanctions in history, Iran is looking inward to meet its basic needs while attempting to change the consumption habits of a society accustomed to enjoying a range of ...
Iran's Hyperinflation: Questions from Tehran
Iran set to introduce second official currency
Iran Said to Nearly Finish Nuclear Enrichment Plant
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Intelligence officials from several countries say Iran in recent weeks has virtually completed an underground nuclear enrichment plant, racing ahead despite international pressure and heavy economic sanctions in what experts say may be ...
Britain And The US Are Finalizing A Possible Military Operation Against Iran
Report: Iran nuclear enrichment site virtually complete
Iran is being set up to fail, just like Iraq
Domestic production in Iran
Domestic production in Iran. Iranian officials refer to it as “the resistance economy:”Both defiant of Western attempts to halt the country's uranium enrichment program and suffering from the sanctions imposed upon it, the country is seeking to wean ...
Experts: Iran sanctions just won't work
WASHINGTON – Experts say they don't believe the latest round of sanctions against Iran – imposed with the goal of convincing Iranian officials to halt their nuclear program and hitting hard at the nation's currency, the rial – will work, according to a ...
Shell seeks Iran sanctions workaround via Cargill grain barter
c_330_235_16777215_0___images_stories_edim_04_shell.jpg LONDON (Reuters) - Oil major Royal Dutch/Shell is seeking to work around international sanctions by repaying a $1.4 billion oil debt to Iran with a grain barter deal via U.S. agribusiness giant ...
Shell Seeks Approval To Work Around Iran Sanctions Via Barter
World's spare oil capacity grows as Iran sanctions bite
Iran to ban its tourists from visiting European Union countries
Gulf Daily News
Stop Iran's plot against Bahrain!
Gulf Daily News
ACTION must be taken to thwart Iran's expansionist agenda following "unambiguous" evidence that it has been colluding with Bahrain's opposition, says a leading security expert. The Persian state has played a role in anti-government protests and ...
Iran's coal trade booms despite Western heat
LONDON: Using shadowy middle men, multiple bank accounts and a fleet of ghost ships, Iran's coal trade is quietly booming as the Islamic Republic tries to sidestep Western sanctions and prevent its industrial economy from crashing. Tougher measures ...
Steel Sanctions Have Iran Scrambling to Import Coal
Defying US-EU, Bern opposes curbs against Iran
Switzerland has reinforced its opposition to unilateral sanctions imposed on Iran outside the framework of the United Nations. The assertion comes in defiance of such unilateral sanctions imposed by Israel, the United States (U.S.) and the European ...
Nukes beating economics in Iran
He has testified before Congress and advised United States administrators and foreign governments on Iran sanctions issues. Dubowitz spoke to the Trib regarding the possibility of the United States engaging in one-on-one talks with Iran over that ...