Blogger's death in Iran offers look into government's cyber patrols
Arrests of activists and claims of abuse in detention are commonplace in Iran, but deaths behind bars are much rarer. Iran's judiciary responded to the growing pressure and authorized an investigation. It claims three of Beheshti's interrogators have ...
Blogger's Death in Iran Window Onto Cyber Patrols
Iran says blogger may have died as a result of "shock": report
Iran raises possible 'psychological' link to blogger's death
New York Times
Middle East shifts may weaken Iran's influence with Palestinians
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO — Iran for years has supplied Hamas with weapons as part of its own struggle against Israel, but the conflict in the Gaza Strip reveals a shift in regional dynamics that may diminish Tehran's influence with Palestinian militant groups and ...
Iranian Missiles in Gaza Fight Give Tehran Government a Lift
Israel studies battle with Palestinian militants to prepare for Iran
In Israel-Hamas clash, Iran casts a shadow
Israel desire to attack Iran "childish": Ahmadinejad
Six world powers agreed on Wednesday to seek renewed talks with Iran as fast as possible, reflecting a heightened sense of urgency to resolve a long rift over Tehran's disputed nuclear activity and avert the threat of war. Their call coincided with ...
Iran cautiously backs Gaza truce deal
Ahmadinejad roars Iran and Pakistan won't be scared off
Ahmadinejad for Pak-Iran-Afghan Ulema meeting to defeat terrorism
Iran faces possible health-care crisis
Tehran — Iran is facing a possible crisis in its health-care system as a result of economic sanctions and alleged government mismanagement of diminishing state funds, according to officials here. The lack of money is already being felt in hospitals ...
New York Times
Reopening an 18-Year-Old Wound
New York Times
BUENOS AIRES — Eighteen years have passed since a suicide bomber drove a Renault van loaded with explosives into the headquarters of the Jewish community center here, killing 85 people. Since then, investigations have meandered. Interpol arrest ...
Iran courts closer ties with Jordan, Egypt
Iran made very public overtures to both Jordan and Egypt this week in what can be seen as its ongoing attempts to extend its influence in the region. Tehran's ambassador to Jordan, Dr. Mostafa Mosleh- Zadeh, said late on Wednesday that Tehran is ready ...
India seeks clear norms from Iran for wheat export
NEW DELHI: India has asked Iran to lay down clear norms for wheat imports from the country in order to avoid further delay by the Iranian quarantine department, which is yet to give quality clearance to Indian shipments. "We have said that Iran should ...
Why There Was No US-Iran Drone Crisis
Mystery still surrounds the circumstances of Iran's attack on an American surveillance drone operating above the waters of the Persian Gulf on the first of this month. Exactly who ordered the attack and why, remains unclear. And, oddest of all, the ...
Iran condemns terrorist attacks on Pakistani Shia Muslims
Iran has condemned the latest spate of terrorist attacks which killed 25 Shia Muslims attending processions commemorating the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (PBUH) in two Pakistani cities. On Thursday, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin ...
Iran condemns killing of Shias in Pakistan
Goal-shy Iran seek to build momentum
In a sense, one scenario Iran had not prepared for in their planning for 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ qualification was a home defeat. Carlos Queiroz's side, after all, boast a proud home record at the legendary Azadi Stadium which had seen them ...
We'll not axe Carlos Queiroz: Iran football chief