Times of India
US extends waivers on Iran oil sanctions for big Asian economies, South Africa
The exemptions mean that banks and other financial institutions based in those places will not be hit with penalties under U.S. law enacted as a way of pressuring Iran to come clean about its nuclear program. A total of 20 countries and Taiwan have ...
Iran Commander Claims Sanctions Are Helpful
US Renews Exemptions from Iran Sanctions
US extends waivers on Iran sanctions to China and India
Zardari 'skips' Iran visit
ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari reached Britain Friday night on a five-day foreign trip, skipping his expected first stop Tehran.However, President House official sources said the Iran trip was not on the itinerary as it had not been 'finalised ...
Pakistan, Iran likely to sign pact on gas pipeline
US, Israel, incapable of threatening Iran - spokesman
Pak-Iran to enhance cultural ties
Iran's long-range missiles said to lag US intelligence fears
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An internal report for the U.S. Congress has concluded that Iran probably is no longer on track, if it ever was, to having an ocean-crossing missile as soon as 2015. The study casts doubt on a view long held by U.S. intelligence ...
HSBC, Standard Chartered Close to Resolving Iran Claims
HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA) and Standard Chartered Plc (STAN) may settle U.S. charges involving money-laundering violations and dollar-clearing transactions on behalf of Iranian clients as soon as next week, two people familiar with the negotiations said.
Standard Chartered sees $330 million Iran fine
Standard Chartered to Pay Additional $330 Million in Iran Settlement
Standard Chartered to Pay $330 Million to Settle Iran Money Transfer Claims
Sydney Morning Herald
When Push Comes to Shove on Iran
New York Times
It does not directly threaten a neighbor with annihilation, or project the likelihood of destabilization of its region as a nuclear-armed or nuclear-capable Iran would do in the Middle East. But there is a similarity. North Korea's rush to the bomb was ...
Iran time bomb no longer just a hypothetical
US Extends Iran Sanctions Exemptions for China, India, South Korea
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The countries qualified for the extensions by continuing to reduce their purchases of Iranian crude, the U.S. State Department said in a statement. The exemptions, which were granted to the countries in June, are subject to renewal every 180 days ...
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Iran to observe North Korea missile test
Western diplomatic sources say an engineering team from the Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, the Iranian organization that developed the Shehab-3 ballistic missile which constitutes the backbone of the Islamic Republic's strategic missile force, will be ...
The World Next Week: North Korean Rocket Launch, the IAEA Iran Talk, and ...
'Inspecting Iran site would be useful'
WASHINGTON - UN nuclear inspections at a military complex near Tehran would be “very useful” despite extensive earth-moving work there by Iranian authorities, the head of the UN atomic agency said. The International Atomic Energy Agency has accused ...
UN nuclear chief: Alleged weapons testing site was probably sanitized by Iran
IAEA reports no progress on access to Iran nuclear facilities
Iran upset US to qualify for semis in kabaddi
Times of India
Rupnagar: Iran pulled off a big surprise as they stunned formidable United States of America by 45-41 in a do-or-die pool D league match in the men's section of 3rd Kabaddi World Cup 2012 at the jam-packed Nehru Stadium on Friday. Both teams had two ...
Egypt reserved on Iran's courtship
After years of icy ties under Hosni Mubarak, Iran finally saw the opportunity to get on better terms with the regional Arab heavyweight. The prominence of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood raised hopes among the regime in Iran of an "Islamic Awakening." "Iran ...