Iranian media call for revenge for scientist killings, as leaders seem to ...
Iranian state media are raising the specter of revenge assassinations on Israeli and possibly Western targets in response to the killings of nuclear scientists that Iran has blamed on Israel and the US, the latest development in an escalating, ...
Leader: CIA, Mossad behind Iran killing
Iran to Let In UN Atomic Inspectors
Iran Signals Revenge Over Killing of Scientist
Iran's 'distressed' oil to keep flowing - at deep discount
By Steve Hargreaves @CNNMoney January 12, 2012: 4:49 PM ET As Japan, South Korea and European counties wean themselves from Iranian crude, the country could be forced to sell its oil for 10% to 15% less. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Despite tightening ...
EU Iran Oil Embargo Over Nuclear Work Said Likely to Be Delayed Six Months
RPT-UPDATE 2-India to buy Iran oil despite US sanctions -minister
EU's Iran Oil Embargo Said Likely to Be Delayed for Six Months
Dangerous Tension With Iran
New York Times
With tensions over its nuclear program heading toward a crisis point, Iran has threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz and started enriching uranium at an underground bunker facility. The United States and Europe are tightening sanctions to choke off ...
Top Iran leader is warned by U.S. on strait threat
West's pressure on Iran may squeeze U.S., too
Iran, US need a crisis exit ramp
In Standoff With Iran, US Allies Offer Oil for Asia
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Pressure on Iran mounted on Thursday, with the United States saying it was determined to isolate the country's central bank, and three of Iran's largest oil customers — Japan, South Korea and China — getting assurances that Saudi Arabia ...
China's Wen to Juggle Iran Oil Need With Saudi Ties on Gulf Trip
Iran to Loom Over Wen's Mideast Trip
Iran, West use oil weapon in gulf standoff
Israel ups security abroad after Iran scientist killed
By YAAKOV KATZ Defense establishment tightening security for overseas delegations amid fears of Iranian retaliation for assassination of nuclear scientist; Israel has neither confirmed nor denied its role in the assassination. ...
Obama, Netanyahu discuss developments in Iran
Obama, Netanyahu speak on Iran developments
Obama, Netanyahu Discuss Mideast, Iran
Islamic Republic News Agency
Ahmadinejad Reiterates Iran, Cuba's Common Positions on Int'l Developments
Fars News Agency
The Iranian President and revolutionary leader of Cuba also called for strengthening unity among world nations to resist expansionism of bullying powers. The Iranian President also called for promotion of Tehran-Havana relations in various fields. ...
Iranian, Ecuadorian presidents begin bilateral talks
Iranian leader says Cuba, Iran think alike
Iran, Ecuador presidents hold talks
US slaps sanctions on China state oil trader over Iran
The State Department said the move was part of a broadening international effort to target Iran's energy sector and persuade Tehran to rein in its nuclear ambitions. "The sanctions announced today are an important step toward that goal, as they target ...
Q+A: New Iran sanctions law lets Obama pull his punches
Iran Bazaar Sees Rush to Dump Rial as Sanctions Hurt
Iran sanctions, who suffers most?
Iran says it wants serious nuclear talks
By Selcan Hacaoglu AP / January 12, 2012 ANKARA, Turkey—Iran's parliamentary speaker on Thursday said he believed that the standoff over his country's nuclear program can be solved through serious talks. Ali Larijani told a news conference after ...
Iran nuclear: Ali Larijani accepts Turkey talks offer
Iran Expresses Willingness To Resume Nuclear Negotiations
Iran 'open to nuclear talks'
New York Daily News
Ex-Marine Unlikely as Spy in Iran, Experts Say
Wall Street Journal
By NATHAN HODGE Former US Marine Amir Hekmati, caught up in the conflict between Washington and Tehran, has been portrayed by Iran as a spy, a suspicion fueled by his prior military service and past employment with defense contractors. ...
Iran sentences ex-Marine to death in CIA case
Video game maker linked to US prisoner in Iran
Mt. Pleasant man trying to bring home American prisoner from Iran
Iran tightens Internet restrictions
Los Angeles Times
REPORTING FROM TEHRAN AND BEIRUT -- Many owners of Iranian Internet cafes are casting a wary eye on their calendars this month. By Jan. 18, they will be required to have implemented a list of new restrictions recently put out by authorities. ...