New York Times
Sanctions Against Iran Grow Tighter, but What's the Next Step?
New York Times
WASHINGTON — As the Obama administration and its European allies toughened economic sanctions against Iran on Monday — blocking its access to the world financial system and undermining its critical oil and gas industry — officials on both sides of ...
Obama: 'All options' - including diplomacy - still on with Iran
Obama: US is determined to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon
Determined to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapon: Obama
Los Angeles Times
Iranian film scores rare double Oscar nod
By Jordan Riefe | LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Iran scored its first foreign language film Oscar nomination in 14 years on Tuesday dominating a field of movies with subjects ranging from Jewish refugees in wartime Poland to corruption in the Flemish beef ...
Iranian, Belgian, Canadian, Israeli and Polish films competing for foreign ...
Oscars: 'A Separation,' 'Footnote' top foreign language film nominees
Iran threatens to try to cut off supply of all Middle East oil; may cut prices ...
NEW YORK — The US and Europe are trying to stop Iran, the world's third-biggest oil exporter, from selling crude. Iran's response is to threaten to disrupt shipments from the entire Middle East. Yet oil prices have hardly budged. They're at $98.95, ...
Iran says sanctions to fail, repeats Hormuz threat
OIL FUTURES: Crude Slips As Traders Assess Iran Embargo
Christian Science Monitor
Bid for Iran nuclear talks confronts old snags
By Brian Murphy AP / January 24, 2012 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—The last time Iran's nuclear envoys held talks with the US and other world powers, the negotiations limped along until a parting shot by the Islamic Republic: Its labs boosted the ...
Five reasons to attack Iran
Bid to restart Iran nuclear talks pits Western demands against Tehran's defiance
The covert war against Iran
Netanyahu: World must stop Iran from conducting second holocaust
By Jonathan Lis Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the international community Tuesday to take steps against Iran's nuclear program and "not sit idly by" during any attempt to carry out another Holocaust. "This is a day when the world needs to ...
Netanyahu cites Holocaust lesson in dealing with Iran
PM: World silent while Iran, Hezbollah threaten to destroy Israel
Republican Presidential Contenders Spar With Each Other and on Iran
Voice of America
January 23, 2012 Republican Presidential Contenders Spar With Each Other and on Iran Jim Malone | Washington The four remaining candidates for the Republican Party's presidential nomination met for a testy debate in Florida late Monday, just one week ...
All eyes on Iran in Florida presidential debate
Gingrich says he “disagrees deeply” with Paul on Iran
Republican candidates take on Tampa
EU Names Iran, Syria Sanctions Targets
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Samuel Rubenfeld Though the European Union agreed on Monday to sanctions against Iran and Syria, some targets of those sanctions were not published — and the measures didn't go into effect — until Tuesday. The targets publicized Monday were an ...
Iran hopes Syria mission will help foster national cohesion
Iran welcomes Arab monitors'' report on Syrian crisis
Syria's Assad rejects Arab League call to resign
Hindu Business Line
Iran Said to Seek Yen Oil Payments From India Amid Sanctions
23 (Bloomberg) -- Iran has asked India to pay for oil partly in yen as the two nations seek an agreement on how to maintain trade amid tightening global sanctions, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. At talks in Tehran last week, ...
India MRPL may buy less Iran oil in 2011/12
MRPL worried about crude supply disruption from Iran
Mangalore Refinery Expects Less-Than-Planned Crude Imports From Iran
It's Time to Talk to Iran
In December 1977, between 6 and 9 million Iranians with a wide array of grievances took to the streets of Iran to protest the rule of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi. The average Iranian had become accustomed to the extravagant spending of the Shah and the ...
Reza Pahlavi of Iran Charges Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei of Crimes ...
Iran cracks down on Barbie dolls in new campaign against western influence
Police have closed down dozens of toy shops for selling Barbie dolls in Iran, part of a decades-long crackdown against "manifestations of western culture," the semiofficial Mehr news agency reported Friday. Barbie dolls are sold wearing swimsuits and ...