Nuclear experts in Iran on day of oil embargo vote |
By Robin Pomeroy and Hossein Jaseb | TEHRAN (Reuters) - UN nuclear inspectors arrived in Iran on Sunday, hoping to shed light on suspected military aspects of Tehran's atomic work, on the day its lawmakers look set to ban oil exports to Europe in ...
UN inspectors visit Iran as nuclear tensions rise
UN nuclear team arrives in Iran hoping for progress on probing alleged arms ...
Nuclear experts in Iran on day of oil embargo vote
Fars News Agency
Fitch: EU Iran oil ban to support high oil prices
Fitch Ratings has said in a newly-published report that the embargo on Iranian oil imports to the European Union will increase geopolitical risk in the Middle East region supporting high oil prices. Iran's reaction to the EU sanctions, and particularly ...
Iran oil chief: sanctions to hit EU buyback firms
Iranian lawmakers finalize bill to ban oil sales to EU; vote expected on Sunday
Iranian Parliament Finalizes Draft Bill on Cutting Oil Supplies to Europe
German commemorations avoid Iranian Shoah denial
Though last year Iranian lawmakers, who represent a Holocaust- denying government, appeared in the Bundestag for meetings, there were no media calls for a code of conduct barring Iranian deniers of the Shoah. The 91-year-old Polish-born Reich-Ranicki ...
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Syrian opposition says Iran plays role in crackdown
ISTANBUL — The opposition Syrian National Council on Saturday accused Iran of "participation" in the bloody crackdown on protests in Syria and called on Tehran to stop supporting the Damascus regime. "The Council condemns the participation of the ...
Syrian opposition council accuses Iran of role in bloody crackdown
Iran demands immediate release of pilgrims abducted in Syria
Iranians abducted were moved out from Syria to Lebanon
Economist who foresaw '08 crash warns conflict with Iran could cause global ...
He also warned that a conflict with Iran over its controversial nuclear program could lead to a global recession. Until Europe radically reforms itself and the US gets serious about its own debt mountain, Roubini said, the world economy will continue ...
Pentagon Seeks Mightier Bomb vs. Iran
Wall Street Journal
By ADAM ENTOUS And JULIAN E. BARNES WASHINGTON—Pentagon war planners have concluded that their largest conventional bomb isn't yet capable of destroying Iran's most heavily fortified underground facilities, and are stepping up efforts to make it more ...
US bombs not strong enough to destroy Iran's nuclear program, report says
Pentagon Looking at Bigger Bomb, Navy SEALs Mothership for Persian Gulf
US toothless against Iran rock: Pentagon seeks new superbomb
Iran university says US has arrested scientist
WASHINGTON – The US has arrested and charged an Iranian semiconductor scientist with importing US lab equipment to Iran. The move is likely to raise tensions between the two countries. Seyed Mojtaba Atarodi, 54, is a microchip expert and assistant ...
'US targets scientists to pressure Iran'
US Authorities Arrested Iranian Scientist, Now Released on Bail
The Express Tribune
Iran kills six alleged Pakistani drug traffickers: Report
The Express Tribune
By AFP TEHRAN: Iranian border guards killed six alleged “drug traffickers” were said to have crossed over from Pakistan, the official IRNA news agency said on Saturday. The six were shot dead after they allegedly crossed the border and opened fire, ...
EDITORIAL: Custodial deaths
Iranian Guards Kill Six Pakistanis
Pakistan accuses Iran of killing 6 on border
The Daily Star
Iran says willing to help Lebanon end power cuts
The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Iran is willing to help Lebanon out of its chronic electricity problems by various means, including through supplying the country with electricity and building additional power plants, Iranian Ambassador to Beirut Ghadanfar Roknabadi said ...
Iranian Envoy, Lebanese FM Stress Implementation of Bilateral Agreements
Iran says it can 'easily' resolve Lebanon's electricity problems
'Iran to export electricity to Lebanon'
Iran moves step closer to banning oil sales to EU
Click here Iran moves step closer to banning oil sales to EU Originally published: January 28, 2012 12:54 PM Updated: January 28, 2012 2:37 PM By The Associated Press (AP) -- Iranian lawmakers have finalized a draft bill requiring the government to ...