Los Angeles Times
Aggressive Acts by Iran Signal Pressure on Its Leadership
New York Times
WASHINGTON — A string of aggressive gestures by Iran this week — assassination attempts on Israelis living abroad that were attributed to Tehran, renewed posturing over its nuclear program and fresh threats of economic retaliation — suggest that ...
Iran nuclear claim met by skepticism
US Calls Iran's Nuclear Claim 'Hype' as Oil Rises on Fears
Iran's newest nuclear advances could stoke tensions
Iran threatens to cut some oil exports to Europe, touts nuclear advances
TEHRAN — Iran lashed out against Western sanctions on Wednesday with new threats to cut oil sales to European countries and defiant claims of progress in its nuclear facilities, statements that US officials dismissed as “bluster” and signs of ...
Iran Cuts Oil Exports to France and Netherlands, Mehr Says
Iran Warns 6 Countries in Europe It Will Cut Off Oil
Iran Warns Europeans It May Cut Off Oil Ahead Of Sanctions
Wall Street Journal
Israel-Iran tension sparks new concern in US
Israelis fear an attack from Iran, but there is a heated debate over what should be done about it. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports. By msnbc.com staff and NBC News Amid Israeli accusations that Iran is striking out at Jewish targets around the world, ...
Iran denies role in Thai blasts
Iranian Suspects 'Targeted' Israelis: Thai Police
Analysis: Was Iran behind the Bangkok bombings?
Opinion: India and Iran seek ways around US sanctions
It makes no sense that this week's attempts on the lives of Israeli diplomats in New Delhi and Bangkok were operations mounted by the Iranian government. Both India and Thailand are important trading partners of Iran at a time when the Tehran ...
Delhi rebuffs pressure on Iran ties
MANOJ JOSHI: The Iran-Israel conflict presents a new challenge for India
Visitors from Iran, Jordan under lens
Iran to EU nations: Oil exports might stop
On Wednesday, Iran threatened to cease oil delivery to six European Union nations, which in the first half of last year bought nearly 20 percent of Iran's total crude oil exports. Source: US Energy Information Administration. The Washington Post.
Dept. of Homeland Security 'concerned' over threats from Iran
Napolitano said her department is "conducting a lot of outreach" to Jewish communities across the country to address any concerns after car bombs in two countries overseas targeted Israeli officials and Iranian nationals set off explosions in Thailand.
US officials tell Jewish groups to be vigilant because of Iran tensions
Worries that Iran could target US Jewish groups
When Iran and Israel were friendly
US signals concern Iran, Russia arming Syria
(AFP/Getty Images) WASHINGTON - A State Department official says Iran and Russia are providing weapons to Syria that could be used against anti-government protesters. Thomas A. Countryman, assistant secretary for international security and ...
State Dept.: Russia and Iran still arming Bashar al-Assad
Obama's disastrous Syria and Iran policies
Financial Post (blog)
Iran's saber rattling over oil shows that the energy crisis is still with us
Rising tensions over Iran's saber rattling show that it's still with us. Oil still costs $100 a barrel or so, even more for the Brent quality crude sold in London, a more widely used benchmark. In inflation-adjusted terms, crude oil prices are higher ...
Iran's threats supporting oil price
Iran's nuke achievements not terribly new, impressive: US
In past few years, there have been series of mysterious incidents involving Iran's nuclear industry and people working in it. Iran says its nuclear program is purely for civilian use but Western powers believe it has military goals.
Iran touts advances in nuclear research