Iran begins military exercises, threatens to cut oil exports
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran began ground military exercises Saturday and defiantly warned that it could cut off oil exports to "hostile" European nations as tensions rise over suggestions that military strikes are an increasing possibility if sanctions ...
Diplomat: Iran to Keep Cooperating With Nuclear Agency
Iran will certainly cut crude exports to some EU nations
TEHRAN - Iran will certainly stop exporting crude oil to some European Union countries in response to the recent oil embargo on the country, Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi said on Saturday. Speaking to reporters in a press conference in Tehran, ...
Iran calls on EU states to review decisions
Iran says oil ban will not halt nuclear work
Iran: 'Some' European Countries to Lose Oil Imports
German FM: Europe determined to prevent nuclear-armed Iran; warns against ...
MUNICH — Germany's foreign minister says Europe is determined to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran but is warning against military action. Sitting on a panel with US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Guido ...
Ayalon in Germany: Pressure Iran 'until it breaks'
Pacifists protest possible war against Iran
NEW YORK — Hundreds of protesters demonstrated Saturday in New York and pacifist groups took to the streets in dozens of other US and Canadian cities in a "Day of Mass Action" against a possible war with Iran. About 500 protesters gathered in ...
Protesters In NYC March Against Future Military Action Against Iran
Protesters speak out against US policies toward Iran
'World's ability to limit Iran missile program fading'
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPOND 02/05/2012 03:04 By Rauf Mohseni/Reuters WASHINGTON – Iran's missile program is becoming increasingly self-reliant, lessening the ability of the international community to limit its capabilities, ...
Iran starts mass production of new naval cruise missiles, IRGC gets first batch
Iranian Missile, Nuclear Program a Direct Threat to the US
Iran mass producing anti-ship cruise missile: TV
Iran reports launch of small satellite into orbit
A still from a broadcast report on the English-language Iranian Press TV is said to show the launch of the Navid observation satellite into orbit early Friday. By Nasser Karimi TEHRAN, Iran — Iran successfully launched a new small satellite into orbit ...
Iran: Small Satellite Launched Into Orbit
Reports: Iran successfully launches small Earth-watching satellite
Iran reports launching small satellite into orbit, latest in its ambitious ...
Kansas City Star
Analysis: Iran sanctions threaten US-India ties
NEW DELHI, India — The West's quest to impose a painful embargo on Iran is slamming into a harsh reality: India is declining to cooperate. Without the participation of major importing nations like India, the sanctions are far less likely to succeed in ...
Harsh V Pant: Learning from China on Iran
China unlikely to join embargo against Iranian oil
Germany Seeks China's Help on Iran
Did Iran bribe China to torpedo UN vote?
by Aaron KleinEmail | Archive JERUSALEM – According to a senior Egyptian security official speaking to WND, Iran offered China a deal to purchase oil at a cheaper price in exchange for vetoing a UN resolution today that called on Syrian President ...
US Says Syria's Assad Turns to Iran to Keep Power
Viewpoints: In Syria, it's not just about freedom; it's also about Iran
Russia, China veto UN draft resolution on Syria
Iran accused of intimidating BBC Persian staff
The BBC's director general has accused the Iranian authorities of intimidating those working for its Persian service. Mark Thompson wrote in a blog that the BBC had seen "disturbing new tactics", including the targeting of family members of those ...
Iran 'detaining' relatives of journalists: BBC
Iran Is Intimidating BBC Staff, BBC Reports, Citing Director
BBC accuses Iran of 'bullying and harassment' of its staff and their relatives
Banking Hub Adds to Pressure on Iran
Wall Street Journal
An organization that is central to the international banking system said it is working with US and European governments to address their concerns that its financial services are being used by Iran to avoid sanctions and conduct illicit business.
EU planning sanctions against Iran telecoms sector
US Senate seeks to shut Iran out of global banking system
Senate Panel Approves Potentially Toughest Penalty Yet Against Iran's Wallet