Iran paying for grain with gold, oil - traders
By Valerie Parent and Michael Hogan | PARIS/HAMBURG Feb 9 (Reuters) - Iran is seeking to close grain purchases using gold and oil as payment, and has paid in yen for a large volume of wheat in its first deal since western sanctions against Tehran ...
India Explores Economic Opportunities in Iran, Denting Western Sanctions Plan
Rising Tension Make Iran Top Fear
Analysts: Iran's Nuclear Program Could Provoke War
The Associated Press
Santorum: Obama trying to allow Iran to have nuke
The Associated Press
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Thursday accused President Barack Obama of actively seeking ways to allow Iran to gain a nuclear weapon and suggested that the administration had betrayed Israel by publicly ...
Iran Man - by Uri Friedman
Santorum accuses Obama of trying to find a way to allow Iran to have a nuclear ...
Santorum: I'm the consistent social conservative
Report: Iran adds 2 submarines to naval fleet
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran's official news agency reported Thursday that the navy has added two more domestically built light submarines to its fleet. By Kamran Jebreili, AP Fishing boats are seen in front of oil tankers Jan. 19 in Persian Gulf waters, ...
Report: Iran adds 2 submarines to naval fleet amid tensions over Strait of Hormuz
What If Iran Closed The Straits Of Hormuz?
Iran celebrates 33rd anniversary of Islamic revolution
With more than 5000 years of continuous history, Iranian society has a rich set of cultures and traditions that very few other societies can claim. Recent discoveries indicate that, centuries before the rise of the earliest civilizations in Mesopotamia ...
Iran's 1979 Revolution inspired Islamic awakening: Ambassador
Tough Words From Iran's Leaders as Sanctions Cut Deep
Iranian FM Views Islamic Revolution Source of Inspiration for Muslim World
Hamas drifting away from longtime patron Iran
(AP Photo/Hatem Moussa, File) By Karin Laub and Brian Murphy Associated Press / February 9, 2012 GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip—Hamas appears to be drifting away from its longtime patron Iran -- part of a shift that began with last year's Arab Spring and ...
EU Sanctions on Iran's Main Ports Will Slash Trade If Enforced
10 (Bloomberg) -- New European Union sanctions on Iran's largest ports operator will curb billions of euros in otherwise legal trade, if EU authorities police those seeking ways around the rules, according to trade lawyers, shipping and insurance ...
Report: Iran bans daughter of opposition leader from university teaching job
CAIRO, Egypt — An Iranian opposition website reported Thursday that authorities have banned one of the daughters of opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi from her teaching job. The report by Kaleme.com said Mousavi's daughter was omitted from the list ...
Ahmadinejad seeks rebound in Iranian elections
Iranian lawmakers sit in an open session of the parliament in Tehran, Iran, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012. Allies of embattled President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have turned from Tehran and other big cities — and away from the direct competition with rivals ...
Ahmadinejad allies fly under the radar ahead of Iran elections
Iranian Parliament tired of populism
Battered Iranian President Ahmadinejad seeks political rebound in parliament ...
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
Iran War: What Is AIPAC Planning?
These are strange times for those of us who follow the debate about a possible war with Iran. It is clear that the Israeli government and its neoconservative camp followers here in the United States are increasing pressure on President Obama to either ...
Will AIPAC and Bibi get their war?
A Single Roll of the Dice: sharp analysis of Iran diplomacy
As the founder of an advocacy group for Iranian-Americans, Trita Parsi has a wide network of contacts throughout the Middle East, and, clearly, he has reached out to that network to provide fascinating insights into the recent history of US-Iranian ...
There is more to Iran than meets the eye
'We feel completely alone . . . We feel we are fighting Russia, Iran and ...
Syria risks civil war, sanctions pointless:Turkey