Wall Street Journal
Iran oil exports fall as sanctions take toll
By Alex Lawler | LONDON (Reuters) - Iranian oil exports have fallen significantly in March, industry sources said on Friday, as some buyers stop or scale back purchases to abide by Western sanctions aimed at slowing Tehran's nuclear program.
Jitters Over Iran Push Up Crude
Report of falling Iranian exports briefly boosts oil above $108 per barrel
Oil jumps on Iran export report
Iran sanctions bring unintended, unwanted results
By Peter Apps, Political Risk Correspondent | LONDON (Reuters) - Western sanctions have so far failed to deter Iran from pursuing its nuclear program and their unexpected and unintended side-effects are producing a new collection of challenges.
US Wants Iran Oil Buyers to Pledge Cuts or Risk Sanctions
South Africa, US Discuss Iran Sanctions
EU expands sanctions against Iran
ABC News (blog)
Preventing a nuclear Iran
To contain Iran, or to preempt? That is, at present, the question. President Obama's recent dismissal of containment as an option would seem to stack the deck. Unless Iran pauses its uranium enrichment activities, an Israeli or US strike against its ...
Jeffrey Goldberg Replies on Israel, Iran, and 'Bluffing', Round 2
'Israel Loves Iran' Campaign Gains Force
Special Report: Intel shows Iran nuclear threat not imminent
Foreign Policy (blog)
Iran helping Assad to put down protests: officials
By Mark Hosenball | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran is providing a broad array of assistance to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to help him suppress anti-government protests, from high-tech surveillance technology to guns and ammunition, US and European ...
Iran helping Assad to put down protests - officials
VIEWPOINT: Iran Looms Large in Syria Conflict
US struggles with Iran for influence in Iraq
Iran, North Korea threats loom over nuclear summit; Obama goal to corral loose ...
WASHINGTON — Halfway into an ambitious four-year effort to safeguard nuclear materials from terrorists, President Barack Obama and other world leaders are lagging behind their self-imposed goals and facing renewed threats from Iran and North Korea.
Fears About North Korea and Iran Will Dominate Nuclear Summit Meeting in Seoul
Obama heads to Seoul for nuclear security talks
South Korea summit offers a stage for Obama's nuclear agenda
China's ZTE to "curtail" business in Iran
By Steve Stecklow (Reuters) - ZTE Corp, China's second-largest telecommunications equipment maker, said it will "curtail" its business in Iran following a report that it had sold Iran's largest telecom firm a powerful surveillance system capable of ...
Special Report: Chinese firm helps Iran spy on citizens
Iran buys Chinese surveillance system
Exclusive: Iran ramps up food imports via Turkish banks: trade
By Jonathan Saul and Michael Hogan | LONDON/HAMBURG (Reuters) - Almost half a million metric tonnes of grain has arrived at Iran's major food port and Turkish banks are being used by the Islamic Republic as an alternative trade financing route to ...
Sanctions imposed on Iran by US, EU & UN
Iran ramps up food imports via Turkish banks
Fall in Iranian visitors upsets Antalya's tourism industry
Iran complains of NYPD "harassment"
(AP) UNITED NATIONS - Iran's UN Mission says an Iranian identified in an Associated Press story as being under surveillance by the New York Police Department and as a potential spy by the FBI was being illegally harassed and was not involved in spying.
Iran's UN Diplomats Videotaped NYC Landmarks, Police Say
Obama blames high gas prices on Iran
USA TODAY (blog)
By David Jackson, USA TODAY For all the domestic political talk about high gas prices, President Obama says one major factor can be traced overseas: Iran. "Right now the key thing that is driving higher gas prices is actually the world's oil markets ...
To Stop Iran, the GOP Should Back Obama
Tension with Iran adding $20-30 to oil prices: Obama
News bites: Gas prices will soar if Iran blocks key oil route
Rep. Rogers on Iran Sanctions, Oil Supply
23, 2012 - March 23 (Bloomberg) -- US Representative Mike Rogers, a Republican from Michigan and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, talks about the impact of rising global tensions over Iran's nuclear program on oil prices.