Israel Critical of Iran Nuclear Talks
Voice of America
April 17, 2012 Israel Critical of Iran Nuclear Talks Scott Stearns | The State Department Israeli officials say European Union-led negotiations over Iran's nuclear program are giving Tehran more time to develop nuclear weapons.
Top Iran Nuclear Scientist, Once Targeted for Assassination, Gets New ...
The Iran Hawks' Latest Misleading Meme
The stage is set for a deal with Iran
Iran leader's visit to island reignites feud with Emirates
By Ben Birnbaum The Iranian president's recent visit to a Persian Gulf island has reawakened a long-standing but often-overlooked diplomatic dispute between the Islamic republic and the United Arab Emirates. Foreign ministers from the six Gulf ...
Gulf Leaders Discuss UAE-Iran Island Dispute
UAE Cancels Soccer Match Amid Mounting Tension With Iran
Gulf bloc warns Iran in escalating dispute over islands
The Nation, Pakistan
Analysis: Marine insurance: the stranglehold on Iran?
By Clare Baldwin and Osamu Tsukimori | HONG KONG/TOKYO (Reuters) - Marine insurance, or lack of it, may yet turn out to be the most effective sanction used by Western nations in 17 years of tightening the screws on Iran's nuclear program.
The Magician Behind Iran's Vanishing Oil Tankers
Iran Says Saudis Can't Replace Its Oil Supply In The Long Term
Saudi Arabia Can't Fully Replace Iran Oil, Qasemi Says
Ahmadinejad warns against aggression on Iran
Detroit Free Press
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's armed forces will make its enemies regret any act of aggression against the Islamic Republic, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned on Tuesday as Iranians marked National Army Day with a military parade near the capital ...
Iran nuclear talks: why, this time, both sides are staying positive
Talking With Iran
Turkey's Role in Iran Nuclear Talks Could Diminish
Regional Security, Not Iran, a Primary Focus in South America
Iran and other external security issues were left out of Summit of the Americas debate CARTAGENA, Colombia -- The Sixth Summit of the Americas wrapped up Sunday without an overall consensus or a final declaration on how to address policy issues in the ...
Obama: US has offered no 'freebies' to Iran
Proactive Investors UK
NYMEX-US crude steadies, support from US pipeline plan, Iran
SINGAPORE, April 18 (Reuters) - US crude prices steadied above $104 a barrel on Wednesday, supported by a US pipeline reversal plan that should help ease domestic crude stocks and lingering concerns over a disruption to Iranian oil shipments.
Gasoline Slides to Six-Week Low as Brent Weakens Versus WTI
The Energy Report - BRENT CRUDE CRUNCH
MARKET WATCH: Market events narrow Brent-WTI spread
Iran Sanctions Hitting Turkish Economy, Energy Costs
By Indira AR Lakshmanan on April 17, 2012 Turkey's exports to Iran have fallen 20 percent this year and the cost of imported oil has soared after sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, Turkey's Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan said.
Iranian president warns against enemy aggression
Iran is flaunting its military strength and warning the US against intervening in its affairs – actions that underscore Western fears that Tehran isn't serious about giving up its uranium enrichment. Karim Sadjadpour of the Carnegie Endowment for Peace ...
Man on flight diverted to Iran is Boeing employee from Maple Valley
A Maple Valley man is the American who suffered a heart attack on a flight to Seattle last week and was taken to Iran for treatment, KIRO 7 Eyewitness News reported. James Eisenhart, 52, became ill on a flight from Dubai to Seattle.
Iran comes to American's rescue
American rescued by Iran doctors after midair heart attack praises medical care
Flight heart attack victim due back in UAE
Iran tightens grip on web in 'soft war' with West
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran calls it the "soft war" with the West: Battles to control, defend and monitor the Internet and other high-level telecommunications. The latest move came quietly when the powerful Revolutionary Guard recently launched what it claims ...