Christian Science Monitor
Iran's supreme leader embraced concept of nuclear arms, archival document suggests
Washington Post (blog)
By Joby Warrick Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, left, delivers a speech in Tehran. (Associated Press via Office of the Supreme Leader) In a speech three months ago, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei repeated his religious ...
Iran Toughening on Arab Gulf States and Softening on Nuclear Negotiations
Iran's Parchin complex: Why are nuclear inspectors so focused on it?
Why we all should worry about Iran
Iran cleric praises atom talks, signals shift-analysts
Says West accepts Iran's enrichment rights * Jannati warns powers against further sanctions By Marcus George DUBAI, April 20 (Reuters) - An influential Iranian cleric praised recent nuclear talks between Iran and world powers on Friday, the latest in a ...
Best course for Iranian nuclear talks: Take it slow, say experts
Trudy Rubin: Guarded optimism on Iran
Iran Oil Minister Warns of New Sale Cuts to Europe
Calming Tensions With Iran Is the Real Solution on Oil
U.S. News & World Report
A conflict between Israel and Iran, possibly including the US, would put the 15 million barrels of oil per day that sails through the Strait of Hormuz at risk. Oil speculators are rightly placing a "risk premium" on world oil supplies because a closure ...
Japan's Cosmo Oil renews Iran oil imports deal-sources
EU could review Iran oil ban in coming months: official
Iran builds submarine force in Persian Gulf face-off
Iran summons Swiss envoy over US comments about Abu Musa
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned the Swiss ambassador to Tehran in protest over the US State Department's 'meddling comments' about a recent visit to the Iranian island of Abu Musa by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Iran summons Swiss ambassador over US official's remarks on Abu Musa Island
Iran: Dispute Over Islands Grows
Iran Picks Awkward Time to Escalate Gulf Tensions
Sanctions leave Iran with few options for selling oil
(CBS News) For years, the US and Europe have been trying everything short of going to war to get Iran to drop its nuclear program. That includes unprecedented sanctions. CBS News correspondent Anthony Mason looks into how those sanctions are working.
UN committee adds more names to Iran sanctions list
UNITED NATIONS - A UN Security Council committee has expanded its Iran blacklist to include two Iranian individuals and one firm for attempting to skirt UN sanctions by shipping arms to Africa in 2010, the US envoy to the United Nations said on Friday.
New Iran Sanctions Committee Designations
Iran to import 1.7 mln T wheat in 2012/13 - FAO
MILAN, April 20 (Reuters) - Iran's wheat import needs are expected to drop 32 percent year on year to 1.7 million tonnes in the 2012/13 marketing year (April/March) thanks to higher carryover stocks from the current season, the UN's Food and ...
Iran doesn't want Kavoos Soofi back, official says of refugee rejected by Canada
By Olivia Ward Foreign Affairs Reporter Canada's ministry of citizenship and immigration wants to deport Kavoos Soofi to his native Iran as a failed asylum seeker: but an Iranian official says the country doesn't want him. “Any Iranian citizen who ...
After 4-month surge, gas prices start falling
Oil rose to $110 as the West tightened sanctions on Iran in an effort to make it harder for that country to sell oil and pressure it to abandon its nuclear ambitions. Fears that retaliation by Iran could disrupt Middle Eastern supplies pushed oil ...
Pakistan, Iran holding talks on barter trade tomorrow
The News International
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Iran will hold talks on Sunday in Tehran on the proposed 'barter trade deal' - a move which, if materialised, would be a major breakthrough in trade relations between the two countries. A high-powered Pakistani delegation will ...
Pak, Iran have potential to cater to each other's needs: Iran CG
Iran invites investment in agriculture, tourism
Pak-Iran capable to cater to each other's needs