Iran Sanctions Help Tanker Operator
Wall Street Journal
By BENOÎT FAUCON Iranian oil stored at sea is building up due to international sanctions, but the measures are also proving a boon to the country's homegrown tanker operator, officials in Tehran said Tuesday, underscoring the mixed effect of mounting ...
Iran Says Cyberattack on Oil Industry Had Little Impact
Iran Talks Won't Halt Oil Sanctions, Societe Generale Says
Computer virus targets Iran's oil industry
Iran's cyber prowess: Could it really have cracked drone codes?
Christian Science Monitor
Iran claims it hacked into the data banks of a captured CIA stealth drone. US officials dismiss it as 'bluster,' but aviation and cyber experts say it's possible. By Scott Peterson, Staff writer / April 24, 2012 A model of a US RQ-170 Sentinel Drone, ...
Nah, Iran Probably Didn't Hack CIA's Stealth Drone
Iran says it recovered data from captured US drone
Iran says it hacked into the data banks of a captured CIA stealth drone
IDF chief to Haaretz: I do not believe Iran will decide to develop nuclear weapons
Gantz says the international pressure on Iran, in the form of diplomatic and economic sanctions, is beginning to bear fruit. By Amos Harel Tags: Iran IDF Benny Gantz Gaza Hezbollah "If Iran goes nuclear it will have negative dimensions for the world, ...
Obama administration's handling of Syria and Iran
BRET BAIER, ANCHOR: President Obama at the Holocaust Museum today, saying that he signed an executive order authorizing sanctions against the Syria government and Iran for use of technology to target dissenters in either one of those countries.
Obama Levies New Tech Sanctions on Syria, Iran
executive order sanctions telecom technology to Syria and Iran
US puts sanctions on telecom firms in Syria, Iran
Unplug Companies That Help Iran and Syria Spy on Citizens
US, European and other companies are selling technologies that enable the repressive Iranian and Syrian regimes to disrupt and monitor the Internet and track down government critics, as documented in media reports, notably by Bloomberg News.
Obama Issues Order to Block Tracking Technology Used in Syria, Iran
Obama cracks down on Iran and Syria's surveillance of dissidents
Activist Describes Iran's Harsh Prison Conditions
Voice of America
April 24, 2012 Activist Describes Iran's Harsh Prison Conditions VOA News A Kurdish human rights activist serving a 3.5-year jail sentence in Iran has provided a rare glimpse into what he says are harsh conditions inside the country's detention ...
Exclusive: Indian shipping firms to carry Iran crude despite reduced insurance
By Nidhi Verma and Randy Fabi | NEW DELHI/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Indian shipping firms will continue to transport Iranian crude even if limited insurance coverage due to tightening Western sanctions leaves them financially exposed to a spill or accident ...
Iranian American talk show aims to assist immigrants, educate community
For the Iranian American community, September 11 had an unexpected consequence — a new talk show. “After 9/11, the whole culture changed,” said Zohreh “Zoe” Rastegar, host and producer of Accent productions, as she described why she felt the need to ...
New York Daily News
Iran experiencing luxury car boom
New York Daily News
Despite a hurting economy and crippling economic sanctions, Iran is reportedly experiencing an unprecedented luxury car boom, with wealthy citizens paying up to $360000 for high-end vehicles. "Buyers are paying upfront for these cars, which generally ...
Iran talks offer some hope: analyst
Pakistan Daily Times
The nuclear talks between Iran and the West in Istanbul have quieted the war drums — for now. That is a very good thing, because, for the first time in nearly a decade, a convergence of events has opened up the possibility of negotiating limits to ...
Netanyahu: "We know" what Iran is doing
Netanyahu says Iran sanctions 'better work soon'
Iran and Israel: Comparing military machines