Despite sanctions, Iran shows no change in nuclear ambitions
By Oren Dorell, USA TODAY Iran is finding ways around international sanctions meant to pressure its leaders to abandon its nuclear aspirations, even as evidence mounts that sanctions are hurting the Iranian people, analysts say.
Israeli general: 'Rational' Iranian leaders not pushing nuclear bomb
Israel's top general says Iran unlikely to make bomb
Israeli military chief: Iran will not build nuclear bomb
Iranian diplomat leaves Brazil amid sexual abuse allegations
The diplomat is understood to have worked at Iran's Embassy in the Brazilian capital, Brasilia. Allegations were originally chalked up to cultural differences. (CNN) -- Iran has recalled a diplomat from Brazil amid allegations he sexually abused ...
Iran diplomat accused of fondling girls
Tehran Recalls Diplomat Accused Of Groping Girls In Brazil
Briton in Iran missile case released on $1M bail
EL PASO, Texas – A British man who was brought to Texas to face charges that he tried to sell missile parts to Iran was released from US custody Wednesday on $1 million bond. Christopher Tappin left US custody after a federal magistrate gave final ...
Briton accused in Iran missile scheme released from US custody
Iran Cyber Attack Oil Industry Contained, Official Says
By Ladane Nasseri on April 25, 2012 A cyber attack that targeted Iran's crude industry and caused computer systems at the Oil Ministry and other related state-owned businesses to crash has been “fully contained,” a government official said.
Iran Sanctions Help Tanker Operator
Iran Says Cyberattack on Oil Industry Had Little Impact
Iran says it fended off cyber attack on its IT systems
4 Iran Guards killed in clashes with Kurd rebels
TEHRAN, Iran – Four troops from Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guards have been killed in clashes with Kurdish rebels in western Iran, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported Wednesday. Eight others were wounded. The fighting erupted outside Paveh, ...
Press group says Iran has arrested associate of Nobel laureate Ebadi
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A press watchdog group says Iran has arrested a close associate of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi. Wednesday's statement by Paris-based Reporters Without Borders says the group “strongly condemns” the jailing of ...
Israel's new ties to Azerbaijan worry neighboring Iran
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By Sheera Frenkel JERUSALEM -- The burgeoning relationship between Israel and Azerbaijan is raising eyebrows throughout the Middle East, not least of all because Azerbaijan is Iran's neighbor to the north and shares close cultural and demographic ties ...
Israel says Iran must stop all enrichment, denies having access to Azerbaijan ...
'Iran should be taken to the UN on islands issue'
Clockwise from top left: Flag of the UAE flutters on Abu Mousa; teachers from the UAE stranded in Gulf waters after they were denied entry to the island by Iranian authorities in 1992; the signboard of an Emirati school; and an aerial view of the ...
3 Persian Gulf islands are 'inseparable' parts of Iran's territory: UN envoy
Iran sends military to disputed Gulf islands
Dina al-Shibeeb: On US foreign policy failure in Iraq and conspiracy theories ...
US may have to strike Iran: Republican VP prospect
Potential Republican vice presidential candidate Marco Rubio said Wednesday that a unilateral "military solution" from the United States may be needed to stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear bomb. Rubio, a freshman senator from Florida, ...
Rubio says Iran should be prevented from having a nuclear weapon -- 'no option ...
Rubio: Military strike on Iran may be necessary
Rubio says US should do more to protect Syrians
Geithner: Economy Faces Risk From Europe, Iran
By Cheyenne Hopkins on April 25, 2012 Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner said the US faces risks from the crisis in Europe while the confrontation with Iran has helped drive up oil prices. “We still face some risks ahead,” Geithner said to the ...