US Defines Its Demands for New Round of Talks With Iran
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration and its European allies plan to open new negotiations with Iran by demanding the immediate closing and ultimate dismantling of a recently completed nuclear facility deep under a mountain, according to American and ...
Iran lawmaker: We can produce nuclear weapons
Iran lawmaker: Country can produce nuclear weapons
Iran lawmaker: Country can produce nuclear weapons but will never do so
Iran oil development fund could reach $55bln-president
By Marcus George | DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday the country's sovereign wealth fund could reach $55 billion by March next year if oil prices kept high, in an apparent bid to defend his economic record in the ...
Iran non-oil exports surge 29% despite sanctions
Iran annual exports hit $178b despite sanctions
Iran's nuclear timetable
US officials say Iran's leaders are gathering the materials for a nuclear bomb but have not decided to build one. If they do, they'l have to overcome technical hurdles and risk having their work discovered by outsiders. Here are steps Iran might follow ...
US intelligence gains in Iran seen as boost to confidence
More than three years ago, the CIA dispatched a stealth surveillance drone into the skies over Iran. The bat-winged aircraft penetrated more than 600 miles inside the country, captured images of Iran's secret nuclear facility at Qom and then flew home.
Iran praises Guenter Grass poem criticizing Israel
TEHRAN, Iran -- A senior Iranian official has praised Nobel literature laureate Guenter Grass for a poem criticizing Israel, saying he has beautifully carried out his human and historical responsibility. In the poem published in European dailies ...
Nobel winner Grass seeks to quell controversy over poem criticizing Israel as ...
German Noble laureate Günter Grass loves Iran's clerical regime
Christian Science Monitor
As Nuclear Talks Near, Iran Softens Criticism of Turkey
New York Times
Iran's leaders on Friday backpedaled from their recent criticism of Turkey, the host of coming talks on the disputed Iranian nuclear program, in a possible indication of their concern about alienating the Turks at a time when Iran is facing increased ...
Obama's signal to Iran
Why Iran got huffy about a certain locale for next nuclear talks
Is Iran terminally unique?
Iranian navy frees Chinese ship hijacked by pirates
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian naval forces freed a Chinese freighter hijacked by Somali pirates off southern Iran on Friday and arrested all the attackers, the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars reported. "Through the successful mission of Iranian ...
Iran: Navy rescues 28 Chinese crew members of ship captured by pirates
Iran navy rescues China crew from hijacked freighter
US not backing off as Iran sanctions bite
By Rachelle Younglai and Timothy Gardner | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration's man in charge of squeezing Tehran over its nuclear program is unapologetic for the difficulties faced by banks in their dealings with Iran since the US ...
Iran halts oil shipments to Greece
Iran Halts Greek Oil Sales, May Cut Shell As Sanctions Bite
Iran stops selling oil to 2 Greek companies
Friends of Israel, Iran Negotiations Will Require Patience
Iran is a complex country that defies simple definition. It possesses a nuclear program increasingly under international scrutiny. It is regarded by the United States as a state sponsor of terrorism. And it makes its neighbors in the Middle East very ...
China steps up pressure to prevent any attack on Iran
Obama offers to accept Iran's civilian nuclear p ...
No alternative to diplomacy
Replacing Iran's Oil Production
Wall Street Pit
By James D. Hamilton Apr 7, 2012, 10:55 AM Author's Website If an embargo is successful in preventing Iran from selling a significant amount of oil on the world market, what would replace it? there currently appears to be sufficient supply of ...
Iran Halts Oil Sales To Major Greek Firms
Petronas South Africa unit Engen halts Iran crude imports