Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Exiles: Iran advancing active nuclear arms program
PARIS/VIENNA (Reuters) - An exiled Iranian opposition group said on Saturday that Iran has some 60 scientists and engineers involved in a concerted and expanding program to develop nuclear weapons under defense ministry auspices.
Iran and the IAEA Talk Again
Nuclear Negotiator Seeks 'Beginnings of the End' of Iran Dispute
Iran, IAEA talks under scrutiny ahead of Baghdad
Iranian president: Israel 'nothing more than a mosquito' to Iran
(CNN) -- Ahead of upcoming nuclear talks, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad downplayed the threat Israel poses to Iran, comparing it to an annoying bug. "Israel is nothing more than a mosquito which cannot see the broad horizon of the Iranian ...
Iranian president: No need to take up arms against Israel
Iran to increase annual steel output
Iran not to retreat an iota from its rights
Iran wins release of Turkish journalists in Syria
(Adds foreign minister's quote) ANKARA May 12 (Reuters) - Two Turkish journalists who went missing while reporting on the uprising in Syria two months ago were released on Saturday with Iran's help, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.
Turkish journalists detained in Syria released, fly to Iran
Iran helps release of Turkish reporters in Syria
Christian Science Monitor
A united, strong Israel
THE FORMATION by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of a new coalition comprising a parliamentary supermajority prompted hawks to conclude that he was laying the groundwork for a military strike against Iran. Doves speculated that the new ...
Patrick Cockburn: Netanyahu's threats to bomb Iran have served Israel – and ...
Israel Unity Deal Unlikely to Significantly Shift Iran Strategy
Israel unites as action against Iran looms
Iran row fuels hunt for new oil sources
Times of India
NEW DELHI: An unstable Persian Gulf and West Asia, coupled with the US pressure on India to cut oil imports from Iran, is driving New Delhi to make diversification a major plank of its energy policy. Now, India is looking at Canada, Nigeria, ...
Clinton in Asia - shifting the goal posts in international law?
What They Said: India's Balancing Act With the US and Iran
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Krishna Pokharel US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to India earlier this week came at an interesting time: It coincided with the visit of a trade delegation from Iran, which the US has been pressuring India to severe business ties with.
US Encourages India On Iran Oil
Clinton puts pressure on India to cut oil imports from Iran
Indian police to visit Iran to probe attack targeting Israeli diplomats in New ...
New York Times
Iran Presses for Official to Be Next Leader of Shiites
New York Times
As a temporal guide, he has championed Iraqi democracy, insisting on direct elections from the earliest days of the occupation, and warned against Iranian-style clerical rule. Frail at 81, he still greets visitors each morning at his home on a narrow ...
Iran pitches cleric as next Shia leader
Fars News Agency
Iran Oil Exports Fall In April As Sanctions Tighten-IEA
Wall Street Journal
(Adds analyst comment in paragraph five, tanker tracking data in paragraph seven, Iranian comment in paragraph 11 and 12.) By James Herron Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES LONDON (Dow Jones)--Iranian exports of crude oil fell sharply again in April and could be ...
Iran oil exports fall as sanctions bite, IEA says
IEA: Iran's Oil Matters Much for Market
Oil likely to stay high despite good supply: IEA
Iran poses no threat to its neighbors
TEHRAN - Deputy Chief of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces for Operational Affairs Brigadier General Mostafa Salami said Saturday that the Islamic Republic poses no threat to its neighbors, the English language satellite Press TV reported.
Iran prioritizes Hormuz Strait security: general
Iran no threat to neighbors: Cmdr. Salami
Commander: Iran Keen to Cooperate with Oman for Regional Security
Iranian Rapper Shanin Najafi Faces Death Threats for Song Deemed Insult
A German-based Iranian is in hiding after his single was deemed an insult to a Shi'a imam. In an interview, the artist says Tehran is instigating outrage—and he fears a fatwa. Just days after the release of a song that led to heated reactions in Iran ...