Voice of America
US poised to take Iranian exile group off terrorism list
The Obama administration is posed to remove an Iranian opposition group from the United States' list of terrorist groups, officials briefed on the talk told the Wall Street Journal, in a move sure to upset Tehran as nuclear talks between the countries ...
IAEA Presses Iran Ahead of P5+1 Talks
Iran Talks' Moment of Truth Has Arrived
UN nuclear agency to push Iran on military site access
Wall Street Journal
Iran Exile Group Nears US Rebirth
Wall Street Journal
By JAY SOLOMON And EVAN PEREZ Iranian families who were prevented by Iraqi security forces from entering Camp Ashraf to visit family members in December protested the move. 1970s MeK backers opposed to the Shah assassinate US officials, the US says.
Injustice in Washington is a threat to justice everywhere
In Iran Nuke Talks, Ehud Barak Is the Man to Watch
When US President Barack Obama dispatches his negotiators to Baghdad next week to join talks with Iran over the future of its nuclear program, he'll be most concerned about the reaction of one man: Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak.
underestimate Israel's military option for Iran
Putting 'the Iranian' to the test
McCain: New US, Israel 'red lines' needed on Iran's nuclear program
The News International
GCC Union Needs `Common Understanding' to Confront Iran
By Glen Carey on May 14, 2012 Saudi Arabia's call for greater unity among the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council will be achieved with a “common understanding” as the oil-bloc confronts regional turmoil and rising tensions with Iran.
Gulf states delay decisions on closer ties
Gulf Arabs delay talk of union at Riyadh meeting
Iran warned against Gulf unity meddling
Iran Sees Success in Stalling on Nuclear Issue
New York Times
TEHRAN — As Iran starts a critical round of talks over its nuclear program, its negotiating team may be less interested in reaching a comprehensive settlement than in buying time and establishing the legitimacy of its enrichment program, ...
The ayatollah contemplates compromise
International Business Times
Shahin Najafi, Iran Rapper, Reportedly Receives Death Threat By Islamist Website
DUBAI, May 14 (Reuters) - An Iranian rapper living in Germany has a $100000 bounty on his head after an Islamist website offered a reward for anyone who kills him over a song that satirises the Islamic Republic and irreverently addresses a historic ...
Rapper Faces Death Threats in Iran Over Song
Shahin Najafi, Iranian Rapper, Receives $100K Bounty, 'Fatwa,' For Song ...
14.05.2012Supposed Fatwa against Iranian Rapper Shahin Najafi''We Will ...
GCC warns Iran against meddling
They also called on Iran to refrain from meddling in the affairs of the Gulf states in the best interest of the Iran-GCC relations and for maintaining peace and security in the region. Speaking to reporters after the summit meeting, Foreign Minister ...
Iran, unable to sell oil, stores it on tankers
Increasingly hard-pressed to find buyers for its petroleum, Iran has been routinely switching off satellite tracking systems on its sea-bound oil tankers for more than a month, in what US officials and industry analysts describe as a cat-and-mouse game ...
South Korea Asks EU for Iran Crude-Shipment Insurance Exemption
Iran oil and the insurance factor
Ajai Shukla: Bridging the gulf on Iran
Sanctions putting real crunch on Iranian leadership
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Tighter sanctions imposed on Iran are having a serious effect, the Washington Post reports. They're having trouble selling their oil or getting it to market, and without oil revenues, the entire Iranian economy is threatened, as is the ability of the ...
Iraq Oil Output Beating Iran Ends Saddam Legacy
Iraq Oil Output Beating Iran Ends Saddam Legacy: Energy Markets
Oil prices likely to stay high despite good supply – IEA
Iran Prohibits Use of Foreign Email Addresses
By Adario Strange The closely watched crackdown on Iran's Internet access experienced another major development this week involving email access to the rest of the world. According to a new report from AFP, an order from the country's ...
Iran banning certain use of foreign e-mail providers
Iran bans select industries from using foreign e-mail providers
Iran Forbids Institutions From Dealing with Gmail Users