On Iran, We'll Probably Get Fooled Again
Wall Street Journal
By BRET STEPHENS In May 1981, John Kifner, a reporter for the New York Times who had covered the Iranian hostage crisis from start to finish, wrote a lengthy story seeking to explain how the embassy seizure had come about and why it dragged out for 444 ...
'Nuclear negotiations with Iran are not working'
Iran hopes 5+1 will take practical steps to advance talks
After Talks Falter, Iran Says It Won't Halt Uranium Work
New computer malware 'Flame' targeting Iran
By Maija Palmer, FT.com Cyber security firms have discovered a new malicious computer program that appears to be collecting sensitive information from Iran and other nations. (Financial Times) -- The discovery of a malicious computer program that ...
Powerful 'Flame' malware found infiltrating computers in Iran, Mideast
English-Language Cyberwar Software Might Have Targeted Iran
Powerful "Flame" cyber weapon found in Iran
Encouraging Iran by doing nothing
Washington Post (blog)
But US and Middle Eastern officials now see the attempts as part of a broader campaign by Iran-linked operatives to kill foreign diplomats in at least seven countries over a span of 13 months. The targets have included two Saudi officials, a half-dozen ...
Newspaper: Iran-linked operatives attempted to assassinate US, Israeli diplomats
US officials in Azerbaijan reportedly targeted for assassination in Iran ...
US officials among the targets of Iran-linked assassination plots
Iran says Syria massacre aimed at fomenting chaos
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran said on Monday the killing of more than 100 people, many of them children, in the Syrian town of Houla had been carried out in order to spread chaos and instability in Syria and block peace efforts. "We are certain that foreign ...
Israel blames Iran, Hezbollah for woes of Syria
Iran, China condemn 'terrorist action' in Syria's Houla
Iran confirms sending troops to Syria
Oil Climbs for Third Day on Greece Outlook, Iran Nuclear Tension
Prices climbed on May 25 after the United Nations said Iran boosted its output of enriched uranium. The nation faces an oil embargo starting July because of its nuclear program. “The economic front is looking slightly better and the geopolitical ...
Brent crude rises above $107; Greece, Iran eyed
Oil up to near $92 on Greece vote optimism, Iran
Brent crude oil closes above $107 on Greece, Iran
Iran rejects link to alleged coup plots in Bahrain
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's Foreign Ministry has rejected the country's alleged role in plotting to topple the regime in Bahrain. Bahrain on Sunday sentenced eight people to prison terms after they were accused of conspiring with suspected Iranian agents to ...
On Iran, Top Pentagon General Stresses Defense
ABC News (blog)
The top member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Monday described the US military posture in the Persian Gulf as “defensive and deterrent” with regard to Iran. Gen. Martin Dempsey would not say at what point the troubled US diplomatic relationship with Iran ...
Iran's parliament re-elects Ahmadinejad critic as speaker
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's newly-elected parliament has voted to reinstate a conservative critic of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as temporary speaker. In the Monday vote, 173 legislators supported incumbent Ali Larijani, defeating Gholam Ali Hadad Adel ...
Iran's Ahmadinejad urges unity against 'evil'
Iran's Larijani, Who Oversaw 2011 Presidential Probe, Re-Elected
Iran's parliament speaker, Ali Larijani, who oversaw lawmakers's unprecedented public questioning of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, was re-elected to the position today, state media reported. Larijani, who has headed the parliament for the past four ...
Iranian moderate re-elected as speaker
Ahmadinejad critic re-elected to lead new Iran parliament
Larijani re-elected as speaker of Iran's parliament
Syrian army being aided by Iranian forces
A senior commander in Iran's Revolutionary Guards has admitted that Iranian forces are operating in Syria in support of Bashar al-Assad's regime. Ismail Gha'ani, the deputy head of Iran's Quds force, the arm of the Revolutionary Guards tasked with ...
Revolutionary Guards admits Iran involvement in Syria
Iran confirms 'sending troops' to aid Syria, curb bloodshed during uprising
Iranian special forces fighting alongside Assad's troops