Wall Street Journal (blog)
US grants Iran sanctions exceptions to China
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States gave China a six-month reprieve from Iran financial sanctions on Thursday, avoiding a diplomatic spat with a country whose support it needs to try to quell violence.
China, Singapore Receive Iran Sanctions Waivers as Measures Take Effect
China, Singapore Exempted From US Iran Oil Sanctions
Iran sanctions are about to get tougher
Iran to review Seoul ties if oil imports suspended
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi warned South Korea on Thursday that Tehran would reconsider ties with Seoul if the country stopped importing oil from Iran, the official IRNA news agency.
Iran to 'reconsider' ties if S. Korea cuts oil imports
Japan's May Iran crude imports slide ahead of sanctions
Iran: Crisis-hit EU must rethink Iran oil embargo
Assad, in Taped TV Interview, Calls Iran a Wise Friend
New York Times
President Bashar al-Assad of Syria thanked Iran, the country's only regional ally, in an interview taped last week, saying that “wise governments should spare no effort to safeguard Syria's stability.”
Iran says ready to help solve Syria crisis
Iran: Syria Crisis Consultations 'Welcomed'
World leaders to talk Syria without Iran, Saudis
Iran: Tehran and London agree to representation
San Jose Mercury News
TEHRAN, Iran—Iran has agreed with Britain to have other countries embassies represent the two nations in each other s capitals, Iranian state media reported on Thursday.
Iran: Diplomatic Deal With Britain
Exclusive: Saudi readies oil line to counter Iran Hormuz threat
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has reopened an old oil pipeline built by Iraq to bypass Gulf shipping lanes, giving Riyadh scope to export more of its crude from Red Sea terminals should Iran try to block.
Oil Over $100 Seen on Iran After Worst Quarter Since 2008
Oil Rises From Nine-Month Low on European Summit, Iran
Saudi Arabia readies oil line to counter Iran's Hormuz threat
Israel urges Russia to pressure Iran over nukes
With Russia an influential voice in the international debate over Iran, the outcome of Putin's 24-hour visit could have deep implications for whether Israel decides to strike Tehran's nuclear facilities or give the international community more time to ...
Netanyahu urges action on Iran after meeting Putin
The Daily Star
EXCLUSIVE-Iran grain barter deals crash; considers big buys
Indian wheat not meeting Iranian standards* Iran alternative payment system set upBy Jonathan Saul and Qasim NaumanLONDON/ISLAMABAD, June 28 (Reuters) - Iran's attempts tosecure millions of tonnes.
Exclusive: Iran grain barter deals crash; considers big buys
Iran Announces the Salman Rushdie Fatwa Video Game
Novelist Salman Rushdie has so far escaped the decades-old call for his death in the real world, but in the video game universe he may not be so lucky. This week the government-sponsored Iranian Islamic Association of Students announced that a Salman ...
Virtual Fatwas and Death Sentences: The Crazy Politics of Video Games in Iran
Salman Rushdie Video Game: Iran Turns Fatwa Against Author Into A Toy With A ...
Dissident Warnings From Iran
Two dissenting Iranian religious figures -- an imprisoned cleric and an exiled spiritual Sufi -- have issued messages to the world condemning the Iranian theocratic authorities and calling on all religious believers to assist Iranians against the ...