Iranian Says Nuclear Talks Have Reached 'Critical Point'
New York Times
Iran's ambassador to the United Nations has denounced sanctions against his country, saying that negotiations over its disputed nuclear program have reached a “critical point.”
Iran's UN envoy criticizes US, EU over nuclear talks
Iran says nations not serious about nuclear talks
Iran Says It Has 'Inalienable Right' to Enrich Uranium
Globe and Mail
Top Iranian official's anti-Semitic remarks draw condemnation from Canada
Globe and Mail
First-Vice-President Mohammad Reza Rahimi says Jews controlling drug trade and murdering black babies.
Officials slam Iran on anti-Semitic statement
Iran expects to equip Gulf ships with missiles soon
Missiles with range of 220 km to over 300 km -commander* Iran warning West not to attack it over its nuclear workDUBAI, June 29 (Reuters) - Iran expects to equip its shipsin the Strait of Hormuz soon.
OPEC output steady, Saudi compensates for Iran fall
Report: Iran arming warships with short-range missiles
Iran to Equip Gulf Ships With Missiles
Bombing or the bomb?
JERUSALEM. A popular new slogan making the rounds among government ministers here is that in dealing with Iran, Israel faces a decision between “bombing or the bomb.” In other words, if Israel doesn't attack, Iran will eventually obtain nuclear weapons.
Top Iran official: US threats of military attack against nuclear program are empty
On Iran, Israel can't be wrong once
Iran oil ban will have devastating impact on South Korean businesses
South Korean businesses have seen a steady rise in their exports to Iran, from around US$4 billion in 2009 to US$4.6 billion in 2010 and US$6 billion in 2011. Around 2700 SMES export to the country. Of those, roughly a quarter depend on Iran for ...
Iran to review Seoul ties if oil imports suspended
Top Iran official: US making empty threats of military attack against nuclear ...
Falling oil prices put Iran over US sanctions barrel
Iran urged to halt executions for alcohol consumption
Los Angeles Times
Human Rights Watch has urged Iran to scrap the death penalty for citizens convicted of drinking alcohol following reports that the nation's judiciary has upheld two such sentences. The watchdog called on Iranian authorities to end capital punishment ...
HRW: Iran's rights record is 'scary'
US Senate sends message to Israel, Iran, votes for greater military support of ...
U.S. armed forces schedule a joint military exercise with IDF that was postponed earlier this year.
Russia says regrets absence of Iran, Saudi in Geneva
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Friday it regretted that Iran, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Lebanon had not been invited to ministerial crisis talks on Syria in Geneva on Saturday following objections by.
Saudi Arabia, Iran Barred from Syria Conference
Assad, in Taped TV Interview, Calls Iran a Wise Friend
IOC warns Iran Olympic Committee for a second time over government interference
LONDON — The IOC says it has sent a second letter to Iran's Olympic Committee warning it against government interference.
Iran: Tehran and London agree to representation
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
Iranian, German FMs discuss Iran's nuclear issue