Hubris from Ahmadinejad: prelude to compromise on Iran nuclear program?
Christian Science Monitor
'If Iran wants to build an atomic weapon ... no one will be able to prevent it,' President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Friday. Here are some interpretations of what that boast really means, as talks near on the Iran nuclear program.
Iran won't build nuclear bomb but has no fear
Russia to build Iran 2nd nuclear reactor
Russia, Iran agree diplomacy only way to solve nuclear issue
Globe and Mail
No progress at talks with Iran on nuclear inspections, IAEA says
Los Angeles Times
An agreement to allow international inspection of Iran's nuclear facilities failed to materialize during "disappointing" talks Friday between Iranian officials and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the UN nuclear watchdog agency reported from ...
UN nuclear watchdog, Iran fail to reach deal on probe
IAEA Disappointed as Iran Fails to Agree to Wider Atom Probe
Nuclear Talks With Tehran Falter
The Daily Star
TABLE-India Essar's May Iran imports down over 70 pct- Trade
By Nidhi Verma June 8 (Reuters) - India's Essar Oil, one of Iran's key Indian clients, has significantly reduced purchases from the santions-hit nation in May and switched to Latin American grades, which accounted for about a third of its overall ...
OPEC Draws Fine Line Between Oil Balance, Chaos
US to Issue More Waivers on Iran Sanctions Next Week
Top oil executives say market coping with Iran exit
Iran needs additional 2 mln T wheat -French lobby
Iran says 3 mln tonnes wheat already in Iran -lobby * Iran buying to compensate use of milling wheat in feed * Iran also building stocks to avoid shortage * Average Iranian wheat harvest expected By Valerie Parent PARIS, June 8 (Reuters) - Iran needs ...
As Iran tensions fester, United Arab Emirates nears start of oil pipeline to ...
Iran has repeatedly threatened to close the strategically sensitive waterway, which is patrolled by Iranian and US warships, in retaliation for ramped-up Western sanctions over Tehran's nuclear ambitions. That threat has raised worries among Gulf ...
Iran seeks new oil export route
Battered Iran seeks new oil export route
Iranian Role in Syria Transition Stirs Controversy at UN
By Flavia Krause-Jackson on June 07, 2012 The suggested involvement of Iran in ending Syria's political strife has pitted Russia against the US as a United Nations peace plan unraveled with shots fired at observers of a UN-backed truce.
Iran says conflict in Syria can spread to other countries
Iran 'not part of Syria solution'
IAEA, Iran resume talks on site access
AdaptiveMobile Drops Iran Contracts on Gear for Text Monitoring
AdaptiveMobile Security Ltd. ended its contracts with an Iranian phone company following the disclosure that the closely held firm supplied and serviced technology for monitoring and storing text messages. AdaptiveMobile, based in Dublin, stopped doing ...
Cisco gear sold to Iran despite sanctions
UANI Applauds AdaptiveMobile for Ending Its Business in Iran, Terminating ...
Iran mobile operator Irancell 'secures US technology'
Iran Seen Drawing Fewest Tankers Since October as Sanctions Loom
By Isaac Arnsdorf on June 08, 2012 The fewest supertankers in at least eight months were headed for Iran as the deadline neared for a Europe Union embargo against the nation's oil, ship-tracking data showed. The Daylam, owned by Tehran-based NITC Co., ...
Decision on Iran sanction waiver soon: US to India
PTI Washington: With the deadline on Iran sanctions waiver to countries including India ending this month, the US has carefully documented figures of India's oil import from Iran and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will soon take the final decision ...
India Farm Exports to Iran Delayed