Iran threatens Israel; new EU sanctions take force
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran announced missile tests on Sunday and threatened to wipe Israel off the face of the earth if the Jewish state attacked it, brandishing some of its starkest threats on the day Europe.
Iran Tries to Offset Newly Fortified Sanctions
Iran plans war games as EU oil embargo begins
Iran-Oil Sanctions Risk Biggest OPEC Export Loss Since Libya
Iran, Israel, and the Bomb
Most U.S., European, and Israeli commentators and policymakers warn that a nuclear-armed Iran would be the worst possible outcome of the current standoff. In fact, it would probably be the best possible result: the one most likely to restore stability ...
Agency: Iran to hold military maneuvers with surface-to-surface missiles ...
New York Times
Already Plagued by Inflation, Iran Is Bracing for Worse
New York Times
The rial has fallen 50 percent against other currencies in the last year. Measures to cut oil exports are expected to further the economic toll.
Iran proposes opening of bank branch in Mumbai
Seeking to enhance trade and economic cooperation with New Delhi and make the financial transaction system stable for importers and exporters of both India and Iran, Tehran has proposed the opening of local bank branches in each other's soil.
Wag the Dog? Odds of War With Iran Now at 36%
Our expert panel gauges the chance that the United States or Israel will strike Iran in the next year.
Iran to review Seoul ties if oil imports suspended
Falling oil prices put Iran over US sanctions barrel
Iran: Crisis-hit EU must rethink Iran oil embargo
Iran feels pinch of new EU oil sanctions
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — As new European Union sanctions targeting Iran's vital oil industry took effect Sunday, Tehran acknowledged the measures aimed at reining in its disputed nuclear program were taking a toll. The vice president said authorities had ...
Iran vows to confront "malicious" embargo
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran pledged to counter the impact of a European Union oil embargo which took full effect on Sunday, saying it had built up $150 billion in foreign reserves to protect itself.The EU.
Report: Iran says 'having no trouble' selling oil despite global sanctions
Semioffical reports says Islamic Republic to deploy 'light submarines' to the oil-rich Caspian Sea.
Report: Iran to deploy submarines in Caspian Sea
Iran says it has stockpiled money, imported goods to buffer new EU oil sanctions
Minneapolis Star Tribune
TEHRAN, Iran - As new European Union sanctions targeting Iran's vital oil industry took effect Sunday, Tehran acknowledged the measures aimed at reining in its disputed nuclear program were taking a toll.
Before bombing Iran, Netanyahu should think twice
The Daily Star
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