Iran Embargo Will Be Ineffective, Iranian Oil Minister Says
TEHRAN, Iran -- Iran's Oil Minister says his office has drawn up plans to make newly tightened sanctions against the Islamic Republic ineffective. Rostam Qasemi says his ministry is at the forefront of an economic battle with the West.
Iran Oil Minister: Tehran will soon make oil embargo ineffective
Iran issues new oil blockade warning
DUBAI, July 14 (Reuters) - Iran could prevent even a singledrop of oil passing through the Strait of Hormuz if itssecurity is threatened, a naval chief said on Saturday, astensions simmer over Tehran's.
Iran to close Strait of Hormuz if its security is threatened, warns naval chief
Iran in full control of Hormuz Strait: IRGC navy commander
Crude Rises on Iran Sanctions, Output Cut
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In an unusually public forum, the head of Britain's foreign intelligence agency, MI6, has forecast that Iran would likely achieve a nuclear weapons capability within two years, a British newspaper reported Friday. The newspaper, The Daily Telegraph ...
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Misreading Iran at our peril
Sky News Australia
Justice probe nets Iran nuclear procurement ring
Chinese, Iranian nationals indicted for seeking American parts for Iran's most advanced centrifuges.
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Iraq-Iran Ties Grow Stronger As Iraq Rises From The Ashes
WASHINGTON -- In the run-up to the war in Iraq, neoconservative hawks in and out of the Bush administration promised that the U.S. invasion would quickly transform that country into a strong ally, a model Arab democracy and a major oil producer that ...
How Iran sanctions are fueling hatred of the US
International opinion on Iran's nuclear program has been shaped by media coverage of Iran. After the painful 9/11 attacks and George W. Bush's initiation of the War on Terror, the corporate media began to disseminate anti-Iranian sentiment to demonize ...
Insight: Despite sanctions, Apple gear booms in Iran
Despite sanctions, Apple gear booms in Iran [AlArabiya.net (United Arab Emirates)]
Apple Popular in Iran Despite Sanctions
The Smoking Gun
FBI probes China's ZTE over Iran tech deals: report
LONDON/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The FBI has opened a criminal investigation into ZTE Corp's sale of banned U.S. computer equipment to Iran, a website reported, as the Chinese telecoms gear maker warned its.
Chinese telecom firm ZTE probed for alleged sale of US surveillance equipment ...
FBI Targets Chinese Firm Over Iran Deal
FBI probes China's ZTE over Iran tech deals-report
Pak, Iran can increase trade up to $10bn: Iran CG
Pakistan Daily Times
Share | |. Pak, Iran can increase trade up to $10bn: Iran CG. KARACHI: Iran trades with a large numbers of countries but Iran wants to improve its bilateral trade ties with Pakistan further, as Iran and Pakistan can increase trade up to $10 billion ...
Iran wants direct import of Pakistani textile products
Pak-Iran: Markets to be set up to boost trade
Sorry brother Pakistan, your wheat's bad quality: Iran