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Iran renews Hormuz closure threats
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran renewed threats on Sunday to close the Strait of Hormuz unless sanctions against it were revoked, though it remains unclear how Tehran could shut down the vital oil shipping channel.
Sorry, Iran: UAE opens pipeline around Strait of Hormuz
Iran prepares to shut down Strait of Hormuz
UAE: Operations begin at oil pipeline bypassing key strait that Iran has ...
Iran parliamentary committee approves construction of nuclear-powered ...
TEHRAN, Iran — A Iranian parliamentary committee has approved a bill requiring the government to design nuclear-powered merchant ships and provide them with nuclear fuel, an Iranian news agency reported Sunday.
UN's Iran atom probe "hostage" to big power diplomacy
Iran Nuclear Ships Called For By Parliament
Iran ready to host talks between Syrian government and opposition
“The Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to hold a meeting with the Syrian opposition and invite them to Iran, and we are ready to pave the way for negotiations between the opposition and the Syrian government,” Salehi told reporters in Tehran on Sunday.
Iran offers to host Syria crisis talks: foreign minister
Iran offers to host Syria talks
Salehi: Iran is ready to host Syria crisis talks
Clinton Arrives in Israel to Discuss Iran, Syria, Egypt
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Israel for meetings today with Israeli leaders about the region, Iran's nuclear program and the upheaval in the Arab world.
Clinton's Israel visit to feature Iran, peace talks
Clinton arrives in Israel; expected to focus on Iran, stalled peace with ...
Clinton Lands in Israel to Talk Peace and Iran
PM blames Iran for thwarted Cyprus terror attack
Cypriot authorities await investigation results before commenting on 'delicate' case of Israelis targeted in Cyprus.
As Cyprus bombing attempt shows, war with Iran can start anywhere
Terror suspect held in Cyprus, Israel says Iran behind plot - World News Today!
Netanyahu lashes out at 'Iran terror' plot
Sorry America, Iran Is Full of Fancy Apple Gadgets
With the hopes of strangling (or at least giving a noogie to) Iran's dastardly nuke program, the US bans many exports to the country. Included in that ban? High tech goodies from Apple. Too bad: Iran is still buying Macs.
Iran is Full of Apple Gadgets Despite Economic Sanctions
Sorry America, Iran Is Full Of Apple Gadgets
How Iran sanctions are fueling hatred of the US
Iran shuts down coffee shops in morality crackdown
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian police shut down dozens of restaurants and coffee shops over the weekend, Iranian media reported, in a renewed crackdown on what the state sees as immoral and un-Islamic behavior.Regular.
2 Indicted For Allegedly Trying To Supply Iran With Nuclear-Related Materials
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A federal grand jury in the District of Columbia has indicted two people for their alleged attempts to supply Iran with U.S. materials for gas centrifuges to enrich uranium, the Justice Department said Friday.
2 indicted for trying to send US materials to Iran
Justice probe nets Iran nuclear procurement ring
US Charges Men in Plot to Violate Iran Embargo
Obama Piles New Sanctions Against Iran
Washington - In the latest ratcheting up of pressure on Iran, the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama Thursday imposed new financial sanctio...
Iran thwarts assassination plots to kill scientists: intelligence chief
The battle of logics: Iran and Western nuclear positions
'Enemies trying to create social crisis in Iran'
Iran offers to host Syria crisis talks-foreign minister
Offer suggests possible shift in Iran's stance* SNC member, activist in Hama turn down offer (Updates with members of opposition rejecting offer, details)By Yeganeh TorbatiDUBAI, July 15 (Reuters)