Holding Iran accountable for terrorist attacks
THE BOMBING of a bus in Bulgaria filled with Israeli tourists on Wednesday underlines the grim fact that Iran is waging a war of terrorism. Using the territory of countries across the world, working sometimes through proxies like Lebanon's Hezbollah ...
Iran's War on Israel
Intelligence panel chairman implicates Iran in bombing, says Israel could ...
Exclusive: New York police link nine 2012 plots to Iran, proxies
New York Times
As Chaos Grows in Syria, Worries Grow on the Sidelines
New York Times
Now some in Iran are even starting to worry about how much might be at stake if President Bashar al-Assad's government in Syria, long a client state of Iran's, collapses — which after a fifth day on Thursday of heavy street fighting in Damascus no ...
Iran and Israel talks instead of attacks
Syria's implosion worries neighbours
Iran, Hezbollah Denounce Demascus Attack
Oil below $92 as weak demand, Iran tension weighed
The oil market is responding to a series of events that have raised concerns that Iran will try to block oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz, a narrow waterway in the Persian Gulf through which one-fifth of the world's oil travels every day. The ...
More than half Iran parliament backs Hormuz closure bill
Bill gives political support to any move to close strait. * Largely symbolic, draft is response to EU oil sanctions. * Big US military presence in Gulf may deter action. DUBAI, July 20 (Reuters) - Just over half of Iran's parliament has backed a draft ...
US Says Iran Plans to Disrupt Oil Trade
Iran Lawmaker: Support to Close Strait of Hormuz
U.S.: Iran Plans to Disrupt Oil Trade
Mahdi Malware Takes Aim at Iran as Cyber-Espionage Continues
A simple information-stealing program infiltrated about 800 computers in several Middle Eastern countries, but appears to have focused on Iran, according to analyses released July 17. The malware, dubbed Mahdi, appears to be unrelated to Stuxnet, Duqu ...
Iran: If the Madi cyber-strike was us it would've been another Stuxnet
Cyberspy program targets victims in Iran, Israel, companies say
Sorry, Iran. I Didn't Mean to Invade You
Lawmakers say internal UN changes over Iran, North Korea shipments fall short
A United Nations agency under fire for shipments of computers and other equipment to North Korea and Iran announced internal changes this week in response to withering criticism -- but Capitol Hill lawmakers said the changes fall "far short" of what's ...
Ros-Lehtinen, Berman slam WIPO's review into alleged shipments to Iran, North ...
UN agency says it changed rules about sending tech to Iran, North Korea
WIPO: Giving Computers For 'Patents' To North Korea And Iran Didn't Violate UN ...
More Pressure Sharpens Iran's Choice
Voice of America
The United States is imposing additional sanctions on Iran's nuclear and ballistic missile proliferation networks and is taking further steps to prevent the evasion of sanctions by publicly identifying a group of Iranian front companies and banks. The ...
LYONS: Regime change needs to be endgame for Iran
'Sanctions slow down Iran missile program'
Private firms tout Iran oil cheap to beat sanctions
Traders being offered steep discounts. * Attempts to disguise Iranian crude as of Iraqi origin. * Iran allows private firms to market oil. By Jessica Donati. LONDON, July 20 (Reuters) - Obscure private firms are offering Iranian crude oil at steep ...
Iran, China resolve freight spat, oil flow uninterrupted
Why is WH Meeting With Iran Apologists?
White House officials held a day-long meeting yesterday with the National Iranian American Council, a group that advocates for policies supported by the Iranian regime, including opposition to sanctions and acceptance of Iran's uranium enrichment program.
Iran: Ahmadinejad Speaks on Sanctions
New York Times
The West has begun a “heavy battle” with Iran by tightening sanctions over Tehran's disputed nuclear program, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Thursday in his first major speech since a European Union oil embargo took effect this month. Speaking at ...
Ahmadinejad says West has begun a 'heavy battle' against Iran with new sanctions
Path for Iran nuclear talks choked by tensions