Scientist in Iran trade case spared more jail time
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK — An Ivy League-trained scientist whose conviction for violating the Iran trade embargo was tossed out last year won't have to serve any more jail time after a judge said Tuesday that he didn't want to compound the punishment the man had ...
Wall Street Journal
What Iran Sanctions Can and Can't Do
Wall Street Journal
The decades of economic mismanagement by Iran's authoritarian leaders have culminated in five years of increasingly stern sanctions that are crippling Iran's economy. And notwithstanding the regime's defiant dismissal of their impact, sanctions have ...
China's June Imports of Iranian Crude Drop 2.1% From Last Year
Iranian oil tackles demands of global market
South Africa to keep importing oil from Iran: minister
Iran general warns 'hated Arabs' of reprisals for backing Syrian rebels
TEHRAN, Iran — A commander of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guards has warned “hated Arab” rivals they could face repercussions for their efforts to topple the Tehran-backed regime of President Bashar Assad in Syria, a report said Tuesday. Gen. Masoud ...
From defense spending to Iran to China, a brief look at Mitt Romney's foreign ...
WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney outlined his vision of U.S. national security policy on Tuesday, challenging President Barack Obama over everything from classified information leaks to his handling of the war in Afghanistan.
Romney Hits Obama on Iran, Syria, Before Overseas Trip
Romney Calls on Iran to Halt Uranium Enrichment Before Talks
Did Romney Offer an Alternative on Iran?
Globe and Mail
Iran says Olympians will compete against Israelis
LONDON – Iranian athletes will compete against Israelis at the London Olympics, according to the country's chef de mission. Iran has been criticized in the past because some of its athletes withdrew from events against Israelis at the 2004 Athens Games ...
Iran reverts to boycott of Israel's Olympians
Iran Media Denies Athletes to Compete Alongside Israel at Games
Passive aggressive: Iran, Israel and the Olympics
The Daily Star
No decision yet on more Iran nuclear talks
Helga Schmid of Germany and Ali Baqeri of Iran, the deputies to the two chief negotiators, met at an undisclosed location in Istanbul to discuss the outcome of a technical experts meeting here on July 3. This time, unlike three weeks ago ...
EU: EU Ashton, Iran Jalili to Make Contact Following Deputies' Talks
EU, Iranian officials hold day of talks in Turkey
Iran, EU Officials Seek Common Ground for Renewing Nuclear Talks
Iran looks to work with Facebook to fight porn
A semi-official Iranian news agency says police hope to work with Facebook to fight cyber-crimes and pornography -- a turnabout in Tehran's stance toward the social networking giant that it previously banned after activists used it as an organizing tool.
Iran launches its first home built oil tanker
DUBAI, July 24 (Reuters) - Iran launched its first domestically-produced aframax oil tanker, Iranian media reported on Tuesday, sidestepping growing Western sanctions which have targeted oil exports and battered its maritime trade. The oil tanker was ...
Iran's Growing Military Threat in Latin America
Iran builds first oil tanker
Report: Iran finishes oil tanker for Venezuela, demonstrating shipbuilding ...
Iran's strategy in the Strait of Hormuz
Kayhan Barzegar As a consequence of the failure of the latest negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme, the European Union ban on the importation of Iranian oil took effect on July 1, 2012, and closure of the Strait of Hormuz by Iran became an issue ...
Iran Returns Sanction Fight to Gulf Shipping Lanes
Iran carries fight back to Gulf lanes
Iran returns sanction fight to Gulf strait
New York Daily News
EXCLUSIVE: Iran in "open war" with Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that Iran and the Lebanon-based Hezbollah movement were responsible for a number of attacks and attempted attacks against Israeli targets in Thailand, Georgia, India, Greece, Cyprus and other countries.
With Iran, deterrence won't work
War beat from Israel in response to Iran-backed terrorism
Netanyahu: Iran tops his agenda in Romney meeting