Iran claims it successfully test fired missile that could reach Israel
DUBAI - Iran said on Tuesday it had successfully tested medium-range missiles capable of hitting Israel as a response to threats of attack, the latest move in a war of nerves with the West.
Iran reports long-range missile launch in exercise
Iran Convenes Talks Amid Maneuvers in Gulf
Iran, in the middle of a three-day military exercise in the Persian Gulf, convened a meeting with world powers in Istanbul in search of a diplomatic solution to the nation's nuclear work.
Iran's President Says New Sanctions Are Toughest Yet
Iran says EU oil embargo "strongest" sanctions yet
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Iran: UN and US Condemn an Anti-Semitic Speech
New York Times
A United Nations official condemned Iran's vice president for a speech at an anti-drug conference in Iran in which he blamed the Talmud, a central text of Judaism, for promoting drug addiction.
UN drugs chief rebukes Iran over "anti-Semitic" speech
UN drug agency head slams anti-Jewish Iran remarks
Iran leadership desperate to be taken seriously
Iran nuclear talks: limited progress as both sides send military 'messages'
Christian Science Monitor
Technical talks today in Istanbul ended with agreement to meet again. The talks came against a show of force by both Iran and the United States.
Major powers, Iran move to restart stalled nuclear talks
Iran digs in on nuclear enrichment in negotation proposal
Iran situation heats up
Iranian-born Israeli music icon Rita records Farsi album in outreach to enemy Iran
HERZLIYA, Israel — She's Israel's top diva, the Jewish state's beloved national singer.
Globe and Mail
Russia May Sell S-300s to Iran If Syrian Government Falls
Russia may scrap its ban on S-300 anti-aircraft missile sales to Iran if Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is replaced, said Ruslan Pukhov, who heads a Russian defense think tank.
Russia threatens to sell deadly missiles to Iran
Iran discovers 6 billion barrels of new oil reserves
Tehran Times - Iran's Leading International Daily.
Iran Finds Oil Reserves Near Field Shared With Iraq, Shana Says
Iran Tanker Flagging Threatens Tanzania-US Ties, Lawmaker Says
Tanzania must reverse the decision allowing Iranian oil tankers to register in the country or face a breakdown in its ties with the U.S., a member of Congress wrote in a letter to the East African nation's president.
Iran Oil Tankers' Position Signals Spur Export Speculation