Israel and Iran
New York Times
For Op-Ed, follow @nytopinion and to hear from the editorial page editor, Andrew Rosenthal, follow @andyrNYT. Iran's nuclear ambitions are clearly dangerous to the region. Iranian leaders operated a nuclear program in secret for two decades and ...
Lengthy Iran conflict likely to cost Israeli economy billions of shekels
Israel, mulling attack on Iran, plunges into unprecedented debate about war
US: There's still time for diplomacy with Iran
Confusion Over How to Aid Iran Quake Victims
New York Times
The deadly double earthquakes in Iran over the weekend, the first natural disaster there since the United States imposed onerous financial sanctions on that country because of its disputed nuclear program, have raised worries among Iranian-Americans ...
Iran government criticised over earthquake response
Iran earthquake death toll passes 300
Responding to quakes, US seeks path to Iranian 'hearts and minds'
Hindu Business Line
India to resume shipping Iran oil, as Asia looks for ways around EU insurance ...
MUMBAI, India — India has joined Japan in offering government-backed insurance for ships carrying Iranian crude in order to bypass European sanctions that have nearly halved Iranian oil exports to key markets. The first Indian ship to carry oil from ...
Insurance deal lets India resume shipping Iran oil
Eni's Iran oil imports stall despite EU clearance
Globe and Mail
Standard Chartered in talks to settle Iran laundering probe. Full Article
NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - British bank Standard Chartered (STAN.L) is trying to reach an early settlement over charges it hid $250 billion of transactions tied to Iran, backing down under pressure from U.S. regulators and shareholders. Despite chief ...
Standard Chartered in talks to settle Iran laundering probe
StanChart in Talks to Settle Iran Laundering Probe
StanChart weighs settling Iran laundering probe
Wall Street Journal
Iran Doesn't Belong in the UN or IMF
Wall Street Journal
The Iranian nuclear crisis has dragged on for some 20 years, despite multiple U.N. Security Council resolutions and a phalanx of national sanctions. Many believe that only military force will stop Iran, but even now Tehran doesn't appear to take such a ...
Iran Preparing to Lead Global Nonaligned Group
Russia says new US sanctions on Iran could affect ties
Russia says United States resorting to "overt blackmail". * Ties will be hurt if measures hit its firms, it says. * Warns sanctions undermine efforts to rein in nuclear work. By Steve Gutterman. MOSCOW, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Russia sharply criticised new ...
Moscow slams new US sanctions on Iran, warns that ties may suffer if Russian ...
Obama Signs New Iran Sanctions into Law
Iran's Ahmadinejad urges Muslim unity ahead of Syria meeting
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad urged Muslim countries to show greater unity ahead of a summit of Muslim leaders this week expected to focus on the crisis in Syria. Ahmadinejad, speaking to reporters before he departed for Mecca ...
Iran, Saudi Arabia in direct talks
Indian investigators in Iran to question suspects in bomb attack on Israeli ...
NEW DELHI — Two Indian investigators have gone to Tehran to question Iranian suspects who they believe were involved in a bomb attack that wounded an Israeli diplomat's wife in New Delhi in February, police said Monday. The investigators left for the ...
Investigators probing New Delhi attack on Israeli diplomat go to Iran
Syrian Fight Uproots 1.5 Million as Iran Urges Cease-Fire
About 1.5 million people in Syria have been forced to flee their homes because of the conflict raging between government forces and rebels fighting to topple President Bashar al-Assad, said Chaloka Beyani, a United Nations human-rights official. The ...
Iran, Excluded From Other Meetings on Syria, Hosts Its Own
Iran's Intervention in Syria Must Be Stopped
Iran holds conference to calm Syria crisis as regime tries to push rebels from ...
Bahrain's ambassador to Iran returns after being withdrawn over criticism of ...
MANAMA, Bahrain — Bahrain says its ambassador to Iran has returned to his post there, 17 months after he was called home. Ambassador Rashid al-Dossary was withdrawn in protest over Iranian criticism of Bahrain's crackdown on anti-government protests.