Globe and Mail
Don't attack Iran now, warns ex-IDF intel chief
As head of Military Intelligence from 2001 to 2006, Farkash is intimately familiar with Iran's nuclear program and oversaw a large part of the intelligence work done in 2002 that led to the concrete evidence Israel had been looking for to prove that ...
Iran, EU agree to talk again on nuclear dispute
EU's Ashton Delays Decision on Next Round of Iran Talks
EU Ashton: Want Iran Confidence Building Measures 'Now'
Congress Passes Iran Sanctions Bill
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Samuel Rubenfeld. Congress easily passed a bill Wednesday night that imposes tough sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program. The legislation, which passed the House on a 421-6 vote and sailed through the Senate via voice vote, now heads to ...
Iran Loses $133 Million a Day on Embargo as Oil Buoys Obama
Congress approves new Iran sanctions on oil, shipping sectors
The Atlantic Iran Panel: Chance of War Increases
No good options for Iran
Speculation in Israel about the possibility of a strike on Iran's nuclear program in the coming weeks has intensified, and not just because of Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's tough talk in Jerusalem. Mr. Romney called for the U.S. and ...
Obama's October Surprise: Bombing Iran
Iran: Romney 'saber rattling' as US suffers
BUCHANAN: Would Israel pull Romney into war with Iran?
Iran's Smugglers Feel the Squeeze
One of the things that has made Iranian life tolerable under sanctions has been the flood of smuggled foreign goods. Fishermen by day, Iran's black marketers make the two-hour journey across the Strait of Hormuz after dark to Oman to bring back flat ...
U.S. concerned over Iraqi threats to force Iran dissidents from camp
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States expressed concern on Wednesday over Iraqi threats to force an Iranian dissident group out of a camp in Iraq, but it also urged members of the group to relocate voluntarily to a large former U.S. military base in ...
UN chief tells Iran exiles in Iraq to leave camp, prepare for refugee resettlement
The Guardian (blog)
Iran seeks release of its aid workers abducted in Libya
The Guardian (blog)
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Iran's deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs, criticised Libyan authorities for failing to provide necessary security for the seven members of the Iranian Red Crescent who were on a humanitarian mission inside ...
Iran Oil Shipping to Resume as Insurers Step In: Corporate India
Shipping Corp. of India will soon start services to Iran as Indian insurers have agreed to give as much as $100 million of cover per voyage, Chairman Sabyasachi Hajara said without specifying a timeframe. Prior to the sanctions, European companies ...
S. Africa cuts Iran oil import ahead Clinton visit
Iran: A threat to West and its neighbors
The Hill (blog)
Most of us agree that Iran, and its nuclear and missile programs, poses an existential threat to the US, Israel, Europe and Arab states. This fact seems clear, given the research, intelligence and reporting. However, most of the information focuses on ...
The Nation: Iran's Endgame In Afghanistan
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivers a speech under a portrait of Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on the eve of the 23nd anniversary of the death of their revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on June 2. Iranian ...
Iran scraps birth control programme in baby boom bid
Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei Is On Instagram
Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei joins instagram
Call me Brawny: Iran defends tankers alias game
NITC argues not a government entity. * Sanctions pressure on Iran gathers pace. By Jonathan Saul. LONDON, Aug 2 (Reuters) - New names for Iran's oil tankers are part of its national tanker company NITC's defence against tighter United States sanctions ...