Iran Nuclear Program: US Believes Iran Not On Verge Of Nuclear Weapon
WASHINGTON, Aug 9 (Reuters) - The United States still believes that Iran is not on the verge of having a nuclear weapon and that Tehran has not made a decision to pursue one, U.S. officials said on Thursday. Their comments came after Israeli media ...
Iran: High stakes nuclear poker game?
Iran closing in on its goal: Nuclear weaponization
White House mum on reported new Iran nukes warning
Virus Seeking Bank Data Is Tied to Attack on Iran
New York Times (blog)
A security firm said Thursday that it had discovered what it believed was the fourth state-sponsored computer virus to surface in the Middle East in the last three years, apparently aimed at computers in Lebanon. The firm, Kaspersky Lab, said that the ...
Security firm: New computer virus prowling Mideast
Iran holds conference to calm Syria crisis as regime tries to push rebels from ...
BEIRUT — As Syrian forces struggled to drive rebels from the country's largest city, the regime's key ally Iran tried Thursday to start an alternative political process to address the crisis. Iran gathered an array of nations ranging from strong ...
Iran tries to calm Syria crisis as violence rages
Iran urges Syrians to talk after Tehran meeting
Iran, Excluded From Other Meetings on Syria, Hosts Its Own
Egypt Iran rapprochement: Some timid first steps
The visit of Iranian vice president Hamid Bakaei served a bigger purpose than that of handing out an invitation for the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit in Tehran late this month from Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinijad to Egyptian president ...
Egypt's president holds talks with Iran's vice president
Standard Chartered in Settlement Talks on Iran Charges
Standard Chartered is in settlement talks with the New York State Dept. of Financial Services on charges it conducted dollar transactions on behalf of Iran through its New York branch in violation of U.S. sanctions policy, a person close to the matter ...
Standard Chartered begins fightback on Iran allegations
StanChart begins fightback on Iran allegations
With Iran allegations, Lawsky enters spotlight
Iran: The Risks May Outweigh the Rewards
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Standard Chartered's Iran predicament highlights a dilemma faced by Western banks: they need to expand into fast-growing markets. But this puts additional risk into their business models at a time when they desperately need to project stability and ...
Iran minister: Web is controlled by 'one or two countries'
Iran minister: Web is controlled by 'one or two countries'. The Iranian minister of communication and information technology says the Web is unreliable because it is in the hands of "one or two specific countries." So Iran is making its own. Chris ...
Iranian-American Community Leaders Praise Congress For Passing Iran ...
8, 2012 -- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Leaders of Iranian-American communities in the U.S., representing 40 states across the country, are praising Congress for passage of the Iran Threat Reduction and Syrian Human Rights Act of 2012, a measure that ...
Letter: Iran's leaders, not sanctions, harm human rights
Authors Jamal Abdi and Trita Parsi have tied the United States' sanctions against Iran's nuclear development to more human suffering and human rights violations against Iranians ["Sanctions hurt Iranians, not regime," Opinion, Aug. 6]. The violations ...
Some Say Iran Could Circumvent Sanctions in New Legislation
Report: Navy commander says Iran has no immediate plan for building naval ...
The Thursday report by ISNA says rear Adm. Gohlamreza Khadem Bigham told the country's Arabic language Al-Alam TV late Wednesday that while Iran possesses technology and capabilities to produce highly-enriched nuclear fuel for naval reactors, plans ...
Iran's navy says has no plan for naval reactors