Iranian Official Says Blasts Targeted Nuclear Sites
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Iran's most senior atomic energy official revealed on Monday that separate explosions, which he attributed to sabotage, had targeted power supplies to the country's two main uranium enrichment facilities, including the deep underground ...
Iran nuke chief harshly criticizes atomic agency
Iran says saboteurs cut power to nuclear plant
Christian Science Monitor
Iran Nuclear Chief Accuses IAEA
Wall Street Journal
VIENNA—Iran's nuclear chief said Monday that "terrorists and saboteurs" might have infiltrated the International Atomic Energy Agency in an effort to derail his nation's atomic program, in Tehran's harshest attack on the integrity of the U.N ...
Charles Krauthammer | The ominous incoherence of Obama's Iran policy
Let Iran have its nuclear technology
Red Lines over Iran
Christian Science Monitor (blog)
Foreign ministry denies Iran military presence in Syria: TV
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's foreign ministry on Monday denied remarks by the Revolutionary Guards commander-in-chief that members of the country's military forces were present in Syria and Lebanon, according to Arabic language Al Alam television.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard admits to providing military assistance in Syria
Lebanon asks Iran if Revolutionary Guards are on its soil
Lebanon Demands Explanation From Iran Over Troops
Iran's top leader urges West to block film mocking Prophet Muhammad
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's top leader urged the West on Monday to show it respects Muslims by blocking a film that mocks the Prophet Muhammad and has touched off rage across the Islamic world. State TV quoted Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Western ...
Iran will pursue makers of anti-Islam film: vice-president
US Extends Iran Sanctions Waivers for EU Countries, Japan
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Samuel Rubenfeld. The U.S. State Department said late Friday that it would extend a waiver on sanctions against Iran for Japan and 10 European countries. The nations–Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, ...
US Renews Waivers of Iran Sanctions for Japan, EU Nations
Voice of America
Iran Tensions Loom Over Israelis on Jewish New Year
Voice of America
“I want to wish you all a happy New Year, a happy New Year in your personal lives, a happy New Year for the Jewish people and the Jewish state. The Jewish state and the Jewish people are facing great challenges. Iran is racing to develop nuclear weapons.
On Jewish new year, Israelis fear Iran strike
Rosh Hashana 2012: Israelis fear Iran strike on Jewish new year
World Press Review
Italy to Now Represent Canada in Iran
Italy announced Monday it will protect Canadian interests in Iran following Ottawa's recent severing of diplomatic relations with Tehran. Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi said Canada had made the request after the Sept. 7 closure of the Canadian embassy ...
Canada-Iran Tensions: Why Israel Is So Happy
Italy to represent Canada in Iran
Secret Flame: new evidence of mammoth cyberspying program against Iran
Christian Science Monitor
Already, media reports have claimed that the US and Israel launched Stuxnet – the world's first cyberweapon – to slow Iran's nuclear program, and that three other cyberespionage programs, including Flame, were part of the same effort. Now, the new ...
US, allies in Gulf naval exercise as Israel, Iran face off
U.S. leads allies in major Gulf mine clearance exercise. * Officials, Iranians play down timing, stress "defensive". * Manoeuvres begin after Netanyahu ramps up Iran alarm. * Western nuclear negotiator to meet Iranian on Tuesday. By Sami Aboudi and ...
U.S. Leads Biggest Gulf Mine Exercise in Signal to Iran
US, UK Lead 25-Nation Armada in Persian Gulf
Navy Mine War Game 'Not About Iran,' Officially; Biggest Mine Exercise 'Ever'
Iran increases price on 'Satanic Verses' author Salman Rushdie's head by $500K
DUBAI -- An Iranian religious foundation has increased its reward for the killing of British author Salman Rushdie, in response to a U.S.-made film that mocks the Prophet Muhammad, sparking protests across the Muslim world. Rushdie, an Indian-born ...
Report: Reward for Rushdie's Death Boosted in Iran