State official says shutdown hampering Iran pressure
WASHINGTON — The government shutdown is hampering America's ability to maintain pressure on Iran's nuclear program, a State Department official told a Senate committee Thursday. Lack of funding and people at work are limiting the activities of the ...
US hints Iran could get some sanctions relief if takes steps
State Dept. official urges Congress to delay new Iran sanctions
Kerry: 'Diplomatic malpractice' not to engage Iran on nuclear issue
Will Rouhani's outreach to Obama kill off 'Death to America' in Iran?
By Ali Arouzi, Correspondent, NBC News. News analysis. TEHRAN -- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's phone conversation with Barack Obama has sparked a new debate: Is the popular "Death to America" chant now outdated? The phrase has been ...
Iran Authorities Studying US Direct Flights Idea
Americans Approve Of Obama's Call With Iran's Hassan Rouhani, But ...
Hassan Rouhani suggests online freedom for Iran in Jack Dorsey tweet
Kerry Says Talks With Iran Will Not Be Based on Trust
New York Times
TOKYO — Secretary of State John Kerry, in his first remarks about Iran since Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel warned the United States to be wary of talks with the country, said on Thursday that the United States would negotiate with Tehran ...
Iran Frees Another Reformer, but Netanyahu Warns Persian Speakers Not to Be ...
New York Times (blog)
As Iran released another political prisoner on Thursday, Israel's prime minister slipped into Persian to suggest that only “sadeloh,” or “dupes,” would be fooled by recent diplomatic overtures from the clerical government in Tehran. The release of the ...
Iran: Director's Passport Confiscated Despite Hints Of Tolerance In New Regime
What a difference a little bit of time and a new regime make… or do they? Earlier this year, Iran was mulling litigation over how it was portrayed in Ben Affleck's Academy Award winner Argo, and it boycotted the 2012 Oscars in protest over the ...
Iran's Revolutionary Guards probe officer's death
Members of Iran's Revolutionary Guards mark the anniversary of the country's late leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, in 2007. The elite unit is investigating the death of Mojtaba Ahmadi, not pictured, who is said to have led the country's cyberwar ...
Report: Iran's cyberwar commander assassinated
Head of Iran's cyber warfare program found shot dead in a wooded area outside ...
Iran claims cyber warfare expert not assassinated, as Israel remains cagey ...
Obama and Rouhani's telephone call of huge significance, says Iranian deputy
Iran's vice-president has said that the phone conversation between Hassan Rouhani and Barack Obama was of huge global significance and represented a defeat for hardliners in both countries. Writing for the Guardian, Masoumeh Ebtekar, a vice-president ...
Iran military official: Obama has surrendered
Reza Kahlili, author of the award-winning book "A Time to Betray," served in CIA Directorate of Operations, as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, counterterrorism expert; currently serves on the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, ...
America Mustn't Be Naïve About Iran
Iran and the Syria Model
Robb: Status quo may be enough for Iran
Is Iran REALLY Planning on Sending a Cat Into Space?
No, this isn't The Onion… as a concerned consumer of all that is space news, you have indeed arrived at the cyber-doorstep of Universe Today. I'll admit though, that we did do a double take about a week back when a peculiar claim came our way via the ...
Netanyahu: Don't believe Iran's "charm offensive"
UNITED NATIONS Israel's prime minister declared Tuesday that his country will never allow Iran to get nuclear weapons, even if it has to act alone, and dismissed Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's "charm offensive" as a ruse to get relief from sanctions.