New York Times
Iran's top leader hints at disapproval over Obama call
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran's top leader hinted Saturday that he disapproved of the phone call between Presidents Hassan Rouhani and Barack Obama during the Iranian leader's trip to New York last month, but he reiterated his crucial support for the president's ...
Israel: No Dispute Over Iran Timeframe
From Iranian Ayatollah, Support for US Outreach, but Also Criticism
Obama says Iran a year or more from nuclear weapon capability
Iran's Khamenei says part of diplomatic opening in New York 'not proper'
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Saturday he supported moderate President Hassan Rouhani's diplomatic opening to the United States at the U.N. General Assembly last week but some aspects of it were "not ...
Christian Science Monitor
Is Rouhani bringing an end to Iran's 'Death to America' chants?
Christian Science Monitor
Hard-line Iranian revolutionaries chanted “Death to America” and burned US and Israeli flags after Friday prayers in Tehran today, one week after a historic phone call between Iran's new President Hassan Rouhani and Barack Obama broke a 34-year taboo, ...
Most Israelis would support striking Iran alone
Netanyahu Plans to Meet With European Leaders on Iranian Nuclear Talks
Kerry says not exploring all options with Iran would be 'diplomatic malpractice'
Iran's Khamenei cautious on contact with US
The Iranian Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has said he supports diplomatic contact between his country and the United States - but added some of it was "not proper" and he did not trust the US. The comments on Saturday, reported by ISNA news ...
Iran's Khamenei OKs nuclear diplomacy with US — with a caveat
Al Jazeera America
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader, gave the country's President Hassan Rouhani a stamp of approval Saturday for his policy of outreach to the West, saying that he supports "the government's diplomatic moves," but said some aspects of ...
Iran: Diplomatic charm or harm?
The Iranian leader's debut at the UN was timed to coincide with his op-ed in the Washington Post - a watershed moment for the US media and its relations with Iran - while an American diplomat was interviewed by the Iranian newspaper Shargh, also an ...
United Nations Picks Iran to Serve on Disarmament Committee
Washington Free Beacon
Iran announced on Wednesday that it had been selected by UN member states to serve as the disarmament committee's rapporteur, according to reports. The position would put Iran in charge of reporting on the committee's proceedings and actions.
Irony Alert: Iran Gets Seat on UN Nuclear Disarmament Committee
Two Words That Should Make the West Wary of Iran
When it comes to U.S. foreign policy, an overused compound adjective may be playing havoc with our rational faculties. Consider CNN's account of last week's historic meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister ...
Just who has been killing Iran's nuclear scientists?
What to make of the latest alleged assassination in Iran of a senior officer in the Revolutionary Guards just as Iran and the US move towards negotiations? Is it a last-minute attempt by Israel or the Iranian dissident group the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK ...
President Obama talks Iran and shutdown, but not NSA...
US President Barack Obama gave an extended sit-down interview to the Associated Press on Friday evening, in which he covered a broad range of topics of national and global concern, including Iran's nuclear ambitions, the historic shutdown of the US ...