New York Times
Iran Takes Charm Offensive to the Persian Gulf
New York Times
TEHRAN — Iran's top diplomat, who only last month brokered a groundbreaking nuclear deal with the world powers, is now traveling the Persian Gulf region, trying to mend ties with Arab neighbors, Sunni nations that harbor deep suspicions of Shiite Iran.
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The Obama administration faced renewed criticism Thursday for entering nuclear talks with Iran without first demanding the release of U.S. citizens, following reports that imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini is facing threats on his life from other prisoners.
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#BBCtrending: Iran's president in storm over #PersianGulf tweet
These are all terms used to describe the body of water between Iran and the Arabian peninsula. When a tweet went out on Saturday from an account believed to be that of the Iranian president saying he had arrived in the "#PersianGulf port of #Asaluyeh ...
Iran takes charm offensive to the Gulf
The scale of Iran's diplomatic ambition may be measured by the increasing number of stamps in its foreign minister's passport. Since taking the job in August, Mohammad Javad Zarif has held talks in New York; gone to Geneva three times in order to reach ...
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Iran Arrests 16 in New Crackdown on Internet Freedom
Despite lofty promises of more liberty, the crackdown on Internet freedom continues in Iran. However, this time, the victims aren't websites or encryption services — they're real people. Iran's Revolutionary Guard arrested 16 cyber activists and ...
Voice of America
Kerry lobbies Netanyahu to give interim nuclear deal with Iran some breathing ...
JERUSALEM — The Obama administration set up a choice for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday: He can allow the United States and other world powers some breathing room to achieve a satisfactory final deal with Iran, or he can dig in ...
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Iran's State TV Attacks Jon Stewart, and Emulates Him
New York Times (blog)
IranWire, a website run by the Canadian-Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari, reports the unsurprising news that some officials in Tehran are not looking forward to seeing Jon Stewart's new film, “Rosewater,” which was adapted from Mr. Bahari's memoir ...
Jon Stewart gets the Iran treatment
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Under new law, companies disclosing even tiniest dealings with Iran
UPS turned itself in. It intercepted a shipment to the Iranian Embassy in Helsinki from a customer in Sweden but then inadvertently released it for delivery in June — a probable violation of U.S. sanctions on Iran. The contents of the illicit package ...
US does not recognize Iran's right to enrich uranium: White House
She said the US would agree to that because Iran has indicated in a public document that it's ready to accept rigorous monitoring and restrictions on the level, scope, capacity and stockpiles of enriched uranium. The spokeswoman claimed that enrichment ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Nuclear North Korea: 6 ways it differs from Iran
Christian Science Monitor
Military hard-liners in North Korea are believed to view the agreement under which Iran is scaling down its nuclear program as a dangerous precedent. Indeed, they see that deal as the type that North Korea should avoid and advocate a tough policy that ...
Column: Iran Deal Won't Be a Repeat of North Korea