Iran: Religious decree against nuclear weapons is binding
Iran authorities have often cited Khamenei's religious edict, made more than seven years ago, in attempts to counter Western suspicion that Iran could be moving toward nuclear arms. But Iranian leaders now appear increasingly desperate to reopen talks ...
As IAEA arrives in Tehran, Iran braces for full force of US sanctions
A Letter to Our Leaders on Iran's Nuclear Program
UN investigators head back to Iran hoping to restart probe on suspected ...
Banks Seek US Help on Iran Cyberattacks
Wall Street Journal
Defense officials have said Iran's government is behind the assault. Officials from several affected banks, including PNC Financial Services Group Inc., SunTrust Banks Inc. and BB&T Corp., are urging the U.S. government to stop or mitigate the attacks, ...
Bank Hacking Was the Work of Iran, Officials Say
Iran to try launching monkey into space
Iranian space officials announced they will make another attempt to launch a live monkey into space within the next month, according to news reports. "Testing phase of these living capsules has ended and monkeys to be sent to space are now in ...
Iran Sends Monkeys to Space During Revolutionary Festival
Iran plans to send monkey into space
Iran sends monkeys into space – so can place nukes anywhere on earth
Nuclear Safety in Iran
New York Times
Iran's nuclear safety regulations ensure that nuclear facilities are designed in accordance with the latest state-of-the-art technology and without undue risk to the health and safety of their personnel, public, next generations and the environment ...
UN nuclear agency trying again to visit Iran sites suspected of links to ...
A religious decree issued by Iran's supreme leader on Tuesday banning nuclear weapons is binding for the Iranian government, the Foreign Ministry said, suggesting that the edict should end the debate over whether Tehran is pursuing atomic arms ...
New York Post
After reassurances on Israel, Iran, Hagel wins key senators' votes
3 Democrat in the Senate, and Senator Barbara Boxer, a senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Hagel had eased their concerns over Hagel's positions on Israel, Iran and other issues. "Based on several key assurances provided by ...
Hagel's inexplicable position on Iran sanctions
Doyle McManus: As the world turns around Iran
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The Guardian (blog)
Iran struggles to woo reluctant Egypt
The Guardian (blog)
Forging better relations between Iran and Egypt is turning out to be harder than the Islamic Republic might have imagined after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak — the biggest upheaval of the Arab spring. In general, Tehran has misrepresented the ...
Morsi's Iran Card
Spotlight on Iran - Conference in support of Khuzestani Arabs convenes in ...
Iran's religious diplomacy: defensive rather than aggressive
Khomeini's Granddaughter Gives Iran Some Tough Love
According to Zahra Eshraghi, whose grandfather, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, founded the Islamic republic, Iran "is on the edge of the precipice." Eshraghi -- who is married to Mohammad Reza Khatami, the brother of former reformist President Mohammad ...
Iran says capable of jamming enemies' communications systems
Western analysts say Iran has launched increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks in a growing confrontation with foes, including the United States, Israel and Gulf Arabs, at a time of rising pressure on Tehran to curb its nuclear program. For its part ...
Iran's Nuclear Weapons Program and Lawful Israeli Self-Defense
Commander Stresses Iran's Updated Capabilities in Electronic Warfare
EXCLUSIVE - Iran charters oil ship with Indian insurance: sources
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A loophole in an Indian insurance scheme has allowed Iran's state-run tanker company NITC to bolster oil exports by chartering a vessel insured by India's state-run firms, industry and shipping sources said on Tuesday. European ...