Family of Christian pastor held in Iran asks: Where is State Department?
Supporters of the American pastor held in Iran and facing a possible death sentence for his faith say the State Department is not doing enough to win his release. Pastor Saeed Abedini, a Christian minister and American citizen who lives in Boise Idaho ...
Iran's Religious Crackdown
State Dept. & White House Condemn Iran and Call for Release of Pastor Saeed
Jailed Boise pastor unaccounted for in Iran
A First Step With Iran
New York Times
The great powers are busy imposing sanctions on Iran that they will amend only if Tehran dismantles key aspects of its nuclear program. In the meantime, Iran is hesitant to make concessions, aware that the expansion of its nuclear capability enhances ...
IAEA: Iran nuclear row must be solved peacefully
New Iran nuclear talks more likely in February: diplomat
Iran accused of dragging feet on meeting again with 6 global powers for ...
The Times of Israel
'Iran would definitely use nuclear weapon on Israel'
If Iran makes a nuclear bomb "it would definitely use it against Israel or against any other enemy state," a former representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry said in an exclusive interview aired on Friday on Channel 2 television. "The [Iranian ...
Ex-Iranian diplomat warns Israel: If Iran gets the bomb, it will fire on you
Report: Explosion Destroys Key Iran Nuclear Site
War With Iran? The 4 Dumbest Warmongering Quotes About Iran
Slate Magazine (blog)
Iran Faces Backlash Over "Morality Police" Spying on Coffee Shops
Slate Magazine (blog)
The Basij are under the command of Iran's supreme leader and are tasked with carrying out a range of police functions—including suppressing dissident activity and making sure “morals” are not being breached. Previously the Basij were among a group of ...
Barak: U.S. Could Strike Iran
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak is confident, he says, that the United States has plans for surgical strikes against Iran as a last-ditch measure if Tehran refuses to stop its development of a nuclear weapons capability. Barak and Panetta. U.S ...
US has plans for surgical strikes on Iran, says Israel's Barak
Exclusive: Samsung Total strikes Iran oil deal, lured by cheap fuel - sources
SINGAPORE/SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Total Petrochemicals Co has revived a contract to buy Iranian oil after a year's hiatus, as thin margins in plastics make the cheap fuel from Iran hard to resist, people familiar with the deal said on ...
South Korea-France joint venture revives Iran oil contract
New US sanctions create panic, India's oil imports from Iran could be hit hard ...
South Korea uncovers trillion-dollar transfer of frozen Iran cash
BBC: Iran Using Fake Blogs In Smear Campaign Targeting Journalists
With only a few months left until the June presidential elections, the Iranian government has come up with an unprecedented string of creative tactics to hamper foreign coverage and intimidate dissident journalists living in exile. This week, Iranian ...
Iranian activists build The Onion-esque Web presence against its exiled ...
Q&A: Head of BBC Persian discusses reporting from Iran, the role of social media
Kissinger: The Iran Nuclear Situation Will Come To A Head In The 'Very ...
attached image Henry Kissinger recently gave an ominous forecast on the future of Iran's nuclear program: that it will be taken care of one way or another very soon. Speaking at the World Economic Forum at a Swiss ski resort in Davos, Kissinger said ...
US diplomat chides Iran for 'unhelpful role' on Syria
World should allow Iran to play role in resolving Syrian crisis, Russia says
Russia Sees Iran as Key Part in Architecture of Regional Security
Holocaust Film to Be Broadcast to Iran
New York Times (blog)
LOS ANGELES —You just can't keep an Oscar-winning documentary down. “Genocide,” a Holocaust film that won the best documentary feature Oscar in 1982, resurfaced this week in one of the unlikeliest of settings: On satellite broadcasts into Iran and ...
US exasperated by Iran delaying nuke talks
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration says it is exasperated with Iran for holding up new talks with world powers over its disputed nuclear program. Negotiations had been envisioned for next week. But State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland ...