Exclusive: Iran crude oil exports rise to highest since EU sanctions
GENEVA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's crude oil exports in December leapt to their highest level since European Union sanctions took effect last July, analysts and shipping sources said, as strong Chinese demand and tanker fleet expansion helped the OPEC ...
Iran oil industry unfazed by sanctions
Iran Adds 350 Million-Liter in Oil-Products Storage, Times Says
Iran seeks help to rescue sunken rig
Iran's Latest Hit: Bootleg 'Argo' DVDs
Wall Street Journal
As Iranian leaders contemplate whether to negotiate with the U.S. over their nuclear program, Argo has prompted a public debate of sorts about the wisdom of taking over the U.S. Embassy and the effect it had on Iran's foreign policy. Many government ...
Hagel says 'window is closing' for Iran and diplomacy if it pursues nuclear weapon
WASHINGTON — Defense Secretary nominee Chuck Hagel said the “window is closing” on Iran and the possibility of diplomacy if it continues to ignore international demands to end pursuit of a nuclear weapon. In his first opportunity to express his ...
Hagel: Willing to Attack Iran if Necessary
Hagel: Window is closing on Iran and possibility of diplomacy
Hagel Pledges Focus on Iran Military Options at Pentagon
Analysis: Israeli attack in Syria could trigger Iran reaction
And this move would send a clear message to Israel's ultimate enemy, the regional power that backs both the Syrian regime and Hezbollah: Iran. Iran has long threatened to destroy Israel, and Hezbollah is part of its arsenal. Israel choking off the ...
Sources: Israel bombed Iran forces in Syria
IAF long-range capabilities mean more than just Iran in the crosshairs
IAF Chief: Iran source of most threats to Israel
Argentina-Iran deal makes a mockery of justice
Argentina has crossed a line by making a sweet deal with Iran to jointly investigate a 1994 terrorist attack against the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, which according to Argentine prosecutors and Interpol was masterminded by top Iranian ...
Israel Rebukes Argentina for Deal With Iran to Investigate '94 Attack
Israel summons envoy over Iran-Argentina panel
Argentina rejects Israeli summons over agreement with Iran
Why Has Iran Slowed Its Nuclear Program—on Purpose?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wasn't afraid to get dramatic at the United Nations last year when, in a speech about the dangers of Iran's alleged nuclear program, he used a prop. Two, actually: a chart and a red marker. In case the ...
IAEA says no indications of blast at Iran nuclear site
UN won't deny explosions at Iran nuke plant
New team, new talks with Iran?
Report: Iran, Hezbollah terror threat rising
WASHINGTON (AP) — Iran's elite Quds Force and Hezbollah militants are learning from a series of botched terror attacks over the past two years and pose a growing threat to the U.S. and other Western targets as well as Israel, a prominent ...
Iran, Hezbollah Threat against West Growing
Report: Iran and Hizbullah Learning from Past Mistakes
In election year, Iranian brothers could expand power
In TEHRAN — In a year when Iran will elect a new president and could face make-or-break decisions about its nuclear program, the country's most prominent political family appears poised to extend its influence, strengthening the rule of hard-line ...
Iran: Backing 'Terrorist' Groups Escalates Syrian Crisis
Direct talks with US not Iran's red line: speaker
No date, venue set for fresh Iran-P5+1 talk: FM Salehi
Iran News Agency: More Arrests of Journalists
An Iranian news agency reports that local journalists linked to British news media have been arrested but gave few details. Iran regularly cracks down on foreign media outlets it considers hostile. The report Wednesday by the semiofficial Fars news ...
Afghan army fuel sales may have broken Iran sanctions
WASHINGTON: US funds may have served to buy fuel for Afghan security forces from Iran in direct contravention of America's economic sanctions on Tehran, a US watchdog warned Wednesday. And the office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan ...