Iranian Oil Minister Concedes Sanctions Have Hurt Exports
New York Times
Iran's oil minister acknowledged for the first time on Monday that petroleum exports and sales had fallen by at least 40 percent over the past year, contradicting his previous denials and providing an unusual public admission that the cumulative impact ...
Report: Iran Oil Revenues Down 45 Percent
Steinitz to press US on Iran sanctions loopholes
Israel Pushes Washington to Give Iran an Ultimatum
On Israel, Iran, and spending, Chuck Hagel looks a lot like Robert Gates
Washington Post (blog)
The arguments for and against the Obama administration's anticipated nomination of Chuck Hagel for defense secretary seem to turn on the premise that he would represent a dramatic shift on defense spending and on two major foreign policy issues: Iran ...
Chuck Hagel defends his record on Israel, Iran
Is Hagel Obama's Cover for Iran War?
Obama is about to show us how he might deal with Iran
Christian Science Monitor
Is Iran's presence in Latin America a threat? The White House says yes.
Christian Science Monitor
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (l.) is welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chávez at Miraflores Palace in Caracas in January 2012. Iran has bolstered its relationship with leaders in Latin America in recent years, perhaps most worrisome has ...
It's Official: Iran's Presence in the Western Hemisphere a Threat to US ...
Iran challenges arrogant powers' monopoly in Latin America: MP
U.S. fears threat in Iran's presence in Latin America
Christian pastor Nadarkhani freed from jail in Iran after Christmas Day arrest
Youcef Nadarkhani, the Iranian Christian pastor who had been re-arrested on Christmas Day after serving nearly three years in prison for renouncing Islam, was released today, according to individuals close to the pastor and his family. Nadarkhani, 35 ...
BREAKING NEWS: Iran Pastor Nadarkhani Freed From Jail; Others Remain ...
ACLJ: Freedom for One Christian Pastor -- Iran Continues To Imprison Another
Iran: Yousef Nadarkhani Released
Report: Iran oil revenues drop 45 percent in 9 months because of sanctions on ...
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's revenues from vital oil and gas exports have dropped by 45 percent because of sanctions over its suspect nuclear program, a senior lawmaker said Monday, a clear admission that sanctions over Iran's suspect nuclear program are ...
Iran Targets Dissidents With 30000-Strong Spy Army
In February 2010, Iranian spies had Tehran's most wanted man in their sights. Their target, Sunni Islamist militant Abdolmalek Rigi, had killed an Iranian general and was responsible for a string of terrorist attacks in Iran from across the Pakistani ...
New Iran sanctions target industry in bid for deal curbing nuclear program
New U.S. sanctions have broadened the front in the West's escalating economic conflict with Iran, targeting large swaths of the country's industrial infrastructure even as Iranian leaders are indicating a willingness to resume negotiations on the ...
Iran's nuclear bomb program complete
Reza Kahlili served in CIA Directorate of Operations, as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, counterterrorism expert; currently serves on the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, an advisory board authorized by Congress. He is the author ...
UPDATE 1-Iran oil export revenues down 45 pct since March-ISNA
DUBAI Jan 7 (Reuters) - Iran's earnings from oil have slumped by 45 percent since last March and are not likely to rise over the next three months, Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi told a parliamentary budget committee on Monday, according to Iran's ...
Iran drives forward with natural gas cars
Iran has dramatically scaled up its use of compressed natural gas to power vehicles, an effort which has helped ease the tightening pressure from international sanctions on petrol imports. A five-year multibillion-dollar government investment programme ...