Voice of America
US sanctions Iranian broadcasters, locks up oil revenues
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Wednesday it had sanctioned Iran's main agency in charge of broadcasting for helping the government censor Western reports, part of a broader effort by Washington to pressure Tehran's nuclear program.
US imposes new sanctions on Iran
United States Announces New Iran Sanctions
Iran May Lose $2.5 Billion Oil Sales as India Seeks U.S. Waiver
New York Daily News
Iran's Ahmadinejad seeks strategic axis with Egypt
The effort drew a cool response, however. Shi'ite Islamist Iran is still looked on with suspicion by many in Egypt, a predominantly Sunni Muslim nation. Points of contention include Iran's support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and its policies ...
After Day in Jail, Figure in Iran Power Battle Is Freed
Ahmadinejad claims Iran is already a nuclear state
Ahmadinejad says Iran can create nuclear weapons, but not to attack Israel
Iran's foreign minister thinks Syrian govt ready to talk to opposition: MENA
CAIRO (Reuters) - The foreign minister of Iran said on Wednesday he thought the Syrian government was ready to negotiate with the opposition and that the two sides would have to sit together for talks, the Egyptian state news agency MENA reported.
Egypt: End Syrian Crisis Before Warm Iran Ties
Syrian leadership ready to talk to opposition, Iran's FM says
Egypt Says Relations With Iran Depend on Progress on Syria
EU court rules for second time against Iran bank sanctions
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A European Union court has ruled that the EU should lift sanctions it imposed on one of Iran's largest banks, the second such judgment that could complicate Western efforts to increase pressure on the Islamic Republic. The ruling ...
Iran Nuclear Talks to Resume This Month
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Breaking a deadlock over the location and timing of new talks on its disputed nuclear program, Iran has agreed to resume its stuttering dialogue with world powers later this month in Kazakhstan, Iranian and Western officials said on ...
Iran agrees to nuclear talks with six world powers
Time is running out with Iran 06.02.2013
Iran agrees to new nuclear talks with US, other world powers
American Christian pastor imprisoned in Iran fears supporters have abandoned ...
“It is no surprise that the Iranian prison guards are engaging in this kind of psychological abuse. We know that Pastor Saeed is undergoing physical beatings and torture. And we know there is growing concern about his health,” Jordan Sekulow, executive ...
Despite Iran's Lies, American Pastor Saeed Not Forgotten
Don't Let Iran Stall for Time
New York Times
FEW of President Obama's original foreign policy goals have eluded him so much as engagement with Iran. Over the weekend, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. announced during a speech in Munich that the United States was ready for direct talks with Iran ...
Iran Claims Photo Mixup in Monkey Launch
Iran is sticking by its claims of launching a monkey into space and recovering it alive — despite broadcasting images of two different monkeys before and after launch last week. Doubts about the monkey's survival surfaced after journalists noticed pre ...
Even Iran diplomat confirms nuke plant blast
A European intelligence agency, an Iranian diplomat and a Latin American intelligence source have joined the growing list of those who have confirmed to WND the deadly explosions at Iran's Fordow nuclear site. Media and unofficial speculation points to ...
Human Rights Watch
Iran: Top Official Should Face Justice for Rights Abuses
Human Rights Watch
Mortazavi, now head of Iran's Social Security Organization, is accused of involvement in the deaths, torture, and arbitrary detention of dozens of protesters following the disputed presidential poll in 2009 and other rights abuses perpetrated over more ...