Christian Science Monitor
Not happy, Iran, with a Hollywood movie? Argo make your own.
Christian Science Monitor
Political retaliation through moviemaking, however, is hardly a new phenomenon, note movie experts, who say the fact that Iran has moved from issuing fatwas to producing films in response to what it considers offensive works of art speaks to the power ...
Iran to add lawsuit over 'Argo' to cinematic response
Iran Plans to Sue Over 'Iranophobic' Oscar Winner 'Argo'
Never mind Iran and Argo, the Brits should sue Hollywood
US extends waivers on Iran sanctions to 11 countries
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States extended 180-day waivers on Iran sanctions to Japan and 10 European Union nations in exchange for their cutting purchases of the OPEC nation's crude oil, Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday.
Congress Guns for Iran, While the Administration Focuses on Engagement
US renews waivers in Iran oil sanction program
US renews EU, Japan exemptions from Iran sanctions
The Times of Israel
Iran seeks US wheat despite nuclear tension
HAMBURG (Reuters) - Iran's state grain buyer has been in talks with export houses aimed at buying around 121,254 tons of U.S.-origin milling wheat, traders said, even as the United States and Europe impose toughened sanctions to stem Tehran's nuclear ...
'Nuclear Iran would permanently change region'
Anti-Iran Sanctions are Immoral, Illegal and Cowardly
Obama's Iran Bluff
Iran, Russia, Vatican threaten to derail UN women's rights appeal
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - An "unholy alliance" of Iran, Russia, the Vatican and others is threatening to derail a U.N. declaration urging an end to violence against women and girls by objecting to language on sexual, reproductive and gay rights, some ...
The Vatican, Iran And Russia Resist UN Efforts To Prevent Violence Against ...
Investigator From UN Gives Iran Harsh Review
New York Times
GENEVA — With presidential elections approaching in June, Iran has cracked down on journalists, rights activists and lawyers apparently in a bid to stifle dissent, a United Nations investigator said on Tuesday. He also said that the judicial ...
Iran irked by UN human rights report
Report on Iran's human rights harms UN reputation: Iran's rights chief
Iran crackdown jeopardizes fair election: UN rights envoy
Israel Uneasy on Iran Ahead of Obama's Visit
I recently wrote on Obama's first-term progression on Iran, from engagement to saber rattling, as a walk-up to what will be a consequential year of diplomacy between Washington, Jerusalem and Tehran. Today the Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib takes a ...
Iran Can't Follow North Korea's Nuclear Example
'Iran can't covertly produce atomic bomb' – US intelligence chief
US made major concessions to Iran in Almaty talks: report
Iran: Bushehr nuclear power plant taken off line
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's vice president says the Bushehr nuclear power plant has been disconnected from the country's electricity grid because of a mechanical problem. Fereidoun Abbasi, vice president and head of Iran's nuclear agency, said there was a ...
Home Nuclear Test Iran/Russia: AEOI Chief: Bushehr N. Power Plant Readying ...
Bushehr nuclear power plant undergoing safety checks: Iran
Lawyer For Iran Said Seeking Suit Over More Than Just 'Argo'
An attendee at Monday night's “Hoax Of Hollywood” conference in Tehran, Mohammad Lesani, is reported to have said the gathering was intended to “unify all cultural communities in Iran against the attacks of the West, particularly Hollywood.” The real ...
Iran plans 'to sue Hollywood' over film
Iran is planning to sue Hollywood over the Oscar-winning film "Argo" because of the movie's alleged "unrealistic portrayal" of the country, Iranian media have reported. Several news outlets, including the pro-reform Shargh daily, said on Tuesday that ...
The Voice of Russia
The growing tension between Iran and al Qaeda — what does it mean?
Power Line (blog)
Recently, Iran has been expelling al Qaeda officials who holed up there for years. Bin Laden's son-in-law, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, is only the latest example. U.S. officials and terrorism experts tell the Washington Post that these expulsions suggest ...
Iran, al-Qaeda relationship is showing cracks, US officials and analysts say
'Iran, al-Qaida ties strained over Syrian civil war'
Strange bedfellows -- Iran and al Qaeda