Despite sanctions' toll on Iran, US sees no shift in nuclear behavior
Harsh economic sanctions have taken a serious toll on Iran's economy, but U.S. and European officials acknowledge that the measures have not yet produced the kind of public unrest that could force Iranian leaders to change their nuclear policies.
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Iran reportedly launches destroyer in the Caspian Sea
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran launched a domestically built destroyer in the Caspian Sea on Sunday, its first deployment of a major warship in the oil-rich region, state TV reported. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad inaugurated the guided missile destroyer Jamaran ...
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North Korean nuclear threat more pressing than Iran's?
(CBS News) The problem the United States faces amid North Korea's decision to void the armistice that ended the Korean War and threat to launch a nuclear attack is "not new," The New York Times' David Sanger said today on "Face the Nation." ...
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Tolstoy, the equinox and a cry for mercy in Iran
Los Angeles Times
Residents generally blame the lawlessness on desperation and joblessness stemming from Iran's worsening economic slump, which in turn is linked to foreign sanctions related to the nation's controversial nuclear program. Iranian authorities have ...
Netanyahu's pick for defense minister cautious on Iran
JERUSALEM | Sun Mar 17, 2013 7:02am EDT. JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Although Benjamin Netanyahu's next defense minister shares his deep distrust of the Palestinians, the two could yet clash about when - and whether - Israel should go to war with Iran.
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'Iran asked to increase petchem exports'
“Despite all challenges in the way of petrochemical products exports in 1391 (the current Iranian calendar year, started March 20, 2012), neighboring countries have demanded an increase in the export capacity of our country thanks to high quality and ...
Iran Self Sufficient in Oil Refinery Construction
Rep. Rogers questions Obama timeline for Iran's nuclear program
The Hill (blog)
"That's why the pressure is mounting for some action [against Iran]," Rogers said. "Maybe other than sanctions for Iran so they get the signal that we really won't tolerate them getting a nuclear weapon and then proliferating nuclear weapons across the ...
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Iran launches destroyer in the Caspian Sea – state TV
Tehran has launched its second domestically built guided-missile destroyer in the Caspian Sea, Iranian state TV reported on Sunday. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was present at the launch of the Jamaran-2 destroyer in the port city of Anali, 250 ...
Iran tests border patrol drones
On December 17, 2012, Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi said Iran had launched the production line of ScanEagle drones, adding that the IRGC Naval and Aerospace Division was employing the UAVs ...
Iran's parliament approves new health minister
Iran faces hard currency shortages linked to Western sanctions. Conservatives, who turned on Ahmadinejad after he challenged Iran's clerical establishment last year, are using Iran's economic woes to criticize his allies in the run-up to presidential ...
Iran's new heath minister appointed