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Report: Sanctions may be speeding Iran's nuclear advancement
Christian Science Monitor
A report released today – based on 30 in-depth interviews with Iranian officials, analysts, and businessmen – explains that dilemma and Iran's determined defiance to Western policymakers, who will conduct a fifth round of nuclear negotiations with Iran ...
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RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia says its investigations have shown that members of a spy ring arrested last week were working for Iranian intelligence. The official Saudi Press Agency quoted an Interior Ministry statement as saying Tuesday ...
Saudi says detained 'spy ring' linked to Iran
Saudi Arabia has said that several people it arrested on suspicion of spying this month had direct links to the intelligence services of Iran. A security spokesman for the interior ministry said on Tuesday that Iranian intelligence had paid the ...
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Velayati May Run for Iran President as Calm to Ahmadinejad Storm
Ali Akbar Velayati was addressing the United Nations as Iran's foreign minister when a dissident rushed onstage, snatched his speech and tore it up. As security wrestled the man away, Velayati waited calmly with his hands in his pockets. “A member of ...
Another threat: 'Iran will level Tel Aviv and Haifa'
Reza Kahlili, author of the award-winning book "A Time to Betray," 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, ...
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US should talk with Iran about Syria
Editor's note: Andrew Parasiliti is editor and CEO of Al-Monitor.com. The views expressed are his own. U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Israel secured perhaps a year more for diplomacy with Iran and a chance for a political solution in Syria – if ...
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Rutgers professor running for president of Iran
A Rutgers University professor wants to be president of Iran. Hooshang Amirahmadi declared his intentions last year and is hopscotching the globe to bolster his name recognition and raise money. Associated Press. Correction: Clarification: RELATED ...
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Study says famed cyberattack against Iran nuclear plant is an 'act of force'
The Stuxnet virus, which infects SCADA systems, or the computers that control industrial infrastructure, infected Iran's Natanz nuclear power plants. Specifically, it critically damaged the section of the plant that released an important gas into its ...
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US-Israeli Stuxnet Cyber-attacks against Iran: “Act of War”
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Iran Sanctions Hinder BP's UK Gas Field
BP PLC (BP.LN) may decide to shut down the Bruce natural gas field in the U.K. North Sea earlier than planned unless a way is found to restart production at the adjoining Rhum field, which is shut down because of sanctions against Iran. Without the ...
In Iran, Concern Grows Over Dervishes On Prison Hunger Strike
Ebadi, who lives in exile, added that dervishes, who are Shi'a Muslims, have come under “illegal pressure” by the Iranian establishment over their religious beliefs. She said Moradi and Nouri's lack of faith that justice will be served was what drove ...
Iran: Two more Gonabadi prisoners join hunger strike