New York Times
Double-Digit Inflation Worsens in Iran
New York Times
Iran's double-digit inflation rate worsened for the sixth consecutive month in March, the government said on Monday, in what appeared to be an implicit acknowledgment that international sanctions linked to the disputed Iranian nuclear program are ...
Will Iran Be the Next Hyperinflation?
Sanctions push Iran inflation above 30 percent
At the UN, Iran Is a Powerhouse, Not a Pariah
UN to Iran: Protect LGBT People. Iran's Spin Doctor Responds with Bad Medicine
Huffington Post (blog)
Iran's Dr. Mohammad Javad Ardeshir Amoli Larijani is a very busy man. As an Iraqi-born Iranian scientist-turned-politician, he wears many hats. Larijani is the son of a prominent Ayatollah and the oldest member of the powerful Larijani Clan. His famous ...
In pistachio powerhouse Iran, the public shell-shocked by cost of a beloved nut
TEHRAN, Iran – This should be the time of year that nut shop owner Mohammad Ahmadi counts his profits, after the recent Persian new year holiday when Iranians scarf up huge amounts of their iconic snack, pistachios. Instead, he and others in the trade ...
In pistachio powerhouse Iran, public is shell-shocked by cost of the beloved nut
Iran Cools Nuclear Work as Vote Looms
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has decided to keep Iran's nuclear program within limits demanded by Israel for now, according to senior U.S., European and Israeli officials, in a move they believe is designed to avert an ...
Samore: Nuclear negotiations with Iran going nowhere
PROMISES, PROMISES: Obama Has Tight Iran Timeline
The best red line for a nuclear Iran
Iran Company Aims for Record With Huge...
Iran Company Aims for Record With Huge Ice Cream. TEHRAN, Iran April 1, 2013 (AP). Share. 0. An Iranian confectioner has made five tons of ice cream in hopes of setting a new world record for the largest tub of the dessert. The production drew hundreds ...
Iran dairy firm hopes to break ice cream record
Iran sets new ice cream cup world record
Iran company aims for record with huge ice cream
Iran sanctions spur boom for Pakistani diesel smugglers
The illegal trade cooled in late 2010 when Iran cut fuel subsidies, narrowing profit margins for importers. But smugglers have gone into overdrive since late September, when growing pressure from Western sanctions caused the Iranian rial to lose forty ...
Iran Bristles at Azerbaijan for Hosting Gathering of Separatists
Iran lodged a protest with Azerbaijan, an ally of the U.S. and Israel, for hosting a conference of groups seeking independence for the Islamic republic's 20 million-strong minority of ethnic Azeris. Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi ...
Bahrain Upholds Sentence in Iran Spy Case
No clear evidence has been made public about alleged Iranian roles in the more than two-year unrest but Tehran officials have often denounced crackdowns on Shiite-led protesters by Bahrain's Sunni leaders. The official Bahrain News Agency said Monday ...
Bahraini's 10-year jail term for spying for Iran confirmed
Bahraini loses plea over Iran spy conviction
Fars News Agency
Iran slams Arab League support of Syria rebels
Iran's envoy to Syria on Sunday blasted the Arab League's decision to grant Syria's seat at the Arab Summit to the opposition, saying that it would only complicate the crisis, Iran's semi-official news agency Fars reported. With Syrian membership to ...
Iran's role in Syria after the Arab summit
Iran criticizes Qatar over Syrian opposition mission in Doha
Iran urges better UN efforts to defend Palestinians
Iran reaffirms support for political solution to Syria's crisis
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has concluded a two day visit to the Egyptian Capital Cairo where he met with the UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi as well as other Egyptian officials to discuss the latest ...
A private Egyptian jet flies to Iran for first timePublish Date: Mar 31, 2013
Iran minister denies interference in Egypt
Iran's Deputy FM visits Egypt to deepen ties, seek solutions to Syrian crisis