The Atlantic Wire
Iran: No, We Don't Have a 'Time Machine'
ABC News (blog)
In a shocking revelation that's sure to disappoint “Back to the Future” fans around the globe, an Iranian official has been forced to deny that an inventor from the Islamic nation has registered a “time machine” with the state. “Making scientific ...
Back Off, World: Iran's 'Time Machine' Creator Isn't a Scientist
What time machine? Iranian news agency quietly deletes a report that Iran had ...
Iran news agency claims scientist invented time machine, then deletes story
After Iran 'time machine' story fizzles, a small comfort for time-travel fans
Washington Post (blog)
But reports that a 27-year old Iranian inventor had developed a “time machine” have been called into serious doubt given, as The Washington Post's Caitlin Dewey reports, the original Fars News Agency report has been deleted. Foreign Policy's Joshua ...
Field of Iranian presidential candidates takes shape
TEHRAN- Iran's political landscape has become increasingly divided during controversial President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's second and final term. But as a diverse array of candidates to replace him takes shape, nearly all the contenders seem united on ...
Iran's Presidential Election Heats up as Reformist Rowhani Enters Race
Who is who among Iran's presidential candidates: individuals and coalitions
Is a Nuclear Iran Inevitable?
You mention that there are countries like Iran that don't necessarily pursue the path to the bomb in terms of months or years -- they pursue it in terms of slow progress that reaches a kind of momentum where it's almost irreversible. Do you think that ...
Korean Missile Threat May Push Israel to Attack Iran
FP Passport: News you might have missed: Iran considers annexing Azerbaijan ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
Journalists have had their hands full this week with reports of Iran's fake time machine, not to mention the 6.3-magnitude earthquake that shook the country's south. But somehow, in all the excitement, an Iranian proposal to annex Azerbaijan went ...
Owner of stolen laptop that sends spy photos from Iran regrets exposing users
Intrigued, Del Torto set up a Tumblr page, Dom's Laptop in Iran, showing his computer's new owners' interactions with his machine taken through the Mac's camera. The pictures, to which Del Torto attached witty captions, showed a young woman and an ...
Stolen Laptop Ends Up In Iran, Sends Photos Of Innocent New Owners Back To ...
Tech support: camera helps retrieve stolen laptop from Iran
Stolen Laptop Sends Mystery Pictures from Iran
US targets companies accused of evading Iran sanctions
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday slapped financial penalties on an Iranian businessman, a Malaysian bank and a network of companies it accused of attempting to evade international sanctions on Iran's nuclear program through ...
U.S. Lifts Iran Sanctions on Three Companies on Pledges
US ends Iran-related sanctions on 3 maritime firms
U.S. slaps penalties on Iran sanction violators
Sydney Morning Herald
Quake too close to Iran's reactor for comfort
Sydney Morning Herald
Iran's sole nuclear reactor, in Bushehr, 150 kilometres from the quake's epicentre, was unaffected, Iranian and Russian officials said. But there is no way of knowing until the International Atomic Energy Agency report comes out next month. Either way ...
Iran nuclear plant: the looming danger
Iran Calls Off Search for Earthquake Survivors
China expresses condolence on those killed in Iran quake
Iran negotiator: Sanctions can end 'step by step'
The West has imposed several rounds of punishing sanctions on Iran, hoping to force it to scale back its uranium enrichment program, suspecting it might aim to produce nuclear weapons. Iran has refused, insisting its program is for peaceful purposes.
Ex-nuclear negotiator makes Iran election bid
Peres: Obama Will Attack Iran if Diplomacy Fails
Iran-P5+1 talks should lead to removal of sanctions: official
Another failure with Iran
The Japan Times
It is within Iran's power to end this deadlock and to reduce the sanctions that are inflicting great harm on its economy. Only misplaced pride, dangerous domestic political calculations, or perhaps a genuine nuclear weapons development program could ...