Analysts surprised by alleged Al Qaeda in Iran tie in Canada plot
Los Angeles Times
Iran and Al Qaeda have frequently had chilly relations, according to Slavin and other experts. Iran is majority Shiite, while Al Qaeda is firmly Sunni. In Syria, Al Qaeda has jumped into the fray alongside opposition fighters while Iran has backed ...
Iran likely unaware of al-Qaeda's Canadian plotting, security expert says
Canada's troubled ties with Iran
Experts puzzled over suggestion train plot linked to al-Qaida in Iran - Canada.com
Christian Science Monitor
Two arrested in Al Qaeda US-Canada train plot – directed from Iran (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Canadian police thwarted a terrorist attack on a US-Canada train by two men directed by Al Qaeda in Iran. Yes, Al Qaeda in Iran, say police. By David Clark Scott, Staff writer / April 22, 2013. RCMP Assistant Commissioner James Malizia said on Monday ...
Iran links to Canadian Al Qaeda-linked terror plot unexpected
Canada Arrests Two in Al-Qaida, Iran-Linked Terror Plot
2 allegedly linked to al-Qaida in Iran charged in terror plot against Canadian ...
Voice of America
Iranian official says sanctions will not impede Iran's nuclear progress
Iran's economy is clawing its way back to health after nearly a year of harsh Western sanctions, the country's top financial official said in an interview in which he insisted that no amount of outside pressure would force Tehran to change its nuclear ...
Iran is biggest threat to nuclear pact's credibility: US
Iran, North Korea to Dominate Nuclear Non-Proliferation Talks - VOA
Iran Curbs Spark Trade Shift
Food Price Hikes Raise Concerns in Iran
Iran's economy is flagging under international and Western sanctions over Tehran's disputed nuclear program. The West suspects the program could lead to production of weapons, but Iran denies the charge. The sanctions, which include an oil and banking ...
Ahmadinejad Fires Back at Latest Threats, Accusations of 'Nationalism'
Iran's Former Health Minister to Run for President
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's sister puts up her nomination for Iran's City and ...
Hosting US defense chief, Israel hints at patience on Iran
U.S. President Barack Obama has in the past clashed with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over how urgent the need may be to consider military action against Iran. Washington has suggested more time should be given for concerted diplomacy ...
Gantz: Iran is the main focus of IDF activities
Iran is the main focus of the IDF's activities, and will continue to be so in the foreseeable future, IDF Chief of Staff, Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz, told a security conference held by the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv on Monday. "Iran ...
Hegal's visit shows Israel, US coordinated on Iran and other major issues
New York Times
Ya'alon: We prefer diplomatic solution for Iran
Israel prefers a diplomatic solution to the Iranian nuclear threat, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said on Monday during a joint press conference with his American counterpart Chuck Hagel. Despite these statements, Ya'alon echoed previous statements ...
Hagel says Iran sanctions need to be exhausted first - USA Today
Hagel, in Israel, Presses US Agenda on Deterring Iran
US steps up regime change bid on Iran
Israeli president praises visiting Azerbaijani minister for his country's ...
Israel believes Iran is quickly approaching the capability to build a nuclear bomb and has threatened to use military force if international diplomacy and sanctions fail to curb Tehran's nuclear program. Iran says its program is for peaceful purposes only.
The Week Ahead: Baiting Iran, briefing Brussels, a call to Brunei
Peres Praises Azerbaijan Stance Toward Iran
Israel, Azerbaijan allies in Iran crisis
Iran panics over Boston bombing link to Tehran - WorldNetDaily
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, ...
Iran to meet UN nuclear watchdog in May: Iranian media
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran and the United Nations nuclear watchdog will have further talks over Tehran's disputed nuclear program around May 21 in Vienna, Iranian media reported on Monday. There was no immediate confirmation from the International Atomic ...