Christian Science Monitor
Suspected Iran link in Canadian rail plot puzzles terror experts
(CNN) -- Is al Qaeda looking to ground transportation as a promising target after the introduction of intense security measures for air travel? And are its supporters able to operate out of Iran without hindrance? Those two questions have been raised ...
Iran Rejects Canadian Terrorism Charge
Canada alleges Al Qaeda plot from Iran, but Tehran's involvement unlikely (+ ...
Iran denies link to what Canada calls thwarted train terror plot
Al Qaeda & Iran's Love-Hate Relation
The arrests of two foreign nationals in Canada Monday on charges of plotting to blow up a train from Toronto to New York highlight how al Qaeda operatives in eastern Iran have the capability to set in motion operations capable of striking a target half ...
Al Qaeda, Iran ... and Canada plot?
5 questions on Iran's complicated history with al-Qaeda
Canada train plot: Iran's al-Qaeda problem
Trial Begins for Md. Man in Iran Satellite Case
The case against an Iranian-American man accused of helping Iran launch its first satellite may sound like a James Bond movie but it's a real life drama, a prosecutor said Tuesday as trial opened. Nader Modanlo, 52, is accused of brokering a deal to ...
Trial begins for Iranian-American accused of helping Iran launch its first ...
Nader Modanlo on trial for allegedly helping Iran launch satellite
Iran offers to be West's "reliable partner" in Middle East
"Western countries are advised to change gear from confrontation to cooperation, the window of opportunity to enter into negotiation for long-term strategic cooperation with Iran, the most reliable, strong and stable partner in the region, is still ...
New York Times
Israeli focus on Syria gives Hagel respite on Iran
JERUSALEM (AP) — On Chuck Hagel's inaugural visit to Israel as U.S. defense secretary, Syria surpassed Iran as the security threat of greatest urgency to the U.S.' closest Mideast ally. That quite unexpectedly gave the new Pentagon chief a temporary ...
Hagel, in Israel, Presses US Agenda on Deterring Iran
Salman and Hagel discuss Syria, Iran
Hagel says Iran sanctions need to be exhausted first - USA Today
Fearing Price Increases, Iranians Hoard Goods
New York Times
Under Iran's complicated system of multiple exchange rates, the importers had been paying a rate of 12,260 rials to the dollar, but will now have to pay 24,500 rials to the dollar. The new exchange rate is much closer to the rial's actual market value ...
Iran's Wooing of Africa Yields Scant Results as Sanctions Bite - VOA
UN nuclear watchdog says Iran meeting set for mid-May
The headquarters of the IAEA in Vienna
Through Story, a Look into Iran: Newsha Tavakolian's Portraiture
In 1999, Iranian students took the streets of Tehran in the fiercest unrest the country had seen since the 1979 Islamic revolution. The protests started out in response to the closure of a reformist newspaper, but after authorities raided a dormitory ...
Canada thwarts "al Qaeda-backed" train plot, Iran denies role
Malizia said they had received "support from al Qaeda elements located in Iran", but added that there was no sign that the conspiracy, which police described as the first known al Qaeda-backed plot on Canadian soil, had been sponsored by the Iranian state.
Iran denies link to Canada train 'al-Qaeda plot'
Iran has denied any links to two men arrested in Canada on suspicion of planning an attack on a train. Canadian officials said an attack had been planned with support from al-Qaeda elements in Iran, although there was no evidence of state sponsorship.
Report: Iran's military chief accuses Ahmadinejad of manipulating public opinion
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran's armed forces joint chief of staff is accusing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of trying to manipulate public opinion. It is the latest exchange of harsh rhetoric between outgoing Ahmadinejad and his conservative opponents ahead of ...