The Times of Israel
Samsung to block access to app store in Iran
A potential customer tries out a Samsung mobile phone in a store in Tehran, Iran, Thursday, April 25, 2013. Iranian users of Samsung mobile applications are saying they have been notified that their access to the company's online store will be denied ...
'Iran, not Israel, faces an existential threat'
I, too, am responsible for sanctions on Iran
Iran says it's ready to resume talks with world powers
Experts call for Washington to lighten up on Iran - WorldNetDaily
WASHINGTON – Washington experts in a report say they want the Obama administration to show more flexibility toward Iran in the dispute over its nuclear development program by taking more of a diplomatic approach in light of already strict sanctions ...
Will Iran's national internet mean no world wide web?
Eight years ago, when President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad first took office, the Iranian government announced plans to develop a national internet network. The project attracted little attention at the time but now, with less than two months to go until the ...
Enemy cannot stymie Iran's progress: Ahmadinejad
Iran's protest movement seems sidelined heading into June elections
TEHRAN — As Iran prepares to elect a new president, the anti-establishment energy that drove violent protests four years ago has disappeared, quashed by the heavy-handed crackdown in 2009 that followed Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's contested reelection.
Voice of America
Iranian Scientist Freed by US Returns Home - Voice of America
Voice of America
DUBAI — An Iranian scientist held for more than a year in California on charges of violating U.S. sanctions arrived in Iran on Saturday, Iranian media reported, after being freed in what the Omani Foreign Ministry said was a humanitarian gesture ...
West admits oil sanctions on Iran ineffective: official
The US and Western powers have admitted that Iran has overcome the toughest pressures they have put on the country, saying Iran is shifting from petrodollars to revenues from non-oil exports, says an Iranian industry minister.” Related Interviews: ...
EIA: Sanctions Cut Iran's 2012 Oil Exports to Lowest Level Since 1986
EIA: Sanctions reduced Iran's oil exports and revenues in 2012
News & Observer
Iranian scientist returns after release from US
News & Observer
Iranian scientist, Mojtaba Atarodi, center right, who was in U.S. custody since late 2011 over allegations he bought high-tech equipment in violation of U.S. sanctions on Iran, is welcomed by his family, upon his arrival at the Imam Khomeini airport ...
Oman mediates Iran academic's release from US custody
Iran's mineral exports grow by 38%: official
Vajihollah Jafari said on Saturday that Iran's cement exports touched 13.5 million tons in the one-year period, predicting that the inauguration of new projects will see national cement production capacity rise by 6.7 million tons by March 2014, IRNA ...
Iran, India to Discuss Extension of IP Gas Pipeline Next Week
Iran, India to mull IP Gas Pipeline extension next week - Pakistan Observer
Fearing Iran entry, US congressmen favour export of natural gas to India
Iran to unveil indigenous ballistic, cruise missiles
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi says Iran will unveil indigenous ballistic and cruise missiles as well as other new military achievements by the next five months. “New Iranian ballistic and cruise missiles will be unveiled in ...
Iran to Unveil Latest Products in Missile, Space Fields
Iran to unveil new ballistic, cruise missiles
Side Effects - The Humanitarian Consequences of Iran Sanctions - Truthout
A doctor I know told of a patient getting ready for a trip to Istanbul, where he would connect with Iranian friends. The patient asked for a prescription for a diabetes medication, “The most you can write for,” he said. The doctor was puzzled: his ...