Christian Science Monitor
Iran's chief nuclear negotiator: we're being asked to make all the sacrifices
Christian Science Monitor
Saeed Jalili, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator and a presidential candidate, says that offers from six world powers demand far more short-term sacrifices of his government than the Islamic Republic considers reasonable or reciprocal. Skip to next ...
Iran says ready to pursue talks with world powers
Iran Willing to Hold Nuclear Talks Before Election - VOA
'Reset' on Iran now
Russia says Iran must take part in proposed Syria talks
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Iran must take part in a proposed international conference to end Syria's civil war, but that Western states wanted to limit the participants and possibly predetermine the outcome of the talks.
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Anti-Syria UN resolution to intensify extremists' crimes: Iran
Cleric says women can't run for president in Iran
Women also have registered as potential candidates in past presidential elections, but the group that vets hopefuls appears to follow interpretations of the constitution that suggest only a man may hold Iran's highest elected office. Women, however ...
Iran election: Cleric rules out women candidates
Iranian cleric: Women can't be president in Iran
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New York Times
Why the US, Russia, and Iran Can All Agree To Wrestle
The geopolitics of 2013 pretty much mandate that the U.S., Russia and Iran won't agree on anything. Take your pick: the bloody civil war in Syria; Iran's nuclear ambitions; America's emergence as an energy producer. Even decades-old, Cold War ...
US hosts Iran in NY wrestling meet
Three Foes Unite to Keep Wrestling in Olympics
Wrestling: US, Iran, Russia unite on the wrestling mat
Iran election: Rafsanjani defends decision to stand as his 'national duty'
Hashemi Rafsanjani, the dark horse heavyweight candidate in Iran's presidential election, has hit back at hardline pro-regime figures who are alarmed by his growing popularity to insist that he has a "religious and national duty" to run – and defiantly ...
Iran's election A candidacy conundrum
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US senators urge Obama to up Iran sanctions
Senator Bob Menendez, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee and sponsor of several Iran sanctions laws, cited estimates that the global oil market has enough supply to let the US press Iran's remaining oil buyers to radically curtail their ...
Lawmakers push White House to tighten pressure on Iran
Why sanctions on Iran are not working
No doubt about Turkey's gold trade with Iran: US
Iranian Cleric: Woman Can't Be President - Huffington Post
TEHRAN, Iran — A member of Iran's constitutional watchdog group insists that women cannot be presidential candidates, a report said Thursday, effectively killing the largely symbolic bids by about 30 women seeking to run in the June 14 election.
MKs to talk Iran, Syria at NATO assembly
"Although we have difficulties in the European arena, we know that NATO fears Iranian missiles and will discuss the topic," Shai explained. "The Syrian issue is also on the agenda, with NATO's commitment to come to Turkey's aid if it is attacked.
Iran to source vehicles, medicines from India
The two countries had agreed to settle bilateral trade in rupees after it became difficult for India to route payments to Iran because of the sanctions. However, the mechanism failed to take off as the trade was heavily in favour of Iran - India ...
Iran's educated, middle-class and part-time prostitute
Iran's Shiite theocratic regime is widely known for its strict enforcement of Islamic laws, especially those regarding sexual behavior. But prostitutes in North Tehran ply their trade openly with little, if any, police interference. Parisa says she has ...