New Computer Attacks Traced to Iran, Officials Say
New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — American officials and corporate security experts examining a new wave of potentially destructive computer attacks striking American corporations, especially energy firms, say they have tracked the attacks back to Iran.
US casts doubt on credibility of Iran election
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - The United States on Friday called into question the credibility of Iran's presidential election next month, criticizing the disqualification of candidates and accusing Tehran of disrupting Internet access. On a visit to Israel, U ...
Iran presidential candidate vows policy of resistance against the West if elected
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's top nuclear negotiator, a candidate in next month's presidential elections, vowed Friday he will pursue a policy of resistance against the West if elected. Addressing his first campaign rally in Tehran, Saeed Jalili said his ...
Iran's clerical leaders cut presidency down to size
Iran's Bogus “Election” Process
Iran's sports affairs should be managed by the people: Velayati
Iran filmmaker gets standing ovation for secret film at Cannes
He was jailed for six years and banned from making films and leaving Iran for 20 years. But the sentence was later cut to one year on appeal, and the travel and film bans were lifted. His new film "Dast-Neveshtehaa Nemisoosand" (Manuscripts Don't Burn) ...
UN Nuke Agency's Iran Probe Driven by US-Led Intel
The U.N. nuclear agency responsible for probing whether Iran has worked on a nuclear bomb depends on the United States and its allies for most of its intelligence, complicating the agency's efforts to produce findings that can be widely accepted by the ...
Iran's nuclear designs are the greater Middle East threat
PM: Sanctions have failed in stopping Iran's nuclear quest
US adds 20 individuals, firms to Iran sanctions blacklist
Gharazi says hostile US policy behind Iran's nuclear issue
Speaking to reporters in Tehran on Friday, Gharazi said the nuclear issue is not actually over Iran's nuclear energy program, “... it is about [the standoff between] the United States and Iran. The US cannot tolerate an independent Iranian ...
Aref vows to rehabilitate Iran's image
Hackers appear to probe US energy infrastructure, suspicions about Iran
The United States recently tightened its already tough economic sanctions against Iran in an ongoing bid to make Tehran temper its nuclear ambitions. And Congress just released a report illustrating how vulnerable the electric grid is to potential ...
Iran Hackers Accused of Targeting US Energy Firms
Iran Has Hacked US Energy Companies
Iran hacks energy firms, U.S. says
Israel Says Iran Unaffected by World Pressure
In a confidential report, the International Atomic Energy Agency said this week that Iran has upgraded its uranium enrichment facilities and advanced in building a plutonium-producing reactor. Israel and the West believe both programs are geared toward ...
Iran Is Seen Advancing Nuclear Bid
Iran paves over suspected nuclear-related testing site despite UN protests
Iran seeks to speed up nuclear activity: IAEA
The Weekly Standard
Discord Over Iran Role Shows Hurdles to Peace Talks on Syria (1)
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry emerged without an agreed position on Iran from May 22 talks in Jordan with representatives from 10 nations including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, Jordan, the U.K., France and Germany, according to a U.S. official who ...
The Brezhnev Doctrine, Iran-style
Times of India
India likely to get another US waiver for oil imports from Iran
Times of India
NEW DELHI: India may get yet another US waiver for oil imports from Iran, as Washington and New Delhi get ready for the annual strategic dialogue here next month. John Kerry will make his first visit to India since assuming office as the US Secretary ...