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Iran's approaching vote brings receding Web access
From a computer keyboard in London, an Iranian emigre plays the role of counselor, social media guru and all-around adviser for Internet users back home seeking ways around the cyber-blocks set up by authorities in Tehran. These have been busy days.
The state of Iran's Green Movement today
WHITHER IRAN'S DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION?
More Is Less With Proposed Iran Sanctions
If U.S. and European nuclear negotiators hoped a more tractable government would emerge in Iran after presidential elections in June, those hopes have faded. Election authorities have disqualified two maverick candidates; the remaining eight are in the ...
Inside Iran's Presidential Election and Beyond
Iran's supreme leader bars two rivals from running for president
Voter turnout to deal blow to Iran enemy: Leader
Christian Science Monitor
Iran's new president unlikely to reverse tightening sanctions
Christian Science Monitor
Asian economies this year have relied less on Iranian oil to meet their energy demands. India's economy slowed down considerably in part because of tighter credit conditions and poor consumer sentiment. For China, its first-quarter gross domestic ...
Iran offers sweeteners to push more oil
Iran offers insurance to India refiners to spur oil sales
Iran Seeks More Crude-Oil Shipments to India
In Iran, Two Bombing Suspects Run for President
After disqualifying a number of presidential candidates from the June 14 elections, Iran's Guardian Council has pared the list down to eight. Remarkably, two of the remaining candidates -- Mohsen Rezai and Ali Akbar Velayati -- are suspects in the 1994 ...
Contradictions live in Iran-India's tangled web
The Japan Times
Sixty years ago this week two men became the first to stand on the roof of the world in a remarkable feat of endurance and strength of the human spirit. As Wednesday's anniversary of Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary's summit of Mount Everest ...
The Times of Israel
Iran's nuclear games demand a tougher US approach
As the conflict in Syria rivets international attention, Iran's nuclear program continues apace. Unfortunately, while the Iranians install the next generation of centrifuges — machines that can produce enriched uranium three to four times faster than ...
Congressmen urge UN to nix Iran from heading nuke disarmament panel
US Lawmakers Demand Iran Removal from UN Disarmament Leadership
India upset over Iran's poser on US n-transfer
Has Iranian regime learned nothing from 2009 election fiasco?
(CNN) -- Former President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani's abrupt fall from grace has taken many in political circles in Iran by surprise, further widening the gap between an increasingly insular and narrow hard-line elite and the rest of the country. It ...
Syria: Why Iran has to be part of the solution
Underlying western support for the rebels is not just fully justified horror at the brutality of Assad's suppression of the revolt, but a strategic desire, as Tehran well knows, to detach Iran from Syria and – when it is seeking to confront it on ...
Solution to Syria crisis, political not military: Iran MP
Iran to host 'international' conference on ally Syria
Iran offers Syria $4 billion credit line
Saudi foreign minister's remarks, media hype: Iran diplomat
On May 21, Saudi Arabia's state media reported that the country had arrested 10 more suspects in what it claimed was a spy ring linked to Iran. Related Interviews: Saudi royals fear Shia influence in KSA. Related Viewpoints: Iran threatened by US Air ...
Saudi Arabia - Iran's big rival in the Persian Gulf
Iran Dismisses Riyadh's Espionage Allegations as "Baseless"
Dialog only solution to Syrian crisis: Iran envoy
He said that the Islamic Republic of Iran has proposed a six-point plan and held two rounds of Syria National Dialog meetings one in Tehran and the other in Damascus and now plans to host the international meeting of the true Friends of Syria in the ...