Wall Street Journal- India
Candidates Air Grim Views of Iran's Economy
Wall Street Journal- India
FIRST DEBATE: From left to right, Saeed Jalili, Gholam Ali Haddad Adel, Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf, Ali Akbar Velayati, Mohammad Gharazi, Mohammad Reza Aref, Hasan Rowhani and Mohsen Rezaei pose for a group photo after their televised ...
Mismanagement biggest challenge facing Iran: Qalibaf
Iranian presidential candidate: Azerbaijan has become a threat to Iran's security
Case of imprisoned American-Iranian pastor taken to UN council in Geneva
The wife of the Iranian-American pastor held in Iran, along with U.S. attorneys representing the family, have traveled to Geneva and will present his case to the United Nations Human Rights Council Monday, urging the organization to push harder for the ...
OPEC to meet amid Iran-Saudi tensions
For the 12 oil ministers from countries ranging from Venezuela to Nigeria and Iran, the formal focus of Friday's get-together is to determine production levels. The consensus in the markets is that ministers will opt to maintain the status quo as ...
Iran's first presidential debate, meant to tackle economy, sours with ...
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's ailing economy, hit hard by international sanctions over its disputed nuclear program, was supposed to be the center of the first debate Friday between eight hopefuls running for president — but the biggest fight on stage was ...
Iran denounces US sentencing for Saudi envoy plot
Iran's foreign ministry is condemning the U.S. for the sentencing of an Iranian-American in a death plot involving the Saudi envoy to Washington. arbabsiar. This handout mugshot obtained October 12, 2011 courtesy of the Nueces County, Texas, sheriff's ...
Iranian American in Iran-backed plot to kill Saudi ambassador gets 25 years
Iran Downplays Sentencing Over Plot To Kill Saudi Envoy
Iran denounces US sentencing over Saudi envoy Plot
US Targets Iran's Petrochemical Industry
New York Times
The Obama administration on Friday escalated efforts to isolate Iran economically, blacklisting Iranian companies in the petrochemical industry for the first time and punishing five businesses in four other countries for conspiring to evade American ...
Iran Petrochemical Industry Targeted for US Sanctions
The U.S. announced sanctions today aimed at Iran's petrochemical industry, targeting the Persian Gulf nation's second-largest source of foreign revenue in an effort further isolate it from the international financial system. The Treasury Department ...
Iran's election: Echoes of Ahmadinejad and expectations of surprises
Iran has no credible voter polling to handicap the candidates, but there is a sense of momentum behind Jalili. He is clearly popular with the ruling clerics who hand-pick the ballot list and faced widespread accusations of vote rigging four years ago ...
US imposes sanctions on Iran's petrochemical industry
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States blacklisted on Friday eight companies in Iran's petrochemical industry, sending a warning to the Islamic Republic's global customers as Washington strives to cut off funds to the country's nuclear program.
West admits regional issues cannot be resolved without Iran help: Jalili
US targets Iran petrochemical industry
Brash Iran campaign stirs echoes of Ahmadinejad
'Iran strike won't lead to civilian disaster'
An Israeli nuclear expert has challenged claims by an Iranian-American philanthropist and industrialist, who argued last year that a military strike on Iran will lead to an environmental and humanitarian catastrophe. Ephraim Asculai, a senior research ...