Wall Street Journal- India
Preview: Iran election offers choice, but little change
Iran's uncompromising nuclear negotiator Saed Jalili is prominent among four hardliners competing for the post, while one of his predecessors, the more conciliatory Hassan Rohani, has been endorsed by reformists after moderate former president Akbar ...
US Hardens Tone Toward Iran as Election Nears
Iran pro-reform candidate Mohammad Reza Aref withdraws from election to ...
The Iran coverage conundrum
The National Interest Online (blog)
Iran emerging as victor in Syrian conflict
BEIRUT — As fighters with Lebanon's Hezbollah movement wage the battles that are helping Syria's regime survive, their chief sponsor, Iran, is emerging as the biggest victor in the wider regional struggle for influence that the Syrian conflict has become.
Iran Declares Victory
The inconsequential election of Iran could only spell further doom
Lebanon implores Iran to rein in Hezbollah
Iran Election: Reformers Gain Momentum in Final Days of Campaign
This was the news that left-leaning voters in Iran's presidential election, slated for June 14, had long been waiting for. Even as Aref took the podium to speak, the crowd erupted in a chant calling for Aref and fellow moderate Hassan Rowhani to form ...
In Iran, moderates see Hassan Rouhani as best alternative to conservatives
Only reformist candidate drops out of race to be Iran's president
Khatami, reformists back Rohani in Iran presidential vote
Voice of America
Will Iran's Election Bring Nuclear Talks Thaw?
Voice of America
“The Director for National Intelligence [James Clapper], the highest ranking intelligence officer in the U.S. government, has testified this year that Iran has not yet made a decision to build a bomb,” Walsh said. “Now, they want a capability — they ...
Economic troubles loom over Iran presidential election
Iran elections 2013: Does the president even matter?
Global Views of Iran Overwhelmingly Negative
Iran claims it has opened space tracking center
Iranian officials claim the space monitoring center — which is located near the town of Delijan, about 125 miles (200 kilometers) south of Tehran — will improve the nation's security and help it manage satellite activities, The Associated Press ...
This map of global public opinion toward Iran is bad news for Tehran
Iran imposes ban on walking dogs in public
Insight: Ahead of vote, 'kidnapped' Iran reformists imprisoned at home
Since then, with prices rising and unemployment surging because of international economic sanctions imposed over Iran's nuclear program, public discontent is arguably higher than ever but reformists among the leadership have been sidelined.
Iran's Jon Stewart Serves Up Illegal Political Satire
In the world of Iranian actor Kambiz Hosseini, almost everything about his country's presidential elections is side-splittingly funny. "Becoming the president of Iran is like making a James Bond movie," Hosseini said in a recent CBCRadio program.
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Japan ends Iraq's World Cup hopes; Iran wins
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- Japan ended Iraq's chances of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup by scoring late to win 1-0 in a match played in the neutral terriory of Qatar. Iraq enjoyed plenty of possession and created several chances in the opening half at ...
Iran prepares to choose a new president
As the presidential election nears, the candidate most associated with Iran's reform movement, former vice president Mohammad Reza Aref, drops out, narrowing the field to six. Supporters of Iranian presidential candidate Saeed Jalili, shown in the ...
Iranian reformists unite around moderate candidate
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran's presidential race lost one more candidate Tuesday but gained a new script: reformist leaders uniting behind relative moderate Hasan Rowhani to boost his once-improbable shot at victory. Former presidents Mohammad Khatami and ...