US Ospreys and air tankers put Iran in Israel's reach
The aircraft could help solve Israel's inability to breach Iran's uranium enrichment facility buried under a granite mountain at Fordow. It might be impregnable to even the heaviest conventional bunker-busting munitions in the U.S. arsenal, Pollack said.
Ore. Jury Convicts Doctor of Breaking Iran Embargo
An Oregon jury has convicted a Texas urologist and his attorney wife of defrauding the government in a scheme prosecutors allege also violated a U.S. trade embargo with Iran. They couple still faces federal charges in Texas that they defrauded private ...
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Iranian official signals no early scaling back in nuclear work
ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - Iran will press ahead with its uranium enrichment program, its nuclear energy chief said on Friday, signaling no immediate change of course despite the victory of a relative moderate in the June 14 presidential election.
Christian Science Monitor
Iran, Shiites' protector - sometimes
Christian Science Monitor
But even though Iran has stepped up the rhetoric, it has done little else – evidence that the Islamic Republic's willingness and ability to intervene on behalf of embattled fellow Shiites depends more on strategic than religious calculations, analysts say.
Retired US General Is Focus of Inquiry Over Iran Leak
New York Times (blog)
WASHINGTON — The former second-ranking officer in the United States military, retired Gen. James E. Cartwright of the Marines, is a target of an investigation into the leak of classified information about American cyberattacks on Iran's nuclear ...
James Cartwright, retired Marine general, target of Iran leak investigation
Retired general target of Iran attack leak probe
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Iran detains Slovak hang-glider group: Slovak media
PRAGUE (Reuters) - A group of five or six Slovak hang-glider enthusiasts has been detained in Iran on suspicion of espionage, the Slovak news website www.sme.sk said on Friday. The Slovak foreign ministry said it knew of the case but refused to confirm ...
Slovaks Detained In Iran As 'Spies'
Iran arrests Slovak paragliders 'for alleged spying'
Sony Reports Tech Sales to Iran That May Violate Sanction
Sony Corp. (6758) sold almost $13 million in video and medical equipment to dealers in Dubai that resold the gear in Iran, the company said. The recipients included groups under U.S. sanctions. In a U.S. filing yesterday, Sony said it sold broadcast ...
Iran nuclear chief dashes hopes of resolution
Iran will continue enriching uranium, Tehran's nuclear energy chief confirmed Friday. According to a Reuters report, the head of the Islamic Republic's Atomic Energy Organization, Fereydoun Abbasi-Davani, said production of nuclear fuel would ...
Iran signals no scaling back in nuclear activity despite Rouhani win
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NBC: Ex-general targeted over leak of Iran cyberattack
The former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is being investigated for allegedly leaking details of a U.S. computer virus attack on Iran's nuclear program in 2010, NBC News reported Thursday evening. Retired Marine general James Cartwright, 63 ...
Iran v-ballers beat Italy 3-1 in World League match
“My guys fought throughout the match, from the first point to the last, without losing spirit even when [Ivan] Zaytsev kept on scoring points,” said Iran's coach Julio Velasco. “We were good at seizing the opportunity and that's precisely what I always ...
Iran's volleyball players beat Serbia 3-2 in 2013 FIVB World League