Iranian Candidates Quarrel Over Nuclear Talks
Iran's eight presidential candidates quarreled about talks with world powers over the country's disputed nuclear program Friday as they held their final televised debate ahead of next week's election. Iran's president does not have control of central ...
Iran poll rivals clash over foreign policy
Hassan Rowhani: lone cleric injects life into the race for Iran's presidency
Iran not UN nuclear watchdog's only headache, report shows
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Hezbollah in the fight in Syria to win, backed by Iran
BEIRUT — At the very end of a small street in the Shiite suburbs of Beirut, Abou Ali, a Hezbollah fighter, talks of why he is fighting fellow Muslims in Syria. The Syrians who have rebelled against President Bashar Assad are "Takfiris," he said, Sunni ...
Sabra: No peace until Iran, Hezbollah leave Syria
US threatens Iran, Hezbollah for backing Syria
Iran outmaneuvers US in the Syrian proxy war
Iran's presidential election You never know
THE last time Iran had a presidential vote, millions took to the streets calling foul when the incumbent, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, was declared the winner. Four years on, the Islamic Republic has not yet fully recovered from the ensuing political heart-attack.
Rouhani: The man to revive Iran's reformist movement?
(CNN) -- He is still a long-shot to win -- but centrist candidate Hassan Rouhani has suddenly injected fresh intrigue in Iran's upcoming presidential elections. Early on, critics of the Islamic Republic had described the race as a sure-fire victory for ...
Presidential hopefuls clash on Iranian nuclear policy
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's hardline nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili, a strong contender in next week's presidential election, came under fire from rival candidates in a televised debate on Friday over the lack of progress in intermittent talks with world ...
Wall Street Journal- India
Iran on our back porch: Column
The 502-page report pins the blame for the attack -- which killed 85 and wounded hundreds more in what experts call Latin America's 9/11 -- squarely on the Islamic Republic of Iran. In doing so, it provides a timely reminder that Iran's radical regime ...
Iran, Hezbollah mine Latin America for revenue, recruits, analysts say
Uncovering Iran's Latin Networks
Iran Scoffs at Argentina's Terror Charges
New York Daily News
Iran set to ban dogs from public places or being driven around in cars
New York Daily News
Iran is no place to be a pup. The pariah state is set to ban pet pooches from being walked in public or driven around in cars. Iranian lawmakers have proposed a bill that would outlaw keeping dogs in private apartments or exercising ...
Iran Bans Public Dog-Walking and Threatens Owners With Arrest
Dog lovers face backlash as Iran challenges pet
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Iran in numbers: How cost of living has soared under sanctions
In July 2012, the EU banned the import, purchase and transport of Iranian crude oil, which until then accounted for about 20% of Iran's oil exports. The sanctions cut Iran's oil exports to their lowest level since 1986 - during the Iran-Iraq war - and ...
Jalili: West may take advantage if Iran becomes soft
DUBAI - Iran's presidential election candidates clashed over foreign policy in their last televised debate on Friday, with a hardline frontrunner saying a moderate contender had undermined the country through past subservience to Western powers. The ...
Iran's Presidential Candidates Courting Female Vote
Voice of America
In recent weeks - this video showing former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani during his last campaign - has gone viral on Iran's social media sites. In it, a young woman criticizes the societal status of Iran's women. The video shows Rafsanjani with ...
Iran leader's election bid: Taming the presidency
Iran cartoonists on tightrope during poll campaign
Trying too Hard with Iran