Christian Science Monitor
House Weighs Iran Measure Amid Doubts on Timing
New York Times
Legislation that would impose the toughest sanctions to date on Iran over its disputed nuclear program has been scheduled for a vote in the House on Wednesday, four days before the inauguration of that country's newly elected president, a moderate ...
As Iran installs new leader, House could pass more sanctions. Right signal?
Iran seeks key position on UN disarmament committee
Team behind Iran's new president comes with Western accent
Asharq Alawsat English
Iran grants Syria $3.6-bln oil credit line: SANA
DAMASCUS (AFP) – Iran has agreed to supply Damascus with $3.6 billion in oil in exchange for the right to invest in the country, Syria's state news agency SANA said on Tuesday. "An agreement was signed (on Monday) in Tehran... by the Iranian and Syrian ...
Iran steps up energy, economic support to Syria
Iran extends oil credit line to Syria
Syria, Iran Sign Multi-Million Deal for Oil Purchase
The Unbelievable Challenges Facing Iran's New President
Now Iran's new president has to deliver. After the Aug. 4 inauguration, Rouhani faces a grueling test of the popularity he won at the polls against five other candidates. Iran's economy is toxic. Political divisions border on schisms. Regional allies ...
Revolutionary theory … Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, president of the Islamic ...
Yet, according to Michael Axworthy in his calm and literate portrait of the Islamic Republic, certain long-lived chickens are coming home to roost. A fissure within the constitution of 1979, between parliamentary democracy and ecclesiastical control ...
Iran: Ahmadinejad Granted License to Start University
New York Times
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran, whose tumultuous two-term tenure is in its final few days, will be moving to academia. The government's Islamic Republic News Agency announced Monday that Mr. Ahmadinejad had been granted a license to start ...
Iran sends aid shipment to Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
Roknabadi laid special emphasis on the right of the oppressed Palestinian nation to determine their own destiny and return to their homeland, adding that the Iranian nation and government will continue to firmly support the Palestinian cause until all ...
A Chance to Talk With Iran
Rouhani to appoint insiders for new Iran cabinet
The United Nations, the United States and the European Union have imposed repeated rounds of sanctions on Iran for failing to comply fully with UN resolutions over its nuclear program which Western states see as aimed at atomic weapons capability.
Iran strongly condemns terrorist attacks in Iraq
Iran has strongly condemned the deadly wave of terrorist attacks across Iraq, warning that they are aimed at fuelling sectarian strife in the Muslim world. Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Araqchi on Tuesday expressed deep concern over the ...
Iranian regime's terrorism in Egypt and Iraq revealed
Iran nominee seen as olive branch to United States
DUBAI/PARIS (Reuters) - If Iranian President-elect Hassan Rouhani wanted to signal his determination to rebuild relations with the United States and strike a "grand bargain," he could hardly do better than pick Mohammad Javad Zarif as his foreign minister.
Iran Channels Washington With Diplomatic Pick
Iran's incoming president appears set to appoint a top diplomat with deep experience in dealing with the United States, a move with possible ramifications in a relationship long defined by an entrenched dispute over the Middle Eastern nation's nuclear ...