Report: Iran, Sudan using US-made monitoring tools
Apparently skirting U.S. sanctions, Iran and Sudan are using Silicon Valley-made Internet-monitoring devices on government and commercial networks, The Washington Post reported Monday. It's not known exactly how the tools, from Blue Coat Systems in ...
Report: Web monitoring devices made by US firm Blue Coat detected in Iran ...
Iran denounces Egypt's military coup
Los Angeles Times
Iran has called for reinstatement of the democratically elected Morsi and said that elections, not “the streets,” should determine who is Egypt's leader — an indication that Tehran sees an Islamist government, however flawed, as its best hope for an ...
Iran says overthrow of Egypt president improper
Iran criticizes Egyptian army for meddling in politics
Iran and Russia denounce Mursi's ouster, warn of 'civil war' in Egypt
Iran Is Giving Citizens Government-Assigned Email Addresses
Live in Iran? Then you've got mail — in the inbox the government gave you. Iran will be assigning every citizen an official state email address, Reuters reported Monday. The government's communications minister said the new official mail.post.ir ...
Iran To Assign Emails Addresses To Citizens
Report: Iran opens national email service
Iran will provide state-run email addresses to all citizens
CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog)
UN nuclear agency and Iran may meet in August: diplomats
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. atomic agency and Iran may hold a new round of nuclear talks in August, diplomats said on Monday, in what would be their first meeting since last month's election of a relative moderate as the Islamic state's president. If ...
Iran War Weekly | July 8, 2013
Rouhani can take steps to improve Iran press freedom
It's time to hit reset on Iran: Engage Hassan Rouhani
Iran National Email Service Launches, State TV Reports
Iran has discussed for years having its own domestic email service as the government occasionally has blocked access to foreign email providers like Gmail and Yahoo. The country also has blocked and made illegal virtual private networks that allow ...
Voice of America
Evidence of Early Agriculture Found in Iran
Voice of America
Researchers from Germany's University of Tubingen led the excavations in the foothills of the Zagros Mountains in northern Iran from 2009 to 2010. What they found was evidence of early agriculture dating back to the end of the last Ice Age, about 12 ...
Iran's Incoming President And The New Middle East Cold War
Brookings Institution (blog)
The election of Hassan Rouhani as president of Iran has generated a boomlet of optimism, not only about the prospects for a deal on the nuclear question but also about the chances for a rapprochement between Iran and Saudi Arabia regarding the ...
Iran asks KSA to rescind immunity over diplomat's deadly crash
Iran's new president
What will Iran's new president do? His memoir offers some clues.
It's Time To Broaden The Iran Debate
While cautioning against too much optimism over the recent election of Hassan Rouhani as Iran's new president, we noted that “the fact that the most moderate choice prevailed in Iran's presidential election reveals that there is an important debate ...
Iran says Egyptian army interference is 'unacceptable'
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Monday called the Egyptian army's ousting of president Mohamed Mursi "unacceptable" and said Israel and the West did not want to see a powerful Egypt. The comments from Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Araqchi were more ...
Iran starts 5-day naval exercise in Caspian Sea
Iran routinely holds land and sea maneuvers, including in the strategic Strait of Hormuz, where ships carrying one fifth of the world's oil supply pass through. Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan all claim different portions of the ...
Iran Further Bolsters Caspian Naval Presence With Elite Forces
Iran's Navy conducting naval exercise in Caspian Sea
Iran stages naval drills in Caspian Sea