Christian Science Monitor
Eyes on nuclear talks, Iran tempers support for Assad
Christian Science Monitor
As an American military strike looms over Syria, Iran is weighing its decades-long alliance with Syria against its own pledges to reengage with the US and the West over its nuclear program and other issues. Skip to next paragraph ...
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Tour Iran? Operators Hope So
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"'Chemical weapons' use in Syria, whoever has done it, is a criminal action and must be condemned. This is Iran's clear and absolute position," Iranian Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote on his Facebook page. However, Iran does not ...
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National Review Online (blog)
A regional conflict could result from an American intervention in Syria if Iran feels that it is in control in the Middle East, Charles Krauthammer said Friday night. Speaking on Special Report, Krauthammer warned that Iran historically parallels ...
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With the U.S. and allies actively considering military action against the Syrian regime for reportedly using chemical weapons, the U.S. cannot ignore the possibility that Syria, and its ally Iran, will strike back at the U.S. with cyber weapons ...
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