New York Times
Syria crisis: Iran treads fine line on conflict
"'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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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 ...
Iran's reaction to possible US attack on Syria shows signs of restraint
Assad Allies Iran, Russia Consider Syria Options
Iran to Work With Russia to Stop Strike on Syria
Syria Is Not Iran
National Review Online (blog)
Preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons is centrally important to our national interest. Upholding the international norm against chemical weapons use is not. Treating the two issues as functionally equivalent is a serious mistake. Yet this ...
Where's Obama on pastor jailed in Iran?
The American Center for Law and Justice is delighted that Secretary of State John Kerry is trying to persuade Iran to release imprisoned American pastor Saeed Abedini. But the non-profit constitutional advocacy group has questions for President Obama.
Latest on Syria: Obama backs intervention, Iran reacts, and more
The Globe and Mail
The United States is considering launching a punitive strike against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, blamed by the U.S. and the Syrian opposition for an alleged chemical weapons attack in a rebel-held suburb of the Syrian capital of ...
Can Syrian Chemical Weapons Issue Lead to US-Iran Opening?
Iran opposed to potential attack on Syria: UN envoy
Buchanan on why neocons support Syria strike: 'Syria is the backdoor to war ...
The Times of Israel
Iran's oil revenues drop 58 percent since 2011 as sanctions bite: US
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran's monthly revenues from oil sales have dropped 58 percent since just before the United States imposed harsher sanctions on the country in 2011 because of Tehran's disputed nuclear program, a senior U.S. official said.
Iran: Attack on Syria will set US, Israel ablaze
APNewsBreak: US: Iran Can't Access Much Oil Income
Iran's oil industry
Kerry presses Iran on Abedini, former Marine and missing ex-FBI agent
Secretary of State John Kerry called on Iran to "work cooperatively" to help return three Americans, including Pastor Saeed Abedini, whose eight-year prison sentence was upheld days ago, to their families. In his most extensive public comments to date ...
Under Pressure, Kerry Breaks Silence on US Minister Imprisoned in Iran
US Asks Iran to Free 3 Americans
US Secretary of State John Kerry Calls Upon Iran to Release Imprisoned ...
Oman sultan's Iran visit sparks hopes of progress in nuclear standoff
The first visit by a foreign leader to Iran since Hassan Rouhani assumed the presidency came earlier this week with the arrival of Oman's sultan, Qaboos bin Said Al Said. Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's new foreign minister, officially greeted Sultan ...
Iran's Plan To Sue US Over 1953 Coup A Nonstarter, Experts Say
A crowd of demonstrators tear down the Iran Party's sign from the front of the headquarters in Tehran on August 19, 1953, during the pre-Shah riot that swept through the capital and ousted Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh. Tweet. Follow @RFERL ...
Iran considers lawsuit against US over 1953 coup
Iran mulls suing US over 1953 coup
Iran's parliament approves bill to sue US over 1953 coup involvement