Russia says Nov. 24 deadline in doubt in Iran talks
MOSCOW (Reuters) - World powers and Iran may not be able to secure a deal on curbing Tehran's nuclear program before their Nov. 24 deadline, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Thursday. The six powers - Russia, ...
Obama's letter to Iran ups ante in delicate nuclear talks
Republicans seek to thwart deal
UN Nuclear Agency Corrects Data on Iran's Uranium Stockpile
McCain Helps a Business Partner of Iran
This connection with the Tehran government has drawn scrutiny from those concerned about the Iranian nuclear program. And it's put McCain—well-known as one of the most hawkish members of the GOP—in the unusual position of being at odds with some ...
Iran: Government 'approves Western music concert'
The Iranian authorities have granted rare approval to plans for a Western musician to perform in Tehran, it's reported. Renowned Greek pianist and composer Yanni, a naturalised US citizen, will put on shows in the capital and on the southern island of ...
Yanni live in Iran? Officials clear the way for concert, but don't seek ...
What Iran nuclear talks mean for the price of oil
For oil traders, a deal means the possibility of more Iranian crude coming to the market, meaning more supply of a commodity that's already trading at $79 a barrel, down 23 percent in the last three months. Naturally, the markets will anticipate prices ...
Lawmakers try, but fail, to force vote on Iran sanctions bill
Why Is the IAEA Getting Iran Wrong?
Iran responds to Barack Obama's letter about fight against ISIS and Tehran's ...
Russia Reaches Deal With Iran to Construct Nuclear Plants
New York Times
MOSCOW — Russia agreed on Tuesday to build two new nuclear power reactors in Iran, with a possibility of six more after that, in a deal that greatly expands nuclear cooperation between the two countries. The agreement shows that Russia is pressing ...
Russia to build Iran atomic reactors at Bushehr
Iran says centrifuge testing, but no violation of atom deal with powers
Russia steps up nuclear plans in Iran as talks near deadline
Stuxnet patient zero: Kaspesky Lab identifies worm's first victims in Iran
Nearly four years after the notorious worm Stuxnet wreaked havoc on Iranian nuclear centrifuges, Kaspersky Lab has identified patient zero for the world's “first cyber weapon.” After analyzing more than 2,000 Stuxnet files collected over a two-year ...
Stuxnet worm entered Iran's nuclear facilities through hacked suppliers
Stuxnet worm infected high-profile targets before hitting Iran nukes
'No way!': Pentagon trashes Iranian replica of US drone
An Iranian replica of a US spy drone, seized by Iran in 2011, is inferior to the US version, which was initially captured by Iran, according to the Pentagon. Iran released a video of their similar design earlier this week. “There is no way it matches ...
Iran just released video of a stealth drone — but is it real?
Iran Claims Video Shows Reverse-Engineered US Drone Can Fly
Iran claims replica US stealth drone airborne
Special Report: The fighters of Iraq who answer to Iran
Alongside Asaib Ahl al-Haq, there are the Badr Brigades, formed in the 1980s during the Iran-Iraq War, and the younger and more secretive Kataib Hezbollah. The three militias have been instrumental in battling Islamic State (IS), the extremist movement ...
Iran Helped Crush Syria's Revolution -- And It's Repeating Its Strategy In Iraq
Reuters: Iran Behind Iraq's Shiite Militias
Iran trip underlines Maliki's continuing role
'Rosewater,' Directed by Jon Stewart
New York Times
This fictional movie tells the story of the real Maziar Bahari, an Iranian-born journalist living in London who was arrested in Iran while covering the 2009 elections for Newsweek. Accused of being an agent for foreign intelligence organizations, he ...
'Rosewater' tells the story of Journalist imprisoned in Iran
Parts of Jon Stewart's new movie 'Rosewater' actually filmed in Iran
'Rosewater' Journalist Maziar Bahari: 'I Think People Can Have Monopoly Over ...
Ghoncheh Ghavami jailed after attending volleyball match in Iran could face ...
The British-Iranian woman jailed in Tehran for taking part in a peaceful protest outside a volleyball match is now said to be facing charges of spying that carry a potential six-year sentence. Ghoncheh Ghavami, from Shepherds Bush, London, has already ...
British Woman Jailed by Iran for Watching Volleyball Match Now Facing Spying ...
Briton jailed by Iran over volleyball 'suffering in solitary'
British woman jailed in Iran for watching men's volleyball facing years behind ...