5 reasons why Iran wants a nuclear deal, and may fail
As Monday's deadline for a deal on Iran's nuclear program nears, here are five reasons Iran wants an agreement — and five barriers to an accord: Reasons Iran wants a deal: 1. Iran wants to lift sanctions. International sanctions aimed at stopping Iran ...
Iran talks show promise, but deadline unlikely
Britain says not optimistic about Iran nuclear deal by deadline
Kerry in Diplomatic Overdrive on Iran Nuclear Deal
British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran left without legal representation
Ghavami, a graduate of SOAS, University of London, has been detained in Iran since 20 June when she was arrested at Azadi (“freedom” in Farsi) stadium in Tehran, where Iran's national volleyball team was scheduled to play Italy. Although she was ...
Iran Files Charges Against Iranian-British Woman
Iran Links Jailed Iranian-British Woman To Opposition, Not Volleyball
Iran Judiciary rejects media propaganda on Qavami case
Iran Threatens to Flood Gaza With 'Millions' of Iranian Fighters
The head of Iran's Basij paramilitary force has claimed it is raising an army of "millions" to flood Gaza and Syria to support Tehran's allies. Fars, Iran's semi-official newspaper, reported that that Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi, Commander ...
Iran to resist 'excessive' demands in push for nuclear deal
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran said it would resist Western pressure to make what it considered to be excessive concessions in nuclear talks that started on Tuesday, highlighting obstacles that could prevent a historic deal being reached by a Nov. 24 deadline.
Iran Nuke Talks Open With the Potential to Change Everything
U.S. Makes Nuclear Deal With Two Devils: Iran and Russia
Iran will do a deal with the west – but only if there's no loss of dignity
Tehran 'friendly' spices up South Korea-Iran rivalry
Substitute Sardar Azmoun's late winner on Tuesday, when he appeared to impede Korean goalkeeper Kim Jin-hyeon after Javad Nekounam's free kick came back off both posts, maintained Iran's unbeaten record at home against the Koreans.
Iran edges past South Korea in friendly soccer match
After Iran beat South Korea, Queiroz praises players
Carlos Queiroz Praises Iran Football Team
Christian Science Monitor
An Ahmadinejad comeback? Why rumors are a warning shot for Iran's Rouhani.
Christian Science Monitor
Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks to supporters and receives letters requesting help outside his home at 'Square 72' in the working-class Narmak district of eastern Tehran, Iran, Nov. 15, 2014. Though his eight years as president ...
Betting on Iran
Negotiations with Iran are set to conclude on Nov. 24th. What are the odds they will end with Iran's rulers agreeing to verifiably dismantle their illicit nuclear weapons program? I'd wager 100 to one against that outcome – but I doubt I'd find a ...
House passes resolution to condemn Iran
The Hill (blog)
A 2014 U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom report found that Iran engaged in "systematic, ongoing and egregious violations of religious freedom," such as extended imprisonment and torture. In addition, the United Nations has found an ...
UN slams Iran, Syria over rights record
UN Committee Demands That Iran Stop Executions
U.N. Votes to Condemn Iranian Human Rights Abuses
India to pay Iran $400 mln frozen oil money this week - sources
NEW DELHI, Nov 19 (Reuters) - India will soon pay a third tranche of $400 million to Iran ahead of a Nov. 24 deadline to an interim deal with six world powers that allows Tehran to recover part of its overseas frozen oil revenues, industry sources said ...
New York Times
Public Grieving for Pop Singer Is Startling for Iran
New York Times
TEHRAN — Iranian authorities were caught off guard over the weekend when thousands of people joined spontaneous gatherings around the country to mourn and remember a pop singer who died late last week. The police were called out to deal with the ...
Pop idol's funeral draws biggest crowds in Iran since 2009 unrest
In Iran, thousands mourn pop singer Morteza Pashaei
Thousands Across Iran Mourn Death Of Popular Singer