US and Iran Both Attack ISIS, but Try Not to Look Like Allies
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Iranian fighter jets struck extremist targets in Iraq recently, Iranian and American officials have confirmed, in the latest display of Tehran's new willingness to conduct military operations openly on foreign battlefields rather than ...
US believes Iran launched air raids on Islamic State in Iraq
Why would Iran bomb Islamic State in Iraq?
U.S.: Iran launches airstrikes against IS in Iraq
Khamenei Opposes Iran's Hardliners on Nuclear Negotiations
The popular perception in the West is that Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, leads Tehran's hardliners against the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, particularly when it comes to the negotiations between Iran and the P5+ 1 group ...
2 Killed in Bombing by Home of Iran's Yemen Envoy
A car bomb planted by al-Qaida militants exploded Wednesday near the home of Iran's ambassador to Yemen, killing two people amid a Shiite power grab in the impoverished Arab country believed to be supported by the Islamic Republic. Iran's ambassador ...
Car bomb kills three outside Iran envoy's residence in Yemen
Yemen car bomb targets Iran ambassador
Yemen bombing targeting Iranian ambassador kills two
Iran denies bombing ISIL targets in Iraq
Iran has denied it conducted air strikes against ISIL targets in eastern Iraq, after Al Jazeera ran footage of what appeared to be an F-4 fighter jet, similar to those used by the Iranian air force. Speaking on condition of anonymity, an Iranian ...
Iran jets bomb Islamic State targets in Iraq - Pentagon
Iran has conducted air strikes against Islamic State (IS) in eastern Iraq in recent days, a Pentagon spokesman says. Rear Adm John Kirby said the US, which has conducted its own air strikes in Iraq, was not co-ordinating with Iran. Without confirming ...
Report Says Cyberattacks Originated Inside Iran
New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — Iranian hackers were identified in a report released Tuesday as the source of coordinated attacks against more than 50 targets in 16 countries, many of them corporate and government entities that manage critical energy, transportation ...
Iran hackers targeted airlines, energy firms: report
Report: Iran hacking key US, global firms
Critical networks in US, 15 other nations, completely owned, possibly by Iran
How to Avoid a Bad Deal With Iran
An agreement that leaves Iran's breakout capacity where it stands today -- several months from a bomb -- is a bad deal. It would keep Iran far too close to having nuclear weapons, making it extremely difficult to stop Tehran if it decided to weaponize ...
Iran's air force bombs Isis in Iraq, says Pentagon
Rear Admiral John Kirby, the Pentagon spokesman, insisted that the US has not coordinated military activities with Iran. He said the US continued to fly its own missions over Iraq and that it was up to the Iraqi government to avoid conflicts in its own ...
UN watchdog seeks $5.7 million to monitor extended Iran nuclear deal
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) - which has inspectors on the ground every day of the week - is tasked with checking that Iran meets its commitments under the accord. In a confidential note to member states ahead of an extraordinary IAEA ...
IAEA needs millions more for Iran monitoring
Iran Accuses Top Nuclear Watchdog Of Forging Documents On Al...
Ingenuity keeps Iran's Vietnam-war-era planes flying in fight against Isis
It is a tribute to Iranian ingenuity that Iran has been able to keep the planes flying, given US sanctions in place since 1979. The Iranians have done so by a combination of smuggling – using shadow companies to buy parts – and cannibalising parts from ...