New York Times
On Tour of Mideast, Kerry Says Iran Might Play Role in Syria Peace Talks
New York Times
Mr. Kerry said there would be limits on Iran's involvement unless it accepted that the purpose of the conference should be to work out arrangements for governing Syria if opponents of President Bashar al-Assad could persuade him to relinquish power.
Kerry: Iran could 'very easily' participate in this month's UN peace talks for ...
US: Iran can help in Geneva talks on Syria
Kerry says Iran could help on sidelines of Syrian peace talks
Kerry Says Iran Could Join Syrian Peace Talks
Wall Street Journal
ISTANBUL—Iran might become involved in the Syrian peace talks scheduled to be held in Geneva this month, Secretary of State John Kerry said, a possibility that members of the opposition in Syria's civil war have resisted. Mr. Kerry's comments on ...
Iran's Chabahar port transforms its position
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BERLIN – The interim nuclear deal reached between the major powers and the Islamic Republic on November 24 opened the investment floodgates for Western companies seeking to capitalize on a new business environment in Iran. Just in the first week of ...
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Syria rebels push al Qaeda back; US open to Iran role
As Syria's civil war gets ever more complex amid a broad regional confrontation between Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims, the United States raised the prospect of Assad's sponsor Iran, the Shi'ite power long at odds with Washington and its Sunni Arab allies, ...
US ex-Homeland Security official to advise UN on Iran dissidents in Iraq
The MEK, which the U.S. State Department removed from its list of terrorist organizations last year, wants Iran's clerical leaders overthrown and fought on the side of Saddam Hussein during the Iran-Iraq war in 1980s. Maryam Rajavi, president of the ...
Jane Holl Lute, Former Homeland Security Official, To Advise UN On Iran ...
Voice of America
Iran and Turkey officials discuss Syrian crisis in Istanbul
Syria was at the top of the agenda. The conference comes ahead of the Geneva II Summit peace talks on the situation. But Iran and Turkey have differing views on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime. Turkey's Davutoglu told said at the press ...
Turkey, Iran gear up to boost bilateral ties
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Iran ready to help Iraq fight al-Qaeda: Iranian cmdr.
Asked about some Iraqi media reports that Baghdad is seeking help from Iran and the US to assist its operations against al-Qaeda, Hejazi said on Sunday that no official request has been made on Iran in this regard. “Nothing has been discussed about a ...
Iran ready to help Iraq battle al-Qaida: Military chief
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Iran will regroup expert-level nuclear negotiators: Araqchi
A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says more experts will join the upcoming negotiations with six major world powers on the final step in the implementation of the Geneva deal. “[Iran's] team of experts will likely be regrouped for holding [expert ...
Negotiator: Iran to Boost Technical Capacity in Final Nuclear Talks
Bahrain accuses Iran of training rebels
Bahrain has accused Iran's Revolutionary Guards of providing opposition fighters with explosives training in order to carry out attacks in the Gulf kingdom, also announcing that it had arrested five suspects. Chief prosecutor Osama al-Oufi said the ...
Bahrain names Bahraini living in Iran as suspect in foiled attacks