Hurriyet Daily News
No Iran report with new bomb research information: IAEA
JERUSALEM/VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Friday it had not prepared a report with new information about suspected atomic bomb research in Iran, after Israel urged it to go public with all information it has regarding such suspicions.
Iran advancing its nuclear program despite pact with West
Iran deal could encourage rather than limit nuclear activity
Hurt Iran's Hawks, Not Its People
The Daily Star
Iran's support for resistance nonnegotiable: official
The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Iranian official Alaeddine Boroujerdi said Friday his country's support for the resistance was nonnegotiable in the context of ongoing talks over Tehran's nuclear activities with the West. “The nuclear negotiations are purely over the nuclear ...
Iranian, British Ambassadors Discuss Regional Developments
Iran, UK Ambassadors to Beirut Discuss Regional Issues
Iranian Parliamentary Delegation Arrives in Beirut
A War of Words: Israel Responds to Iran
New York Times
In a Feb. 26 letter, an Iranian official described Iran as “the harbor of peace and stability in this tumultuous region.” This delusional characterization fits well with the Iranian regime's propaganda campaign. In Syria, the Iranian rulers are ...
Exclusive: UN nuclear agency opted against sensitive Iran report - sources
Such a report - to have been prepared last year - would almost certainly have angered Iran and complicated efforts to settle a decade-old dispute over its atomic aspirations, moves which accelerated after pragmatic President Hassan Rouhani took office ...
International Business Times
What's behind Iran and Iraq's 'boosted' military cooperation?
Based on a recent report by Reuters news agency, Tehran has signed a $195 million arms deal with the central Iraqi government. Accordingly, Iranian and Iraqi defense officials have signed eight agreements through which Iran will sell Baghdad arms ...
Zebari denies arms agreement with Iran
Middle East Mysteries Latest Installment: Is Iraq Buying Arms From Iran?
Will Iraq Break A UN Arms Embargo On Iran?
Iran likely to dominate discussions as pro-Israel lobby gathers at Washington ...
When President Obama hosts Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on Monday, a fundamental division will be on display: Obama is pushing for a nuclear deal with Iran on terms the Israeli leader has already rejected. Obama is ...
Partisan Infighting Hinders AIPAC's Iran Lobbying
After Iran sanctions debacle, AIPAC Conference looks to Netanyahu as consoler ...
AIPAC plans to pressure White House over Iran
Kerry: US must pursue Iran talks before considering going to war
Iran reached a landmark preliminary agreement with six world powers, including the United States, in November to halt its most sensitive nuclear operations, winning some relief from economic sanctions in return. U.S. President Barack Obama, like his ...
Film Business Could Have Positive Impact on Perception of Iran
Seeing Iran and the West engaging in back-and-forth diplomacy after years of sanctions and threats, John Marks, president of Washington-based NGO Search for Common Ground, long active in back-channel U.S.-Iran cultural diplomacy, believes that art can ...
The Guardian (blog)
Little change in Iran despite promise of 'transformation'
The Guardian (blog)
These words, uttered by President Hassan Rouhani in the midst of a publicity tour of Iran's provinces, sum up the political temperature inside the country after the centrist administration's first six months in office. Despite pivotal breakthroughs in ...
Iranian Official: 'We are Preparing to Liberate Jerusalem'
The Islamist Basij militia force in Tehran ran a special military exercise Thursday and Friday preparing for an Iranian takeover of Jerusalem. The exercise, entitled "March to Al-Maqdis (Jerusalem)," included training in the event of such a takeover ...
Iran: Basij starts massive Wargames in 6 provinces