Iran Giving Food Away to Millions for Relief
New York Times
TEHRAN — The Iranian government has started handing out food packages for millions of its citizens both to help those with low income and to try to lower inflation on food, local news media reported on Monday. Across the capital, Tehran, and in the ...
Rouhani's food distribution plan sparks uproar in Iran
Long lines for subsidized food stir controversy in Iran
Iran's inflation rate down 0.9%, hits 38.4%: Central Bank
Christian Science Monitor
French Business Delegation in Landmark Iran Visit
A large French business delegation arrived in Iran on Monday hoping to revive economic ties amid the easing of Western sanctions following a landmark agreement over Tehran's disputed nuclear program. The group of more than 100 potential investors is ...
Iran foreign minister: nuclear deal possible in six months
Kerry tells Iran that existing sanctions will stay in place as nuclear ...
Kerry and Iran Minister Confer on Nuclear Issue
Iran snow cuts power to nearly 500000 homes
Heavy snow in northern Iran has left around 480,000 homes without power and some towns and villages cut off. An official in Mazandaran province, on the Caspian Sea, said the winter storms were the worst in 50 years, with two metres of snow falling in ...
Heaviest snowstorm in 50 years blankets northern Iran
Winter cold cuts power to Iran homes, industry
Obama may trust Iran but America should not
President Obama's proposal in Geneva to the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council allowing Iran to enrich some uranium violates previous U.N. resolutions demanding the Islamic Republic stop “all” uranium enrichment activity. To avoid ...
Washington Post (blog)
Hillary Clinton joins Rand Paul on Iran
Washington Post (blog)
[Sanctions] could rob us of the diplomatic high ground we worked so hard to reach, break the united international front we constructed, and in the long run, weaken pressure on Iran by opening the door for other countries to chart a different course ...
Iran says nuclear talks failure would be 'disaster'
MUNICH (Reuters) - Iran's foreign minister held rare private talks with his U.S. counterpart on Sunday and said it would be a "disaster" if Tehran did not turn a provisional agreement to defuse a decade-old dispute over its nuclear program into a ...
UPDATE 2-Iran welcomes French business chiefs after sanctions eased
DUBAI/ANKARA, Feb 3 (Reuters) - Iran welcomed the most senior French trade delegation in years on Monday, telling more than 100 executives that the far-sighted among them stood to win the race for business following an easing of some economic ...
The Star Online
UN nuclear agency may press Iran on rare isotope in probe
It also signaled his determination to get to the bottom of suspicions that Iran may have worked on designing a nuclear warhead, even as world powers and Tehran pursue broader diplomacy to settle a decade-old dispute over its atomic aims. The silvery ...
IAEA chief wants Iran to clarify use of polonium material
Iran Blanketed In Heaviest Snow In 50 Years
Iran has experienced its heaviest snow in 50 years, while British soldiers serving in Afghanistan have seen their first proper flurries of the white stuff in Camp Bastion. About 500,000 people are trapped in their villages in northern Iran, many ...
Snow in Afghanistan and Iran
Iran welcomes French business chiefs after sanctions eased
"A new chapter has begun in relations between Iran and Europe," Mohammad Nahavandi an, President Hassan Rouhani's chief of staff, was quoted as saying by the official IRNA news agency. "You should carry the message back that potential for ...