Amid push for Iran nuclear deal, 2 sides maneuver to shift any blame
Los Angeles Times
Six world powers and Iran began a three-week push Wednesday to complete a deal aimed at stopping Tehran from building a nuclear bomb, but they also started positioning themselves to deflect blame if negotiations collapse. With the talks in Vienna ...
Iran says it will not 'kneel' as nuclear talks enter crunch time
Iran's YouTube Message to Obama: Don't Bully Us
Iranian nuclear deal still is possible, but time is running out
Contractor Denied Release in Iran Documents Case
A former defense contractor engineer poses too much of a flight risk to release from prison while he awaits trial on charges that he tried to ship sensitive military documents to Iran, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. Magistrate Judge William Garfinkel ...
'Iranian attack jets deployed' to help Iraq fight Isis
Iran has supplied Iraq with attack jets to help it counter an offensive by Sunni rebels led by the Islamist group Isis, strong evidence suggests. Russia supplied an initial delivery of the aircraft just a few days ago. But analysts at the International ...
Now America is fighting alongside IRAN to defeat ISIS: Evidence emerges that ...
Iraq's new jets likely from Iran: experts
IISS Report: Iraq's Latest Su-25s Come From Iran
Oil Risk Flares in Iran Nuclear Talks Amid Unrest in Iraq
Negotiators from the U.S., Russia, China, Germany, France and the U.K. return to talks with Iranian officials in Vienna today to discuss a deal that would lift sanctions on energy, banking, shipping and other areas of trade in return for Iran ensuring ...
Business Already Anticipating End to Iranian Sanctions
Iran's water crisis the product of decades of bad planning
TEHRAN — Iran is headed for a water shortage of epic proportions, and little is being done to reverse a decades-long trend that has reduced the country's water supply to crisis levels. Changes in the global climate, a century of rampant development ...
Iran's next crisis: A water shortage
Wall Street Journal
Oil, Auto Companies Make Plans to Invest in Iran if Sanctions Ease
Wall Street Journal
TEHRAN—A year ago, the president of Iran's chamber of commerce could go more than a month without hosting a foreign business delegation, due to their fears of violating economic sanctions. These days, Gholam Hossein Shafei greets trade missions from ...
Slate Magazine (blog)
The great TV robbery: Iran rips off Modern Family, minus Cam and Mitchell
Sydney Morning Herald
The Iranian comedy series Haft Sang has a familiar premise but it is notably missing one element: gay couple Mitchell Pritchett and Cameron Tucker are not in the Iranian version of the comedy. Cam and Mitchell have been erased scene-by-scene and ...
Iran's Modern Family Rip-Off Is Not So Modern
What Modern Family looks like in Iran
Watch Iran's pretty impressive frame-for-frame ripoff of Modern Family
Holding the line on Iran sanctions
Washington Post (blog)
We are less than three weeks from the deadline for a final nuclear deal between the P5+1. It is not encouraging when the secretary of state writes a vapid op-ed pleading with Iran to “choose wisely.” A more effective tactic, one unfortunately no longer ...
Iran won't accept 'last-minute demands' in nuke talks
Negotiators face a July 20 deadline for reaching a final deal that would prevent Iran from gaining nuclear weapons and lift sanctions on the country. Talks are set to resume in Vienna on Wednesday between Iran and six world powers — the U.S., Great ...
Iran nuclear talks resume amid scepticism over deadline
Negotiators from six world powers and Iran on Wednesday began a final two-week long push to secure a deal on Tehran's nuclear ambitions with few expecting a last-minute breakthrough. Since February, diplomats have attended increasingly frequent ...