New York Times
US-led coalition seeks to exclude Iran from fight against Islamic State
CAIRO — Two countries, Iran and Saudi Arabia, have long borders with Iraq, seat of a growing battle against Islamic State militants. Despite the huge stakes for both border countries, only Saudi Arabia is now welcome as part of a U.S.-driven coalition ...
Iran's Participation in Meeting to Aid Iraq Is 'Not Appropriate,' Says Kerry
Iran 'sending troops' to fight Islamic State in Iraq
John Kerry opposes Iran's inclusion in Iraq security talks
War on Islamic State: No chance without Iran
At the summit, the leaders of Iran, Russia, and China are no doubt discussing US President Barack Obama's speech on September 11 proposing air strikes on Syria as a way of uprooting the scourge of the Islamic State group. Russia and Syria have already ...
ISIS Fight Raises Fears That Efforts to Curb Iran Will Slip
Iran, the US helped ISIS become a monster
Iran says Paris anti-jihadist meeting just for show
Family of Briton Ghavami held in Iran appeal for release
The family of a British-Iranian woman being held in Iran after going to a men's volleyball match have appealed for her release. Ghoncheh Ghavami, 25, was detained after the match in June. Her family say they do not know if she is being held under any ...
Appeal For British-Iran Woman's Release
Iran jails British woman for trying to watch men's volleyball game
British Ghoncheh Ghavami jailed in Iran after trying to watch men's volleyball ...
The Daily Star
Iran says nuclear talks hit by disagreements
The Daily Star
TEHRAN: A top Iranian nuclear negotiator said Saturday that "disagreements over serious questions" persisted in the latest talks with the world powers on his country's atomic program. "After two rounds of negotiations with the European representatives ...
Iran says 'difficult road to go' to reach nuclear deal
Iran, Sextet split over key issues: Iran diplomat
How Obama inadvertently made an Israeli war with Iran all but inevitable
An intervention: Dennis Ross tries to end Obama's infatuation with appeasing Iran
Washington Post (blog)
Why else stiff the Green Revolution, “engage” Iran, enthusiastically embrace the Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt, try to rope in Qatar (a Hamas patron) and Turkey (another Iran ally) in truce talks on Gaza and ignore Iranian provocations while ...
Obama's Best Hope Against ISIS Was Just Killed, So Let's Make Friends with Iran
Paris Wants Iran to Help Crush Islamic Radicals
France is prepared to invite Iran to an international conference Monday aimed at coordinating actions to knock out the Islamic State extremists in Iraq — even though that runs counter to the U.S. refusal to deal with Tehran. The position reflects a ...
Iran volleyball team defeated by host Poland
Poland's Wlazly Mariusz was chosen as the best player of his team by gaining 28 points and Seyyed Mohammad Mousavi was named the most influential player of the Iranian side by grabbing 15 points. Iran blanked Argentina 3-0 (25–15, 25–23, 25–16) in its ...
Iran emerge champs, Lanka ends up fifth
Iran Can Go Really Far in Tournament, Julio Velasco Predicts
New York Times (blog)
In Iran, Mothers Dream of Missing Sons
New York Times (blog)
Fatemeh Behboudi grew up surrounded by grief. She was born in Tehran during the 1980-88 war between Iran and Iraq. As the bodies of missing soldiers were discovered years after the war, her family attended mass funerals in their honor. Later, she ...
Why Iran and the US should dispatch teachers to make peace
On Aug. 13, Iranian-born Maryam Mirzakhani became the first woman to win the Fields Medal, the highest prize in mathematics. President Hassan Rouhani of Iran tweeted a picture of Mirzakhani, both with and without the hijab, and reflected the widely ...
Iran leader's surgery: What the media coverage reveals
Iran Promotes 9/11 Conspiracy on Anniversary
Iran's president has not delivered on pledges of more freedom - UN
Iran wants UN atomic agency to condemn Israeli drone 'aggression'
The Iranian move comes ahead of a meeting next week of the 35-nation board of the International Atomic Energy Agency where Tehran likely faces Israeli and Western criticism for failing to address IAEA concerns about its suspected atomic bomb research.
US focus on ISIS raises Israel's fears about Iran
IAEA studying Iran letter on Israel drone incursion: Official
Iran Asks UN Agency to Condemn Alleged Drone Probe