Iran Rules out Cooperating With US in Iraq
Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran has serious doubts about the willingness and ability of the United States to react seriously to the "menace" from the Islamic State group "across the board" and not just pick and choose where to confront it as it has just ...
Iran 'must up IAEA co-operation to ease nuclear sanctions'
Iran increasingly sceptical about 'murky' US intentions in Isis campaign
Iran Says America Is 'Obsessed' with Sanctions as Nuclear Negotiations Begin
Iran's 'Happy' dancers sentenced to 91 lashes, jail
Iran's latest crackdown on freedom includes lashes and prison for seven young adults who posted a video of themselves dancing to the American pop hit "Happy" and a death sentence for a blogger accused of insulting Prophet Muhammad. The seven men ...
Iran sentences six youths dancing in 'Happy' video to six months in jail, 91 ...
Iranian youths who made video dancing to Pharrell's 'Happy' sentenced
Iranian 'Happy' Dancers Each Get 'Suspended Sentence' of Prison Time, 91 ...
Iran Says US Airstrikes Can't Beat the Islamic State
Iran's president and foreign minister said on Wednesday that America could not defeat Islamic State (IS) militants using only airstrikes, even as US President Barack Obama stressed that he would not deploy military personnel in combat roles. Iranian ...
Iran Warns Obama to Stay Out of Iraq
Iran Scorns 'Ridiculous' US-led Anti-ISIS Coalition
Iran is More Dangerous than ISIS
Iran nuclear negotiations go into extra time
Iran and six world powers are to resume negotiations on long-term solution to the Iranian nuclear issue in New York. However, it is looking increasingly unlikely that they will meet the November deadline for a deal. It looks like a football match where ...
New York Times (blog)
Iran and the 'Coalition of Repenters'
New York Times (blog)
No one has presented a more articulate case for Iran to Western audiences than the foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif. He and President Hassan Rouhani proved that last year when they attended their first United Nations General Assembly after Mr.
UN panel raps Iran over imprisonment of Christian pastor Saeed Abedini
A United Nations panel this week blasted Iran's continued imprisonment of American citizen Saeed Abedini, who is serving an eight-year prison term in the Islamic republic for practicing his faith. Abedini, 34, of Boise, Idaho, "has been deprived of his ...
US Pastor Remains Behind Bars In Iran Two Years After Being Jailed Because ...
Nuclear deal elusive as Iran, six powers resume talks in New York
The talks between Iran and the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China are re-starting after a two-month hiatus and amid Washington and Tehran ruling out cooperation on fighting Islamic State militants who have taken over swaths of ...
Iran won't join US in Islamic State fight
Iran rejects American request for cooperation against ISIS
Iran refuses to help 'self-serving' US fight ISIS
Iran adopts low profile on Scottish independence
Middle East Eye
As the future of the United Kingdom hangs in the balance, one country that could be expected to champion the cause of Scottish independence has remained surprisingly quiet on the issue. Unlike other major countries, the Islamic Republic of Iran has ...
Iran Foreign Minister: Any Deal With Iran Better Than Nothing
Robert Siegel talks with Steve Inskeep about the Morning Edition host's recent interview with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Zarif said Iran is "ready" to make a deal with the U.S. about its nuclear program, and that "any deal with Iran ...
Don't forget about Iran
Washington Post (blog)
In the case of another extension, Iran would continue its advanced research on centrifuges, low-grade enrichment (which can easily be increased), its ballistic missile program and slides into its status as a nuclear threshold state. The world loses ...