New York Times
Iran's President Says West's 'Blunders' Aided Rise of Islamic State
New York Times
UNITED NATIONS — President Hassan Rouhani of Iran delivered a searing indictment of Western and Arab states on Thursday in his annual speech to the United Nations, blaming them for sowing the seeds of extremism in the Middle East with “strategic ...
Rouhani ties Iran cooperation on Mideast violence to nuke deal
Hundreds Protest Iran President Outside UN Complex
Iran Begs to Be Allowed in From the Cold
ISIS as a common enemy not enough to make US, Iran allies, say critics
The U.S. effort to stem Islamic State's reign of terror in Syria and Iraq has America and one of its most bitter enemies - Iran - in the same camp, which some experts warn could be a recipe for disaster. By some estimates, Iran and its proxies are ...
Iran General Helped Iraq's Kurds Battle IS Group
A top Iranian general and 70 of his forces were on the ground in Iraq this summer, helping Kurdish fighters defend the regional capital Irbil against Islamic State militants, a senior commander from Iran's Revolutionary Guard said Wednesday.
Obama's Isis coalition was built at Iran's expense, and Rouhani knows it
Rouhani might have done well to acknowledge Iran's support for terror, but Obama ought to take stock of America's lopsided alignment to Sunnis amid rising sectarianism. Photograph: Timothy A Clary / AFP / Getty (Rouhani); Adrees Latif / Reuters (Obama).
Family of Briton Ghavami held in Iran appeal for release
It is nearly three months since a British-Iranian woman was jailed in Tehran for watching a men's volleyball match. Ghoncheh Ghavami, 25 and from Shepherd's Bush, west London, believed that the rule banning female spectators had been overturned.
Iran Blames Western Influences for Rise of Islamic State
Iran President Hassan Rouhani blamed the rise of the Islamic State group and other militants on "certain intelligence agencies" but also said the solution to stopping them must come from the Middle East region itself. "The extremists of the world have ...
Iran blames 'errors' of outsiders for rise of Islamic State
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Iran President Hassan Rouhani blamed the rise of the Islamic State group and other militants on "certain intelligence agencies", saying the solution to stopping them must come from the Middle East region itself and not the West.
Cameron Meets Rouhani as Iran Ties Thaw
Relations between Iran and Britain reached a nadir in 2011 after a mob attacked the British embassy and a British residential compound in Tehran, tearing down the U.K. flag and Queen Elizabeth II's picture, breaking windows and rifling through documents.
Iran nuclear talks hit snag as other interests converge
Corrections & Clarifications: An earlier version of this article misstated which publication interviewed Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. The interview was with "The National Interest." Iran appears to have taken a tougher stance in its nuclear ...
Concern over US concessions as Iran seeks to leverage ISIS issue in nuke talks
France's Fabius Warns Against Mixing Islamic State Fight With Iran Nuclear Talks
Exclusive: Iran seeks give and take on Islamic State militants, nuclear program
US gave advance warning to Iran that it would bomb ISIS in Syria
'Iran was concerned about Assad's position and his government being weakened in case of any action against IS (Islamic State) in Syria and brought this issue up in meetings with Americans,' the senior Iranian official said, speaking on condition of ...
US reportedly informed Iran in advance of Syria airstrikes
Iran leader: US getting ISIS fight all wrong
Demand that Russia and Iran Pressure Assad to Step Down