Iran Makes the Rules
Wall Street Journal
"The people of Iran," he said, "cannot place trust in any security cooperation between their government and those who have imposed sanctions." That was a kick in the shins to U.S. diplomats who have made little secret of their desire to make common ...
Obama mulls deal with devil as Iran proposes nuclear pact
Iran-6 Power Talks Turn Into Mostly Iran-US Show
Nuclear Power Play? Iran signals interest in trade-off for ISIS help
Iran state TV accuses BBC of document theft from government archives
“The hostile network of the BBC – against the mores and regulations of media and international law – attempted to steal historical documents from formal archive centres through its local dependents,” the report read, citing a statement by Iran's ...
Iran Accuses BBC of Stealing Historic Documents From Government Archives
Iranian president gives qualified support for western action against Isis
He criticised western states for responding late to Iraq's call for help, claiming Iran had been the first to come to its defence and helped prevent Irbil and Baghdad falling to Isis. He also questioned the value of relying on aerial power alone. But ...
No breakthrough in Iran nuclear talks, sides agree to keep talking
Iran's Rouhani calls for renewed US-Iranian trust
Iran nuclear talks: Rouhani warns time running out
Analysis: Israel increasingly anxious over world's flexibility to nuclear Iran
As Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu departed to address the UN General Assembly in New York on Sunday, and to meet with US President Barack Obama, the fear in Israel was mounting with regard to the warming ties between Iran and the United States.
Netanyahu to Push Iran as Worse Threat Than Islamic State
Netanyahu to Push Iran as Bigger Threat Than Islamic State at UN
The Times of Israel
Iran reportedly unveils new land-based cruise missile
Iran claims to have developed its first “land-based cruise missile” with a range of 700 kilometers, a Revolutionary Guards commander told state media on Sunday. According to Fars News Agency, the new missile, “Ya Ali,” is said to be capable of being ...
Report: Iran Builds Surface-to-Surface Missile
Iran Nuclear Talks Make Little Headway
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK—A week of talks between Iran and six powers over Tehran's nuclear program made little headway in closing gaps on the most difficult issues, Western diplomats said Friday, though U.S. and Iranian envoys said a deal remained possible by the ...
Iran prays for rain amid acute water shortage
Los Angeles Times
The ritual chants of "Death to America!" have not gone away, but at Friday services across Iran worshipers sought divine intervention in a matter more climatological than ideological. The faithful prayed for rain, or at least were urged to do so. "For ...
ISIL no reason to cozy up to Iran
On Sept. 26, 2012, an American pastor named Saeed Abedini who was visiting family and fellow Christians in Tehran was dragged out of the private home he was staying in and hauled away to jail by Iranian Revolutionary Guards. Friday marked the second ...
Congress must vote on any Iran deal
Washington Post (blog)
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is optimistic about the midterm elections and this batch of GOP candidates. He tells me, “This class of Republicans are Ronald Reagan acolytes. They are the cavalry coming over the hill.” And when it comes to Iran, Graham ...
US considers softening demands on Iran nuke deal, report says
The United States is considering softening demands that Iran gut its uranium enrichment program, instead floating a new proposal that would allow Tehran to keep almost half of the program intact, diplomats say. The initiative, reported late Thursday by ...