Wall Street Journal
European Oil Companies Steal a March on US Peers in Iran
Wall Street Journal
TEHRAN—European oil companies are in fierce competition for the best oil and gas fields in Iran when Western sanctions are lifted, while U.S. energy firms watch from the sidelines. The contest has been evident this week at the first major oil-and-gas ...
Iran vows to reach pre-sanctions oil output
Iran Sees No OPEC Output Change as Country Seeks $70-$80 Oil
Iran pushes OPEC to curb production to raise prices
The US Prepares Iranian Sanctions Relief After Landmark Nuclear Deal
The U.S. has begun preparations to suspend nuclear-related sanctions on Iran as part of Washington's commitments to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action that was officially adopted on Sunday. However, punitive economic measures will not be lifted ...
Iran preparing for 'tsunami' of foreign tourists in post-sanctions era
Iran preparing for 'tsunami' of tourists
It's Official: The Iran Deal Started This Weekend
Iranian Lawmaker Accuses Washington Post Reporter, Jason Rezaian, of Sedition Plot
New York Times
In an interview with Iran's semiofficial Fars News Agency, the lawmaker, Javad Karimi-Qoddusi, also sought to depict Mr. Rezaian as a nefarious spy who had used his credentials as a journalist as a ruse to gain insights that would be valuable to the ...
Guest Editorial: Iran hostage crisis, Day 452
Sketchbook: As Post's Jason Rezaian gets verdict, Iran's contemptible pattern ...
Iran: Vacate Conviction of Washington Post Journalist
Iran starts to dismantle its nuclear infrastructure as part of agreement with West
It was “Adoption Day” — the day when Iran was scheduled to dramatically scale back its nuclear program. Iran now has to dismantle around 15,000 centrifuges, surrender or dilute much of its enriched nuclear fuel stocks and turn one of its nuclear ...
Obama Admin. Will HELP Iran Modernize A Nuclear Reactor
Iran nuclear deal hits milestone
A Windfall for Iran?
Iran backs Assad in battle for Aleppo with proxies, ground troops
BEIRUT — In a striking sign of Iran's growing regional influence, a major assault on Syria's most populous city is being coordinated by an Iranian military commander using Shiite forces from three countries to back President Bashar al-Assad's ...
Syria's battle for Aleppo backed by Iranian proxies and ground troops
Cory Booker and Democrats' New Legislation Admits Iran Deal Blunder
The Iran Policy Oversight Act of 2015 also authorizes additional aid to Israel, requires biennial reports on Iran's nuclear breakout time and its support of terrorism, and requires the appointment of a State Department official to monitor Iran's ...
Nuclear Deal Won't Lead to a Freer Iran
NJ's Booker joins nuclear deal opponents to pressure Iran
Top Iranian military commander Soleimani seen rallying Iranian officers ...
The 58-year-old Soleimani, who is forbidden under international sanctions from leaving Iran, has served since 1998 as commander of its Quds Force -- a special military division that oversees clandestine operations. Soleimani has previously been spotted ...
Iran says to boost military support for Syria
Iran ramps up troop deployment in Syria in run-up to 'anti-rebel offensive'
Latest from Iran
Could Iran be the top tourism destination of 2016?
Change is afoot in Iran, with the country currently preparing for a 'tsunami' of foreign tourists, the country's vice-president revealed yesterday. The news comes as Iran and world powers are to begin implementing a landmark nuclear deal that will lift ...
Juvenile hangings prompt UN's Ban Ki-moon to ask Iran to suspend executions
UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has called on Iran to impose a moratorium on executions after two juvenile offenders were hanged in the past two weeks. Ban said he was “deeply saddened” by the executions and recalled that Tehran had signed two ...
UN condemns Iran's execution of minors, notes 'worrying trend'
UN's Ban Ki-Moon Calls On Iran To Stop Executing Juveniles
UN chief urges Iran to halt executions
The Hill (blog)
Key Dem wants tighter sanctions on Iran after missile test
The Hill (blog)
Sen. Robert Menendez wants the Obama administration to bolster sanctions against Iran after it launched a ballistic missile test earlier this month. The New Jersey Democrat sent a letter Monday to Secretary of State John Kerry pressing the ...