Iran, 6 powers move closer to nuke talks deal
FILE - In this Nov. 23, 2014 file photo, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, right, pose for a photograph prior to a bilateral meeting of the closed-door nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria. Diplomats say ...
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Iran 2015: Strategic, geopolitical and economic priorities
The good news from the perspective of the Iranian leaders will be an increase in exports and imports, particularly with Russia, China and some European countries thanks to the extension of the nuclear talks. The shift to use national currencies in ...
Iran's hypocrisy in condemning US racism Iran's supreme leader ...
Iran in Iraq and Syria
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Iran: We thwarted Mossad attempt to assassinate nuclear scientist
Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards Corps thwarted a Mossad assassination attempt against one of its nuclear scientists, a senior Iranian security official said on Saturday. “In the last two years, the Zionist enemy was trying hard to assassinate an ...
Iran claims to save nuclear engineer from Israeli assassination
Iran claims it foiled Israeli hit on nuke scientist
'Iran foiled Israel terror hit bid'
Iran facing drug abuse crisis with record numbers of educated women becoming ...
Iran is facing a female drug-abuse crisis as the number of young, well-off and well-educated women using substances continues to rise. At least six million of Iran's 77.7 million population have drug related problems, according to official reports. And ...
Iran-Iraq Deal Challenges US Fight Against ISIS Militants
Iran and Iraq have signed an agreement for Iran to train, advise and assist Iraqi forces similar to the deal Washington has with Baghdad in the fight against ISIS. "We assume Iran's increased support for the Iraqi armed forces as a strategic necessity ...
Iran News Round Up - January 2, 2015
50 Shades of Iran: The Mullahs Kinky Fantasies about Sex in the West
I thought back to that moment in the school office when I read statements recently by Mehdi Bayati, the cleric who directs Iran's Strategic Center for Chastity and Modesty. Back when I was in middle school, both my religion teacher and that school ...
Iran and US tentatively agree on formula to reduce nuclear programme
The diplomats said differences still dominate ahead of the next round of Iran six-power talks on 15 January in Geneva. But they suggested that even agreement to create a to-do list would have been difficult previously because of wide gaps between the ...
Irans Becoming a Footloose Nation as Dance Lessons Spread
Over the last few years a dance class craze has swept the middle-class and wealthier neighborhoods of Iran's cities, with young Iranians eagerly signing up to learn the samba, salsa, rumba, tango and other passionate dances that fire the imagination ...
The Australian (blog)
Iran has footballing spirit money can't buy
The Australian (blog)
Australia and Iran after the Socceroos lost a place in the 1998 World Cup when the visitors from Tehran scored two late goals? Not exactly. Ill-feeling and bruising from cricket's Bodyline series in the 1930s hardly compares to a million casualties ...
Difficult Asian Cup task for Iran, former coach Jalal Talebi predicts
Iran to Play Iraq in Friendly in Sydney
High-ranked Iran overdue Asian Cup success
US calls for release of Americans in Iran, denies swap deal
Robert Levinson, a private detective and ex-FBI agent, disappeared during a trip to an Iranian island in 2007. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said last December there were no traces of Levinson in Iran and he was not being imprisoned there.
Iran denies report that U.S. offered prisoner swap
US denies proposing swap with Iran for former Marine
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