Ayatollah's decree complicates Iran nuclear talks
When President Barack Obama first began negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran, he was encouraged by the existence of an obscure religious ruling from the country's supreme leader: In a fatwa, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declared that developing or using ...
Iran, West Say Deadline on Nuclear Talks Won't Block Deal
Mideast allies fear US will turn its back on them for Iran nuclear deal
Iran parliament votes to limit inspections vital to nuclear deal, with ...
Iran's Forces and U.S. Share a Base in Iraq
The U.S. military and Iranian-backed Shiite militias are getting closer and closer in Iraq, even sharing a base, while Iran uses those militias to expand its influence in Iraq and fight alongside the Bashar al-Assad regime in neighboring Syria. Two ...
US Forces Share a Base with Extremist Iran-Backed Shiite Militia in Iraq
Exposed: Iran's Super Strategy to Crush America in a War
US Sharing Iraqi Base with Iran-Backed Militias that Previously Killed ...
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Bishop defends Iran asylum deal
Sky News Australia
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says a new deal to return asylum seekers to Iran is justified because many are economic migrants. Ms Bishop on Monday confirmed reports that a senior delegation from Iran had met Australian officials last week to discuss ...
Julie Bishop's shift to Iran is dangerous for Australia
Govt right to strike deal with Iran: Ciobo
Iran, Australia seek asylum deal
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Purported Saudi Documents Published by WikiLeaks Show Tensions with Iran
Wall Street Journal
DUBAI—Saudi Arabia tried to stoke unrest in Iran and undermine its interests in the region, according to a trove of documents purportedly obtained from the kingdom's foreign ministry and published by WikiLeaks. The documents offer what would be a rare ...
Iran, intrigue and unpaid limo bills: leaked files offer insight into Saudi ...
What a Yemeni Missile Teaches Us About the Iran Deal
Besides adding the Saudis to the very short list of states that have intercepted a ballistic missile fired in anger, the episode holds several lessons about regional security concerns — and in particular, about Iran's ongoing missile development.
Iran buys 'most advanced' oil vessel
Iran has bought an acid treatment vessel used to improve oil and gas productivity, for which the country relied on major energy companies. “With this purchase, the Iranian oil and gas industry has been equipped with one of the world's most advanced oil ...
Oil Holds Losses in London as Iran Supply Seen Exacerbating Glut
Oil held losses after the first decline in four days as investors weighed the prospects of Iran increasing crude exports in an oversupplied market. Futures were little changed in London after falling 1.9 percent on Friday. Iranian lawmakers approved ...
Oil prices rise with focus on Greece, Iran
Oil prices fall as investors eye on Greece, Iran talks
Israeli officials: Iran and Russia in no rush to abandon Assad
Iran and Russia, the two countries that are helping Syrian President Bashar Assad, will continue to prop up his beleaguered regime. That's the most recent assessment by Israeli defense officials, despite the series of major military failures Assad has ...
Israeli security officials: Iran, Russia will continue to support Syria
Hotel groups eye Iran tourism potential
After the overthrow of the Shah of Iran, the Islamic republic severed contracts with the Hilton, Hyatt and Sheraton, and those hotels fell under state control. While they may still bear the five stars that allude to a more glamorous era, the service ...
Hadi al-Ameri on Shiite Militias Fighting ISIS: 'We Expect More' From US
NEAR RAMADI, Iraq — U.S. airstrikes targeting ISIS around Ramadi are proving "not very effective," according to the head of the Iran-backed militias surrounding the conquered Iraqi city. "We expect more from the Americans," Hadi al-Ameri told NBC News.