Obama Wants An Iran Deal. He Also Doesn't Want To Be Blamed For Failure To ...
WASHINGTON -- As international talks with Iran over its nuclear program enter the eleventh -- and twelfth and thirteenth -- hour, the Obama administration is refusing to heed calls to leave the negotiating table, for two reasons. One is substantive ...
If the Iran talks fail, we won't just revert to the status quo. It'll be worse.
New Tensions Emerge in Iran Nuclear Talks
Keep It Quiet: Aide Tells Shouting Kerry and Iran Minister
US Air Force Primed and Ready to Attack Iran's Nuclear Sites
U.S. and Iranian negotiators have been scrambling in Vienna to concoct an accord that will stay Tehran's nuclear ambitions for at least a decade. Meanwhile, the Pentagon has spent the same amount of time plotting how to derail such an effort if it can ...
Iran's Hard-Liners Sharpen Attacks on US as Nuclear Talks Continue
Obama said to put odds of an Iran deal at 'less than 50-50'
President Barack Obama pegged the chances of a nuclear agreement with Iran at “less than 50-50,” even as he worked to reassure Senate Democrats that he won't accept a bad deal, according to a U.S. senator who attended a gathering at the White House.
On Iran Deal, Schumer Is the Man in the Middle
Obama Presses Senate Democrats to Withhold Judgment on Iran
Obama: Chances of Iran deal lower than 50-50
Washington Free Beacon
Iran 'Shouts Hatred' for Israel, Backs Palestinian Terror
Washington Free Beacon
VIENNA—Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urged the entire country to “shout its hatred for the Zionists” and back Palestinian efforts to seize territory from Israel, according to comments made Wednesday in celebration of Quds Day, which marks the last ...
Iran's 'Death to Israel Day' Coincides with Nuke Deal Deadline
Iranian Diplomat: Israel Benefits From ISIS Terrorism In Middle East
2016 Candidate Promises To Wage War In Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq
“I don't mind Iran or any other nation having a nuclear power program for peaceful reasons,” he said. But if the current negotiations produce a deal that doesn't include the ability for the U.S. to inspect Iran's nuclear reactors “anytime, anywhere ...
Graham talks Iran, ISIS in first foreign policy speech as 2016 candidate
Would Lindsey Graham Back an Invasion of Iran?
Lindsey Graham: Obama Will Never Strike a Satisfactory Iran Nuclear Talks Deal
Iran ex-president says lifting sanctions would be a 'giant step' after US ...
Agreement on lifting the sanctions imposed on Iran over its nuclear programme would be a “giant step” forward after decades of hostility by the United States, according to Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the Islamic republic's former president and ...
Iran becoming a responsible international player - the mother of all mirages
The U.S., Israel and "Anti-Semitic" Iran. Part 2: Khamenei, anti-Semitism, and ...
Syria ratifies fresh $1 billion credit line from Iran
The agreement was between two state-owned banks, the Syrian Commercial Bank and Export Development Bank of Iran, it said. Syria signed a previous $3.6 billion credit line with Iran in July 2013 which has been used up mostly for oil imports, bankers ...
Syria accepts $1 billion in credit from Iran
Before asking the West to give up “old habits,” Iran's regime should give up ...
Assad Ratifies $1 Billion Credit Line from Iran
Voice of America
Oil prices are poised to fall further as Iran talks continue
It's just a matter of time before sanctions on Iran are lifted. And when they are lifted, oil is likely to tumble further as the Persian Gulf country boosts production and battles swing-producer Saudi Arabia for market share. Crude-oil for August ...
Saudi Arabia Casts Wary Eye on Iran Deal
Mutual mistrust makes Obama-Netanyahu clash on Iran even riskier
Mutual mistrust makes Obama-Netanyahu clash on Iran even riskier. Any nuclear deal would have created friction, but with duos such as Sharon/Bush or Rabin/Clinton at the helm, the fallout could be contained. By Chemi Shalev | Jul. 8, 2015 | 1:00 AM | 4 ...
Wall Street Journal
Iran's Legions of Weary Young People Push Against the Old Ways
Wall Street Journal
HAMEDAN, Iran—During a spirited concert by the band Rastak, the Islamic Republic's hard-line religious conservatives faced a challenge that is increasingly common in Iran: three young women cheering too enthusiastically. As the friends, dressed in ...