Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei: Missile program trumps talk
In a bold speech clearly aimed at Western negotiators and Iran's moderate political wing, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declared Wednesday his rogue nation would remain strong through its missile program -- not through talks with other countries.
Iran Will Continue Missile Program, Supreme Leader Says
Khamenei says missiles, not just talks, key to Iran's future
Iran's Khamenei: Missiles are part of the future
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Why Isn't Iran at the Nuclear Security Summit?
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As the final Nuclear Security Summit begins in Washington this week, a country whose nuclear program has come in from the cold—Iran—is missing from the guest list, raising questions as to whether it should have been invited. What the United States ...
Senate Foreign Relations chairman angry over UN inaction on Iran
Reuters reported Wednesday that U.N. Security Council diplomats don't think the case for sanctions is very strong because under the relevant U.N. resolution Iran is only “called upon” to not conduct ballistic missile tests that could deliver a nuclear ...
Danny Danon welcomes US and allies' call for 'appropriate response' to Iran missile test
Corker Says Lack Of UN Security Council Action On Iran Defies Assurances From Obama Administration
Iran's supreme leader pushes talks and missiles, not one or the other
Iran's Rouhani Scraps Austria Trip as Nations Differ on Reasons
The Vienna-based Die Presse newspaper said Iran had demanded that Austria prevent planned demonstrations over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program during Rouhani's visit. The request, last raised on Tuesday morning, was rejected by Austria, it said ...
Pakistan to buy more electricity from Iran
Iran's Rouhani calls off Austria visit at last minute, citing security
Iran officials defend Rouhani's Pakistan trip
Canada regrets cutting ties with Iran, wants to re-engage
“Canada's severing of ties with Iran had no positive consequences for anyone: not for Canadians, not for the people of Iran, not for Israel, and not for global security,” Stéphane Dion said on Tuesday while addressing an international conference at the ...
Severing Iran ties did nothing for us, new Canadian FM says
Severing relations with Iran was a bad idea says Canadian FM
Dion touts new foreign policy approach, vows to reengage with Iran
Why a New York Times Journalist Is Stunningly Sweet on Iran in the Paper's Food Secti ...
Touting Yazd's “honesty,” “Generosity” and “sweets,” the article studiously neglects any mention of the other, more sinister things the city is known for. These include: a uranium mine and a steel factory reportedly linked to Iran's illicit nuclear ...
Iran's new continent-spanning trains
THE 10,500km (6,500-mile) journey from Yiwu City in eastern China through Kazakhstan, Kyrghyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan was sluggish; but when the first Chinese train pulled into Tehran station after a 14-day haul, Iranian officials hailed a ...
EDITORIAL: North Korea, Iran share threat to the West
This photo provided by the Defense Department's Missile Defense Agency, taken Jan. 28, 2016, shows a long-range ground-based interceptor is launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. As North Korea rattles its nuclear saber and threatens to bomb ...
S. Korea, Iran officials to meet over economy and N. Korea
Iran, China and the Silk Road Train
Ferrying 32 containers of cargo, it left Yiwu in China's eastern Zhejiang province on January 2, snaking its way through Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan before entering Iran. It took the train 14 days to cover the roughly 10,399 km long journey to Tehran.
Iranian expats hard to woo as Western firms seek foothold in Iran
LONDON International firms are hunting for Western-educated Iranians to take on executive jobs in the Islamic Republic after the removal of most sanctions, but are finding it hard to win them over. Interviews with Western companies and headhunters as ...