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Middle East|Iran Accuses US of Meddling as Tensions Grow
New York Times
Tensions between Iran and the United States, never far from the surface, showed signs of worsening on Wednesday, with the Iranians threatening to block a vital Persian Gulf access route and protesting what they called the American “meddling approach ...
Iran threatens to block US access to vital waterway
Iran threatens to close strategic strait to US
L. TODD WOOD: Iran threatens to block Strait of Hormuz
Don't blame our sanctions, US tells nervous Iran investors
The United States and Europe lifted sanctions in January under a deal with Tehran to limit its nuclear program, but U.S. sanctions unrelated to the nuclear issue remain, banning dollar transactions with Iran and making it harder for companies to access ...
Group slams Europe-Iran economic confab in Zurich
Chevrolet, the 'Heartbeat of America,' not coming to Iran
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Chevrolet, the U.S. car brand once advertised as the "Heartbeat of America," won't be rolling new models through the streets of Iran anytime soon despite the recent lifting of sanctions under a nuclear deal with world powers.
Iran Bans American Cars After Critical Speech By Khamenei
Resurgent Iran prospects lift Siemens results
FRANKFURT May 4 Siemens revised upwards its valuation of its backlog of orders from Iran on Wednesday, citing resurgent business prospects in the country following the easing of international sanctions. The German industrial group, present in Iran ...
UPDATE 1-Austria's OMV signs MoU to revive activities in Iran
Iranian, German companies ink MoUs on gas, oil
Siemens engines to propel Iran's oil industry
Illinois lawmakers urge Boeing not to sell aircraft to Iran
The Seattle Times
WASHINGTON — Three Republican congressmen from Illinois are urging the chief executive of Chicago-based Boeing to avoid doing business with Iran and to not sell aircraft to upgrade its fleet. The lawmakers told Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg in a letter ...
Should the government stop Boeing from selling planes to Iran?
Iran tries to end its isolation but so much stands in the way
The run-off in Iran's parliamentary elections seems to have given Hassan Rouhani, the centrist president, a workable parliamentary majority if his followers combine with reformists and independent conservatives against Islamist hardliners. The outcome ...
Despite Election Gains, Fragile Nuclear Deal a Test for Iran's Leaders
Experts: More Women in Iran's parliament signals shift in society
S. Korea offers 25 billion USD investment package to Iran
Iran Is Offering Citizenship to Families of Migrants Who Died Fighting Iran's Battles
On Monday, the Islamic Republic News Agency—Iran's official press outlet—reported that the nation's parliament had passed a law allowing the state to grant citizenship to the children, parents, and wives of foreigners killed while fighting for Iran.
Iran Tour Strengthens South Korea's Middle Power Grab
One only needs to stroll amid Seoul's skyscrapers on Teheran Boulevard to understand Iran's influence on South Korea's economic development. The East Asian country's industrial revolution in the 1970s depended strongly on ties in the Middle East with ...
Seoul Seeks Iran's Help on North Korea Sanctions
The Globe and Mail
Time is right for Canada to re-engage with Iran, UN expert says
The Globe and Mail
Ahmed Shaheed, UN special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, made the comments to a Senate committee Wednesday. His appearance before the committee comes as the Liberal government looks to re-engage with Iran, after a period of ...
Iran Accountability Week: Find out why Iran is a threat to Canadians
English language classes set to become next battleground in Iran
During a May 2 speech to Iranian teachers, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned about the designs of an "international hegemonic system" led by the United States, Israel and other hostile countries. He said this system has designs to ...
Iranian Hezbollah Threatens Former Iranian Presidents