Obama's Latest Test on Iran
One of the perverse effects of the Iran nuclear deal, which President Barack Obama hailed last year as a historic step toward peace, is that it could make the region more dangerous. That will certainly be the case if the U.S. does nothing to stop Iran ...
Wall Street Journal
Iran Shakes Up Leadership of State Oil Company
Wall Street Journal
Iran replaced the head of its state-oil company on Sunday amid tension within the government over how to handle the return of foreign investment after Western sanctions lifted in January. Ali Kardor, who as National Iranian Oil Co.'s investment chief ...
Iran News Round Up - June 13, 2016
Iran Appoints Ali Kardor As NIOC Chief
Iran Plans Foreign Oil Deals Within Months as Sanctions Ease
British mother, Nazanin Ratcliffe, back in 'solitary confinement' inside Iran prison
The British mother held prisoner in Iran is feared to have been returned to solitary confinement, dampening hopes of her early release. Nothing has been heard from Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was previously allowed almost daily phone calls with her ...
Why Is Iran Our Enemy?
Demonization of Iran runs wide and deep in our mainstream politics. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tell us that Iran is the world's chief sponsor of terrorism, aimed at taking over the whole Middle East, if not the world (this echoes the State ...
Human Rights Double Standard: Iran and Saudi Arabia
Ending Iranian Fundamentalism is possible with a coalition of middle eastern states according to political analyst
Amid Tensions Over Iran Deal, 9/11-Links, Powerful Saudi Prince Visits DC
Iran TV: Revolutionary Guards Killed 5 Kurdish Separatists
A firefight between Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guards and Kurdish militants in western Iran left five militants dead, Iran's state TV reported on Monday. The TV said the five were members of the Party of Free Life of Kurdistan, or PJAK, which is the ...
Iranian troops kill 5 PJAK terrorists in ambush
Armed clashes in Iran kill 10 militants, policeman
Iran Says Kurdish Rebels Killed
Iran condemns 'evil' massacre at Florida gay club
Tehran (AFP) - Iran on Monday condemned the mass killings at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida carried out by a shooter claiming allegiance to the Islamic State jihadist group as an "evil... terrorist attack". "The Islamic Republic of Iran, based on ...
Iran denounces Orlando terror attack, ignores gay venue
Iranian Resistance strongly condemns terrorist attack in Orlando, declares solidarity with survivors
Iran Plans Oil-Refinery Expansion to Cut Gasoline Imports
Iran, OPEC's third-largest oil producer, is boosting energy output after international sanctions curbing its access to oil markets were eased in January. Since then, Iran has restored oil production near to pre-sanctions levels and raised output of ...
This Contract Could Help Iran Win The OPEC Oil War
Even as Iranian sanctions were lifted in 2015/2016, the country remains behind in production growth from its largest OPEC competitors Saudi Arabia and Iraq. While Saudi Arabia and Iraq increased production from 2010 by 15 percent and 90 percent ...
Oil politics: Saudi and Iran take opposite position on OPEC oil output targets
Iran's oil output surpasses pre-sanctions level
Opec's Biggest Quota Threat Is Iraq, Not Iran
The Denver Channel
Man accused of smuggling American aircraft equipment to Iran arrested in Denver
The Denver Channel
In a 39-count federal indictment unsealed Monday, prosecutors allege Mansour Moghtaderi Zadeh smuggled aircraft parts and other supplies for use in the aviation industry from the United States to Iran from 2005 through 2007, defying the U.S. sanctions ...
After Nuclear Deal, Iran Pulls Quick Oil Production Rebound
Iran is on track to restore oil production and exports to pre-sanction levels, surprising many analysts. It's one of the areas where Iran has benefited from the nuclear deal it made with world powers. LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST: When the nuclear deal ...