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  • Iraqi officials say Shiite militias can deploy in Sunni Anbar province

    IRBIL, Iraq The Iraqi government has agreed to a limited and as yet undefined deployment of Shiite Muslim militias in the primarily Sunni Muslim province of Anbar in a last-ditch effort to stabilize an area that's been primarily under the control of the...
  • UN is warned of 'active Iranian nuclear procurement network'

    Britain has told a U.N. panel of experts that it is aware of an "active Iranian nuclear procurement network" linked to two Iranian companies, raising new concerns as world powers began Thursday to work out the details of a possible comprehensive agreement...
  • Iran protests Saudi interception of Yemen-bound plane

    Iran's Foreign Ministry has summoned the top Saudi diplomat in Tehran over the kingdom's action this week that prevented an Iranian plane with humanitarian aid from landing in the Yemeni capital. Thursday's statement said Iran formally protested to the...
  • Investigate Iranian nuclear talks, Clinton Foundation

    Investigate Iranian nuclear talks, Clinton Foundation
    Recent events regarding the Iranian nuclear negotiations and the apparent questionable fundraising by the Clinton Foundation certainly require full disclosure and investigation. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz revealed on April 20 that the breakout time...
  • Saudi king recasts line of succession with eye on security

    Saudi Arabia's King Salman redrew the line of succession on Wednesday, appointing a counterterrorism czar as crown prince and placing his own defense minister son in line for the crown — a dramatic reshuffle that reflects the kingdom's mounting...
  • Iranian opposition leader: Tehran is force behind extremism

    A top Iranian opposition leader told a House subcommittee Wednesday that Iranians have dubbed their government the "godfather" of the Islamic State militant group. Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran,...
  • Saudi leadership shake-up signals bolder foreign policy

    Saudi leadership shake-up signals bolder foreign policy
    A significant shake-up in Saudi Arabia’s line of succession and its senior leadership signals the emergence of a younger generation that analysts say is likely to champion an assertive foreign policy for the kingdom and seek to curtail the influence...
  • Iran's foreign minister says nuke deadline not 'sacrosanct'

    Iran's foreign minister says his country and world powers will meet Thursday to start bringing together the elements of a draft on a comprehensive nuclear deal, with meetings starting Monday in Europe to finalize all its elements. Foreign Minister...
  • Saudi king names new heir, foreign minister in a sign of toughening regional stance

    ISLAMABAD Four months after ascending to the throne, Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Wednesday signaled a toughening of Saudi policy toward Iran, firing the man he appointed only in January to succeed him and dumping the official who had ruled the foreign...
  • Saudi-led airstrikes bomb Yemen's Shiite rebels in 6 cities

    Attempts to ease fighting in Yemen appeared to falter Thursday, as Shiite rebels pressed an offensive in the south and a Saudi Arabia-led coalition intensified its airstrikes less than two days after it said it was scaling back the campaign. All sides...
  • Nobel winner Shirin Ebadi to publish memoir with Random House

    Nobel winner Shirin Ebadi to publish memoir with Random House
    Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi will chronicle her post-prize life and fight for justice in a new memoir for Random House, the publisher announced Wednesday. Ebadi, who received the prize in 2003, was the first Muslim woman and remains the only...