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  • Family of ex-US Marine held in Iran renews push for release

    Relatives of a former U.S. Marine held in an Iranian prison since 2011 say they're traveling to Vienna to press for his release as diplomats meet to discuss limits on Tehran's nuclear program. In a statement released Thursday, Amir Hekmati's family...
  • There's a lot to gain if the Iran talks succeed

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday, June 24: The long-running negotiations over Iran's nuclear program and the economic sanctions levied against it by major powers are nearing their end, set for June 30....
  • AP Exclusive: Iran would get nuclear help in proposed deal

    Western powers are offering Tehran high-tech reactors under a proposed nuclear agreement, a confidential document says, but a defiant speech by Iran's supreme leader less than a week before a negotiating deadline casts doubt on whether he's willing to...
  • Iran hardens stance on nuclear deal as deadline nears

    Iran has hardened its stance less than a week before the deadline for a nuclear deal, with its top leader rejecting a long-term freeze on nuclear research as a constitutional body on Wednesday approved a law banning access to military sites and...
  • Iran holds funerals for 8 men killed fighting IS in Syria

    Iranian state media say thousands of people have attended the funerals for eight Iranian volunteers killed in fighting against Islamic State extremists in Syria. Thursday's report by the official IRNA news agency says three of the volunteers were...
  • Kerry: US undeterred by Iran leader's nuke comments

    Nuclear negotiations between world powers and Iran will not be affected by recent comments from Iran's supreme leader who appeared to backtrack on key points of an emerging deal, Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday. Kerry, who will leave...
  • AP Interview: UN official urges Iran to ratify test ban pact

    The head of the UN's nuclear test ban treaty organization challenged Iran on Tuesday to ratify the treaty as quickly as possible to prove that it is serious about not wanting to develop atomic arms. Iran and six world powers are racing to meet a June...
  • Saunas and art therapy: Rehab for convicted Saudi extremists

    For most of his 20s, all Badr al-Enezi could think about was becoming a jihadi fighter. After getting in touch with former Guantanamo Bay prisoners who had returned to militancy, he began plotting how to take up arms. Instead, he was caught by Saudi...
  • Saudi cables suggest money links with media

    A financially troubled Lebanese TV network received a $2 million Saudi bailout in return for adopting a pro-Riyadh editorial policy. A news agency in Guinea got a $2,000 gift, while small publications across the Arab world received tens of thousands of...
  • Iraqis return to shattered Tikrit after Islamic State routed

    Abdel Mowgood Hassan climbs over toppled bricks and a torn-away front door to enter his uncle's house in Tikrit, the first of his relatives to make a cautious return home since Islamic State militants were driven out. "It's safe," Hassan calmly says....
  • Hillary clearly unqualified to become president

    Hillary clearly unqualified to become president
    There are no sure things in politics, but Hillary Clinton is the closest thing to a sure thing to become the Democrats' candidate for president in 2016. This is one of the painful but inescapable signs of our time. There is nothing in her history that...