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  • Don't extend nuke deadline with Iran: Their Take

    Don't extend nuke deadline with Iran: Their Take
    Iran: No extensions At the recent United Nations summit in New York, the U.S. and Iran agreed on two things: •The Islamic State is a menace to Iraq, Syria and the region. •Talks to halt Iran's rogue nuclear program have stalled;...
  • Amid differences, Israel's Netanyahu to seek reassurances from Obama on Iran

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu meet for a new round in their often-tense relationship on Wednesday, facing differences over Iran diplomacy and Middle East peace efforts as well as complications from the U.S.-...
  • Top Iranian Film Directors Launch Internet Campaign Pleading For Nuclear Deal

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - With the deadline looming for Tehran to reach a nuclear agreement with world powers, six top Iranian film directors have launched an Internet campaign with the tagline "there is no deal that is worse than no deal," marking...
  • Mission creep and the Islamic State

    Mission creep and the Islamic State
    Mission creep usually guarantees mission failure. What follows from changing the original goals of the mission is all too evident in the failed U.S. efforts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now the United States has fallen into that trap with the Islamic State....
  • Iran's president blames Islamic State rise on US invasion of Iraq

    NEW YORK Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday appeared to shut the door to Iran's participation in the U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State, blaming the U.S occupation of Iraq for the rise of the brutal al-Qaida spinoff and asserting...
  • A year later at U.N., Iran's president has much-tougher task

    The smile is still there, along with the optimistic patter, but Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is struggling with a much tougher task this week as he tries to duplicate last year's successful charm offensive at the United Nations General Assembly....
  • Anthony Bourdain, Roy Choi talk heroin, ramen at 'Street Food' launch

    Anthony Bourdain, Roy Choi talk heroin, ramen at 'Street Food' launch
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Traveler and professional eater Anthony Bourdain came to L.A. Tuesday to preview the fourth season of "Parts Unknown" and introduce CNN Digital's new show "Street Food with Roy Choi," on which he appears. Choi's Pot restaurant...
  • Iranian hardliners block Rouhani's promises of greater freedom

    BEIRUT (Reuters) - After a year in office, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has achieved a steady thaw in relations with the West but failed so far to deliver on campaign promises of more freedom at home. On some significant indicators - the number of...
  • Israel says Iran used Parchin military site for testing nuclear detonation technology

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Wednesday that Iran has used its Parchin military base as the site for secret tests of technology that could be used only for detonating a nuclear weapon. The Jewish state has been a severe critic of six big powers'...
  • Iran nuclear deal would boost cooperation, Rouhani says

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - If Iran and world powers reach a long-term nuclear deal that ends sanctions against Tehran, the agreement will open the door to deeper cooperation on regional peace and stability and the fight against terrorism, Iran's president...
  • Yemen frees members of Iran Revolutionary Guards: sources

    SANAA (Reuters) - Yemen freed at least three suspected Iranian Revolutionary Guard members on Thursday who had been held for months over alleged ties to a Shi'ite Muslim insurgent group that has seized control of much of the capital Sanaa, a senior...