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  • EU officials agree in principle on Iran oil embargo

     
    European Union agreement in principle on Iran oil embargo. European oil embargo would hit Iranian economy....
  • Leon Panetta warns Iran to keep Strait of Hormuz open

     
    Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned Iran on Sunday that any attempt to carry out its threat to choke off the world’s oil supply by closing the Strait of Hormuz would draw a quick U.S. military response....
  • Report: Iran has begun enriching uranium at new site

     
    Iran reportedly has begun enriching uranium at a new underground site, a leading Iranian newspaper reported Sunday, a move likely to ratchet up tension with the West over the country’s disputed nuclear program. The Fordo nuclear complex is said to...
  • Clinton assails Iran's nuclear enrichment program

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has condemned Iran’s decision to begin uranium enrichment at a covertly built underground bunker near Qom, Iran, saying it brought Tehran “a significant step closer” to gaining the ability to...
  • Doomsday Clock edges toward midnight: Hello? Anyone listening?

     
    Doomsday Clock: The symbolic Doomsday Clock has been moved one minute closer to global disaster. But does anyone care?...
  • Iran war talk: Can we stop playing Hitler whack-a-mole?

     
    Tehran may well be trying to develop nuclear weapons. But sanctions are taking a toll, and even if they don't work, Iran wouldn't be the first enemy of ours to get the bomb....
  • Japan supports U.S. sanctions, pledges to buy less Iranian oil

     
    Capping a diplomatic huddle in Tokyo with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, Japanese central government officials pledged Thursday to buy less Iranian oil in a nod to Washington's campaign to sanction Iran over its nuclear program....
  • Iran supreme leader says U.S., Israel spy agencies behind killing

     
    -Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has accused the CIA and the Israeli spy agency Mossad of orchestrating the killing of an Iranian nuclear scientist in Tehran earlier this week and vowed to punish those responsible for the slaying, Iranian...
  • U.S., Israel postpone military exercise amid tension with Iran

     
    The United States and Israel agreed to postpone a large joint military exercise this spring until late in the year to avoid aggravating an already tense regional situation driven by conflicts with Iran, Israeli media reported Sunday....
  • Iran undecided on nuclear warhead, Israeli report says

     
    Iran's regime is fighting for its survival amid unprecedented political and economic pressure caused by international sanctions and internal opposition. But even as the government moves to improve its nuclear capability, it has not yet made the final...
  • Hard times for Iran's black market currency dealers

     
    Business has dropped sharply for Tehran’s black market money dealers following an order from Iran’s Central Bank to clamp down on the underground network in an effort to stem a sharp slide in the nation's currency against the U.S. dollar....