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  • UMass Amherst, Iranian students spar over admissions, sanctions

    UMass Amherst, Iranian students spar over admissions, sanctions
    The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has decided to no longer admit Iranian nationals to graduate programs in key science-related fields, a move that has angered Iranian studentsĀ and injected the university into the diplomatic whirl of how to...
  • Iran spokeswoman says it concerned by cybersecurity report

    Iran is concerned by a Russian cybersecurity firm's report suggesting a new family of malicious programs and worms is infecting computers there and elsewhere in the world, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Wednesday. Without naming the United States as...
  • Political stakes high for Iran's president in nuclear talks

    Throughout the long negotiations over the fate of Iran's nuclear program, President Hassan Rouhani has withstood scathing criticism from hard-liners at home by sticking to his case that a deal with his country's longtime enemies will bring peace and...
  • Good or bad Iran nuke deal? Israel vs. the US administration

    The U.S. and Iran are inching toward a nuclear deal that's not as good as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants — but not as bad as he says it is shaping up to be. Israel says any pact short of totally dismantling Iranian programs with...
  • Iran negotiator told to control temper in talks with Kerry

    Iran's foreign minister has been told by the country's supreme leader to control his temper during nuclear talks with Western diplomats, Iranian media reported Saturday. Mohammad Javad Zarif admitted that he has often raised his voice during meetings...
  • Speech stunt backfires on Boehner

    The following editorial appeared in The News & Observer on Sunday, Feb. 15: Considering the disrespect the Republican-run Congress has shown the current president of the United States, there's no creditability to claims that inviting Israeli Prime...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EST

    Analysis: With NATO expansion at heart of Ukraine crisis, Russia determined to stop it The Cold War didn't end. It just took on a 24-year pause. The East-West showdown over Ukraine makes that clear. As the non-Russian republics broke free in the...
  • Ex-Israeli leader Shimon Peres, 91, thinks he'll see peace in his lifetime

    Ex-Israeli leader Shimon Peres, 91, thinks he'll see peace in his lifetime
    These are uneasy times in Israel. Tension between Israelis and Palestinians has escalated since the collapse of American-brokered peace talks last year. Thousands of foreign fighters, some of them reportedly Israeli Arabs, have poured into neighboring...
  • Boehner says Obama military force proposal needs toughening

    Congressional Republicans vowed Thursday to toughen President Barack Obama's day-old legislation to authorize military force against Islamic State fighters, and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi warned, "It's going to be hard" to find common ground....
  • Israelis wonder whether Netanyahu is risking too much in Obama tussle

    Israelis wonder whether Netanyahu is risking too much in Obama tussle
    Has Bibi gone too far this time? That's the question a lot of Israelis are asking. Even in a country where chutzpah is not necessarily viewed as a political liability, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's escalating tussle with the Obama administration...
  • Ire over Netanyahu's speech, but Democrats hope to limit fallout

    Ire over Netanyahu's speech, but Democrats hope to limit fallout
    The Israeli prime minister's upcoming speech to Congress without President Barack Obama's blessing has angered Democratic lawmakers, but they see little remedy except to hope for minimal damage to their party and U.S.-Israel relations. Democrats simmered...