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Posted 13/6/2008 @ 12:8:29 GMT
Iran's Influence Waning, Bush Says
President Bush said Thursday that Iran is losing influence in Iraq as Iraq develops into a "functioning democracy." more

Bush, Sarkozy Criticize Iran, Syria
US President George W. Bush and French President Nicolas Sarkozy each directed one-two punches against Iran and Syria on Saturday, telling Teheran to stop enriching uranium and scolding Damascus for backing terrorism that destabilizes the Mideast. Bush, standing with the French president at a news conference in Paris, said he was disappointed that Iranian leaders on Saturday had rejected "out of hand" a package of incentives that a group of nations, including the US and France, offered to Iran as long as it halted its uranium enrichment program

Iran Rules Out Halting Sensitive Nuclear Work
TEHRAN -- Iran rejected on Saturday any suspension of its nuclear enrichment program, after the EU's top diplomat handed Tehran a world powers' offer of economic benefits to try and persuade it to stop such work.

Solana Starts Meeting with Iranian FM
TEHRAN -- European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana started meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki on Saturday morning to hand over an updated package of incentives by the five veto powers plus Germany (5+1).

Posted 13/6/2008 @ 12:10:58 GMT
White House Official Defends Russia Nuclear Deal
WASHINGTON -- A Bush administration official sought to convince skeptical lawmakers Thursday that a U.S.-Russian agreement on civilian nuclear power would not undermine efforts to rein in Iran's nuclear program. But he encountered serious opposition centered partly on suspicion of Russia and its technology dealings with Iran. more

'A bunch of turbaned thieves": So a member of the Iranian General Audit Office described leading Islamic Republic figures in a speech two weeks ago. On Wednesday, that official, Abbas Palizdar, was arrested by the secret police, ostensibly on orders from "Supreme Guide" Ali Khamenei. Speaking at a university in Hamadan, west of Tehran, on May 27, and later on June 3, Palizdar claimed that "a mafia-style group of mullahs" is "plundering the country and sending the proceeds to foreign banks." He also said that the same "mafia" had assassinated two prominent officials who had stood in its way.

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Bush Talks Tough Says Strike on Iran is Possible
MESEBERG, Germany -- President Bush yesterday raised, unprompted, the possibility of a military strike in response to Tehran's presumed nuclear-weapons ambitions, speaking bullishly on Iran even as he admitted having been unwise to do so previously about Iraq.

Case Builds for Military Strike on Iran
JERUSALEM -- Six months ago, after American intelligence agencies declared that Iran had shelved its nuclear-weapons program, the chances of a U.S. or Israeli military strike on the Islamic Republic before President Bush left office seemed remote.

How Iran Has Bush Over a Barrel
If wasn't clear before it should be now: the Bush administration can't afford to attack Iran. With gas already at 4 dollars a gallon and rising almost every day, Iran figuratively and literally has the United States over a barrel. As much as the administration is tempted, it is not about to test Iran's promise to "explode" the Middle East if it is attacked. more

Posted 12/6/2008 @ 22:27:0 GMT
Rome Denies Involvement with Iran Coup Plot
Italy’s centre-right government has rejected allegations contained in a US Senate report that Italian and Pentagon officials held secret meetings in Rome in 2001 and heard proposals from Iranian dissidents to overthrow the regime in Tehran. more

Posted 12/6/2008 @ 23:7:37 GMT
Washington's Choice: Subdue Iran, Secure Iraq
The United States is facing key military and political decisions over a bitter current adversary, Iran, and an adversary-turned-ally, Iraq. Their outcome will have major consequences for the short- and medium-term future both of the middle east and the US homeland. more

Posted 13/6/2008 @ 12:3:17 GMT
'If You Want to Help Iran, Don't Attack'
The Iranian human rights lawyer Shirin Ebadi talks to David Batty about the regime's abuse of its population - and how the west needs to abandon the threat of war if it wants to win over Iran's people and bring change. more

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