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Posted 26/9/2008 @ 20:52:46 GMT
No New Sanctions in Next U.N. Iran Resolution
UNITED NATIONS -- Six world powers have agreed on a draft resolution on Iran's nuclear program but it included no new sanctions, in line with Russia's preference, senior U.S. and European officials said on Friday. more

Posted 26/9/2008 @ 20:39:21 GMT
IAEA Chief: Iran on Path to Build Atomic Weapon
BERLIN -- The head of the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog has warned that Iran is one of several countries on the path to possessing the ingredients for making a nuclear weapon, according to a German newspaper report Friday. more

Posted 26/9/2008 @ 9:41:42 GMT
Iran's New Elite - The Revolutionary Guards
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivered a speech of great ferocity to the UN General Assembly this week. That forum is no stranger to rhetoric directed against Israel, Zionism and the West, but the Iranian leader seemed determined to surpass himself on this occasion. more

Posted 26/9/2008 @ 9:34:34 GMT
Ahmadinejad Ducks Problems Inside Iran
While Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad basks in media attention during his annual visit to the United Nations, his countrymen are more worried about how they are going to pay their bills. more

Posted 26/9/2008 @ 9:19:14 GMT
ElBaradei: US Should Hold Direct Talks With Iran
BERLIN -- The U.S. should hold direct talks with Iran to settle the dispute over Tehran's nuclear program, the head of the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog said in an interview published Friday. In this matter, "it is not Europe who is in charge, but the United States," Mohamed ElBaradei, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told the German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung. more

Posted 25/9/2008 @ 16:44:40 GMT
A Wakeup Call on Iran's Nukes
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, just a few hours after President Bush. The contrast was palpable. Ahmadinejad expressed continued defiance of the UN Security Council and the International Atomic Energy Agency, insisting that Iran would continue and even accelerate its nuclear program. Bush, by contrast, has overseen nearly six years of failure trying to stop Iran from doing exactly that. more

Posted 25/9/2008 @ 11:41:28 GMT
Iran Keeps China in a Chokehold
Over the past few weeks, Iran has amplified its threats that, if attacked, it would immediately close the Strait of Hormuz, a strategic chokepoint nestled between the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf. more

Posted 24/9/2008 @ 22:49:33 GMT
A Reply to Ahmadinejad
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad used his speech at the United Nations General Assembly two days ago for a flagrant attack against Israel. Ahmadinejad prophesized that "the Zionist regime is on the path to collapse" and repeated the anti-Semitic claim that "a handful of Zionists controls the economic centers and political decision making" in the West. more

Posted 24/9/2008 @ 22:25:5 GMT
Moscow Quits Sanction Talks About Iran
Russia pulled out of talks on tighter sanctions against Iran despite warnings yesterday that Tehran was racing towards producing a nuclear bomb. The apparent failure of the diplomatic initiative leaves the West without a strategy to contain Iran's nuclear ambitions. more

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