‘Nuclear assassinations disgrace IAEA’
The assassination of Iranian scientists has disgraced the UN nuclear agency as the body has provided Western intelligence agencies with confidential information on Iran’s nuclear experts, a political analyst tells Press TV.
Anti-US chants as slain Iran nuclear expert buried
Thousands of mourners chanted “Death to Israel” and “Death to America” on Friday during the funeral of a slain nuclear expert whom Iranian officials accuse the two nations of killing in a bomb blast this week as part of a secret operation to stop Iran’s nuclear program.
Iran: The Neocons Are At It Again
The same neocons who persuaded George W. Bush and crew to, in Ron Paul’s inimitable words, “lie their way into invading Iraq” in 2003, are beating the drums of war more loudly these days to attack Iran. It is remarkable how many of these war-mongers are former draft dodgers who wanted other Americans to fight the war in Vietnam.
Iran and the Terrorism game
In the few venues which yesterday denounced as “Terrorism” the ongoing assassinations of Iranian scientists, there was intense backlash against the invocation of that term. That always happens whenever “Terrorism” is applied to acts likely undertaken by Israel, the U.S. or its allies…
Russia warns EU over Iran oil sanctions
A senior Russian official warns the European Union not to join US oil sanctions against Iran because the measure will have adverse economic consequences for the bloc’s member states.
Unemployment and Rising Prices: The Face of Iran Sanctions
Sanctions Harm Private Industry, Leave Populace Seeking Government Aid
Use of force tops agenda on Iran
How close is the west getting to all-out conflict with Iran? As 2012 gets under way, the question is right at the top of the international security agenda.
No proof of nuclear bomb development by Iran – Patrushev
Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev has said that Western countries have no evidence that Tehran is trying to create a nuclear weapon.
Oprah: No Huge Endorsement Event For Obama This Time
Oprah Winfrey tells CNN she still supports President Obama, however she will not do a large endorsement event like she did during the 2008 campaign cycle.
Moore Warns Obama: “There Are Enough Pissed Off People That Will Go Somewhere Else”
Michael Moore comes out swinging at President Obama at a Tavis Smiley forum on poverty in America.
Bahrain protests: Police use tear gas to break up march
Security police have used tear gas and stun grenades to break up an anti-government march in Bahrain’s capital, Manama.
Taliban set terms as US pushes for talks
Group says it will step up “political efforts” but not give up armed struggle as US prepares way for Afghan peace talks.
Russia Says NATO, Persian Gulf Nations Plan to Seek No-Fly Zone for Syria
Russia received information that members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and some Persian Gulf countries are preparing military intervention in Syria, the head of the Russian Security Council said.
Yemen’s rival forces given two-day deadline to demilitarize
A Yemeni committee of security and military agencies has given rival forces two days to remove military barricades and gunmen from the capital Sana’a as part of an effort to re-establish security in the country, reported state news agency SABA Thursday.
Syria: Camera crew captures attack that killed French journalist
Syrian TV has released footage of the attack captured by a camera crew in which French journalist Gilles Jacquier was amongst at least eight people killed in the Syrian city of Homs.
Supreme Court upholds ban on Palestinians living with Israeli spouses
A legal challenge to a law that bans Palestinians from living in Israel with spouses who are Israeli citizens was rejected by a panel of Supreme Court justices yesterday.