Connect to share and comment

World powers to hold fresh talks with Iran over nuclear program

The EU’s acceptance, which follows the expansion of sanctions by Europe and the US to pressure Tehran to hold back on its nuclear program, paves the way for talks between Iran and the US, the UK, France, Russia, China and Germany to begin next month.

Iran: Amir Mirzaei Hekmati death sentence overturned, retrial ordered

Iran's Supreme Court found fault with the original verdict and has overturned Hekmati's death sentence, authorities announced today.

Iran to accept payment for oil in gold

Sanction-hit Iran will accept gold instead of dollars from its trading partners as payment for oil, central bank Governor Mahmoud Bahmani said Wednesday.

Iran: Nuclear weapons "a great sin"

Iran's foreign minister echoed Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's words from last week, calling the possession and use of nuclear weapons "a great sin."

Israel and US to meet amid rising tension over Iran

JERUSALEM — For Israel and the US, apprehension is mounting over what the other may be prepared to accept from Iran’s leadership.

'The Artist', 'A Separation', other international films and filmmakers take home Oscars

LOS ANGELES — France isn't the only country "going crazy" tonight, as host Billy Crystal joked: the international community made a strong showing at this year's Oscars, as at least eight categories were won by actors, musicians and filmmakers from outside the United States.  France, Italy, Canada, Pakistan and Iran all had representatives holding gold statues by the end of Sunday evening's 84th annual Academy Awards, including five awards for "The Artist," which won best picture and directing for French director Michel Hazanavicius.

'A Separation' wins an Oscar for best foreign language film (VIDEO)

"A Separation" won the Oscar for best foreign language film Sunday night, becoming the first Iranian movie to win the honor.

Christopher Tappin, retired British businessman, extradited to US for arms dealing trial

"I look to [David] Cameron to look after my rights, and he has failed to do so," Tappin said, according to the Guardian.

Iran is rapidly expanding its nuclear program, IAEA report finds

Iran's nuclear program is expanding rapidly, as the country has increased its production of higher-grade enriched uranium over the past few months, a confidential report has found.

Confidential IAEA report states 'serious concerns' about Iran's nuclear power

IAEA inspectors' recent visit was 'unproductive,' with Iran denying access to the key Parchin military site.
Syndicate content