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USA Today | Iranian authorities have detained a 55-year-old American woman on spying charges, a state-owned newspaper reported Thursday.

by USA Today

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Telegraph | At last, something interesting from WikiLeaks’ diplomatic bundles, courtesy of Drudge. The New York Daily News has picked up this tit-bit from the inner sanctum of the revolutionary regime in Tehran.

by Telegraph


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Time | The youngest son of the late Shah of Iran, Alireza Pahlavi, committed suicide in Boston on Tuesday, the latest tragedy to afflict the exiled Persian royal family.

by Time

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JTA | Iran has missiles that can reach Israel in 12 minutes, according to cables released by WikiLeaks.

by JTA


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BBC | Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have shot down two “Western spy drones” in the Gulf, a senior Iranian commander has been quoted as saying.

by BBC

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Press TV | Iran’s judiciary has warned the instigators of the 2009 post-election unrest in the country of a serious response, should they persist in carrying on with their seditious acts.

by Press TV


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UPI | Only 24 percent would use force to stop Iran’s unproven nuclear program.

by UPI

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AFP | The United States on Friday downplayed a newspaper report about US firms being allowed to do business with Iran and other blacklisted countries.

by AFP



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New York Times | TEHRAN — President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad dismissed the country’s long-time foreign minister on Monday.

by New York Times

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CNN | Iran now produces everything it needs for the nuclear fuel cycle, making its nuclear program self-sufficient, the head of the country’s Atomic Energy Organization told state media Sunday.

by CNN


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Spiegel Online | Iran has its own special take on the diplomatic cables recently published by WikiLeaks.

by Spiegel Online

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Guardian | Any involvement in the killings of civilian scientists would be career-endingly embarrassing for the CIA or MI6, the Mossad is known for such exploits.

by Guardian


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Wall Street Journal | Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki on Saturday dampened the possibility for a breakthrough in next week’s scheduled international talks over Tehran’s nuclear program.

by Wall Street Journal

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AFP | Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi accused the UN atomic watchdog on Saturday of including “spies” among the inspectors it sends to Iran to monitor the nation’s controversial nuclear programme.

by AFP


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Robert Dreyfuss | The crown prince had relayed the Emirates’ fear that “it was only a matter of time before Israel or the U.S. would strike Iranian nuclear facility targets.

by Robert Dreyfuss

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Reuters | Two car bomb blasts killed an Iranian nuclear scientist and wounded another in Tehran on Monday.

by Reuters