As diplomats, rebel leaders and other officials meet in Switzerland to try to find a way to end the war in Syria and instability continues to plague countries including Egypt, Libya, Lebanon, Iraq and Tunisia, people around the …
The United Nations formally withdrew the offer Monday after Iran refused to accept preconditions
The brutal assaults during the Iran-Iraq war killed tens of thousands — and increased Iran’s feeling of isolation
Tehran inks deal to halt production of “20%” enriched uranium
Amnesty International alarmed at reported spike in executions, mostly for alleged drug offenses
Momentum in Washington for a new round of sanctions imperils diplomacy between Iran and the U.S. And things won’t get any easier when the two sides resume talks over a nuclear deal.
Will start eliminating stockpile of enriched uranium and dismantling enrichment infrastructure
As talks resumed in Geneva, ambiguous language may allow Tehran to ready the next generation of centrifuges, shortening potential dash to a bomb.
Would help Tehran withstand Western sanctions
Filmmakers were using live explosives as movie props
Tehran snubs U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s suggestion that it participate from the ‘sidelines’
As country descends into worst violence since American withdrawal
In 2007, CIA contractor Robert Levinson met American exile Dawud Salahuddin on an Iranian resort island. Levinson was arrested and remains in Iranian detention. Salahuddin speaks out on the affair