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Iran issues ultimatum to India over gas field


Iran has given a one-month ultimatum to an Indian consortium over the development of a gas field whose delay by India has been attributed to western pressure, the semi-official Fars news agency report

Bart Simpson joins Barbie in Iran ban list


The Simpsons are corroding the morals of Iranian youth, an official said on Monday, as dolls based on Bart, Homer and the rest of the American cartoon family joined the shapely Barbie among Western to

Iran mass producing anti-ship cruise missile: TV

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Iran has begun mass production of an anti-ship cruise missile, state television's website said on Saturday.

The Zafar missile, as it is dubbed in the report, "is a short-range, anti-ship cruise missi

Iranian porn website developer sentenced to death

Iran's state media say the Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence against a web developer convicted of spreading corruption.

The semiofficial Fars news agency says blogger Saeed Malekpour was fou

Iran may ban import of all European goods

Iran may ban imports of all products from Europe as an answer to the European Union (EU) which has voted against oil imports from Tehran.

Nasser Sudani, deputy chairman of the parliamentary committee

Iran says 11 pilgrims kidnapped in Syria

Eleven Iranian pilgrims have been kidnapped in unrest-swept Syria, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, calling on Damascus to help secure their release.

"According to our information, 11 Iranian p

Iran fighter crash kills both crew: report

An Iranian US-manufactured F-14 fighter jet crashed early on Thursday minutes after takeoff killing both crew, the Fars news agency reported.

"The pilot and the co-pilot of an F-14 plane that crashed

Iran ready for nuclear talks: Ahmadinejad

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that the Islamic republic is ready to sit down with world powers for talks on its nuclear programme, state television's website reported.

"They h

Iran boat capsizes in Hormuz strait, 17 die: Report

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Seventeen people died when an Iranian passenger boat capsized in heavy winds after running out of fuel in the Strait of Hormuz, the official IRNA news agency reported on Sunday.

The boat set sail on

Iran blames CIA for nuke scientist's killing

Iran has accused US intelligence agency CIA of being involved in the assassination of Iranian nuclear official.

In a protest letter to the US government, the Iranian foreign ministry said the Central

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