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Black Sea attack 'carried out by Hezbollah': Israel PM


A suicide attack at a Bulgarian airport which killed six people, five of them Israeli, was carried out by Lebanon's Hezbollah in conjunction with Iran, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursd

Iran to block oil through Strait of Hormuz if threatened


Iran has said that it could prevent even ‘a single drop of oil’ to pass through the Strait of Hormuz if its security is threatened.

Annan says Iran must be player in Syria crisis talks


U.N. peace envoy Kofi Annan waded into big power politics on Tuesday, insisting regional heavyweight Iran should be involved in efforts to find a peaceful solution to the Syria crisis despite the West

Iran reports long-range missile launch in exercise

Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guards test fired several ballistic missiles on Tuesday, including a long-range variety capable of hitting U.S. bases in the region as well as Israel, Iranian media repor

Iran-6 power nuke meeting begins


Iran and six world powers sought elusive common ground Monday in talks meant to reduce tensions over Tehran's nuclear activities that both sides see as crucial to their interests but which are stalled

Report: Iran prez Ahmadinejad to leave politics when term ends


A German newspaper is reporting that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he will end his political career when his second term ends next year.

Ahmadinejad was quoted on Saturday as saying in

US exempts India, six others, from Iran sanctions


The United States said on Monday it would exempt seven countries including India from tough new sanctions on their banking sector after they cut oil purchases from Iran.

Secretary of State Hillary Cl

Report: Iran begins designing nuclear submarine


A semiofficial Iranian news agency is reporting that the country has begun to design its first nuclear submarine.

The Tuesday report by Fars quotes the deputy navy chief in charge of technical affair

Iran claims designing nuclear submarine


Iran has taken 'initial steps' to design its first nuclear-powered submarine, a deputy navy commander claimed in an interview with the Fars news agency published on Tuesday.

"Initial steps to design

Iran bans women from Euro 2012 screenings


Women in Iran are being banned from watching live public screenings of Euro 2012 football games because of an ‘inappropriate’ environment where men could become rowdy, a deputy police commander said o

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