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The Penisula

Iran is studying a Swiss proposal to facilitate talks between Tehran and the UN atomic watchdog over the Islamic republic's controversial nuclear programme, the Isna news agency reported yesterday. "Switzerland has offered a plan

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Daily Telegraph

Gordon Brown has agreed to support US air strikes against Iran if the Islamic republic orchestrates large-scale attacks by militants against British or American forces in Iraq, according to senior Pentagon officials.

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Reuters

Cholera has struck at least 3,315 people in Iraq since mid-August, killing at least 15. The WHO global cholera coordinator said that up to 10 cases have also been confirmed in Iran, near the Iraqi border. [Cholera?! Heck of a job, Gates!]

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AFP

Iran has slashed the use of the dollar in payment for its oil exports to 15 percent, an official said on Tuesday, amid growing pressure from arch-foe the US on its financial system. The vast majority of transactions for oil from OPEC's number tw

British MPs visiting the pentagon to discuss America's stance on Iran and Iraq were shocked to be told by one of Preident Bush's senior women officials: "I hate all Iranians."

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Seymour Hersh

Hersh: We have this wonderful capacity in America to Hitlerize people. We had Hitler, and since Hitler we've had 20 of them, Krushchev and Mao and of course Stalin, and for a little while Gadhafi was our Hitler.

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Antiwar

The UK Daily Mail on Sunday reports that British MPs were surprised to hear a visiting Pentagon official declare: “I hate all Iranians.” Debra Cagan, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Coalition Affairs to US Defense Secretary Robert Gates, made the c

"If Hitler's warnings were heeded when he wrote 'Mein Kampf,' he could have been stopped," said Bradley Blakeman, 49, the president of Freedom's Watch and a former deputy assistant to Mr. Bush.

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NY Times

Founded this summer by a dozen wealthy conservatives, the nonprofit group is set apart from most advocacy groups by the immense wealth of its core group of benefactors. Its next target: Iran policy.

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Founded this summer by a dozen wealthy conservatives, the nonprofit group is set apart from most advocacy groups by the immense wealth of its core group of benefactors. Its next target: Iran policy.

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Founded this summer by a dozen wealthy conservatives, the nonprofit group is set apart from most advocacy groups by the immense wealth of its core group of benefactors. Its next target: Iran policy.

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Daily Telegraph

The American air force is working with military leaders from the Gulf to train and prepare Arab air forces for a possible war with Iran, The Sunday Telegraph can reveal.

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The Columbian

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad invited President Bush to speak at an Iranian university if the American leader ever traveled to the Islamic Republic, state-run television reported Friday.

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rawstory.com

The US House of Representatives on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed legislation calling for Iran's Revolutionary Guard to be designated a terrorist organization and tightening sanctions on Tehran.

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BETH FOUHY, Associated Press Writer

NEW YORK - Democrat Barack Obama says he probably wouldn't have invited Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak at Columbia University but would be willing as president to meet with the Iranian leader as a way to protect U.S. interests

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