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Washington Post

A smart idea to shake up US policy and reach out to the Iranian people is being debated in Washington, but the debate isn't taking place within or between the presidential campaigns. It's going on inside the Bush adminstration.

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Christian Science Monitor

Pressure is building on Iran. This week Europe agreed to new sanctions and President Bush again suggested something more serious – possible military strikes – if the Islamic Republic doesn't bend to the will of the international community on its

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Russia had asked both the United States and Israel to provide factual information to back their claims that Iran was working to build atomic weapons. "So far we have seen none, and the same conclusion was made by the International Atomic Energy

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Express India

Insisting that it does not want to deny Iran nuclear power, the US has said it is always ready to hold talks with Tehran provided it suspended its uranium enrichment activities, even for a limited period.

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New York Times

Israel carried out a major military exercise earlier this month that American officials say appeared to be a rehearsal for a potential bombing attack on Iran's nuclear facilities. Several American officials said the exercise appeared to be an ef

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New York Times

American and international investigators say that they have found the electronic blueprintes for an advanced nuclear weapon on computers that belonged to the nuclear smuggling network run by Abdul Qadeer Khan, the rogue Pakistani nuclear scientist

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TruthDig.com

The instant we attack Iran, oil prices will double, perhaps triple. This price increase will devastate the American economy.

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Haaretz.com

U.S. President George W. Bush told visiting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Wednesday that Iran was an "existential threat to peace" and said the world must take that threat seriously.

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Alternet.org

Might a new war against the demonized Iranians make voters stick with "war hero" John McCain? It's a long shot, but this administration has always had a major streak of riverboat gambler about it.

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"The Iranian threat must be stopped by all possible means," Mr Olmert said in his speech before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee - a lobby group.

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JTA

As 5,000 AIPAC actvists ascend Capitol Hill this week, they will be pushing a multifaceted agenda with a clear bottom line: It's the sanctions, stupid. Some new wrinkles in the lobbying blitz that traditionally follows the annual American

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Washington Post

In a speech to the pro-Israel lobbying group AIPAC in Washington, McCain declared Iran the "foremost" enemy in the Middle East and said it could pose an "existential threat" to Israel if it succeeds in acquiring a nuclear bomb.

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AsiaTimes.com

China is Iran's biggest customer for oil, and Iran buys weapons from China. Trade between the two countries hit US$20 billion last year and continues to expand. China's reaction to an attack on Iran is also a troubling unknown for the US.

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LewRockwell

President George Bush and his tag-along buddy John McCain are repeating almost word for word about Iran the pattern of lies and threats they used to justify the war against Iraq. Our intelligence agencies have said that Iran gave up the pursuit of a

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Antiwar

In one of the most embarrassingly absurd, historically baseless, and astonishingly one-sided speeches any U.S. president has ever given, President Bush compared Iran to Nazi Germany in his speech to Israel's Knesset.

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News.Yahoo.com

Iran may be withholding information needed to establish whether it tried to make nuclear arms, the International Atomic Energy Agency said Monday in an unusually strongly worded report.

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