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Russia will load fuel into Iran's first nuclear power plant next week despite U.S. demands to prevent Iran obtaining nuclear energy until the country proves that it's not pursuing a weapons capacity. Uranium fuel shipped by Russia will be loaded into

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Despite all the saber rattling and jawboning, Iran remains uncowed. In fact, judging by the stock market, Iran is doing just fine. The Tehran Stock Exchange hit an all time high on Monday and is up more than 60% this year. Furthermore, the TSE rema

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The Real News

On August 2nd while addressing a group of Iranians living abroad, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claimed that "Israel has hired people to assassinate him." In the speech Ahmadinejad stated, "The Zionists have sent people to assassinate me.

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Scott Horton is Assistant Editor at Antiwar.com and host of Anti War Radio. This is an excerpt from a debate on, "Obama's Challenge: Iran, Nuclear Weapons and the Fate of the Middle East" that took place at the University of California Riverside.

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Washington Times

"Almost all [targets] are in isolated areas where civilian casualties would not be much of a problem," Mr. Pike said. "Most of them have co-located staff housing. Bomb the housing, kill the staff, set back the program by a generation."

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Jason Ditz via AntiWar.com

Just weeks ahead of a planned P5+1 talk with Iran, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Admiral Michael Mullen announced on Meet the Press that the military has drawn up plans to attack Iran, though he insisted they would only do so ‘if necessary‘

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Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Saturday that Israel and the United States would never strike Iran, saying that "both the U.S. and Zionist regime face internal problems and they know that we make many troubles for them if they attack I

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PC World

Computers in Iran have been hardest hit by a dangerous computer worm that tries to steal information from industrial control systems. 60% of all systems infected by the worm are located in Iran. Indonesia and India have also been hard-hit by the mali

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Reuters

Iran will react swiftly if its commercial shipping or aviation are subjected to inspection, President Ahmadinejad said. A UN Security Council resolution imposed restrictions on Iranian shipping to persuade Tehran to curb its nuclear enrichment activ

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Peter Schiff via LewRockwell.com

There is overwhelming agreement among economists that the Second World War was responsible for decisively ending the Great Depression. When asked why the wars in Iran and Afghanistan are failing to make the same impact today, they often claim that th

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