Iran has not decided to build a nuclear bomb, says IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz. Nor does he think Tehran will go “the extra mile" to do so.
Iran said it had halted the spread of a data-deleting virus targeting computer servers in its oil sector, and hoped to have all systems back and running within days. Hamdolah Mohammadnejad, a deputy oil minister heading up a crisis committee to co
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Cites Holocaust in Sanctions Against Technology Development
A virus has been discovered in computers running key parts of Iran's oil sector, forcing authorities to unplug its main oil export terminal from the Internet.
Despite hyperbolic talk over Iran's nuclear programme, it's unlikely the country would deploy potential nuclear weapons.
Are high gas prices the only thing between us and a war with Iran? Is Obama's re-election the reason that we don't find ourselves caught up in another needless mideast war? Do we have oil speculators to thank for it?
Something Always Happening 'Somewhere in the World,' Gantz Insists
Some data from the drone's memory device revealed it had flown over the Pakistani hideout of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden two weeks before his death in May, according to Hajizadeh. "Had we not accessed the plane's softwares and hard discs, we w
We bring to the attention of our readers the response of Israeli poet Itamar Yaoz-Kost to the message of Nobel Laureate Guenter Grass, who warns the World of the dangers of a US Israeli sponsored war on Iran.
Iran has completed reverse-engineering of the captured US spy drone and has started building its own copy.
Israel’s possible military operation against Iran is a hot topic in today’s global politics.
The international community has eased its condemnation of Iran following recent negotiations between Tehran and six other nations in Istanbul, Turkey.
On May 23 the U.S., China, Russia, France, Britain, and Germany will have another sit down with an Iranian delegation in Baghdad to further discuss Tehran's nuclear future.
In the event that negotiations fail and the order is given for Israel to carry out an attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, “dozens if not more planes” will take part in the mission: attack and escort jets, tankers for mid-air refueling, electronic w
"Sanctions,” New York Times’ reporter Rick Gladstone writes, have subjected “ordinary Iranians” to “increased deprivations” in order to “punish Iran for enriching uranium that the West suspects is a cover for developing the ability to make nuclear we
Washington won't tolerate peaceful resolution
With the P5+1 talks set to begin this weekend, the Obama Administration is already looking to their inevitable failure, and threatening more sanctions against Iran as soon as the talks end.
China has sold Iran millions of dollars worth of embargoed U.S. computer equipment
The United States' Joint Special Operations Command (JSOT) conducted training for the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), an Iranian opposition group listed by the US as a terrorist organization, journalist Seymour Hersh claims.
Egyptians followed recent gains by the Muslim Brotherhood in parliament to pursue Tehran as strategic partner instead of Washington.
Tehran has cut oil supplies to Spain after halting crude exports to Greece as part of its countersanctions against the European Union(EU), mulling oil supply cuts to Germany and Italy now.
A prominent political analyst says NATO and the US are arming “Israel with missile capacities in relation to a projected and planned attack upon Iran.”
The USS Enterprise has been sent to the Persian Gulf, the US Navy said Monday as tensions rise over Iran’s nuclear program.
Iran has slammed world powers for imposing preconditions ahead of Saturday’s nuclear talks.
The U.S. sent the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise on its way to the Persian Gulf March 12 for one final foray into the field before its ceremonious decommissioning.
On a recent trip to Washington, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu laid down the law: America must threaten the Iranians with war if Tehran insists on pursuing its nuclear energy program.
The six-party party talks on Iran’s nuclear program, called “the last chance” by the West, may now be in jeopardy.
More than three years ago, the CIA dispatched a stealth surveillance drone into the skies over Iran. The bat-winged aircraft penetrated more than 600 miles inside the country, captured images of Iran’s secret nuclear facility at Qom and then flew