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Israel's military chief said in an interview published Wednesday that Iran will ultimately decide against building a nuclear weapon - putting him at odds with Israel's more pessimistic prime minister.
Iran is recruiting a hacker army to target the U.S. power grid, water systems and other vital infrastructure for a cyberattack in a future confrontation with the United States, security specialists will warn Congress on Thursday.
Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren compared the Iranian regime to the Nazis and denounced the Islamic theocracy for "pledging to murder another six million" Jews.
When international talks about Iran's nuclear program reconvene next month, a key test of progress will be whether U.N. inspectors get access to a bus-sized metal chamber, where specialists suspect Iranians might have tested a trigger for an atomic bomb.
Giving Iran another chance at diplomacy, deeply skeptical Obama administration officials return to nuclear negotiations this weekend looking for quick progress — or at least enough hope to hold off urgent calls from Israel for military action.
Sanctions and the threat of military attack against Iran's nuclear facilities aren't swaying the leaders of the Islamic regime in anticipation of negotiations this weekend. In fact, Iranian pundits proclaim, Iran does not have to make concessions to the United States because it is a powerhouse.
TEHRAN | Iran will retaliate against any attack by Israeli or American forces "on the same level," the Islamic republic's top leader said Tuesday in a defiant address just moments after President Obama appealed directly to the Iranian people with a message of solidarity.
Iran's parliament grilled President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday over a long list of accusations, including that he mismanaged the nation's economy and defied the authority of the country's supreme leader.
Iran's parliament grilled the president Wednesday on a long list of accusations, including that he mismanaged the nation's economy and defied the authority of the country's supreme leader.