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Latest Iran Items
Are Syrians ready to talk? After bitter opening to peace talks, UN takes a day to find out
"Stiffening Obama's backbone" (Comment & Analysis, Jan. 15) is spot on. The threat of sanctions against Iran is required in wake of the November 2013 Geneva accord weighted in favor of Tehran over Washington.
Two Iranian warships set sail Tuesday for the Atlantic Ocean on their navy's first-ever mission there, state TV reported.
Iran's state-run media said on Tuesday that its navy has sent warships to the Atlantic Ocean — a historic first for the Islamic Republic.
The U.N. secretary-general has withdrawn his invitation to Iran to join this week's Syria peace talks, saying he is "deeply disappointed" by Iran's statements Monday.
Unfortunately for our allies in the Middle East who are fearful of a nuclear-armed Iran, President Obama is not interested in making a fair deal. He is only interested in a deal that will serve as a political advantage ("Obama tells Senate Democrats: Don't slap new sanctions on Iran," Web, Jan. 16).
The West formally surrendered to Iran on Monday, when the United States and the European Union suspended trade and other sanctions against Tehran.
Iran accepted an invitation on Monday to attend peace talks to end conflict in Syria later this week
Iran unplugged banks of centrifuges involved in its most sensitive uranium enrichment work on Monday, prompting the United States and European Union to partially lift economic sanctions as a landmark deal aimed at easing concerns over Iran's nuclear program went into effect.