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A senior U.S. banking executive said Thursday that Iran was behind an ongoing series of massive cyberattacks that have targeted nine major U.S. banks in recent weeks by slowing or interrupting access to their websites.
Manssor Arbabsiar, a naturalized U.S. citizen, pleaded guilty in federal court in New York on Wednesday in a scheme by members of the Iranian government to recruit a Mexican drug cartel to kill Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States by bombing a Washington, D.C., restaurant.
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta's pointed warning that the United States will strike back against a cyberattack underscores the Obama administration's rising concern that Iran could be the first country to unleash cyberterrorism on America.
The United States and Israel are embarking on the largest exercise in their long military relationship against a backdrop of tension with Iran and sharp rhetoric in the American presidential election.
The European Union, concerned by what it called Iran's refusal to come clean on its suspected nuclear weapons program, imposed a new range of sanctions Monday intended to hit the country's treasury and increase pressure on its Islamic regime.
The world stood at the brink of Armageddon for 13 days in October 1962, when President John F. Kennedy drew a symbolic line in the Atlantic and warned of dire consequences if Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev dared to cross it.
U.S. authorities believe that Iranian-based hackers were responsible for cyberattacks that devastated Persian Gulf oil and gas companies, a former U.S. government official said. Just hours later, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the cyberthreat from Iran has grown, and he declared that the Pentagon is prepared to take action if American is threatened by a computer-based assault.
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The situation was dire. Unbearably tense. Three months after the late-1979 takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran by Iranian revolutionaries, six American diplomats who had secretly escaped the compound were attempting to flee the country.