Iran Focus: London, Feb. 13 The following is part one of the text of a debate by British parliamentarians on Irans suspected nuclear weapons activities that took place in the United Kingdom House of Commons on February 1.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 13 The supreme commander of Irans elite Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) vowed on Monday that the Islamic Republic would never give in to pressures on its nuclear program even if it meant facing sanctions.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 13 A senior commander of Irans elite Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) vowed that following the printing of insulting cartoons of Islams prophet Muhammad in European dailies, the Islamic Republics suicide volunteers abroad were being placed on readiness alert to attack Unites States and Israeli interests.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 12 Irans Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki announced that the Islamic Republic had issued the order for resumption of uranium enrichment at Natanz, central Iran, a state-run news agency reported on Sunday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 12 A top aide to Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said that withstanding and resistance in the face of foreign pressure vis-à-vis the Islamic Republics nuclear program is the nations will and that Tehran would never abandon its nuclear stance.
The Sunday Telegraph: Strategists at the Pentagon are drawing up plans for devastating bombing raids backed by submarine-launched ballistic missile attacks against Iran's nuclear sites as a "last resort" to block Teheran's efforts to develop an atomic bomb.
The Observer: For three weeks, there have been demonstrations across the planet about a great injustice done to Muslims. After baton-wielding cops inflicted dozens of injuries, the fear of death is in the air. George W Bush's State Department has warned of 'systematic oppression', while secularists and fundamentalists have revealed their mutually incompatible values. Since you ask, I am not talking about the global menace of Scandinavian cartoonists that has so terrified our fearless free press, but mass arrests in Iran.
The Sunday Telegraph: Iran has drawn up designs for a deep underground tunnel with remote-controlled heat and pressure sensors as part of what Western intelligence officials believe are preparations for a secret atomic test.
The Sunday Telegraph: When it comes to dealing with the threat posed by Iran's nuclear programme, the Bush administration is prepared to take a far more measured - some would say mature - approach to coalition-building than was obvious during the build-up to the Iraq war.
Reuters: German prosecutors are preparing criminal charges against a group of Germans whom they suspect of illegally helping Iran obtain technology that could be used to develop nuclear weapons, officials and diplomats told Reuters.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 11 Denmarks foreign ministry announced on Saturday that the countrys ambassador to Iran has left Tehran after receiving credible threats on his life as the row continues over the publication of cartoons of Islams Prophet Muhammad in a Copenhagen daily.
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