Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, May 04 A senior Iranian military commander said on Thursday that no country would dare attack the Islamic Republic since Iran had scientific knowledge about the enemies weak points.
Reuters: President George W. Bush demanded on Wednesday that Iran give up nuclear weapons ambitions "for the sake of world peace," as he and German Chancellor Angela Merkel emphasised diplomacy in dealing with Tehran.
Reuters: Russia on Wednesday threw itself behind the need for a new Security Council resolution on Iran's nuclear program and said it hoped the measure could be adopted before Monday's meeting of major power foreign ministers in New York.
Los Angeles Times: Despite the objections of Russia and China, the U.S., Britain and France introduced a draft Security Council resolution Wednesday that would legally compel Iran to halt its nuclear enrichment activities.
Times Online: Never mind the football hooligans. The thorniest political dilemma facing Germany as it prepares to host the World Cup is what to do about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Irans hardline president, if he insists on coming to watch his team play next month.
Reuters: The United States, Britain and France introduced a U.N. Security Council resolution on Wednesday demanding Iran suspend uranium enrichment efforts that the West suspects are part of a secret nuclear weapons program.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, May 03 Iran said on Wednesday that the Gulf region was no longer safe for the "enemy" and that the people of Iraq had rejected the United States' political model for their country.
Washington Post: Iraq's president appealed for national unity and the renunciation of sectarian violence ahead of a parliament meeting set for Wednesday, saying he had met with Sunni Arab insurgent leaders and observed a "great change" in their war aims.
Reuters: Oil rose to almost $75 a barrel on Wednesday, near record highs as mounting tension over Iran's nuclear plan compounded worries of global supply disruptions amid forecast of falling fuel stocks in the United States.
Washington Times - Editorial: Advocates of solving the Iranian nuclear weapons crisis through negotiations between the United States and Iran (and depending on the particular advocate, the European Union and/or Russia, China and the United Nations) face a huge challenge explaining away the failure of virtually all such previous efforts.
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