Reuters: World powers meet on Thursday to approve a batch of incentives for Iran not to pursue nuclear know-how with arms potential but Tehran has dismissed the move already, challenging the West to resort to threatened sanctions.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, May 30 The United States will fall from its global stature and global power will end up in the hands of Asian countries in the next decade, a top Iranian official said on Tuesday.
Der Spiegel: In an interview with SPIEGEL, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad discusses the Holocaust, the future of the state of Israel, mistakes made by the United States in Iraq and Tehran's nuclear conflict with the West.
AP: Top U.S., Russian, Chinese and European officials plan to sign off this week on a package of incentives and penalties meant to reward Iran if it gives up uranium enrichment - and punish it if it doesn't, diplomats said Monday.
Iran Focus: London, May 29 A European Inter-Parliamentary group condemned on Monday an attack earlier in the day on a passenger bus in Iraq which left more than a dozen killed and at least 15 wounded.
Reuters: Russia wants a resumption of talks between Iran and European countries over the Islamic Republic's nuclear programme, an Iranian official said on Sunday after a senior Russian official held discussions in Tehran.
New York Times: After boasting last month that it had joined the "nuclear club" by successfully enriching uranium on an industrial scale and portraying its action as irreversible Iran appears to have slowed its drive to produce nuclear fuel, according to European diplomats who have reviewed reports from inspectors inside the country.
AP: To Iran's west lies a natural ally and perhaps its most potent weapon in the international fray over its nuclear program. While Iran and Iraq were arch enemies during the rule of Saddam Hussein, all signs point to an increasingly robust relationship now that Shiites have achieved a dominant role in the Iraqi leadership.
Washington Post: The Bush administration is pressing Europe and Japan to impose wide-ranging sanctions designed to stifle the Iranian leadership financially if diplomatic efforts fail to resolve an impasse over the country's nuclear program, according to internal government memos and interviews with three U.S. officials involved.
Reuters: Iran said on Monday it had no intention of moving all of its uranium enrichment work to Russia to allay the international community's fears that it could use nuclear fuel technology to make atomic bombs.
AP: The five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany will meet in Vienna later this week in hopes of approving a package of incentives and penalties meant to persuade Iran to give up uranium enrichment, diplomats said Monday.
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