Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, May 21 Iran announced on Sunday that it would not suspend its uranium enrichment activities despite an offer of nuclear assistance from Britain, France, and Germany the EU-3 if it did so.
New York Times: An Iranian philosopher and writer who also holds Canadian citizenship has been detained for three weeks without formal charges, raising concerns that his arrest could signal greater repression of intellectuals.
AP: World powers are considering dropping U.N. Security Council discussion of Iran's nuclear program if Tehran agrees to suspend uranium enrichment, but could push for sanctions backed by the threat of force if the Islamic state refuses, diplomats said Saturday.
AP: World powers are considering dropping U.N. Security Council involvement in Iran's nuclear file if Tehran agrees to suspend uranium enrichment but could push for sanctions backed by the threat of force if Iran refuses, diplomats said Saturday.
Toronto Sun: Prime Minister Stephen Harper yesterday blasted Iran's "absolutely abhorrent" plan to make Jews and Christians wear coloured labels, as Iranian politicians denied the anti-Semitic law was even in the works.
AFP: Iraq on Saturday formed its first permanent post-invasion government, a national unity coalition aimed at uniting a country torn by sectarian bloodshed but still lacking ministers in key security posts.
AP: Senate Democrats, saying they want to "avoid repeating mistakes made in the run-up to the conflict in Iraq," sent President Bush a letter Friday urging him to direct the nation's intelligence agencies to prepare an updated National Intelligence Estimate on Iran.
Reuters: European countries have asked the United States to consider selling new airplanes to Iran as part of a proposed package of incentives aimed at resolving the nuclear crisis with Tehran, diplomats said on Friday.
Reuters: Germany, Britain and France have proposed offering Iran a number of incentives to abandon its nuclear enrichment program, including nuclear power plants and guarantees of atomic fuel, an EU diplomat said.
New York Times: The United States and Europe are divided over the latest phase of their negotiating strategy on Iran, with the Bush administration resisting a new European offer that includes a proposal for a Middle East security "framework" for Iran if it gives up its nuclear activities, diplomats from each side said Friday.
Reuters: Britain, France and Germany are expected to meet on Wednesday in London with American, Russian and Chinese officials to discuss a package of incentives for Iran if Tehran curbs its nuclear ambitions, European diplomats said.
Iran Focus: London, May 19 A senior U.S. State Department official accused Iran on Thursday of failing to cooperate fully with the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations nuclear watchdog, over its suspected atomic weapons program.
Reuters: OPEC will not change its crude production ceiling and oil prices are not expected to hit $100 a barrel, Iranian Oil Minister Kazem Vaziri-Hamaneh told the students' news agency ISNA on Friday.
Reuters: Iran initially enriched uranium from China but is now using domestically processed uranium in its nuclear programme, an Iranian diplomat said on Friday after some doubts were cast on his country's recent enrichment claims.
Reuters: Iranian claims last month of a major nuclear breakthrough were undermined on Thursday when several diplomats said the uranium Tehran had enriched was high-quality processed uranium it acquired from China.
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