Reuters: Iran has "unilaterally" rejected a Russian proposal to resolve its standoff with the West over fears it may be trying to develop nuclear weapons, French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said on Monday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Dec. 05 Students from the Open University in the town of Garmsar, near Tehran, held a demonstration against poor university conditions, one of the students told Iran Focus in an email interview on Monday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Dec. 05 The Iranian Revolutionary Guards para-military forces staged a military exercise to prepare against enemy conspiracies in Dasht-e Azadegan in the south-western Khuzestan Province, near the border with Iraq.
Iran Focus: London, Dec. 05 The chief of the United Nations nuclear watchdog warned on Monday that Iran could develop nuclear weapons within a few months of starting uranium enrichment in its massive underground nuclear facility in Natanz, central Iran.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Dec. 05 Students at the University of Technology in the southern city of Shiraz refused to attend classes and instead held a demonstration against a decision by the Ministry of Science to change the status of graduates, the official Iranian news agency reported on Monday.
Reuters: Iran's patience regarding Western opposition to its nuclear programme is wearing thin and Tehran will give the EU only a few months to settle the issue through talks, the country's chief nuclear negotiator said on Sunday.
Iran Focus: London, Dec. 04 Independent Iraqi observers who are planning to monitor the upcoming December 15 elections in Iraq are resisting travelling to the south of the country for fear of being targeted in assassinations or abductions, according to an Arabic-language website.
AFP: Iran has extradited all foreign members of the Al-Qaeda network arrested inside its borders and is not holding any of the group's leaders, the Islamic republic's top national security official told AFP.
AFP: Iran will not submit to Western demands to limit its disputed nuclear fuel drive and is prepared to maintain a freeze on sensitive activities only for a few more months, top national security official Ali Larijani told AFP.
Iran Focus: London, Dec. 04 In the latest turn in months of infighting over the control of Irans giant petroleum industry, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday nominated Acting Oil Minister Kazem Vaziri-Hamaneh to occupy the key post.
The Washington Times: The United States and the international community remain highly concerned by Iran's intentions to attain nuclear capability, come what may. As Tehran pursues its aim to join the nuclear club, it is slowly but surely isolating itself from the rest of the world.
Reuters: Iran's constitutional watchdog on Saturday approved a bill to resume uranium enrichment and end snap U.N. checks of its nuclear sites if Tehran is referred to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.