Reuters: Iran said on Monday its Bushehr nuclear power station would probably not go onstream until next year -- another delay to a 30-year project that the West fears has become a front for developing nuclear arms.
AP: Iran denounced the United States on Monday for contemplating possible nuclear strikes against Iranian targets and urged the United Nations to take urgent action against what it called a dangerous violation of international law.
Washington Times - Editorial: As the possibility of military action against Iran is being considered, the reactions of politicians and opinion-makers range from mature and thoughtful (increasingly from some on the left) to the surreal and foolish.
New York Times: As President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad moves to make good on his campaign promise to distribute Iran's increasing oil wealth among its citizens, warnings are coming from across the political spectrum that his policies may be doing more to irritate political and economic tensions than to soothe them.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Apr. 30 Irans chief nuclear negotiator issued a stark warning to the West on Sunday that they would be harmed if they stepped up international pressure on the Islamic Republic over its nuclear program.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Apr. 30 Iran reiterated on Sunday that it was under no circumstances willing to cease its research-orientated uranium enrichment, ignoring demands by the International Atomic Energy Agency and the United Nations Security Council to suspend all such activities.
AP: The United States rejects Iran's offer to allow a watchdog agency to inspect the country's nuclear facilities and will press ahead for U.N. penalties against Tehran, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Sunday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Apr. 30 Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei appointed on Sunday a senior military intelligence official as the deputy commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), the Islamic Republics ideological armed force.
Reuters: A senior Iranian oil official said on Sunday the United Nations was unlikely to impose sanctions on Iran's oil industry over its nuclear programme, because any such action would send world oil prices soaring.
Reuters: Iran has enriched uranium to more than 4 percent, an Iranian official said on Saturday, a level higher than Iran previously told the U.N. nuclear watchdog but still in the range used for fuel in nuclear power stations.
Sunday Telegraph: A multi-charged roadside bomb, developed by Hizbollah in Lebanon, is being used against British and American soldiers by Iraqi insurgents linked to Iran, according to military intelligence sources.
Sunday Times: Natanz seems an agreeable little town, perched nearly 5,000ft up in the majestic mountains of central Iran, full of dusty relics of Alexander the Great and black-clad peasants scurrying hither and thither. It is a shame, then, that we may soon be obliged to bomb it to smithereens. An even bigger shame, though, if we dont.
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