Iran Focus: Brussels, Nov. 08 Thousands of banner-waving Iranians rallied outside the European Union headquarters in Brussels on Monday calling for Tehrans nuclear dossier to be hauled before the United Nations Security Council for possible trade sanctions and the removal of the name of Irans principal opposition Mojahedin-e Khalq (MeK) from the EUs list of terrorist organisations.
Washington Post: Iran has strongly protested what it said was the United States' use of unmanned aerial drones over its territory and said two of them had crashed this summer within its borders, according to diplomatic letters circulated at the United Nations yesterday.
Reuters: Threats to refer Iran's nuclear case to the U.N. Security Council, where Tehran could face sanctions, will not scare it into scrapping its nuclear programme, Iran's chief atomic negotiator said on Tuesday.
AFP: Iran has barred South Korean companies from sponsoring sporting events, including this weekend's LG Cup football competition, in apparent punishment for Seoul's stance on Iran's controversial nuclear programme.
AFP: South Africa on Monday denied that it proposed taking part in any uranium enrichment activities in Iran, saying it had been "actively involved in seeking a diplomatic solution regarding the peaceful uses of nuclear energy by Iran."
DPA: Berlin has warned German industry that missile- builders in Iran and Syria are obtaining sophisticated German equipment via criminal, Moscow-based companies, the news magazine Focus reported Saturday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Nov. 06 In a meeting with Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Tehran on Saturday, Irans President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called for the departure of United States troops from neighbouring Iraq.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Nov. 06 Irans Majlis (Parliament) is set to approve Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejads four nominees for the remaining ministerial portfolios, the deputy Majlis Speaker told reporters on Sunday.
AFP: India, which earlier this year voted in favour of an IAEA motion against Iran's nuclear program, could reverse its stand at an upcoming meeting if the resolution proposed stronger action, Foreign Minister Natwar Singh said Sunday.
AFP: Iran unequivocally backed its main regional ally Syria Sunday, describing as "unacceptable" the pressure exerted on Damascus through a UN resolution over the murder of Lebanese ex-premier Rafiq Hariri.