AP: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice won broad support from NATO allies for a tough diplomatic line on Iran if, as expected, Tehran fails to meet Friday's U.N. deadline to stop enriching uranium for its nuclear program.
Reuters: The world's nuclear watchdog said in a report circulated on Friday that Iran has ignored a U.N. Security Council call to suspend all nuclear fuel enrichment and has accelerated the programme, diplomats said.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Apr. 28 Irans former President Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said in Tehran that the Islamic Republic would not abandon its nuclear projects, hours before the end of a 30-day deadline set by the United Nations Security Council for Tehran to cease all its uranium enrichment activities.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Apr. 28 Irans radical President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared on Friday that the Islamic Republic would ignore resolutions by the United Nations Security Council calling on it to suspend its uranium enrichment. His remarks, which were aired on state television and carried by the official news agency, came on the final day of a 30-day deadline Tehran had been given by the Security Council to suspend all its uranium enrichment activities.
Reuters: Washington is trying to arrange a meeting of foreign ministers of the five permanent members of the Security Council plus Germany in New York on May 9 to discuss Iran's nuclear program, Chinese and U.S. diplomats said on Thursday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Apr. 28 The top commander of Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and the governor of Irans southern province of Khuzestan issued a stern warning to the United States and Britain on Thursday to stop meddling in Irans internal affairs and creating insecurity in the province, the heart of Irans oil industry.
New York Times: Iran vowed yesterday to defy any United Nations Security Council resolution on its nuclear activities on the eve of a major report by atomic inspectors on the status of its nuclear program.
Washington Times: Some observers ask, why not just let Iran go nuclear? The answer is that nuclear weapons in the hands of the mullahs would be the most dangerous combination since the dawn of the nuclear age -- a nuclear-armed state with ballistic missiles led by religious zealots. It would be a serious threat to world peace and to the very survival of the 6 million people, Jews and Arabs alike, who live in Israel.
Washington Post: Despite a formal request from the U.N. Security Council, Iran has not provided international inspectors with new information about the country's nuclear program and has accelerated, rather than curbed, uranium-enrichment activities, according to sources familiar with a report the inspectors plan to issue today.
Reuters: The United Nations Security Council must be ready to take action on Iran over any failure to comply with international demands to curb its nuclear ambitions, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Thursday.
Iran Focus: Paris, Apr. 27 Irans main opposition movement National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) charged on Thursday that Tehran was working to develop P-2 centrifuges in an effort to obtain nuclear weapons.
Iran: Widespread Protests of Thousands of the People, Plundered by the State Affiliated Financial
Tehran: Widespread Protests of Thousands of the People, Plundered by the State Affiliated Financial
Clashes Erupts in Western City Over killing of Porters by Iran’s Security Forces
Vienna: Iranians Rally in Support of Comprehensive Sanctions against Tehran
Iran: Guidance Patrol harasses women in public places
Iran 22 August 2017: Hundreds of retirees protest outside regime's parliament
Iran, Khuzestan Province: People Clashed With Security Forces
People Chanting Against Iran Regime During the Football Match
Iran: Murder Scene of a Poor Street Peddler by Municipality Agents
Suicide increasing in northern Iran due to crackdown and poverty
Two prisoners were hanged in Sarpol-e Zahab (western Iran)
Iran: Execution of four young men in public in Qeshm- 23 November
The untold story of the 1988 Massacre in Iran
Reyhaneh Jabbari's will Her voice recording from inside prison
Public execution in Kazerun, Iran - August 11, 2016