Christian Science Monitor - The Monitor's View: Top diplomats of the world's major powers met in New York on Monday to see if they could agree on whether the UN Security Council should demand that Iran suspend its uranium enrichment and stop building a heavy-water nuclear reactor. They couldn't.
Reuters: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, on a visit to fellow Muslim nation Indonesia, said on Wednesday that Western countries' expressions of concern over its nuclear policies were a "big lie".
AP: Indonesia called on Iran to be more transparent in its uranium enrichment program, but defended the country's right to produce nuclear energy, ahead of a state visit by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Reuters: European officials on Tuesday worked on a package of carrots and sticks for Iran after major powers failed again to agree on a U.N. resolution aimed at curbing Tehran's nuclear ambitions, diplomats said.
Iran Focus: Baghdad, May 09 A staggeringly high proportion of foreign insurgents arrested in Iraq are of Iranian origin, according to an Iraqi daily close to Massoud Barzanis Kurdistan Democratic Party.
The Times - Leading Article: Iran is exploiting the struggle for power among Iraq's Shia militias British troops and Iraqi police have managed to quell the rioting in Basra after violent clashes between troops and youths demonstrating around the remains of the British helicopter brought down at the weekend.
Reuters: President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran said on Tuesday he was awaiting a reaction to a letter he sent President Bush, although U.S. officials have called it a diversion in a dispute over Tehran's nuclear plans.
Reuters: Foreign ministers of major powers failed to come up with a joint strategy for dealing with Iran after Tehran sought to influence the negotiations with a stunning last-minute diplomatic maneuver, officials said.
Reuters: China's foreign minister urged Iran to cooperate with the global nuclear watchdog and also said the deepening dispute over Iran's atomic activities should be defused by negotiations, Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday.
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