Reuters: The chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Monday Iran was still resisting inquiries into its nuclear programme, but welcomed big powers' offer of major incentives to Tehran to resolve the crisis.
Reuters: China said on Monday that this week's summit of a Cental Asian security group will highlight the organisation's rising stature, but Iran, with its messy nuclear problems, threatens to highlight its limits.
New York Times: Iran has begun a public campaign that appears to be aimed at nudging the six nations that have offered a package of incentives into negotiations over its nuclear program without first freezing its efforts to make nuclear fuel.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jun. 12 Iran said on Monday that it would not negotiate on uranium enrichment despite a package of incentives offered to it by the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany.
AP: The United States and Europe are lobbying other nations to join them this week in urging Iran to start talks on its uranium enrichment program - and in warning of U.N. Security Council action if it doesn't - documents shared with The Associated Press show.
New York Times: Symbolism rarely trumps soccer at the World Cup, but it came close Sunday, when Iran played its first game of the tournament. A politically isolated country, Iran was playing in a place that echoes darkly with history.
Daily Telegraph: Fresh evidence has emerged that Iran is working on a secret military project to develop nuclear weapons that has not been declared to United Nations inspectors responsible for monitoring Irans nuclear programme.
Bloomberg: The UN's nuclear agency may ask Iran to voluntarily suspend its atomic program after receiving the details of a report that shows the Islamic Republic is stepping up its efforts to enrich uranium.
Reuters: Iran's judiciary freed two journalists on bail after they were arrested for insulting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Islamic Republic's founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, a lawyer said on Sunday.
Sunday Telegraph: Washington has stepped up pressure on Pakistan to allow its disgraced nuclear scientist, A Q Khan, to be questioned by United Nations inspectors, after fresh traces of enriched uranium were found on equipment used at an Iranian military site.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jun. 11 Irans chief nuclear negotiator criticised on Sunday a package of incentives offered by key members of the United Nations Security Council in return for it to abandon its uranium enrichment activities as one with many problems.
Iran Focus: London, Jun. 11 Several key agents of Irans Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS a.k.a. VEVAK) operating in countries bordering Iran have gone on the run from their terror masters in Tehran, a well-placed source inside the government told Iran Focus.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jun. 11 Iran rejected on Sunday parts of a package of incentives offered to it by the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany in exchange for it to abandon its uranium enrichment activities.
Washington Post: Senate Minority [sic."> Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) said here Saturday that he will seek greater transparency from the Bush administration about possible threats posed by Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons. He said he wants to prevent possible misuse of intelligence as the administration deals with the crisis.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jun. 10 Iranian authorities have arrested 10 people on charges related to endangering national security prior to Irans first game in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, a semi-official daily reported on Saturday.
Reuters: Iran might send a nuclear package in response to incentives agreed by six world powers that are seeking to persuade Iran to suspend its nuclear enrichment program, Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said on Saturday.
Iran,Isfahan, Apr. 10, 2018. Farmers Stage Major Protest Gathering in Khourasgan Square