New York Times: Confronted by likely changes in American policy on the war in Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain said Monday that the nature of the battle had changed and that Western strategy in the Middle East must evolve, possibly to include a new partnership with Iran.
AP: British Prime Minister Tony Blair urged the international community on Monday to engage Iran and Syria to advance the peace process in the Middle East and defended his government's close relationship with the U.S.
Reuters: A top Iranian prosecutor demanded an arrest warrant be issued for Argentinian judges and prosecutors, state radio said, after Argentina demanded the arrest of Iranian officials over the bombing of a Jewish centre.
Reuters: The White House branded Iran and Hezbollah on Saturday as a "global nexus of terrorism" and applauded an Argentine court for seeking the arrest of former Iranian officials in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center.
Reuters: The United States wants a European-drafted resolution to publicize any violation of sanctions against Iran if the measure is adopted by the U.N. Security Council, according to a text obtained by Reuters on Friday.
Reuters: Russia and Iran will work to resume six-party talks on Iran's nuclear programme, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Russian media on Saturday after President Vladimir Putin met Iran's nuclear envoy.
Iran Focus: London, Nov. 11 - On Thursday, an Argentinean federal judge issued an arrest warrant for eight Iranian officials involved in the deadly bombing of a Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires in 1994. Among those sought is the former head of Irans notorious secret police.
Daily Telegraph - Leaders: Of course Iran is funnelling arms and agitators into the Shia provinces of Iraq. It goes without saying that the ayatollahs are seeking to stir up their co-religionists and to weaken the pro-Western section of Iraqi society.