AFP: Iran's hardline parliament may push though a law on suspending membership of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty if the Security Council pressures Tehran to freeze sensitive atomic work, a top MP warned Tuesday.
Reuters: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday his country had every right to produce atomic fuel, showing no sign of backing down on nuclear work before a U.N. Security Council meeting.
Bloomberg: Iran may hold talks with European nations to try to solve the dispute over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today, the state-run Iranian News Agency IRNA reported.
AFP: As thousands of Canadians prepared to flee violence in Lebanon, Foreign Minister Peter MacKay on Monday took aim at Syria and Iran for fueling the crisis while calling on Hezbollah to cease aggression against Israel.
Iran Focus: London, Jul. 18 - The following are the elements of a proposal to Iran as approved on 1 June 2006 at the meeting in Vienna of Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia, the Unites States, and the European Union:
Iran Focus: London, Jul. 18 The European Union expressed its deep disappointment on Monday that Iran had not accepted a package of incentives offered to it in return for it to suspend uranium enrichment.
New York Times: That a victim of a Palestinian suicide bombing would seek legal redress from an American museum might seem baffling to the uninitiated. But for Daniel Miller, 27, it is simply a way of extracting justice from a government that he blames for his suffering.
AFP: The deadly fighting between Israel and Hezbollah in Lebanon has postponed Security Council consideration of a draft resolution that would demand a halt to Iran's sensitive nuclear fuel work, diplomats said Monday.
New York Times: With the battle between Israel and the Lebanese militia Hezbollah raging, key Arab governments have taken the rare step of blaming Hezbollah, underscoring in part their growing fear of influence by the groups main sponsor, Iran.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jul. 17 Irans hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday that Israel should exchange key Hezbollah leaders it has in custody for its army personnel taken hostage by the Lebanese militia fiercely loyal to Tehran.
Iran Focus: London, Jul. 17 The group of eight major industrialised nations (G8) chided Iran for its failure to suspend its uranium enrichment activities and said that they were seriously concerned over its proliferation implications.