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Israel not liable under international law

A political analyst says the “confession” by a former Israeli envoy that Tel Aviv has killed most perpetrators of the AMIA attack in Argentina shows that the regime has “no accountability under international law.”

'Iran can help resolve Syria war': Italian PM

Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta on Monday hailed Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's diplomatic opening as "an opportunity" that should not be passed up and said Iran could help resolve the conflict in Syria.

American Missing Nearly 7 Years In Iran Was On An Unapproved CIA Mission

In March 2007, retired FBI agent Robert Levinson flew to Kish Island, an Iranian resort awash with tourists, smugglers and organized crime figures. Days later, after an arranged meeting with an admitted killer, he checked out of his hotel, slipped into a taxi and vanished. For years, the U.S. has publicly described him as a private citizen who traveled to the tiny Persian Gulf island on private business.

Peres says he's willing to meet Rouhani: 'Iran is not our enemy'

President Shimon Peres said on Sunday he would have no problem meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

“Why not?” he said in an interview with CNN’s Richard Quest at the Globes Israel Business Conference in Tel Aviv. Israel and Iran are not enemies, he added.

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Chutzpah Alert: Nutty Yahoo says nuke negotiators must demand Iran change 'genocidal policy'

Warning the international community to "beware" Iran's intentions, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the United States and other negotiators to demand as part of nuclear talks that the regime "change its genocidal policy" toward the Jewish state.

US Congress ‘threatens world peace’ by hostile Iran policies

The United States Congress continues to "threaten" world peace with its "hostile" policies towards Iran, a political commentator tells Press TV.

The Nuclear Menace: Iran? Are You Serious? Or Delirious?

While alleged representatives of American democracy foam at the mouth over the fictional threat of an Iranian nuclear weapon, the real world existence of thousands of such weapons passes almost without notice. But that’s only in the eyes, ears and forcibly emptied minds of many western consumer-citizens, occupied with going into debt for the holy days of shopping and left with little time to contemplate material reality, especially since it is rarely presented to them in an individually understandable and socially coherent form.

Iran yields to the West's demands

After investing about US$40 billion in its nuclear facilities, Iran has agreed to shutting them nearly all down. This has been done quietly since the government of President Hassan Rouhani took over in August 2013. Some opposition groups see Rouhani as a stooge for the West who is trying to abandon Iran's nuclear program in exchange for the West's support for the survival of the clerical regime in Tehran.

Unindicted US War Criminals v. Iran

Former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and George Shultz are two of America's worst.

Kissinger was an early architect of new world order harshness. He's guilty of multiple crimes of war, against humanity and genocide. Just societies would have imprisoned him long ago.

Congressman: US should nuke Iran nuclear facilities if needed

A hawkish US congressman calls on Washington to use “tactical nuclear weapons” to destroy Iranian nuclear facilities if military action becomes necessary.

EU imposes fresh sanctions on Iran shipping

The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) says the European Union has imposed fresh sanctions against the country by banning Iranian vessels from using its ports and shipping lines despite the recent nuclear deal in Geneva.

EU decision to continue Iran bans illegal

Iran Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham says the European Union decision to maintain sanctions against Iranian firms is a “one-sided and politically-motivated” move which lacks necessary legal basis.

US will not bow to Israel pressure over Iran deal

The Obama administration will not surrender to growing pressure from Israel and some politicians inside the United States regarding the recent nuclear deal with Iran, an analyst says.

Deadly quake hits near Iran nuclear plant

Right on schedule. have a HAARPY Holiday

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Israel Denounces Iran Nuclear Deal, Others Praise Pact

Israel has denounced the world powers' nuclear agreement with Iran, calling it a "bad deal."

P5+1 and Iran agree landmark nuclear deal at Geneva talks

The P5+1 world powers and Iran have struck a historic deal on Tehran’s nuclear program at talks in Geneva on Sunday. Ministers overcame the last remaining hurdles to reach agreement, despite strong pressure from Israel and lobby groups.

Saudis team up with Israel to plan strike against Iran

Although Israel and Saudi Arabia officially have no diplomatic relations - they're rumoured to be preparing a joint bombing campaign against Iran.

The Sunday Times suggests an attack may take place if a new round of international talks fails to produce a deal rolling back Tehran's nuclear power programme.

Israel considers Iran its enemy-number-one, and has long accused the country of working on an atomic bomb, a charge that Iran denies. 

Saudis team up with Israel to plan strike against Iran - report

Russian Foreign Minister Reveals Amended Draft Circulated at 'Last Moment'

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov revealed a crucial detail Thursday about last week’s nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva that explains much more clearly than previous reports why the meeting broke up without agreement.

'State of Emergency': Iran, US relations sour with no nuclear deal and return of sanctions

Despite some progress at the nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva, America's relations with Tehran remain in a so-called "state of emergency". The Obama administration has renewed its sanctions regime first imposed nearly three decades ago after the Islamic revolution.

'State of Emergency': Iran, US relations sour with no nuclear deal & sanctions return

Israel boosts attack on Iran nuclear deal after ‘productive’ Geneva talks

Israel is ramping up its effort to prevent a deal with Iran, which is sees as a serious threat to its national security. It comes after French intervention stalled high-level talks aimed at resolving the conflict over Iran’s nuclear program.

Iran nuclear talks end with no deal but hopes for fresh meetings

A landmark agreement to contain Iran’s nuclear programme stayed just out of reach last night despite hours of talks between John Kerry, the US secretary of state, and his Iranian counterpart.

US lawmakers threaten Iran with new sanctions

Lawmakers from both major political parties in US Congress are still threatening Iran with new sanctions as ongoing nuclear talks in Geneva have appeared to progress.

Israel fury as John Kerry leads nuclear talks with Iran

As John Kerry, the US secretary of state, and William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, arrived in Geneva to negotiate directly with Iran, the Israeli prime minister condemned the possible outcome of their diplomacy.

Netanyahu Launches Anti-Iranian Twitter Campaign

He's obsessed with Iran. He's Israel's worst ever leader. He exceeds Sharonian evil. He responded harshly to Hassan Rohani's election.

Brazil admits spying on Russian and Iranian diplomats

Brazil's government has confirmed it spied on a number of targets, including representatives from Russia, Iran and the US. The confession came after recent reports on unsophisticated surveillance methods used by Brazil’s intelligence agency a decade ago.

Sheldon Adelson: U.S. should drop atomic bomb on Iran

During a panel at Yeshiva University on Tuesday evening, Sheldon Adelson, noted businessman and owner of the newspaper Israel Hayom, suggested that the US should use nuclear weapons on Iran to impose its demands from a position of strength.

'Netanyahu is not bluffing on intention to strike Iran'

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu “is not bluffing” on his intentions to strike Iran, should the Islamic Republic continue its nuclear program for much longer, a former senior Israeli military official told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday.

Ready to detonate: Saudi-backed rebels strap bombs to Geneva-2 talks

As Syria’s rebels refuse to take part in Geneva-2, Saudi Arabia has emerged as the primary state-backer of rebel groups now trying to escalate the Syrian conflict and topple Assad by force.

Syrian opposition sets conditions for Geneva II

The head of the Syrian National Coalition Monday listed conditions that need to be “guaranteed” in order for the main opposition group to participate in the proposed Geneva II conference aimed at solving the 30-month Syrian conflict.

“We do not reject participation in Geneva II but we request guarantees for its success. And if we receive these guarantees we will show them to the military leaders,” Ahmed al-Jarba told reporters.

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