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Chief of Iran's cyber warfare program found shot dead near Tehran

Tehran - Mojtaba Ahmadi, the chief of the Cyber War Headquarters in Iran, was found shot-dead. dead in a wooded area near of Karaj, north-west of Iran's capital, Tehran. It is not clear if this was an assassination.

Eggs and shoe thrown at Iranian President as he returns home

Tehran - Eggs and a shoe were thrown at Iranian President Hassan Rowhani on his return from a United Nations' General Assembly meeting in New York City. The incident happened as hundreds of people thanked him for his diplomatic efforts.

Insight to Iran's 2013 Presidential election

Nearly four years ago, millions of angry Iranians took to the streets to protest President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s second term victory, in what erupted to be a series of violent riots, lasting months.

If Israel attacks Iran, US bases in Middle East will be targeted

Beirut - Lebanon's Iranian-backed militant group, Hezbollah, stated on Monday that Iran could hit U.S. bases in the Middle East, should Israel attack its nuclear facilities.

Obama signs new Iran economic sanctions into law

A new law imposing further sanctions against Iran was signed by U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday. The new sanctions are intended to dissuade foreign banks from dealing with Iran's Central Bank.

Diplomats await Atomic Energy report on Iran's nuclear capacity

Diplomats are bracing themselves for the release of a report documenting fresh insight into Iran's suspected nuclear weapons drive. The report has significance in the wake of growing speculation of a possible attack on the Islamic republic .

Russia says Iran nuclear facility fully operational within weeks

Tehran - Iran’s much-delayed Bushehr nuclear power facility has begun low-level operations for testing and Russia claims the plant is on the “threshold” of being fully operational within weeks, achieving a major milestone in overcoming western propaganda.

Op-Ed: Pakistan's estimated 100 nukes with a new reactor coming online

Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal is about to get an extra boost with a new reactor which is believed to make lightweight warheads possible. Meanwhile, the world is watching as this extremely poor nation develops its weapons.

Iran could bomb US by 2015, according to Department of Defense

Washington - A new Department of Defense report submitted to Congress on Monday states Iran may be able to strike the US with an intercontinental ballistic missile as early as 2015.

Iran Admits to Having Second Uranium-Enrichment Plant

In a letter received this week by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Iran has revealed that it has a second uranium-enrichment plant.

World leaders accuse Iran of building secret nuclear facility

President Obama, along with Prime Minister Gordon Brown and President Nicolas Sarkozy, accused Iran this morning of building a secret underground nuclear plant, saying it has hidden the covert operation for years.

Iranian President Vows to Continue with Nuclear Program

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has declared that his country will not be calling a halt to its program of uranium enrichment and has no intention of negotiating away what he has called the "obvious rights" of the nation.

North Korea Ready for Talks with U.S. over Nuclear Program

Following a meeting in Santa Fe with North Korean diplomats, New Mexico governor Bill Richardson has confirmed that the country whose development of a nuclear capability has caused serious concerns in many parts of the world is ready to negotiate.

Op-Ed: North Korea built an underground missile fueling facility

North Korea built a supposed to be secret missile fueling facility to keep away from spy satellites prying eyes. North Korea is ready to test fire it's long range ballistic missile.

Major World Powers Seek To Add New Sanctions Towards Iran

The five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany have agreed to pursue further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program after it failed to meet a deadline to respond to an incentives package designed to defuse the dispute.

Bush Wants Iran To Reveal Full Extent Of Program

United States President George W. Bush is urging Iran to come clean about everything regarding its nuclear program. He said that the country should reveal the full extent of its program or risk international isolation.

Ahmadinejad at Odds with West over Nuke Program

The President of Iran continues to defy the West’s demands that Iran be more forthcoming and open his county’s nuclear program to international scrutiny. This act of defiance comes even as he faces growing criticism at home for his hard line stance.

North Korea Promises to Shut Down Nuclear Program

Sometimes talking does help. U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill has said that North Korea has agreed to end its nuclear program by the end of the year. The North Korean envoy said his country is willing to "to declare and dismantle" its nuclear program.
 

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (C), flanked by members of his delegation, attends talks over Iran's nuclear programme in Geneva November 22, 2013
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