After Election, Iran Problem Presses on ObamaIran, in a new challenge to the reelected President Obama, said it was willing to speak about nuclear issues anytime, anywhere
White House: Talks With Iran Certainly PossibleU.S. President Barack H. Obama could conceivably conduct talks with Iran, the White House said, although none were scheduled
Iran Claims it was Target of Cyber AttackIran claims a cyber attack was sent to stall the country's nuclear ambitions.
Ayalon: US, Israel Closer than Ever on IranThe Deputy Foreign Minister says that the U.S. and Israel are not far apart on setting red lines for Iran's nuclear program
Top Iranian: 'War with Israel is Practically Inevitable'For the first time, Iran has acknowledged the probability of open armed conflict with Israel
Iranian Commander Reiterates Need to Annihilate 'Zionist Regime'Top Iranian official: threats and sanctions will not deter the regime from “its revolutionary causes and ideals.”
Austrian Minister: Lieberman is 'Unbearable'Austria's defense minister lashed out against Israel this weekend, calling Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman “unbearable.”
Iran Hangs Alleged Israeli 'Mossad Agent'Iran hanged a man the regime alleges was an agent for the Israeli Mossad and convicted of killing one of its nuclear scientists in 2010.
Images Suggest Cleanup at Iranian Nuclear FacilityNew satellite photographs suggest that Iran is cleansing a military site south of Tehran suspected of being used for nuclear-weapons work.
Israel Buys Sixth German SubmarineDolphin submarine is armed with torpedo tubes, is reputed to be able to carry nuclear-tipped Popeye missiles.
Krauthammer: Israel Will Not Tolerate Threats of AnnihilationKrauthammer: "Israel was established to prevent a second Holocaust, not to invite one"; says strike on Iran is inevitable.
Iranian Official: Better Not Consider Attacking IranMassoud Jazayeri: Israel, US in no position to even consider launching an attack against Iran; such actions will lead to grave consequences.
Protesting Against Iran - There is a PrecedentGiuliano Ferrara, a former communist and the editor of the conservative daily Il Foglio, which he founded in 1996, took the initiative for a one-and-only march against Iran.