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Ansar Iran, a Sunni jihadist group, released a video threatening retaliation in the event of Iranian attempts to dismantle the group's camps. EU head Catherine Ashton said the next round of talks on Iran's nuclear program will begin in November. Talks today ended with no breakthrough, despite Iran's offer to allow unannounced IAEA inspections of its nuclear facilities.




Arms Supplies to Hamas Disrupted by Egyptian Siege




Israel, Arab states work together to battle Iran's nuclear plan




US Weighs Letting Iran Keep Nuclear-Enrichment Facilities




Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi rejected the West's demand that enriched uranium be shipped out of the country. Speaking of negotiations on Iran's nuclear program, US Secretary of State Kerry said that "no deal is better than a bad deal."




The exiled dissident National Council of Resistance claimed that Iran is quietly moving a nuclear weaponization research and planning center to a site in a defense ministry complex in Tehran ahead of talks with world powers on the Iranian nuclear program. Semi-official media said "counterrevolutionary armed guerrillas" killed five members of the Revolutionary Guards near the Kurdish town of Baneh, close to the Iraqi border.




Iranian dissidents say Tehran moving nuclear research site




Turkey's Spymaster Plots Own Course on Syria




Iran parliament denies 'uranium surplus' report




Iran Readies Offer to Limit Its Nuclear Program




Rouhani, on Iranian TV in May, detailed how he broke nuclear pledge




Authorities arrested four people suspected of trying to sabotage one of Iran's nuclear plants. Iran's nuclear chief said a couple of acts of sabotage had been foiled.




Biggest hurdle to deal on Iranian nuclear program may be talking about the past




U.S. and Israel Share a Goal in Iran Talks, but Not a Strategy




The Rise of Persian Salafism




Mojtaba Ahmadi, the head of Iran's Cyber Warfare command, was found dead in a woods outside Karaj over the weekend. He had been assassinated at close range. Iran is preparing a proposal for upcoming talks on its nuclear program; the proposal will insist on the ability to enrich uranium domestically and to take advantage of nuclear technology.




The €20bn mystery: Could Iran be the owner of huge cash stash at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport?




Iran's secret trade links to bypass sanctions




Iran's Holocaust-denial trickery may point to nuclear duplicity as well




U.S. Says Iran Hacked Navy Computers