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Iraq's spiral into chaos exposes many weaknesses




Iranian perspectives on the crisis in Iraq




Foreign policy expert says US deal with Iran could unhinge Mideast




Iran's Khamenei warns supporters of Syrian rebels




Israel-Egypt anti-terrorism cooperation at zenith




Iran's Levantine strategy




The Revolutionary Guards are reportedly recruiting Afghan refugees to fight alongside Assad regime forces in Syria. A senior Guards commander recently claimed that Iran has trained an extra 130,000 soldiers ready to back up Assad's forces if need be.




Centrifuges emerge as key sticking point in Iran nuclear talks




Hezbollah cutting costs as Iranian aid dries up




Hagel talks to Saudis about Syria, Iran




Iran's liberal media continue decline under Rouhani




ISIS: Al Qaeda urged militants not to attack Iran




'Iran owes al Qaeda invaluably,' ISIS spokesman says




UN experts' report shows Iran's deceptive procurement tactics




Christians persecuted at alarming rate in Iran, Arab world, US report says




Exclusive: Iran's illicit procurement appears to slow amid nuclear talks - UN experts




IAEA seeks detonator clarification from Tehran




Iran may seal border with Pakistan




Former US diplomat warns of possible 'grave mistake' in Syria




Iran claimed to have watered down over 440 pounds of enriched uranium pursuant to its agreement with world powers, and offered to redesign the Arak heavy water reactor to reduce plutonium output. Tehran criticized the US decision that applied Iran sanctions law to seize a Manhattan skyscraper and sell the assets. A Senate bill that withholds US visa approval for any UN nominee who has been involved in terrorism was signed into law yesterday, impeding the appointment of Hamid Aboutalebi, Iran's proposed ambassador to the UN, who is linked to the 1979 hostage crisis.