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Iran increasing Syrian regime aid, Clinton warns




Iran has told the UN nuclear agency it plans to upgrade the equipment at its Natanz plant, accelerating the production of enriched uranium. Iran's oil exports rose as it circumvented economic sanctions.




Iran, Israel and Their Red Lines Over Syria




Sanctioning Iran: Analyzing the Response from China, Japan and South Korea




More security for Israeli diplomats in India




Iran fuel may be part of U.S.-funded Afghan supply deals: report




Israeli PM says only U.S. military strike can halt Iran's nuke program




Day after Alleged Sabotage at Fordow: Hardly the Expected Emergency Response




Families of servicemen killed in attack to get Iran money




Exclusive: Iran crude oil exports rise to highest since EU sanctions




Iran Cracks Down on Journalists Ahead of Elections




Iran calls for Muslim countries to patrol Gulf




Hezbollah and the Qods Force in Iran's Shadow War with the West




Iran boosts electricity export in western Afghanistan




Iran nuclear impasse likely to continue




A senior official said Iran would consider any attack on Syria as an attack on itself. The statement followed a similar comment in September 2012 when a military official said Iran would take action if the US attacked Syria.




US adds wanted Saudi al Qaeda leader to terrorism list

Ahmed Abdullah Saleh al Khazmari al Zahrani, who is better known as Abu Maryam al Zahrani, is thought to be based in Pakistan and has been spotted in Iran.


Iran courts restart of nuke talks, but snubs UN




US, Iran Running Low On Options Over Nuclear Program




UN inspectors and Iran failed to reach an agreement over inspection of a nuclear sites. The most important site is the Parchin military complex southeast of Tehran, where explosives testing for the nuclear weapons program is believed to have been carried out.