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U.S. said to be target of massive cyber-espionage campaign

Hezbollah moves into south Lebanon villages

Iran and Hezbollah build militia networks in Syria in event that Assad falls, officials say

Exclusive: U.N. monitors see arms reaching Somalia from Yemen, Iran

President Ahmadinejad said he is ready to have talks with the US if the West stops pressuring his country over its nuclear program. Hundreds of thousands of pro-government supporters celebrated the 34th anniversary of the Islamic revolution that ousted the shah in 1979.

Insight: Iran nuclear fuel move may avert mid-year crisis

Iran political bickering heats up as election approaches

Iran's ambassador to Bulgaria denied that his country was involved in a bombing that killed five Israelis in Bulgaria last year. After the attack, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu had accused Hezbollah and Iran of waging a terror campaign.

Iran's leader Khamenei rejected an offer from the US for direct talks over its nuclear program. State television broadcast videos it said were taken from a US spy drone captured in December 2011. The US and Western nations imposed a new round of economic sanctions on Iran.

Ahmadzai Claims Spy Agencies Oppose Afghan Local Police

New details on Burgas attack emerge as search intensifies for those responsible

Officials from several countries are said to be trying to find two members of Hezbollah alleged to be behind the Burgas terror attack. Meanwhile, new details on the attack have been released by those involved in the investigation.

Ahmadinejad visits Cairo: How sect tempers Islamist ties between Egypt, Iran

At the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation summit in Cairo, President Ahmadinejad called for a strategic alliance with Egypt and proposed a loan to the cash-strapped country. Egypt's response was cool.

Prominent al Qaeda leader killed in drone strike in 2012

Abd el Kader Mahmoud Mohamed el Sayed was a close advisor to al Qaeda emir Ayman al Zawahiri and served as a military commander in Afghanistan before he was killed. El Sayed was involved in the Luxor massacre and, while living in Milan, was recorded by Italian intelligence discussing terror plots against the West.

Why Argentina is reaching out to Iran

Bulgaria: Hezbollah behind Burgas terror attack

Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov announced that the identity of three of those involved in the attack is known and that at least two of them are members of Hezbollah.

An ally of President Ahmadinejad was arrested by his opponents, highlighting a schism in Iran's politics. Ahmadinejad traveled to Egypt, becoming the first Iranian leader to do so since 1979. Iran agreed to a new round of talks with world powers over its nuclear program.

Iran's Ahmadinejad in Egypt on historic visit

Bulgaria to blame Hezbollah and Iran for Burgas attack

Bulgaria is prepared to release an investigative report that will blame Hezbollah and Iran for the Burgas terror attack that killed five Israeli tourists and one Bulgarian national.

Israeli ex-military intelligence chief says Iran could have nuclear bomb in 4-6 months