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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.

Video appears to show Hezbollah and Iraqi Shiites fighting in Syria

President Ahmadinejad said Iran needed to reduce its dependence on oil revenue to overcome economic sanctions. Iran's state prosecutor said the two main opposition leaders were not competent to run for president in the June elections.

Iran struggles to woo reluctant Egypt

Al Assad is becoming a liability to Iran

Swede in court for violating Iran sanctions

Iran could reach key point for nuclear bomb by mid-2014: U.S. experts

U.S. envoy says Iran working to destabilize Yemen: report

Computer malware targets Europe agencies

Civil War threatens Afghanistan as NATO prepares to leave

Afghan Containers Still Stranded in Pakistan, Iran

The foreign minister invited Egypt's president to visit Tehran, as Iran worked to improve relations with Egypt. Iran's sole nuclear power plant is back at full capacity; another one is to be completed by March.

Concerns over Iran's influence in Afghan media agencies

Iran's oil minister acknowledged that oil exports have fallen by more than 40 percent due to economic sanctions. Iran's leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, warned the Iranians not to criticize upcoming presidential elections.

Iran Targets Dissidents With 30,000-Strong Spy Army

Syria crisis: US decries Assad 'Western puppets' speech

Iran began developing software to control social media networking sites. Although the specific sites was not disclosed, both Facebook and Twitter are popular in the country.