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Iran's foreign minister said "Iran is ready to show flexibility" in talks over its nuclear program. Iran would halt further uranium enrichment in exchange for a guaranteed supply and acknowledgment of Iran's right to enrich uranium.

Western intelligence sees 'small signs of wavering' on Iran nuclear policy

As Sanctions Bite, West And Tehran Play Risky Game

US warning reflects fears of Iranian cyberattack

Hezbollah takes responsibility for last week's drone over Israel

Just a couple of hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu charged that Hezbollah was responsible for the drone sent over Israel on Oct. 6, Hezbollah took responsibility.

Iran aids Syria in tracking opposition via electronic surveillance, U.S. officials say

Westerners With Syrian Ties Trickle In to Help Rebels

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Iran repelled cyberattacks against its communication networks on offshore oil and gas platforms. A think tank estimated Iran could produce enough enriched uranium for a nuclear bomb within two to four months.

Iran withdrew 275 members of its elite Qods Force from Syria. The force had been supporting the Assad regime.

Iran's currency chaos rattles leaders but fails to threaten grip

Citing US Fears, Arab Allies Limit Aid to Syrian Rebels

Israeli Air Force shoots down foreign drone

IAF-drone-shootdown.jpgOn Saturday morning the Israeli Air Force shot down a foreign drone in the northern Negev. The origin of the drone is currently unknown, but early theories point to Hezbollah or Iran.

In a bid to restart nuclear talks, Iran converted a third of its highly enriched uranium into a powder that is difficult to reprocess into weapons. Iran's proposal for a partial suspension of uranium enrichment was rejected by the US. Clerics called the near collapse of the national currency a US-led conspiracy to wage economic war on Iran.

Iran regime fears widespread chaos over rial collapse

Sanctions, currency chaos igniting unrest in outcast Iran

Russia keeps door open to Pakistan after Putin cancels trip

As Rial Slides, So Do Iranians' Dreams

Clashes and Protest Over Iran Currency Plunge Hit Tehran

In Tehran, riot police clashed with demonstrators protesting against President Ahmadinejad, blaming him for the plummeting currency. Cyberattacks on Iranian infrastructure and communications companies disrupted internet services.