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UN Seeks Iran Nuclear Deal Before Baghdad Talks

The UN's nuclear monitoring agency said its Director General would visit Iran on Sunday, indicating progress has been made in negotiations over Iran's nuclear program. Iranian oil production has dropped 12% due to international economic sanctions. A further drop is expected by July when additional sanctions will take effect.

Afghan Helpers Feel Threatened By Withdrawal of German Troops

Iran may seek tactical gain with UN nuclear deal

US Redefines Afghan Success Ahead of NATO Conference

Yemeni secessionist dangles pledge to fight al Qaeda

US Has Plans to Attack Tehran, Says US Envoy to Israel

Exclusive: Iran flouts UN sanctions, sends arms to Syria: panel

Syrian rebels get influx of arms with gulf neighbors' money, US coordination

US nuclear expert: Iran official linked to past program

Yemenis choose jihad over Iranian support

A senior UN nuclear agency official urged Iran to allow access to a suspected nuclear weapons site. A drawing created by a purported witness depicts a nuclear weapons testing chamber. Recent satellite photos show an effort to clean up the site.

Iran 'could order Hezbollah hit on Israel'

What They Said: India's Balancing Act With the US and Iran - India Real Time

Mystery Surrounds 'Cyberattack' On Iranian Oil Facilities

US institute says sees "new activities" at Iran site

India's PM, Hillary share Pak terror concerns

Analysis: Spinning Iran and al Qaeda, part 2

The Combating Terrorism Center's report on the bin Laden files gets a basic fact about the history of the relationship between Iran and al Qaeda wrong.

Afghanistan: Iranian news agency reporter held on spying charges

Iran held runoff elections for Parliament. President Ahmadinejad's faction suffered a major setback as rival conservative and independent candidates won 52 of 65 seats.