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Hiding in Iran, Raising Suspicions in Europe

Talking to the Enemy: How German Diplomats Opened Channel to Taliban

The US has said Iran's uranium enrichment at an underground bunker was a "further escalation." Russia expressed regret and concern. Europe and Japan moved forward with plans to cut Iranian oil imports.

Pentagon Tries to Counter Low-Cost but Potent Weapons

The IAEA confirmed Iran has started uranium enrichment in an underground bunker. Iran imposed a death sentence on an American man accused of spying. China rejected sanctions on Iranian oil, but it cut Iranian oil purchases anyway.

Iran Trumpets Nuclear Ability at Second Location

President Ahmadinejad will visit Latin America in an attempt to gain local support. The US expelled the Venezuelan consul general over links to an Iranian cyberattack plot. Iran's Bushehr nuclear reactor will reach full capacity within weeks.

Iran Will Soon Move Uranium Work Underground, Official Says

Terror on Trial | William Shawcross on Legal Proceedings Against Extremists

The UK threatened military action if Iran attempted to close the Gulf of Hormuz. Western nations prepared contingency plans in case Iranian oil supplies are cut off. Iran prepared to move uranium enrichment into underground bunkers. Iran mounted a crackdown on internet cafes.

Royal Navy sends its mightiest ship to take on the Iranian show of force in the Gulf

For Iranians Held by Pirates, US to the Rescue

No comment on Mullah Omar's claim: US

Iran Mounts New Web Crackdown

Iran plans more war games in strait as sanctions bite

Iraqi Moves to Embrace Militia Open New Fault Lines

Iran intensifies efforts to influence policy in Afghanistan

Ansar al Islam names new leader

Ansar-al-Islam-banner.jpgAnsar al Islam, an al Qaeda-linked terror group based in northern Iraq, named Abu Hashim Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman al Ibrahim as its new emir.

Iran warned US aircraft carriers not to return to the Persian Gulf after the USS Stennis exited the gulf. The US dismissed the warning. France said it was convinced Iran was developing nuclear weapons and called for stricter economic sanctions.

Iran test fired "long-range" shore-to-sea and surface-to-surface missiles, called Qader (Capable) and Nour (Light). The value of Iran's currency fell 10 percent following new US sanctions against Iran's central bank. Iran closed a border point with Pakistan after a Pakistani border force detained three Iranian guards for crossing the border and killing a man.