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Exclusive: Sanctions trap billions of Iran petrodollars in Korea




Somalia heads terrorism risk, South Sudan in top 5: survey




Why Is Argentina Appeasing Iran?




Jihadist with same name as Zawahiri's deputy reported killed

A jihadist who shares the same name as Ayman al Zawahiri's deputy and Osama bin Laden's son-in-law is said to have been killed. As the martyrdom announcement was not released through official al Qaeda channels, the report is unconfirmed.


US Sees Iranian, al Qaeda Alliance




Treasury targets Iran's 'secret deal' with al Qaeda

Atiyah_Rahman.jpgThe US Treasury Department designated six al Qaeda members who work for a terror network based in Iran. One of the six leaders designated today was identified as al Qaeda's "operations chief" earlier this month; he was also reported to be involved in plotting an attack set to coincide with the tenth anniversary of 9/11.


Russia's envoy to NATO said that the US may use the European missile defense shield as "a pretext for preparing an attack on Iran." Iran said it would continue to attack PJAK bases until Iraq deploys forces to the border.




US Loses Ally as Iraqi General Waits for Trial




Iran revolutionary guards' commander set to become president of Opec




As Egypt charts new foreign policy course, away from US line, Iran hopes to warm ties




Iran has nominated a senior leader in the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps to lead OPEC. Two IRGC soldiers and 21 Kurdish rebels were killed during fighting near the Iraqi border.




Afghanistan - Concerns over Rise in Arms Smuggling From Pakistan




Norway - Muslims, Among Victims, Seek Solace




Iran Redistributes Wealth in Bid to Fight Sanctions




General Dempsey said Iran would make a "serious miscalculation" if it attempted to carry out a mass casualty attack against US forces in Iraq. Iran's chief of police blamed the West for the current rise in crime.




Iran: Leaders clash on arming foreign militants, 'trading drugs for arms'




Weapons Retrieved in Iraq Point to Iran




Foreign nations push into space as US pulls back




Iran accused the US and Israel of murdering a scientist who was involved with Iran's nuclear program. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said an Iranian naval presence on the high seas "has made enemies nervous and worried."




The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps denied that it shot down an unmanned US spy plane over a nuclear enrichment plant. An Iranian nuclear scientist and his wife were murdered in front of their home in Tehran.