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US Is Quietly Getting Ready for Syria Without Assad

US officials are considering establishing a direct military hotline with Iran. Iranian forces would finish off the Kurdish rebel group, PJAK, "in the coming days", said Iran's ground forces commander. Iranian authorities have arrested a group of filmmakers and accused them of working for the BBC Persian service, which is banned in the country.

US Weighs a Direct Line to Tehran

Iran has provided sniper units to kill Syrian protesters targeted by the regime of President Bashar Assad. Belarus is the latest country that Western powers suspect of helping Iran to skirt UN sanctions aimed at preventing Tehran from expanding its ballistic missile and nuclear programs.

Turkey "may act with Iran against PKK in Iraq"

The head of Iran's Civil Defense Organization said Iran needs to work out a new paradigm and model for defense against cyber attacks. A court set a $500,000 bail for two US hikers in custody for spying.

Alarmed West dismisses Iran nuclear "charm offensive"

Iraq: Iranian connected militia member arrested

Berlin Terror Suspects: Alleged Connections to Afghanistan

Middle East: Iran praises sacking of Israeli embassy in Cairo

Beyond Cairo, Israel Sensing a Wider Siege

Counterfeit Dollars Flooding Afghanistan

Many Iraqis Have Second Thoughts as US Exit Nears

The 9/11 Decade

Google has advised users of its online services in Iran to change their passwords following the theft of Internet security certificates from a Dutch company. In its offensive against Kurdish PJAK rebels, Iranian forces killed the PJAK second in command and the PJAK killed an Iranian Republican Guard general.

The Iranian president made an appeal to Syria to end violence and open dialogue with opposition. "A military solution is never the right solution," Ahmadinejad said. US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said revolution in Iran appears to be a matter of time, and the Iranian reform movement was learning from revolts in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Syria.

Pakistan to speed up Iran gas pipeline

In Afghanistan's Panjshir, disquiet over Taliban reconciliation

Iran warns Turkey about NATO's defense system

Appeal denied for HIG facilitator detained at Gitmo

Shawali-Khan.jpgThe DC Circuit Court denied a Guantanamo detainee's appeal yesterday. The detainee, Shawali Khan, was a facilitator for Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin prior to his capture in 2002. According to a leaked file, Khan's cell in Kandahar received weapons and other support from Iran.