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Unrest encircles Saudis, stoking sense of unease




UN nuclear body may highlight Iran military concerns




Egypt will allow two Iranian warships to use the Suez Canal. Protests against the government are planned for Sunday. Iran hanged six men accused of smuggling drugs.




Afghanistan - Radio Azadi's SMS service hits 100,000 subscribers




According to the IAEA, Iran continues to upgrade its ability to enrich uranium ore into weapons-grade material. A senior ayatollah called for Iranian opposition leaders to be jailed.




Hezbollah leader warns of border conflict




A plan to allow two Iranian warships to pass through the Suez Canal en route to Syria has been canceled. A new US intelligence assessment said that the Iranian regime is split on how to proceed with its nuclear program due to international sanctions.




US spies: Iran split on nuclear program




Russian foreign minister criticises the West for supporting Arab protests




Iran's Natanz nuclear facility recovered quickly from Stuxnet cyberattack




Opposition leaders said they would "pay any price" to bring reform to the country. Human rights groups pressed the UN to denounce the recent round of executions in Iran. Israeli President Peres said he hopes anti-government protesters bring down the Iranian regime.




Egypt leaders found 'off' switch for Internet




The US State Department supported Iranian protests in solidarity with Egypt and Tunisia. The Iranian parliament condemned the protests and instructed security forces to crack down. Russia announced that it will not support future sanctions against Iran.




German terrorists pass through Yemen, meet Awlaki, before joining IMU in Pakistan

Abu-Ibrahim-al-Almani.JPGAbu Ibrahim al Almani and his brother Abu Adam fought in Yemen for a year before moving to Pakistan on the advice of Anwar al Awlaki. Their move to Pakistan was "very professionally organized."


Syria stonewalls on site IAEA wants to see: sources




Police fired teargas at protesters in Tehran and detained dozens during violent clashes. Protests were also held in Isfahan, Mashhad, and Shiraz. Opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi was also placed under house arrest.




Ahmadinejad: 'Iran has a definite nuclear right'




Egypt - The beginning of a new struggle




Hezbollah hails Egypt's 'historic victory'




NATO Afghan civilian representative to be replaced