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The Netherlands suspended ties with Iran after a Dutch citizen was executed by Iranian officials. The defense minister said Iran is developing new missiles and satellites, while President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Iran would put a man in space by 2021.

Comment: Recent unrest in Arab world is not about us

Ayatolah Khatami said the political unrest in Egypt and the Middle East is "inspired by Iran's Islamic revolution." Iran hanged a Dutch-Iranian woman after accusing her of smuggling.

Iran, the Muslim Brotherhood, and revolution

Iran sees rise of Islamic hard-liners

Stan McChrystal recounts US roadblocks to Taliban manhunt

Iran: Online Islamic law encylopedia 'Wiqifiqh' launched

Pakistan seeks US security for gas pipeline

Tehran announced that the Bushehr nuclear power plant will open on April 9. Iran may stop oil shipments to India if payment problems are not resolved.

Sadr's return short-lived after threats from Asaib al Haq

Iran's deputy foreign minister reiterated Tehran's peaceful intentions for its nuclear program. UK banks froze the account of Iran's English news service, PressTV. A series of earth quakes hit Iran's Kerman province.

Nuclear weapons risk spreading due to impasse: Ban

President Ahmadinejad lashed out at his political rivals during a recent speech. Israel's Vice President said Iran is taking Lebanon hostage by supporting Hezbollah in political upheaval. Germany sent senior diplomats to Iran to secure the release of imprisoned journalists.

The head of military intelligence for the Israeli Knesset said that sanctions are not delaying advances in Iran's nuclear program. Venezuela will resume gasoline shipments to Iran after a two-year break.

Shooting to kill on the Iran-Afghan border

Protests as Hezbollah poised to form Lebanon government

ISAF says Taliban lead Afghan war from Pakistan and elsewhere using cell phones

France is pushing for tougher sanctions on Iran after failed international negotiations. The US' point man on he sanctions regime against Iran is set to retire. Law enforcement officials in Tehran announced the creation of a new cyber police force to monitor the internet.

Tony Blair links Iran and al Qaeda

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discussed the "link" between Iran and al Qaeda in his testimony before the Iraq Inquiry on Friday. Blair cited British intelligence reports pointing to collusion between the two in Iraq, and urged UK officials to look at the issue in a "broader context" as well.

The US and the European Union are "disappointed" over the latest round of failed nuclear talks with Iran. Iran's chief nuclear negotiator said there is no need for direct talks with the US.