AFP, Vienna, 18 Nov 2011 - The UN atomic watchdog’s board was expected Friday to approve a resolution of ‘deep and increasing concern’ about Iran’s nuclear activities after a damning new report from the Vienna-based body.
AFP, United Nations, 10 Nov 2011 - UN leader Ban Ki-moon has ‘serious concern’ about military dimensions in Iran’s nuclear drive and it is up to the Tehran government to prove its peaceful intentions, a spokesman said Thursday.
By Alireza Jafarzadeh
Special to McClatchy Newspapers
McCaltchy Newspapers, 15 Nov 2011 - Since the Nov. 8, 2011, release of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s latest report about Iran’s nuclear program, Tehran has waged an all-out campaign to dismiss the IAEA’s findings, while implicitly threatening the world with a terrorist response.
AFP, Honolulu, 12 Nov 2011 - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Iran on Friday to address the latest concerns about its nuclear weapons program urgently and said the United States was consulting with its allies.
AFP, Washington, 15 Nov 2011 - The United States is weighing new sanctions aimed at Iran’s central bank but must tread carefully to avoid handing Tehran unintended gains or alienating young Iranians, US officials said Tuesday.
By John Hughes
Christian Science Monitor, 10 Nov 2011 - President Obama has suddenly been confronted by a bubbling challenge from Iran he almost certainly would have preferred to avoid during a presidential election year.
By Stephen Collinson
AFP, Honolulu, Hawaii, 12 November 2011 - President Barack Obama will Saturday personally impress upon the leaders of Russia and China deep US concerns over a UN watchdog’s report that Iran has worked on nuclear weapons systems.
AFP, Washington, 8 Nov 2011 -Roberta Jacobson, the US official nominated to be the top US diplomat for Latin America, told members of Congress Tuesday that if ratified she would focus on democracy and Iran’s influence in the region.