John Kerry seeks breakthrough in troubled Iran nuclear talks

 Troubled Iran nuclear talks enter the make-or-break endgame Friday as US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart seek a breakthrough just days ahead of a deadline.

US diplomats walk out of Tunisia ceremony after Iran jibe

US diplomats on Friday walked out of the ceremony to celebrate Tunisia`s new constitution after Iran`s representative made "false accusations" about Washington undermining the Arab Spring uprisings, the embassy said.

FIFA chief urges Iran to admit women to stadiums

FIFA chief Sepp Blatter appealed to the Iranian authorities today to end the ban on women attending men`s football matches in force since the 1979 Islamic revolution.

Iran speaker eyes surplus uranium

Iran has more enriched uranium than it needs and plans to use that as a bargaining chip at nuclear talks in Geneva next week, Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said on Wednesday.

`Good results` on India`s oil payment issue: Larijani

Iran on Thursday indicated that some ways might have been found to address the issue of Indian payments for Iranian oil in wake of the financial sanctions against it.

Iran’s Parliament Speaker arrives in Syria for talks

Iran`s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani arrived in the Syrian capital of Damascus on Friday for a brief visit to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Iran, Russia ties key to `regional, global peace`

Iran and Russia have common views on a large number of international issues, Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has said.

`Iran, Pakistan can establish peace in the region`

Pakistan`s Senate chairman Syed Nayyer Hussain Bukhari emphasised the need for increasing trade between Islamabad and Tehran.

US ordered massacre of the region`s people, says Iran

Iran said said `massacre` in Libya and Bahrain takes place on US`s orders.

West doesn`t differentiate between jihad, terror: Larijani

Iranian Parliament speaker opposes "foreign interference" in Islamic States.

Iran`s Larijani visits Nagasaki, calls nukes threat to humans

Speaker of the Iranian Parliament Ali Larijani after arriving in Nagasaki on Saturday said that the people in the world should stand up for a nuclear-free world as it still pose a threat to humanity.

Ali Larijani defends Iran’s nuclear policy

Iran was within its international
obligations when it enriched some of its uranium stockpile
earlier this month and should not be subjected to UN sanctions
over its nuclear programme, its parliament speaker said on Thursday.

Iran to review ties with countries over IAEA vote

Iran`s Parliament will review the Islamic republic`s relations with countries that voted against its nuclear activities at the International Atomic Energy Agency last week, the speaker said on Thursday.

Iran nuclear issue can be solved diplomatically: Larijani

Iran`s controversial nuclear issue can still be solved diplomatically, Parliament speaker Ali Larijani said on Monday, a day after Tehran revealed plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment plants.

Iran MPs want reduced ties with UN atomic watchdog

Iranian lawmakers on Sunday demanded the government of hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reduce ties with the UN atomic watchdog after it censured Tehran for building a new nuclear plant.

Top Iran officials question UN-brokered nuclear deal

Top Iranian figures criticised on Saturday a UN-brokered deal to produce nuclear fuel for Tehran from its own partly enriched uranium, apparently contradicting what President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad himself had proposed.

Iran Prez’s rivals rise within conservative camp

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad doesn`t have to look to the street protests or angry Web sites to get a sense of challenges ahead for his disputed second term.