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6 March 2010 9:32
Amid US efforts to unite Latin American nations against Iran, the newly sworn-in Uruguayan president expresses willingness to expand ties with the Islamic Republic.
In a Friday meeting with visiting Iranian Minister of Cooperatives Mohammad Abbasi, Uruguay's Jose Mujica said his country 'intends to bolster its cooperation with Iran,” IRNA reported
The news comes as US Secretary of State Hillary...
6 March 2010 2:02
Iran's envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has urged the top nuclear body to switch its focus from Syria's atomic work to Israel's nuclear arsenal as the main cause for concern.
Ali Asghar Soltanieh read out a statement in the Thursday meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors on the implementation of the Safeguards Agreements in Syria.
6 March 2010 1:00
The visiting Ukrainian president to Russia says he will launch a new direction in ties with the Kremlin, vowing to dramatically boost Kiev-Moscow relations.
"I see my task as ensuring that relations between Russia and Ukraine take a sharp turn in the right direction," Viktor Yanukovich said on Friday in a televised meeting with his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev, AFP...
6 March 2010 0:59
Three more US-led troops have been killed in separate incidents in volatile southern Afghanistan amid the climbing casualty counts among foreign troops.
US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said in a statement that one of its soldiers died in a Thursday bomb strike in an area where Operation Moshtarak is continuing.
According to the ISAF statement, another soldier was killed in...
6 March 2010 0:56
Amid long delays in inauguration of Iran's first nuclear power plant in the southern city of Bushehr, an Iranian official says the plant will go into service in due time.
"The Bushehr power plant will be launched according to schedule by the end of the spring (late June). There is no problem in the process," the Iranian Labor News Agency...
6 March 2010 0:20
Ireland blasts the Israeli siege of the Gaza Strip as "medieval," urging the European Union to pressure Tel Aviv into easing the restrictions.
"I genuinely believe that the medieval siege conditions being imposed on the people of Gaza are unacceptable," wrote Irish Foreign Minister Micheal Martin, in an opinion piece published in the International Herald Tribune.
The already-impoverished coastal sliver...
6 March 2010 0:10
Romania has confirmed its intention to host three batteries of US interceptor missiles on its soil as part of Washington's revamped missile system plan for Eastern Europe.
Bucharest in October expressed readiness to take part in the US missile system plan expected to be operational by 2015.
"This is not a secret. There will be three batteries of eight missiles...