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Foreign office minister Alistair Burt has warned that "miscalculations" about the extent of Iran's nuclear programme are
The UN Security Council meeting on Syria in February 2012 should have made it clear that none of the members of the committee care for the suffering of thousands of people paying the price in Syria; it should also tell us that the game is ongoing and seems to be escalating.
As the internet swarms with reaction to Ofcom's decision to take Press TV off the Sky platform in the UK, the channel is further discrediting itself by ignoring the claims of foul play. Instead of taking the necessary steps to stay on air and protect its employees, Press TV claims this is the end of free speech in Britain.
Iran's enrichment of nuclear material at an underground facility represents a "further escalation" of its violation of UN
If it is true that wars begin in the minds of men then Iran and Western powers have been at a state of war for some time. Martial rhetoric has been accompanied by steady military build-up and unprecedented diplomatic shut-down as each side throws away their steering wheel in this most dangerous of games of chicken.
Philip Hammond is to warn Iran that any attempt to block the Strait of Hormuz, a vital shipping lane, would be "illegal and
Iran has threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz, a vital route for the oil trade, if the West widens sanctions against
The Iranian foreign minister has expressed regret about the storming of Britain's embassy in Tehran by demonstrators, German
Iranian diplomats have begun to leave the UK after a deadline for their departure expired. Foreign Secretary William Hague
The European Union has agreed to impose fresh sanctions on Iran following a report by the UN's atomic agency that said Tehran