Iran dismisses UN resolution, threatening counter measures
Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Wednesday it is western powers that would suffer from the new sanctions against Tehran, noting it is a mistake only adds pressure to the West, local satellite Press TV reported. >>

U.S. hails new UN resolution on Iran
"This resolution will put in place the toughest sanctions ever faced by the Iranian government, and it sends an unmistakable message about the international community's commitment to stopping the spread of nuclear weapons," Obama told reporters. >>

Brazil, Turkey vote against UNSC draft resolution on Iran sanctions
Brazil and Turkey, the two non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, on Wednesday voted against the draft resolution of the UN Security Council to impose new sanctions against Iran. Lebanon abstained from the vote. >>


UN Security Council adopts new Iran sanctions resolution
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Iran hopes for constructive October talks with major powers

ElBaradei: IAEA to inspect Iran's new uranium plant on Oct. 25

Iran displayed its ballistic missile

Report: Trial of post-election protestors resumes in Iran
Iran's Stance more >>
- Iranian president says not to take Clinton's words "seriously"
- Iran still ready for fuel swap
- Iran parliament pushes to downgrade relations with Britain
- Iran receives new nuclear fuel proposal from U.S., Russia, France
- Iran says enrichment of 20% uranium not against NPT
- Iran informs IAEA about 20 pct uranium enrichment plan
- Iran informs IAEA about higher-grade uranium enrichment plan
- Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant "one test away from operation": report
- Iran unveils home-built flight simulator for Boeing 737: report
- West's sanctions have no impact on Iran's national economy: official
World Reactions more >>
- Israeli PM calls for "crippling sanctions" against Iran
- Israel center stage as U.S. builds coalition against Iran
- Iran encouraging Mideast nuclear arms race, U.S. warns
- U.S. warns Iran of defiance's consequences
- Iran becoming military dictatorship, Clinton warns
- Germany threatens new sanctions against Iran
- Russia says Iranian decision casts doubt on nuclear program
- U.S. developing sanctions against Iran: Obama
- World powers hold off on Iranian sanctions
- Three men accused of exporting nuclear technology to Iran
Analysis/Commentary
- Fueling nuclear solutions
- Talks on Iran's nuclear issue: Another round of tough wrangling
- News Analysis: Iran's parliament stresses role in nuclear talks to safeguard "inalienable rights"
- Will Iran, U.S. have direct talks?
- Path to restore U.S.-Iran relations "rough"
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China's Attitude
- Senior CPC official meets Iranian guest
- China calls for more diplomacy after Iran starts 20% uranium enrichment
- China calls for enhanced contacts to resolve Iran nuclear issue
- China urges diplomacy instead of sanctions on Iran
- China eyes consensus on Iran's nuclear-fuel supply issue
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