The United States and European Union have cautiously welcomed Iran's offer to resume talks with world powers over its nuclear program.
The global interbank transfer network SWIFT says it is prepared to discontinue services to Iranian financial institutions targeted by European Union sanctions.
Israel's counterterrorism bureau says Iran and its ally, the Lebanese Shi'ite movement Hizballah are plotting attacks against Israelis and Jews worldwide.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says Iran must do more to prove its nuclear program is peaceful.
Incidents involving Jewish diplomats being targeted for attack in the South Caucasus illustrate how Georgia and Azerbaijan risk being drawn into the conflict between Tehran on one side and Israel and the West on the other.
At a summit with his Afghan and Pakistani counterparts, Iran's Mahmud Ahmadinejad has lashed out against foreign interference in the region, saying outsiders are responsible for "all the problems" there.
Thai police say they are searching for two more suspects in the failed attack against Israeli diplomats.
Tehran appears to be trying to develop a personality cult around the four nuclear scientists who have been assassinated over the past two years.
The U.S. Treasury Department has slapped sanctions on Iran's main intelligence organization, accusing it of supporting terrorist groups, committing human rights abuses, and backing the Syrian government's lethal crackdown on its citizens.
The leader of an exiled Iranian opposition group says she has agreed to start relocating residents of a long-disputed dissident camp in Iraq after receiving assurances from the United States about their safety.
Iran has told world powers it is ready to resume stalled nuclear talks at the "earliest" opportunity.
Israel's defense minister has dismissed as exaggerations Iran's latest announcements of major advancements in the Islamic republic’s nuclear program.