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  • Study finds parts of Japan no longer safe for farming

     
    A team of international researchers has found that levels of radioactive material in farmland in parts of northeastern Japan exceed safety standards. The study found that Fukushima prefecture was “highly contaminated” after the Fukushima...
  • Iranian police raid offices of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's press aide

     
    REPORTING FROM TEHRAN AND BEIRUT -- The drama surrounding Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s top media advisor, who was reportedly sentenced to jail for an article deemed offensive to Islamic values, took a tumultuous turn Monday. The media...
  • Iranian protesters storm British Embassy in Tehran

     
    Protesters seize British Embassy in Iran: Hundreds of demonstrators stormed the British Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday to protest sanctions imposed on Iran, chanting “Death to Britain” and setting fire to the British, American and Israeli flags....
  • Iranian lawmakers vote to expel British ambassador

     
    Iran's parliament has voted to downgrade diplomatic and economic relations with Britain, according to Iranian media reports. The vote could lead to the expulsion of British Ambassador Dominick Chilcott....
  • Britain promises 'serious consequences' for embassy attacks

     
    British Embassy in Iran attacked: Britain is promising “serious consequences” after hundreds of demonstrators stormed its embassy and another diplomatic compound in Tehran....
  • Jobless man reportedly hurls shoes at Iran President Ahmadinejad

     
    Iran A man allegedly upset about losing his job and not receiving benefits hurled a pair of shoes at Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during a speech in a northern city Monday...
  • Report: Japan, utility at fault for response to nuclear disaster

     
    Japan's response to the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was flawed by poor communication and delays in releasing data on dangerous radiation leaks, a government-appointed investigative panel has found....
  • Clinton assails Iran's nuclear enrichment program

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has condemned Iran’s decision to begin uranium enrichment at a covertly built underground bunker near Qom, Iran, saying it brought Tehran “a significant step closer” to gaining the ability to...
  • U.S., Israel postpone military exercise amid tension with Iran

     
    The United States and Israel agreed to postpone a large joint military exercise this spring until late in the year to avoid aggravating an already tense regional situation driven by conflicts with Iran, Israeli media reported Sunday....
  • North Korea nuclear deal tied to food aid

     
    North Korea’s willingness to readmit nuclear weapons inspectors and suspend key parts of its weapons program is linked to a condition the U.S. has long-insisted should not be part of any nuclear talks: providing the North Koreans with desperately...
  • Iran continues defiance over nuclear program, U.N. agency reports

     
    Iran is continuing to defy the international community by refusing to answer key questions about its nuclear program, the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog agency declared in a report issued Friday....