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World - Iranian official hints at prisoner swap for US reporter

The speaker of Iran`s parliament hinted in a US radio interview at the possibility of a prisoner swap to free detained Iranian-American journalist Jason Rezaian. The comments made to National Public Radio were the latest recent clue that a prisoner swap could be on the table, as US authorities seek to free Rezaian -- held in Iran for over a year on espionage charges -- and other US prisoners. Asked by NPR on Thursday whether he sees a `practical way` that Rezaian and other prisoners could be released, Ali Larijani said: `There are practical ways, of course.

Friday, September 04, 2015  02:38


World - England beats Australia by 5 runs in T20 international

CARDIFF, Wales (AP) England took three wickets in a tight final over from Ben Stokes to seal a five-run win over Australia in a one-off Twenty20 international on Monday.

Monday, August 31, 2015  18:37


Most Recent - Full transcript: Amanpour interviews Ali Larijani

Wednesday, September 02, 2015  18:36


World - Iran speaker expects heated debate on nuclear deal

Iran`s parliament speaker on Thursday said he expected a raucous debate in the Iranian legislature over approval of the nuclear deal which he said could unleash more drama than in the US Congress. Ali Larijani, who backs the agreement reached with the West, declined to say whether he believed lawmakers in the majlis would, in the end, support the deal. `I think maybe the drama in my country will be bigger than that in yours,` Larijani told reporters in New York where he was attending a world conference of parliamentary speakers.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  22:44


Top Stories - Iranian official predicts heated debate on nuclear deal

Parliament speaker Ali Larijani calls the deal good on balance because it would lift sanctions.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  21:50


World - Goal glut as Bhutan, Malaysia suffer

Qatar recorded their biggest victory in international football when they eased past tiny Bhutan 15-0 while the UAE handed Malaysia a 10-0 rout in the Asian Zone World Cup qualifiers on Thursday. Qatar`s win in Doha bettered their earlier record against Afghanistan and Lebanon whom they had beaten 8-0 in the 1980s. Bhutan, a remote Himalayan kingdom, known more for its philosophy of Gross National Happiness than for any notable sporting achievement its national sport is archery endured a nightmarish outing in Doha and trailed 8-0 at half-time in the Group C match that saw Ali Asad and Mohammed Muntari notch up hat-tricks for the hosts.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  21:14


World - Iran parliament debate on nuclear deal will be heated: speaker

By Louis Charbonneau NEW YORK (Reuters) - The speaker of Iran`s parliament on Thursday predicted that the debate among Iranian lawmakers on the nuclear agreement between Tehran and major powers will likely be more dramatic than in the U.S. Congress, where Republicans have sought to kill the deal. Earlier on Thursday Iran`s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he favored a parliamentary vote on the nuclear deal while calling for sanctions against Tehran to be lifted completely rather than suspended. President Hassan Rouhani, a pragmatist whose 2013 election paved the way to a diplomatic thaw with the West and the July 14 nuclear deal, and his allies have opposed a parliamentary vote.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  17:58


World - Iran leader says nuclear deal rests on lifting sanctions

Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned anew Thursday that there could be no nuclear deal with the West if sanctions imposed on Tehran are not lifted. Khamenei, who has the last say in matters of policy, also said he believes Iran`s parliament (majlis) should make up its own mind about landmark July 14 deal struck with six world powers. `I believe... that it is not in the interest of the majlis to be sidelined,` Khamenei said.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  16:46


World - Pakistani official to urge Afghans to stop blame for attacks

By Amjad Ali ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan`s foreign policy chief will meet Afghan leaders on Friday in an effort to ease tensions over attacks by militants who Afghanistan says are based in Pakistan. Sartaj Aziz, foreign affairs adviser to Pakistan`s prime minister, will be in the Afghan capital Kabul for a regional economic conference but will hold other meetings on the sidelines, the foreign ministry said Thursday. A senior Pakistani official told reporters that Aziz would urge Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to end what Islamabad views as inflammatory rhetoric blaming Pakistan for a recent spate of attacks linked to Taliban insurgents and the militant Haqqani network.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  16:28


World - Iran`s Khamenei backs parliamentary vote on nuclear deal with powers: state TV

Iran`s Supreme Leader said on Thursday he backed a parliamentary vote on a historic nuclear deal reached with six major powers and said sanctions against his country should be lifted completely rather than suspended, state television reported. `The parliament should not be sidelined on the nuclear deal issue ... I am not saying lawmakers should approve the deal or reject it. It is up to them to decide,` Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  11:36

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