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Robert Baer tells LA KPFK radio that strike on Tehran likely to happen before vote on Palestinian state, that PM wants US to be involved.
Some 60 years later, in Baghdad the Jews are a ghostly memory.
There is no evidence Tehran's serious about curbing nuclear program, senior Israeli official says.
Officials from Obama administration stress intention to maintain a tough stance during Iran talks.
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDE
Two American men seek damages from Rumsfeld, others for developing, authorizing, using harsh interrogation techniques against them in Iraq.
Even as ground insurgency grows, Baghdad aims to buy 36 aircraft to protect its skies; Original order was to start arriving in 2013.
By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN / THE MEDIA LINE
Tehran wrote twice to P5+1 seeking meetings before Moscow talks, received no response, according to Iranian news agency.
Iranian Foreign ministry spokesman urges easing of sanctions, saying, "This approach of pressure won't work."
US official says Israeli concerns that "time is running out" on Iran nuclear issue justified, but diplomatic path must be exhausted.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Institute for Science and International Security, a US think tank, says that if the Islamic Republic keeps enriching uranium, it will have enough for five bombs.
Tehran accuses US of causing impasse at Baghdad nuclear talks, says world powers don't have "clear mandate" to act.
Washington cautiously hopeful of progress towards an agreed framework for addressing concerns that Tehran wants to build an atom bomb; global oil markets watching Baghdad negotiations closely.
Iran, P5+1 exchange detailed proposals on uranium enrichment; Ya’alon accuses Tehran of still toying with world.
By HERB KEINON, HILARY LEILA KRIEGER IN WASHINGTON
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