1. India keen to boost Iran trade despite US-led sanctions
    An Indian official has expressed his country’s willingness to boost trade dealings with Iran despite recent Western sanctions imposed against the Islamic Republic,Press TV reports.
  2. US official got bribes to urge removal of MKO from terror list
    The US Treasury Department is investigating a senior American politician for accepting money from the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) to advocate the group’s removal from the US list of foreign terrorist groups.
  3. Bahrain promises ‘comprehensive dialogue’ to end crisis
    An adviser to Bahrain’s King Hamad said the Gulf state would hold a “comprehensive dialogue” soon to end a year-long political crisis.
  4. Saudi Arabia must end occupation of Bahrain
    In Bahrain, hundreds of thousands of anti-government demonstrators have taken to the streets across the country to demand an end to the rule of Al Khalifa dynasty.
  5. Saudi women students boycott classes
    It was the second protest at King Khalid university in the southern town of Abha in a week – security forces broke up a demonstration there on Wednesday, leaving dozens injured.
  6. America to Free Killers of Thousands Shia Muslims
    Five top terrorists of Taliban Khair Ulla Said Wali Khairkhwa, Mullah Mohammad Fazl, Mullah Norullah Nori, Abdul Haq Wasiq, Mohammad Nabi Omari, the killers of thousands of Shiite Muslims held by the U.S. in the Guantanamo Bay military prison are proposed to transfer to the tiny Persian Gulf state of Qatar.
  7. Five family members among eight killed in Iraq
    BAGHDAD – Gun and bomb attacks north of Baghdad killed eight people, including a town mayor’s bodyguard and four of his women relatives, Iraqi security officials said on Sunday.
  8. Iran Gains Self-Sufficiency in Producing Disposable Medical Equipment
    TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran gained self-sufficiency in producing disposable medical tools and equipment after inaugurating a disposable syringe production line in the Central city of Ashtiyan.
  9. Japan diplomat says to keep buying Iran oil
    (Reuters) – Japan will continue to import as much Iranian crude oil as it needs, the Japanese ambassador to Tehran was quoted by Iranian media on Sunday as saying.
  10. ‘West won’t punish Turkey over Iran sanctions’
    Ankara: The West is angered about Turkey’s refusal to go along with it on Iran sanctions, but unlikely to try to punish Ankara as it needs help with neighbouring Syria, say analysts.