1. Iranian Double Agent Responsible For Stuxnet Virus
    An Iranian double agent implanted the Stuxnet virus, which attacked Iran’s nuclear program. The double agent was from group Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (M.E.K.) and used a corrupted “memory stick.32” to impose the virus, at Natanz. Both former and current U.S. intelligence officials have now confirmed this.
  2. Iran says nuclear dispute can be solved ‘quickly’
    TEHRAN, Iran – Iran’s foreign minister says that Tehran is ready to resolve all of its nuclear disputes “quickly and easily” in a second round of talks with world powers planned for next month in Baghdad, a semiofficial news agency reported Monday.
  3. OIC envoys for free trade amongst Islamic nations
    The Ambassadors of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) countries have renewed the call for removing all barriers to trade among member states.
  4. Bahraini forces raid protester homes in Sitra, arrest dozens
    Saudi-backed Bahraini security forces have raided the houses of anti-discrimination protesters in the northeastern town of Sitra, making dozens of arrests.
  5. Riyadh Training Somalis to Kill Yemeni Shia
    Saudi Arabia has been funding and training Somali refugees to fight the Shiite Houthi movement and spark sectarian strife in Yemen in a bid to immune the kingdom to the spread of Yemen’s revolution, sources said on Monday.
  6. Gunmen martyr 4 Shia farmers near Baghdad
    Iraqi officials say gunmen have shot dead four Shiite farmers working in an orchard just north of Baghdad.
  7. Iran FM: Gulf island dispute with UAE risks growing ‘complicated’
    TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s foreign minister is warning Gulf Arab neighbors to avoid escalating regional tensions over a strategic island controlled by Iran but also claimed by the United Arab Emirates.
  8. Iran summons Saudi envoy over prisoners
    Iran’s Foreign Ministry has summoned the Saudi Arabian ambassador to Tehran Osama Ahmed Snoussi over concerns about a number of Iranian prisoners kept in the kingdom’s jails.
  9. Iranian researcher invents auditory ATM for the blind
    Iranian researcher Ebrahim Khaninzadeh has invented an auditory system that helps the blind recognize banknotes and assess the value of the money.
  10. Iran Central Bank Issues Warning After Major Credit-Card Hack
    Iran’s central bank has urged all credit- and debit-cardholders in the country to change their personal identification code numbers to increase the security of their transactions.