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Guards: Isareli strike on Iran would trigger World War III

Iran could launch a pre-emptive strike if Israel prepares to attack it, a senior Revolutionary Guards commander told broadcaster Al-Alam on Sunday.

Last minute pardon for Iran acid attacker

An Iranian man convicted of throwing acid in the face of a female student, who was to have been blinded himself in retribution, has been pardoned.

Iran defiant on nuclear work as more sanctions loom

Iran on Tuesday vowed never to yield to the key Western demand on its nuclear programme after world powers agreed to work on a new resolution that could lead to more United Nations sanctions against Tehran. Diplomats from six key world powers had pledged in London on Monday to work on a new UN Security Council resolution.

Iran steps up enrichment, defies UN

Iranian scientists have begun feeding gas into a second cascade of centrifuges to enrich uranium, defying United Nations threats of sanctions over Iran's nuclear programme, the ISNA news agency reported on Friday. The news brought firm reactions from the United States and France, two of the powers pushing for sanctions.

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