- UN chief asks for Iran's help to expedite presidential election in Lebanon
- US not serious in fighting terrorism: Iranian diplomat
- Iran unwilling to attend France meet on ISIL: Official
- Senior negotiator: Iran, G5+1 to resume talks in New York Thursday
- Government troops clash with Yemeni protesters
- News Magazine No 239: September 14, 2014 - Subcontinent, 15:23 UTC, 16:23 UTC
- Envoy rejects reports on Iran's invitation to Paris conference
- Sen. Graham: US failure to look into Saudi Role in 9/11 helped ISIL
- Heletey: NATO states supplying weapons to Kiev
- Senior MP terms anti-ISIL coalition new political game
Washington has opposed Tehran's participation in the anti-ISIL conference in Paris because it fears that Iran could unveil the realities about the US support for the terrorist group, a lawmaker said.
Speaking before a trade union-organized “Laborfest” in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the middle of a speech filled with pseudo-populist rhetoric about “helping the middle class,” US President Barack Obama let slip the essence of his administration’s economic policy and the basic character of the capitalist system in the United States.
The US Ambassador to Islamabad, Richard Olson, in a meeting with the Chief of Pakistan Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif, discussed the topic of withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan, in addition to regional topics of importance.