GENEVA (Reuters) - Iran said on Tuesday it would be a "reliable partner" in the Middle East if Western countries would take a more cooperative approach in talks on its nuclear program. Full story
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China's leaders face daunting domestic problems and would be wary of any foreign entanglement, and the growth of its military was a reflection of its rise as an economic power, Singapore's foreign minister, K. Shanmugam, said on Tuesday. Full story
GENEVA (Reuters) - Western powers are trying to sabotage Iran's presidential election in June but the vote will go ahead and offer a fair choice between reformists and conservatives, a senior Iranian official said on Thursday. Full story
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's supreme leader criticized Western powers on Thursday for not offering concessions in talks last week, saying the West was using the nuclear issue as a pretext to impose sanctions and harm the Islamic Republic. Full story
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