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Iran is ratcheting up pressure on the U.N. agency responsible for overseeing the country’s nuclear program, The Washington Post reports, accusing its inspectors of engaging in spying and sabotage and threatening to restrict U.N. access to Iranian nuclear facilities.

One consequence of the currency crisis plaguing Iran: Members of the elite Quds force is pulling out of Syria, a possible sign of waning confidence in President Bashar Assad's ability to survive. [The Sunday Times]

America's Arab allies are limiting the arms they provide to Syrian rebels because of U.S. concerns, The New York Times reports.

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