Iranian and European officials said progress had been made in talks on Iran?s nuclear program but said they had fallen short of the breakthrough needed to restart formal negotiations. ?We have not made miracles, but we have tried to move the dossier forward a little bit,? Javier Solana, left, the foreign policy chief for the European Union, said in Ankara, Turkey, at the end of two days of talks ...
Iran's nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani said on Thursday Iran and the EU were nearing "a united view" in some areas of their talks and new ideas were raised to break an international impasse over Tehran's atomic program.
A top cleric and ex-presidential challenger has issued an unusual public warning over the state of Iran's economy and political disunity which he said are threatening the tenets of the Islamic revolution.
Iran has overruled critics and started filling a new dam in the parched south of the country that will drown an ancient archaeological site and could threaten the tomb of Cyrus the Great.
Iranian negotiator Ali Larijani said Thursday that talks with the EU's foreign policy chief had made progress towards a "united view" on ending the crisis over Iran's nuclear programme.
CBS News has learned exclusively that a new U.S. intelligence report says Iran could build a nuclear weapon by 2010. Pentagon officials say the new report narrows the window in which Israel might launch a preemptive strike against Iran.
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Iran's top nuclear negotiator said Thursday that talks with a senior EU official had brought the two men closer to "a united view" of how to break a deadlock over Tehran's defiance of a U.N. Security Council demand to freeze uranium enrichment.
Iran's recent announcement that it started producing nuclear fuel on an industrial scale has led analysts to re-examine their ideas about how soon Iran could produce a nuclear bomb. The National Intelligence Council has delayed delivery of the new National Intelligence Estimate on Iran.
Iranian negotiator Ali Larijani said Thursday that talks with a senior EU official had made progress towards a "united view" on ending the crisis over Iran's refusal to halt uranium enrichment.
Some 25,000 Jews still live in Iran and many say that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's fiery anti-Israeli rhetoric is about politics, not religion.