Iran to Offer Proposal and Speak of Peaceful Aims at Nuclear Talks in Geneva
New York Times
TEHRAN — Iranian nuclear negotiators will offer a new proposal on Tuesday that is intended to persuade world powers that the country's nuclear program has only peaceful aims, a top official said on Sunday.
Iran rejects West's demand to ship out uranium stockpiles
Kerry sees potential for Iran nuclear talks
Ahead of talks, Iran negotiator says Tehran won't ship enriched uranium abroad ...
On Iran Talks, Congress Could Play 'Bad Cop'
New York Times
WASHINGTON — When Iranian diplomats sit down in Geneva next Tuesday with the United States and five other world powers for a new round of talks about Iran's nuclear program, Congress will not have a seat at the table. But that does not mean it will ...
Iran: No speculations on nuclear talks please, we have a plan
At talks with world powers on Iran's nuclear program scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday in Geneva, Iran was reportedly prepared to present a three-step proposal aimed at garnering Western recognition of Tehran's "right to enrich" uranium. Related:.
Iran nuclear talks: Does one side hold the trump card?
Christian Science Monitor
Iran steps to the table with a new sense of power, promising “transparency” and a readiness to engage, buoyed by the June election of centrist President Hassan Rouhani and the belief that it is winning a regional tug-of-war in Syria, ensuring the ...
'No rush, no speculations' || Iran seeks to lower expectations ahead of ...
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted Friday: “We will present our views, as agreed, in Geneva, not before. No Rush, No Speculations Please (of course if you can help it!!!)” The purpose of Zarif's tweet was apparently to try and lower ...
Iran holds trial of suspected Israeli 'spies'
A group of supposed Israeli spies went on trial in Iran on Saturday. The group led by three people was charged with recruiting 60 Iranians and plotting against the government of the Islamic republic, said a judge as quoted by a local news agency.
Iran says it arrested three Israeli spies
Agency: Espionage Suspects Stand Trial in Iran
Iran says 'Israeli spy network' put on trial
With West In Mind, Iran Reportedly Cancels Anti-Israel Conference
In an interview with the hard-line Fars news agency, which is close to Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps, Talebzadeh described the event as "the most powerful anti-Zionist conference" in the Islamic republic. He said more than 60 "anti-Zionist thinkers ...
Hopes high of Iran deal on nuclear facilities
Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's foreign minister, will meet top diplomats from six world powers on Tuesday to resume talks over the future of the Iranian nuclear programme in the most important such meeting in at least four years. Hassan Rouhani, the new ...
Iran draws red line on enriched uranium ahead of Geneva talks
Hassan Rouhani, the president of Iran. Iran has drawn a red line in critical talks with world powers over its nuclear programme, insisting that it will not allow its current stocks of enriched uranium to be shipped out of the country as part of any ...
Iran's Dangerous Nuclear Bluff
President Obama's historic phone conversation with Iran's new President Hassan Rouhani sure made the meetings of the U.N. General Assembly exciting (Kurt Eichenwald, Newsweek). It's finally calling a very serious bluff – that Iran has a nuclear weapon, ...