Kerry says now the 'best chance ... in a decade' for Iran nuclear deal
(CNN) -- As fellow American officials met with allied and Iranian counterparts in Geneva, Switzerland, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that all sides are closer than they've been in a long time on a nuclear deal. But they stressed it ...
World Powers Renew Push on Iranian Nuclear Program
US says 'very hard' to clinch deal as Iran nuclear talks resume
Iran's supreme leader backs nuke program negotiations but sets conditions
Afghan Migrants in Iran Face Painful Contradictions but Keep Coming
New York Times
KABUL, Afghanistan — They have few rights, can be arrested on sight and deprived of a trial, and are often deported four, five or more times — and no sooner are they across the border than they head back.
Afghan refugees face increasing harassment in Iran: group
Afghan refugees in Iran face harassment, report finds
Iran Forcibly Deporting Afghans, Rights Group Says
US Takes Another Shot at Iran Nuclear Deal
After coming tantalizing close to a landmark agreement earlier this month, the Obama administration and its partners will sit down with Iran again this week and hope to cut a deal to roll back the Islamic Republic's nuclear program. Leaders from all ...
Iran's supreme leader talks rights
A new round of Iran nuclear talks began in fits and starts Wednesday, with the two sides ending a first session just minutes after it began amid warnings from Iran's supreme leader of "red lines" beyond which his country will not compromise. Still ...
Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva
Talks between world powers and Iran to secure a deal on Tehran's nuclear programme have resumed in Geneva. Both sides have expressed confidence a breakthrough can be achieved. However ahead of the talks, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali ...
Voice of America
Potentially Decisive Iran Nuclear Talks Open
Voice of America
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND — Iran's supreme leader says Tehran will not retreat on what he called the country's nuclear rights during negotiations with six world powers that resumed Wednesday in Geneva. Speaking ahead of the latest round of talks on Iran's ...
Obama urges skeptical senators to hold off on Iran sanctions during talks
President Obama personally appealed to senators on Tuesday to hold off on seeking additional sanctions while negotiations over Iran's nuclear program are under way, but continued to face skeptical lawmakers worried that a proposed deal would go easy on ...
Republican senator: Democrats 'procedurally blocked' new Iran sanctions bill
Fresh push for Iran nuclear deal
Senators May Give Obama More Time on Iran
Netanyahu's estimate for Iran nuclear breakout "Sheer Nonsense"
WASHINGTON, November 20, 2013 – Claims from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Iran has enough low enriched uranium to make up to five nuclear weapons in a matter of weeks are not plausible, according to experts. In an interview with a ...
Fears about Iran forge 'strange alliance' between Israel and Gulf nations
Israel, Gulf in 'Strange Alliance' Against Iran
As Israel's allies soften stance on Iran, Netanyahu scrambles to regain control
Iran deal still on table as Geneva talks resume
Since September, Iran and the West have crossed so many Rubicons that they might decide to invest in a rowboat and some oars to help them keep going. On the eve of the latest round of nuclear talks, UK Prime Minister David Cameron phoned Iran's ...
Iran nuclear talks resume with Ayatollah Khamenei's blessing, and a warning ...
GENEVA Ahead of a new round of Iran nuclear talks, the country's supreme leader voiced support on Wednesday for the negotiations, but he insisted there are limits to concessions that Iran will make in exchange for an easing of sanctions choking its ...