Kerry tells Congress to hold off on new Iran sanctions for now
Washington (CNN) -- He doesn't trust Iran, vows it won't get nuclear weapons, and thinks past rhetoric by its leaders threatening annihilation of Israel. So why is Secretary of State John Kerry so adamant about getting time to try to negotiate an ...
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GCC states hope Iran deal will end tension
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has welcomed the preliminary landmark deal between Iran and the P5+1 (United States, Russia, United Kingdom, France, China and Germany), further depicting that a fresh leaf is turned over in the relationship between ...
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Afghanistan agrees to pact with Iran, while resisting US accord
"Afghanistan agreed on a long-term friendship and cooperation pact with Iran," Karzai's spokesman Aimal Faizi said, according to Reuters. "The pact will be for long-term political, security, economic and cultural cooperation, regional peace and security.".
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Kerry urges lawmakers to reject new Iran sanctions
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Kerry urged members of Congress Tuesday not to pursue tougher sanctions against Iran that some lawmakers say would help ensure the interim deal signed last month leads to a final one that keeps Iran's nuclear ...
Kerry to urge Congress to halt sanctions bill, as Iran threatens 'dead' deal
A bipartisan group of senators is preparing to propose new sanctions against Iran. News reports on the bill prompted that country's foreign minister to warn such a step would kill the nuclear deal negotiated last month aimed at curbing Tehran's uranium ...
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Editor's note: David Schenker is director of the Program on Arab Politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. The views expressed are his own. The November 19 double-suicide bombings of the Iranian embassy in Beirut may have looked ...
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Kerry raises doubts over Iran nuclear deal
US Secretary of State John Kerry has raised doubts over whether Iran is prepared to conclude a final deal with Western powers on dismantling its disputed nuclear programme, but has urged US lawmakers not to impose new sanctions on the country. "I came ...
#BBCtrending: Fernanda Lima and the dress that shocked Iran
A dress worn by Brazilian model and actress Fernanda Lima at the World Cup draw has led to her being singled out by Iranians on social media. Some in Iran said she should cover up - even "wear a hijab" - but many others have rallied to defend her.
Iran Demands World Cup Model Wear a Hijab
Iran Football Federation apologizes to Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi receives over 30000 Facebook insults from Iran fans after World ...
Central bankers controlling US-Iran talks?
NEW YORK – The chronology of the Obama administration's nuclear negotiations with Iran indicates the preliminary, six-month agreement is as much about global economics as it is about Iran developing nuclear weapons. Tehran's move to free its central ...
Washington Post (blog)
Congress in revolt on Iran deal
Washington Post (blog)
With the blistering New York Times editorial condemning sanctions efforts underway in Congress (“a breakthrough agreement at risk” falsely implies there is a U.S. -Iran agreement on key points), you know the administration is nervous, very nervous. It ...