Monkey launched into space returns home, Iran officials say
Iran's space monkey — named Fargam — launched 74.5 miles (120 kilometers) above Earth's surface atop a liquid fueled rocket, according to a report from the state-run Islamic Republic News Agency in Iran. Reportedly, scientists on the ground were able ...
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Family: Make Iran Talks Contingent on Levinson Aid
The Obama administration should make any diplomatic agreement with Iran contingent on Tehran's help finding missing CIA contractor Robert Levinson, a lawyer for his family said Monday. "He's your guy and you put him there," attorney David McGee said.
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White House consults Israeli officials on final-status Iran nuclear deal
WASHINGTON – The White House began consulting Israeli officials in Washington last week on terms of a comprehensive solution to Iran's nuclear program that Israel would find acceptable. US President Barack Obama's national security adviser, Susan ...
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Plans to send bigger monkey for next mission
Iran said Saturday it has successfully sent a monkey into space for a second time, part of an ambitious program aimed at manned space flight. Iran's state TV said that the launch of the rocket dubbed Pajohesh, or Research in Farsi, was Iran's first use ...
Iran brings monkey back safely from space: report
President Rouhani cheers return of Iran's second monkey-astronaut (+video)
Iran says it sends second monkey into space, brings it back safely
Iran cancels Pakistan gas pipeline loan
TEHRAN: Iran says it has canceled a planned $500 million loan to Pakistan to build part of a pipeline to bring natural gas from Iran. Deputy Oil Minister Ali Majedi says Iran has no obligation to finance the Pakistani side of the project and also doesn ...
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Iran Says It Launched a Second Monkey Into Space (Video)
Iran has successfully launched a monkey into space for the second time on Saturday (Dec. 14) and returned it safely to Earth after a 15-minute rocket ride, according to Iranian officials. Iran's space monkey — named Fargam — launched 74.5 miles (120 ...
Second Monkey Travels Safely To Space And Back, Iran Reports
Iran: We Launched a Monkey Into Space - Again
Iran claims second successful space monkey mission
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Saudi Arabia blasts US over Iran deal
Prince Turki al-Faisal, an Arab royal and a brother of Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal, said Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states were stunned by the secret US-Iran diplomacy that led to the breakthrough deal between Tehran and other world powers last month.
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Nuclear talks are "derailed," not dead, Iranian official says
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an interview aired Sunday that negotiations over its nuclear program are not dead even though Iran is angry about a fresh round of sanctions from the U.S. Treasury Department. The Treasury ...
Bob Schieffer says Iran President Hassan Rouhani has more cabinet members ...
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is seen as a moderate more willing to engage the West, in part because of the backgrounds of his closest advisers. Unlike brash, hard-lined predecessor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Rouhani nominated several cabinet ...
Support strengthens for Iran nuclear deal despite Israel's lobbying efforts
WASHINGTON – Despite heavy lobbying from Israel to kill the nuclear deal with Iran by imposing stronger sanctions, the U.S. Congress appears determined to let the treaty play out. Any new sanctions would scupper the deal and thereby seriously set back ...