New York Times
As Negotiators Ease Demands on Iran, More Nuclear Talks Are Set
New York Times
ALMATY, Kazakhstan — Two days of talks between six world powers and Iran over its nuclear program ended on Wednesday with specific agreement for further meetings in March and April over a proposal that would sharply constrain Iran's stockpile of the ...
Iran upbeat on nuclear talks, West still wary
West Wary Over Talks, as Iran Hails Concessions
Iran says nuclear talks end on 'turning point' for the better
Iran, world powers agree to expert talks on Tehran's nuclear program
Almaty, Kazakhstan (CNN) -- Diplomats emerged Wednesday from an unusually secretive round of talks on Iran's controversial nuclear program with a joint announcement to hold a follow-up meeting within weeks. In a joint statement, the European Union's ...
Iran tells Zardari pipeline must advance despite US opposition
A handout picture released by the official website of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei shows Khamenei (R) talking with Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari and Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during a meeting on February 27, 2013 in ...
Iran: Ignore US opposition to Pakistani gas deal
Pakistani leader visits Iran in hopes of finalizing gas pipeline deal that's ...
Iran's Leader Tells Pakistani President That Pipeline Must Go Ahead
Iran hails turning point in nuclear talks
Iran has declared that negotiations with a group of world powers have reached a "turning point" after it was offered a series of concessions, including sanctions relief on gold and petrochemical exports, in return for acceptance of limits on uranium ...
Big powers offer Iran some sanctions relief, await reply
By Yeganeh Torbati and Justyna Pawlak. ALMATY | Tue Feb 26, 2013 1:55pm EST. ALMATY (Reuters) - Major powers offered Iran limited sanctions relief in return for a halt to the most controversial part of its atomic work during the first day of nuclear ...
World powers coax Iran into salvaging talks on its nuclear program with broad ...
ALMATY, Kazakhstan — World powers offered broader concessions than ever to Iran in attempts Wednesday to keep alive diplomatic channels that seek to rein in the Islamic Republic's nuclear program and prevent it from building an atomic weapon.
Iran as Haman: Jeffrey Goldberg's Dangerous Analogy
In his column “Iran Intensifies its Violent Campaign Against Jews,” Jeffrey Goldberg links the Purim story and its villain Haman to present-day Iran and its leadership. Not only is this analogy dangerous and unproductive; it also misconstrues the Purim ...
Iran sanctions could distort region's economy for years: report
LONDON (Reuters) - Sanctions on Iran are so intricately woven that they will be very hard to untangle, while their impact in swelling Iran's black economy could undermine regional stability for years to come, the International Crisis Group says in a ...
Iran Celebrates Limited Victory After Latest P5+1 Talks
Washington May Have Violated Its Own Iran Sanctions
Why Iran can't agree on a damn thing
Iran Opposition Group Urges More Security in Iraq
An Iranian opposition group urged the U.N. refugee agency Wednesday to provide better protection for its members in Iraq following a mortar attack on their camp near Baghdad airport in which seven people were killed. The call came during a meeting in ...
Kerry confronts clashing interests in Syria, Iran and Russia
Los Angeles Times
This time will be different. That is the word from U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to Syrian rebels who have become so frustrated by empty promises of help to overthrow President Bashar Assad that they had threatened to boycott a Thursday meeting in ...