Iran to turn uranium into reactor fuel under extended deal: source
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran will convert more of its higher-grade enriched uranium into reactor fuel under an extended nuclear deal with world powers, making the material less suitable for building atomic bombs, a diplomatic source and a U.S. think-tank ...
Reconfiguring Iran-China relations
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Source: Iran to Turn Uranium Into Reactor Fuel
Some hardline views in Iran are weakening
TEHRAN - Iran's Supreme Leader today called for a continued military buildup, apparently with little regard to the ongoing Vienna talks over the country's nuclear program. Not everyone in Iran shares those hardline views. Friday Prayer at Tehran's ...
God and Gas in Iran
MUSCAT -- In the wake of failure of the parties of the P5+1 to reach an agreement with Iran on its nuclear ambitions and the continued collective imposition of economic sanctions, Western powers would do well to remember the prudence of John Maynard ...
Iran warns against 'frenzied' economic behavior as rial dips
Iran warns against "frenzied" economic behaviour as rial dips
Extreme fluctuations return to Iran's Forex market
Russia-Iran 'oil for goods' program to launch soon - minister
Deliveries of Russian goods in exchange for Iranian oil will begin soon, according to Russia's minister of economic development. He says the two countries are also working on a plan to trade in national currencies. Aleksey Ulyukayev said grain is a ...
Russia says oil-for-goods deal with Iran could be sealed soon
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Russia to give grain to Iran in return for oil: Minister
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Police: Iran Hospital Manager Hurt in Acid Attack
Meanwhile, IRNA reported Sunday that police had arrested a man for throwing acid at the face of his wife in Shahreza, a small town near Isfahan in central Iran. Local police chief Col. Hamid Amirkhani described the attack as a "family dispute" and IRNA ...
Thugs throw acid in Iranian doctor's face as he walks home
Iran embassy report suggests little threat months before closure
A newly released report into security at Canada's former embassy in Iran suggests the threat to its officials wasn't as dire as the government suggested at the time. The report, completed less than nine months before the Conservative government shut ...
Iran Bombing Islamic State In Iraq, U.S. Official Confirms
The official said he believes the Iranian bombing is unlikely to end as long as the Shiite-dominated nation feels threatened by the Sunni extremist group, also called ISIS. The bombing will not require a U.S. response unless Iran presents an immediate ...
Iran threatens 'direct action' against ISIS
Iran attacks Islamic State targets in Iraq
First footage surfaces: Iranian jet seen attacking ISIS targets in Iraq
The Stark Choice with Iran
It is high time to face reality. The extension of talks in Vienna suggest that despite flexibility in negotiations on the part of P5+1 (the U.S., Britain, France, Russia and China, plus Germany), Iran believes it can get a more conciliatory deal by ...
Pro-Israel Lobby Seeks Tougher Iran Sanctions
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On Iran, no Deal is a Good Deal
It's no secret that the Obama administration badly wants a nuclear deal with Iran. And it's no secret that the Iranians are playing hard to get. The talks, which were supposed to yield a final agreement this week, have been extended to July. That's a ...
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Iran Minister: Currency Market to Stabilize
Iran's finance minister on Monday predicted the country's currency market will stabilize soon after recent fluctuations, the official IRNA news agency reported. The report quoted Ali Tayyebnia as saying there have been no basic changes in either the ...
Iran currency market to restore stability