No actual signatures on Iran deal has a top Republican worried
Washington (CNN) – The interim nuclear deal with Iran and six other world powers was never signed by the representatives who brokered the agreement last November, leading one top Republican House leader to complain it allows Iranian leaders to ignore ...
Mideast Turmoil Dominates Gathering of Business Elite
We predict a big nuclear deal with Iran—and five other world-changing events ...
Talks With Iran Over Nuclear Program Face Dilemma
UN nuclear chief says still 'long way to go' on Iran
Yukiya Amano, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, made the comment as he won broad backing from the IAEA's 35-nation board for the U.N. body's expanded role in Iran to check that it complies with the accord over the next six months.
UN nuclear chief: Long way to go on Iran nuclear deal
UN Nuclear Agency Board Endorses Iran Deal
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Hassan Rouhani: Sanctions against Iran are illegal
(CNN) -- Sanctions against Iran are illegal and are undermining international law, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in an exclusive, wide-ranging interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria. "When it comes to sanctions, have they been successful so far?
US and Iran Offer Clashing Accounts of the Civil War in Syria
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DAVOS, Switzerland — Secretary of State John Kerry and President Hassan Rouhani of Iran offered clashing accounts on Thursday of the civil war in Syria, and the role that Tehran is playing in the conflict. The contrasting assessments illustrated the ...
Syria shows peril of Iran's growing power
Ban's Syrian Bungle Defriends Iran's Mullahs
Syria peace talks incomplete without Iran
Iranian official on nuke deal: 'We did not agree to dismantle anything'
(CNN) -- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif insisted Wednesday that the Obama administration mischaracterizes concessions by his side in the six-month nuclear deal with Iran, telling CNN in an exclusive interview that "we did not agree to ...
Iran sanctions threat ties US hands
Editor's note: Jamal Abdi is policy director for the National Iranian American Council. Tyler Cullis is a recent graduate of the Boston University School of Law, where he specialized in international law and the U.S. sanctions targeting Iran. The views ...
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: Mixed emotions as Iran looks to promote investment
Watching the hordes jockey for position, trying to get into the room where Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's address to the World Economic Forum was to take place, an expatriate Iranian said to me he had mixed emotions: that this regime, which caused ...
Iran's President Rohani on Syria's 'terrorists', change and opportunities
Iranian President Hassan Rohani attended the World Economic Forum, just days after an important deal with world powers on Iran's nuclear programme came into effect. In this edition of Global Coversation euronews' correspondent in Davos, Isabelle Kumar, ...
The Hawks' Hypocrisy on the Iran Sanctions Bill
Last week, an Obama Administration National Security Council aide named Bernadette Meehan got herself in trouble for suggesting that some of the members of Congress pushing a new Iran sanctions bill “should be upfront with the American public” and ...
Hassan Rouhani: Iran will continue nuclear program for peaceful purposes
Read this article in Spanish. Davos, Switzerland (CNN) -- Iran will continue with its peaceful nuclear program and push to reengage with the world and build its economy, President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday in a speech at the World Economic Forum.