Nuke inspectors visit Iran uranium mine for 1st time in years
DUBAI/VIENNA -- U.N. nuclear inspectors visited an Iranian uranium mine for the first time in nearly a decade on Wednesday, Iranian media reported, as Tehran gradually opens up its disputed nuclear program to greater international scrutiny. Play Video.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tuesday that Iran's nuclear program would only be set back six weeks as a result of its interim agreement with the international community, adding that "internal disagreements" within the Iranian regime ...
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A court in Jerusalem has sentenced an Israeli man to four-and-a-half years in prison for offering to spy for Iran. Yitzhak Bergel, 46, pleaded guilty to charges of contacting a foreign agent, intent to commit treason and attempting to aid an enemy of ...
Israeli jailed for attempting to spy for Iran
Israeli jailed for Iran spying attempt
Israeli man jailed for offering to spy for Iran
Turkey's Erdogan visits Iran to improve ties after split over Syria
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan visited Iran on Wednesday to bolster trade and energy ties, state TV said, in what also looked like a bid to defuse tensions over Syria by capitalizing on Tehran's diplomatic opening to regional ...
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UN inspectors in Iran to visit uranium mine
TEHRAN, Iran — An Iranian official says a group of U.N. inspectors are on the way to visit a key uranium mine as part of a deal to allow expanded monitoring of the country's nuclear sites. Nuclear spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi told the official IRNA ...
Austria aggressively moves to boost trade with Iran
Austria's ambassador to Tehran, and the vice president of the country's chamber of commerce, have expressed sharp criticism of tough sanctions targeting Iran's nuclear program. However, the Austrian Foreign Ministry rejected on Tuesday Iranian news ...
Iran's leaders should request clemency for Pastor Saeed
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Iraq and Iran plot oil revolution
Iraq is poised to flood the oil market by tripling its capacity to pump crude by 2020 and is collaborating with Iran on strategy in a move that will challenge Saudi Arabia's grip on the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries. "We feel the world ...
Iraq, Iran plot to challenge Saudi domination of OPEC
Iran, Iraq plan to join forces to become world's new oil superpower
Iran and Iraq plan to join forces to become world's new oil superpower
Don't Undermine the Iran Deal
New York Times
WASHINGTON — THERE are only two ways to keep Iran from developing a nuclear weapon: negotiations or military action. Amazingly, after 34 years of mostly diplomatic silence between Iran and the United States, we are in the midst of negotiations with ...
Tactical retreat? Obama dodges 'dismantlement' in State of the Union Iran ...
Christian Science Monitor
Speaking on Iran at last night's State of the Union, President Barack Obama avoided earlier administration assertions that Iran had already agreed to “dismantle” part of its nuclear program, and would be required to do so in any final deal. Instead, he ...