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Iran's top clergy back Rouhani's nuclear approach
An interim deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany was reached in November in Geneva, aimed at persuading Iran to curb parts of its nuclear work, in return for a limited easing of sanctions. Hardline ...
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The Iran Nuclear Accord: A Fig Leaf for the Ayatollahs or an Opening for Civil ...
Six powers, Iran to begin new nuclear talks on February 18
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - Six world powers and Iran will begin talks in Vienna on February 18 on a long-term deal for Tehran to curb parts of its nuclear programme in exchange for a gradual end to sanctions, European Union foreign policy chief ...
On Iran, compromise is needed
Obama and Iran in business
Six powers, Iran to begin new nuclear talks on Feb. 18
Its Great Lake Shriveled, Iran Confronts Crisis of Water Supply
New York Times
LAKE URMIA, Iran — After driving for 15 minutes over the bottom of what was once Iran's largest lake, a local environmental official stepped out of his truck, pushed his hands deep into his pockets and silently wandered into the great dry plain, as if ...
Thawing sanctions against Iran put chill on anti-American feelings
As sanctions against Iran begin to thaw, its people are warming up to America. The Iranian people reeled for years under western sanctions implemented because of the regime in Tehran's secret pursuit of nuclear weapons. But with the so-called P5+1 ...
US Warns Over Limits of Iran Sanctions Easing
Dark clouds on Iran's horizon | pravda.ru
Murphy leads discussion on Iran policy
Iran's severe water shortage may lead to rationing
Iran is facing a water shortage so severe residents of the capital Tehran and other major cities may face rationing in the coming year. Nowhere is the shortage more apparent than in western Lake Urmia—once Iran's largest lake—which has devolved into ...
US official: Iran considers Saudi Arabia, not Israel, its enemy
Former U.S. ambassador Frederic Hof has revealed that Iranian officials, in private meetings, told him that Iran is not in conflict with the United States or Israel but rather believe Saudi Arabia to be the main threat considering its perceived ...
2014: Iran out, Global Jihad in
Iran and North Korea: The Nuclear 'Axis of Resistance'
'Saudi Arabia bigger threat to Iran than Israel'
Obama to visit Saudi Arabia amid tensions over Iran, Syria: report
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama plans to travel to Saudi Arabia in March on a mission to smooth tensions with Washington's main Arab ally over U.S. policy on Iran's nuclear program and the civil war in Syria, a newspaper reported. Obama is preparing ...
Obama 'Plans Saudi Visit' Amid Iran Tensions
Israel's Netanyahu says Iran nuclear program delayed six weeks by deal
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 ...
Talks on Iran nuclear deal expected in NY in February: US
AP-GfK Poll: Skeptics Eye Nuclear Deal With Iran
Annan launches Elders mission to Iran
Iran Reveals Plan to 'Confront U.S. Naval Forces' Ahead of War Games
Washington Free Beacon
Iran unveiled this week new anti-aircraft missile systems and a plan to “confront U.S. naval forces” ahead of a series of eight new war games that are scheduled to begin in March, according to multiple Iranian press reports. New anti-aircraft missile ...
Are Syria, Iran playing Obama for a fool?
(CNN) -- Remember Syria's chemical weapons? Yes, those, the ones the Syrian regime agreed to give up after President Obama threatened to bomb. All of the "priority one" the most dangerous of those weapons, were supposed to be gone by December 31 ...
Sanctions have failed, so what next for Iran?