Little Optimism as Iran Nuclear Talks Resume
New York Times
Even Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said on Monday in Tehran that “the nuclear negotiations will lead nowhere,” expressing his well-known mistrust of the motives of the United States and its allies, a mistrust reciprocated in the ...
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Iran 'may send forces to Pakistan' after capture of guards
Iran's interior minister has warned it may send forces into Pakistan if it does not act to free five Iranian border guards seized 10 days ago. The men are thought to have been taken into Pakistan after being captured in Iran's Sistan Baluchistan region ...
Iran threatens to send forces into Pakistani territory
Iran says may send forces into Pakistan territory
Iran says may send forces to Pakistan to free border guards
Iran says Russia could build nuclear reactor in exchange for oil
Russia could also supply Iran with trucks, railroad tracks, mini-refineries or other goods to pay for the oil, ambassador Mehdi Sanaei told the daily Kommersant, under a deal Reuters revealed was being negotiated last month. Reuters reported Iran and ...
Iran seen honoring nuclear deal but stockpile may grow: diplomats
Iran's holding of uranium - which Tehran says it needs to fuel a planned network of nuclear power plants - is closely watched in the West as it could provide weapons-suitable material if refined much further. Iran denies any such aim. U.N. nuclear ...
Austrian airlines to resume flights to Iran in March
The sanctions contributed to the nosedive last year of the Iranian rial, which however has begun to recover since the administration of relatively moderate President Hassan Rowhani clinched a historic nuclear deal with major world powers in November.
Iran's largest private bank sues UK government for $4bn damages
Bank Mellat, Iran's largest private bank, is suing the UK government for $4bn (£2.4bn) in damages after the Supreme Court quashed sanctions against it. The sanctions were applied over the bank's alleged links to the country's nuclear programme.
Iran's Bank Mellat suing UK for £2.3bn over alleged losses from trading ban
Iranian bank sues UK govt $4 billion for sanctions
Iran's Bank Mellat sues UK Treasury in $3.9bn lawsuit
Iran Nuclear Talks Resume Amid Deep Caution
Wall Street Journal
VIENNA—Iran and six major powers will begin talks Tuesday aimed at reaching a final settlement of international concerns over Tehran's nuclear ambitions with all sides warning a comprehensive deal could prove a daunting challenge. Iranian Foreign ...
Iran's Mixed Messages Ahead Of P5+1 Talks
Iran also chose the anniversary of the 1979 toppling of the Western-backed Shah to tout the successful test firing of new missiles including a new multiple-warhead long-range ballistic missile. Iran's Defense Minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan bragged ...
Diplomats: Iran complying with landmark nuclear agreement
A monthly update by the United Nations atomic watchdog is expected to show later this week that Iran is complying with last year's landmark nuclear agreement with six world powers, diplomats said on Monday. But the International Atomic Energy Agency ...
PM: Iran has not altered behavior, enjoys the benefits of eased sanctions
Iran has so far gained a great deal without giving up anything significant, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday, two days before the planned resumption of talks between world powers and Iran aimed at reaching a long-term agreement on Tehran's ...