Iran, powers hold 'substantive' nuclear talks; US, Iranians meet
VIENNA (Reuters) - Six world powers and Iran began "substantive" talks on Tuesday in pursuit of a final settlement on Tehran's contested nuclear program in the coming months despite caveats from both sides that a breakthrough deal may prove impossible.
Nuclear Talks Start Slowly Between Iran And the West
Iran Nuclear Talks Turn to Missiles
Iran nuclear deal commitments kept so far, US official says
Little Optimism as Iran Nuclear Talks Resume
New York Times
VIENNA — Talks with Iran over a permanent agreement on its nuclear program begin on Tuesday in Vienna, but there is little immediate optimism over a negotiation that is expected to last up to a year. Even Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei ...
Pakistan warns Iran not to send in troops after guards kidnapped
On Monday, Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli was quoted as saying Iran might consider sending its forces onto Pakistani soil if Pakistan did not take the steps necessary to fight against militants. "Iranian forces have no authority to ...
Iran 'may send forces to Pakistan' after capture of guards
Iran says may send forces into Pakistan territory
Iran threatens to send forces into Pakistani territory
Iran takes tough opening stand at nuclear talks, vows not to dismantle equipment
As the latest talks on Iran's nuclear program began Tuesday, the country's negotiators took a tough opening position, pledging never to dismantle equipment or facilities that the United States and other world powers say raise suspicion that the Islamic ...
Iranian hacking of Navy computers reportedly more extensive than first thought
An Iranian hack of the Navy's largest unclassified computer network reportedly took more than four months to resolve, raising concern among some lawmakers about security gaps exposed by the attack. The Wall Street Journal, citing current and former U.S ...
Iran hacking of US Navy extensive
Iran Hack Worse Than Reported
Iran: Dismantling nuclear facilities is off the table
VIENNA – The first round of talks between Iran and the six world powers on a permanent nuclear agreement kicked off Tuesday afternoon at the UN headquarters in Vienna. Michael Mann, spokesperson for European Union foreign policy chief Catherine ...
Iran, G5+1 wrap up second round of talks in Vienna
Iran rules out possibility of comprehensive agreement in Vienna
No halt to Iran nuclear activities: Araqchi
Iran's queen of pop promotes gay rights in new music video
Iran's queen of pop, Googoosh, has released a video in support of the country's gay and lesbian community, becoming the first prominent Iranian to speak out against homophobia. The video for her latest song Behesht (Heaven), released on her Facebook ...
The Iranian nuclear deal: A foreign policy hail mary
The deal with Iran to roll back its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief is a fourth quarter hail mary pass – an entertaining high-risk play, but with little chance of success. With three years in power remaining, the Obama team is in a ...
Iran, world powers restart nuclear talks amid limited expectations
Los Angeles Times
BEIRUT — Both sides sought to tamp down expectations Tuesday as representatives of Iran and six world powers met in Vienna for talks aimed at crafting a comprehensive agreement about Tehran's controversial nuclear program. Much of the opening day in ...
Israeli Premier Meets Wounded Syrians, Blames Iran
"The bad part is that Iran is arming those who are carrying out the slaughter. This is the true face of Iran. All of the children who have been injured, to say nothing of those who have been killed, were injured as a result of Iran's arming, financing ...
Israeli premier meets wounded Syrians, blames Iran for bloodshed in Syria