Iran says nuclear talks failure would be 'disaster'
MUNICH (Reuters) - Iran's foreign minister held rare private talks with his U.S. counterpart on Sunday and said it would be a "disaster" if Tehran did not turn a provisional agreement to defuse a decade-old dispute over its nuclear program into a ...
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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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MUNICH — Iran's foreign minister said Sunday his country is prepared to move ahead in negotiations over its nuclear program, assuring Western diplomats that Tehran has the political will and good faith to reach a “balanced” long-term agreement ...
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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 ...
In Iran, opposition leader goes home
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UPDATE 3-Iran says nuclear talks failure would be "disaster"
MUNICH, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Iran's foreign minister held rare private talks with his U.S. counterpart on Sunday and said it would be a "disaster" if Tehran did not turn a provisional agreement to defuse a decade-old dispute over its nuclear programme ...
Hillary Clinton backs Obama on Iran sanctions
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton made clear she supports President Barack Obama's call to allow the current negotiations over ending Iran's nuclear development and that new sanctions being debated by Congress should be shelved while ...
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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 program in exchange for a gradual end to sanctions, European Union foreign policy chief ...
Iran, world powers to hold nuclear talks February 18
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