Iran nuclear deal 'not perfect' but buys time, top US official
Members of Congress have faulted the pact, arguing that it is unwise to ease sanctions before Iran takes aggressive action to rein in its nuclear program, which the United States, Israel and others suspect may aim to build bombs. Iran denies this. "We ...
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Iranian Foreign Minister Lays Out Condition for Iranian Recognition of Israel
The statement was not the first suggestion from a senior Iranian official that the Islamic Republic could find a way to reconcile itself with the existence of Israel – but it may the most hopefully timed. More than a decade ago, the reformist Iranian ...
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Iranian FM denies reports hinting at recognition of Israel if conflict with ...
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif “categorically denied” reports that he hinted that his country would recognize Israel if the conflict with the Palestinians was resolved. Iran's Fars News Agency also reported on Monday that Zarif was ...
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Iran Giving Food Away to Millions for Relief
New York Times
TEHRAN — The Iranian government has started handing out food packages for millions of its citizens both to help those with low income and to try to lower inflation on food, local news media reported on Monday. Across the capital, Tehran, and in the ...
Iran snow cuts power to nearly 500000 homes
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Kerry and Iran Minister Confer on Nuclear Issue
New York Times
MUNICH — Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, met for an hour on Sunday with Secretary of State John Kerry, another sign of serious efforts to solve the crisis around Iran's nuclear program. The two met on the margins of the Munich Security ...
Key senator: Sanctions after Iran talks fail might be too late
WASHINGTON -- In a Senate hearing on negotiations with Iran on Tuesday, Foreign Relations Committee chairman Robert Menendez challenged US President Barack Obama on the weight of his vow to seek new sanctions against Iran should talks over its ...
The Gulf and Iran: New realities, new strategies
An Iranian nuclear deal is likely to put an end to the status quo between the Gulf and Iran. While the US withdrawal from Iraq shook the balances, a nuclear deal would mean an unprecedented rise in Iran's power in the region. This development has put a ...
Iran nuclear deal 'not perfect' but buys time - US official
Members of Congress have argued that it was unwise to ease sanctions before Iran took aggressive action to rein in its nuclear program, which the United States, Israel and others suspect may be aimed at building bombs. Iran has denied this. "I was ...
Analysis: Will Ashton's time extension allow Iran to build a nuclear weapon?
There are worrying signs that Ashton and the other world powers have been lulled into a false sense of complacency, harking back to 2003 when Rouhani served as Iran's lead nuclear negotiator. It is worth recalling that Rouhani's spokesman, during the ...
Iran Policy and Negotiations Update
'US anti-Iran rhetoric bad for diplomacy'
Iran Policy and Negotiations Update, Feb. 4, 2014
Initial Iran nuclear deal 'not perfect' but buys time, top US official
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An initial agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program was "not perfect" but it bought time to try to get a comprehensive deal, a top U.S. official said on Tuesday in response to sharp criticism from Congress. Major world powers ...