Wall Street Journal
Negotiators Turn to Possible Extension of Iran Nuclear Talks
Wall Street Journal
VIENNA—Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program on Wednesday turned to the possible extension of the talks, with senior officials saying the current round could end as early as Friday. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who left Vienna on Tuesday ...
Nuclear talks with Iran should be given more time
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Lets Make a Deal with Iran
New York Times
Kerry Cites Big Gaps in Nuclear Talks With Iran
The fate of a possible landmark nuclear deal with Iran sank further into limbo Tuesday, with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry noting "very real gaps" ahead of a July 20 target date for a deal meant to put firm curbs on Tehran's atomic program. Kerry ...
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Obama hits Russia with more sanctions, hints at extending Iran's nuclear deadline
Obama also said that Iran has made significant efforts to fulfill its promise to scale back its nuclear program -- including international inspections -- ahead of a July 20 deadline. But he said he will talk with Congress in the coming days about ...
Iran, powers seek to agree terms for extending nuclear talks: diplomats
Western nations fear Iran's nuclear program may be aimed at developing a nuclear weapons capability. Tehran says it is for peaceful purposes. "We hope to be gone before Sunday and wrap up (the extension) before the weekend," a Western diplomat said.
Sanctions on Iran 'cost West billions'
The choice America will face at that point is whether to lift sanctions on Iran in order to extract valuable and irreversible nuclear concessions from Tehran. Any debate over whether to exchange sanctions for limitations to Iran's nuclear program ...
Your Middle East
Sanctions on Iran cost the US as much as $175 billion, study says
Washington Post (blog)
A new study published this week by the National Iranian American Council argues that the various trade sanctions the United States has maintained on Iran for more than a decade actually hurts the American economy. The NIAC, a U.S.-based organization ...
Opinion: Sanctions on Iran cost West billions
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Obama and Kerry discuss 'path forward' on Iran nuclear talks as deadline looms
US President Barack Obama was on Wednesday locked in urgent discussions with his secretary of state, John Kerry, over how to rescue nuclear talks with Iran, which appear unlikely to yield the kind of historic agreement they hoped would be possible.
Former Iran Hostage Urges Congress to Support Nuclear Talks With Iran
Josh Fattal, one of the three American hikers held hostage in Iran, recited this poem while addressing the crowd during the Washington, D.C. stop of his book tour for A Sliver of Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran. Together with his friends and ...
Military assessment says Iraqi units infiltrated by ISIS, Iran-backed ...
The New York Times reported that the assessment warns that Iraqi forces loyal to embattled Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki are so dependent on the Shiite militias, as well as advisers from Iran's paramilitary Quds Force that American advisers could face ...
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Congress Can Avoid Iran War By Supporting Negotiations
Huffington Post (blog)
Right now in Vienna, U.S. negotiators and their partners from other world powers are in the delicate, late stages of negotiations with Iran. If we succeed, Iran would lock up its nuclear program and put it under constant monitoring. If talks collapse ...