Iran, powers make 'limited' progress at nuclear talks, to meet in February
GENEVA (Reuters) - Iran and major powers will meet again next month to try to narrow differences over Tehran's nuclear programme after making limited progress on Sunday, as Washington lobbied to stave off fresh sanctions, diplomats said. All sides ...
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Lindsey Graham said Sunday that he would set aside efforts to impose more sanctions on Iran if President Obama allows Congress to vote on a final deal with that country over its nuclear program. “I'm willing to forgo that vote with the understanding ...
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Iran's footballers under fire at home over 'selfies' with female fans
Images showing "inappropriately dressed" women have been censored out of media coverage of the tournament back home, leading one sports commentator, Adel Ferdosipour, on Iran's equivalent of Match of the Day to comment sardonically that the team ...
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Netanyahu signed secrecy order to conceal Israel-Iran legal battle
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly objects to revealing any information about the “oil arbitration” case that has been conducted between Israel and Iran in European courts for more than 20 years, the details of which were exposed on Haaretz.com ...
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The Economist (blog)
THE gaping political rift between Iran and the West can be attributed to many things, from the fiery rhetoric of the former Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, to the geopolitics of oil. But perhaps the biggest stumbling block to a more productive ...
Iran Blames Oil-Price Plunge for Delay in Minister's Saudi Visit
Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, made an invitation in May to Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif for talks in the kingdom with his Saudi counterpart Prince Saud al-Faisal. The visit, postponed a few months ago because of differences over the ...
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And there was the energetic engagement by Iran's foreign minister in negotiations on a nuclear deal that would lead to a lifting of U.N. sanctions. This followed an argument back in Tehran between the country's president and its supreme leader about ...
Marco Rubio: New sanctions needed against Iran
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, said on CBS' "Face the Nation" that the United States Congress should impose new sanctions against Iran, in spite of strong opposition to such a move from President Obama and foreign allies like British Prime Minister David ...
Rubio argues for more sanctions on Iran
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Obama tells Congress that more sanctions on Iran could lead to war
Los Angeles Times
President Obama vowed Friday to stop any attempt by Congress to ratchet up sanctions against Iran while the U.S. and partner countries negotiate over its nuclear program. Obama also warned lawmakers that they would be responsible if a sanctions drive ...
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Iran bans newspaper for reporting George Clooney's support of Charlie Hebdo
Iran's government condemned the attack on the Charlie Hebdo's offices and also the magazine itself, saying that publishing caricatures of Muhammed was “provocative” and an insult to Islam. George Clooney wearing a 'Je suis Charlie' badge with his wife, ...
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