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  • Little progress seen as Iran nuclear talks adjourn

    Little progress seen as Iran nuclear talks adjourn
    A crucial round of international negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program ended abruptly Friday with Western diplomats acknowledging they had made less headway than they had hoped and complaining that Iran is holding up their effort to seal a...
  • World powers may have to assess Iran nuclear program without U.N. report

    The United Nations is not likely to complete its assessment of Iran’s suspected nuclear weapons research within the next two months, creating a new complication for the international negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, a U.N. report...
  • IAEA assessment plan presents new hurdle in Iran nuclear talks

    IAEA assessment plan presents new hurdle in Iran nuclear talks
    The United Nations is unlikely to complete its assessment of whether Iran has conducted research on nuclear weapons before the deadline set by six world powers for a deal to curb the country's nuclear activities, a new complication in the international...
  • Hassan Rouhani clashes with Iranian conservatives over nuclear talks

    The war of words between Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his conservative critics is escalating as nuclear talks between Tehran and world powers are set to enter a potentially decisive phase next week. The president and his supporters came out...
  • The war to end all wars

    "Peace, as we have seen, is not an order natural to mankind: it is artificial, intricate and highly volatile. All kinds of preconditions are necessary." -- Michael Howard, "The Invention of Peace" And here comes World War I, wrapped in World War II,...
  • U.S., Iranian leaders need success, but see peril in nuclear talks

    U.S., Iranian leaders need success, but see peril in nuclear talks
    The negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program that resume here this week could, if successful, give a huge boost to the governments in Washington and Tehran. But if they collapse, there could be damaging political blowback for leaders in the two...
  • Iran nuclear talks still face obstacles, U.S. official says

    Iran nuclear talks still face obstacles, U.S. official says
    A top U.S. official cautioned Tuesday that obstacles remain before a nuclear deal can be reached between Iran and six world powers and warned that the widespread optimism about the four-month-long negotiations has gotten “way out of control.”...
  • Iran accuses West of concocting evidence on nuclear program

     
    Iran nuclear weapons United Nations IAEA: Iranian officials rejected a report by the United Nations nuclear inspection agency that accuses Iran of taking steps to develop a nuclear bomb. Iranian state-run television claimed the allegations were...
  • Sarkozy overheard telling Obama that Netanyahu is a 'liar'

     
    French President Nicolas Sarkozy was overheard calling Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a “liar” during private talks last week with President Obama. Israeli media and the general public greeted the news largely with a shrug and few...
  • Iran nuclear program raises 'serious concerns,' U.N. agency says

     
    Iran nuclear program: The United Nations nuclear inspection agency has “serious concerns” about “possible military dimensions to Iran’s nuclear program.”...
  • Iran vows not to budge 'an iota' on nuclear program

     
    A defiant Iran declared Wednesday that it would not suspend or alter its nuclear energy program, a day after a United Nations watchdog said it found evidence that Iran was pursuing development of an atomic weapon....