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  • Kerry arrives in Geneva to join Iran nuclear talks

    BEIRUT — U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry arrived in Geneva on Friday amid indications of a possible breakthrough in talks on Iran’s controversial nuclear program. Reports from the Swiss city indicated that the contours of a historic...
  • The case for a deal with Iran

    It's understandable that there is skepticism about whether Iran would abide by an interim agreement to suspend most of its nuclear activities in exchange for some relief from economic sanctions. But the United States and the other nations that have been...
  • Israel's Netanyahu still concerned about potential deal with Iran

    JERUSALEM -- The morning after talks between Iran and six major powers ended in Geneva without an agreement on limiting Tehran's nuclear program, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday welcomed the delay. After a harsh statement two days...
  • Kerry says of Iran nuclear talks: 'We are not blind'

    Kerry says of Iran nuclear talks: 'We are not blind'
    WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Sunday said he was not being taken in by an Iranian effort to buy time to build a nuclear weapon. "We are not blind, and I don't think we're stupid," Kerry said in an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press."...
  • Iran appears to stiffen demands at nuclear talks

    Iran appears to stiffen demands at nuclear talks
    GENEVA -- Iran appeared Thursday to be stiffening its demands in international negotiations aimed at curbing its nuclear program, even as other signs suggested that the seven countries at the bargaining table might be close to a deal. Abbas Araqchi,...
  • Iran plays with wording on nuclear program

    Iran plays with wording on nuclear program
    GENEVA — On the eve of a new round of talks, Iran's foreign minister appeared to suggest a way Tehran and the West can finesse the touchy question of whether the Islamic Republic will continue to enrich uranium for its nuclear program. Foreign...
  • Obama asks Senate leaders to hold off on new Iran sanctions

    Obama asks Senate leaders to hold off on new Iran sanctions
    WASHINGTON – A day before the United States and allies are to reopen talks on Iran’s disputed nuclear program, President Obama asked Senate leaders Tuesday to hold off on imposing new sanctions on the Islamic Republic to give the...
  • Nuclear talks resume between Iran, six world powers

    Nuclear talks resume between Iran, six world powers
    GENEVA -- International negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program resumed here Wednesday, with the U.S. team under growing pressure to deliver an interim deal as soon as possible. Ten days after the last round broke off just short of the finish...
  • On verge of a nuclear deal, Iran appears to harden its stance

    GENEVA — Iran appeared Thursday to be stiffening its demands in negotiations aimed at curbing its nuclear program, even amid signs that the seven countries at the bargaining table might be close to a deal. Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi...
  • Iranians express more optimism about nuclear talks

    GENEVA -- Iranian officials spoke more optimistically about the chances for a deal on their disputed nuclear program following a Friday morning meeting with the chief representative of the six major powers at talks aimed at curbing that program. In a...
  • Iran nuclear deal appears imminent

    GENEVA — A deal to limit Iran's nuclear program appeared close to completion Friday as negotiators from six world powers and Tehran smoothed remaining conflicts and top diplomats began arriving to join the talks. After a rocky day Thursday,...