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  • Iran nuclear talks imperiled by dispute with Turkey

     
    A war of words between Turkish and Iranian leaders intensified Thursday, threatening to delay or even scuttle a new round of talks between Iran and world powers, and raising fresh doubt about whether Tehran will bargain over its disputed nuclear program.....
  • Iranian website cancels Q & A with U.S. official

     
    An Iranian news website offered to allow readers to pose questions to U.S. State Department spokesman Alan Eyre, who speaks fluent Persian, but canceled the event when Iran's culture ministry objected to contacts with an "intelligence officer."...
  • Israel military chief doesn't think Iran will make nuclear weapon

     
    The Israeli military chief says he doesn’t think Iran will choose to make nuclear weapons, though it is “going step by step to the place where it will be able to decide” whether to do so, Haaretz reported....
  • Iran may be 'cleansing' suspected nuclear site, analysis says

     
    A flurry of recent activity at an Iranian military compound, spotted on commercial satellite photos, raises concern that Iran may be “cleansing” a building before nuclear inspectors can examine it, according to an analysis by a Washington-...
  • World powers forge joint approach to Iran talks

     
    Six nations have agreed to offer a joint proposal to Iran next week in an effort to open a path for negotiations to curtail its nuclear program and to ease the threat of war....
  • 6 world powers open talks with Iran to curb nuclear program [Updated]

     
    BAGHDAD -- Officials of six world powers and Iran gathered at an imposing guest house in Baghdad's international zone in a hopeful but subdued atmosphere for one or two days of talks on Iran's disputed nuclear program. The six world powers opened the...
  • Poll finds broad European, Mideast support for sanctions on Iran

     
    The public in many European and Middle Eastern countries supports stronger economic sanctions and even military action against Iran to halt its nuclear ambitions, according to a poll of opinion in 21 countries released Friday by the Pew Research Center......
  • U.N. nuclear chief headed to Iran, inspection deal in the works

     
    The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency heads to Iran on Sunday for high-level meetings ahead of next week's gathering in Baghdad of world powers hoping to persuade Tehran to reopen its nuclear program to outside inspection....
  • Iran presses world powers for response to its nuclear proposal

     
    Talks between six world powers and Tehran over the disputed Iranian nuclear program went into a second day with Iranian negotiators pushing for a fuller response from the powers to its new proposal to resolve the crisis....
  • Iran counters Western offer on nuke inspections, news agency says

     
    Iranian negotiators have countered a proposal from six world powers with their own plan to resolve the long-running dispute over Iran's nuclear program, according to a state-controlled Iranian news agency....
  • Hopes fade for quick progress at Iran nuclear talks

     
    BAGHDAD -- Hopes for quick progress on Iran’s disputed nuclear program faded rapidly Wednesday, as diplomats from six world powers and Iran collided bitterly in daylong talks intended to resolve their differences over an effort many nations fear...