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Iranian Nuclear Program

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  • Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Zarif employs a disarming charm

    No threats. No bluster. No blame. "I won't engage in blame games or spin," Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted Sunday. "Not my style. What I will engage in is a sincere effort to reach an agreement." With international negotiations...
  • U.S. won't extend nuclear talks without concessions from Iran

    U.S. won't extend nuclear talks without concessions from Iran
     U.S. officials warned Saturday that they would not seek to extend negotiations over Iran's nuclear program beyond the July 20 deadline unless Tehran's negotiators make major concessions in the next several days. With top Western diplomats convening...
  • U.S. considers air strikes, action with Iran to halt Iraq rebels

    U.S. considers air strikes, action with Iran to halt Iraq rebels
    The United States said it could launch air strikes and did not rule out cooperating with Iran to support the Iraqi government, after a rampage by Sunni Islamist insurgents across Iraq that has brought accusations of war crimes. Militants from the...
  • Obama tells Congress U.S. deploying up to 275 troops to Iraq

    Obama tells Congress U.S. deploying up to 275 troops to Iraq
    President Barack Obama told Congress on Monday the United States was deploying up to 275 military personnel to provide support and security for U.S. personnel and the country's embassy in Baghdad after militants seized control of the north of the country....
  • Michael Mann film finds China, U.S. on same side of cyber battle

    Michael Mann film finds China, U.S. on same side of cyber battle
    Allegations of industrial cyber-espionage and mass electronic snooping have been flying hot and heavy between Washington and Beijing recently, but director Michael Mann’s upcoming cyber-thriller imagines an American and a Chinese army officer...
  • India pays $550 million in oil dues to Iran: sources

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India paid a second instalment of $550 million in oil dues to Iran on Tuesday under an interim deal that has allowed Tehran access to $4.2 billion in blocked funds globally, two industry sources said. Asian buyers such as Japan...
  • U.S. threatens to end Iran nuclear talks

    U.S. threatens to end Iran nuclear talks
    A senior Obama administration official warned Thursday that world powers could break off nuclear negotiations in Vienna this month unless Iran begins to make concessions. The official said that though the six world powers and Iran have an option to...
  • Time limit is possible solution to impasse in Iran nuclear talks

    Negotiators in the ongoing talks in Vienna over Iran's nuclear program appear to be looking at one of the most contentious points of discussion as a possible route out of their impasse. The issue is the duration of the deal. Iran and the six world...
  • Palestinian fury at Israel boils in funeral for slain youth

    Palestinian fury at Israel boils in funeral for slain youth
    Chanting "Intifada, Intifada", thousands of furious Palestinians called for a new uprising against Israel during the funeral on Friday of a teen they believe was kidnapped and killed by far-right Jews. Stones thrown at Israeli police were met by teargas,...
  • Iran Overplays Its Hand, Creates Instability

    With the sudden rise of the terrorist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, a little-noted aspect is that Gen. Qassem Suleimani, the supposed strategic genius of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, has blundered disastrously. By overreaching in Iraq and...
  • A US-Iran alliance on Iraq? Is the enemy of our enemy our friend?

    WASHINGTON The United States considers Iran a top state sponsor of terrorism, a budding nuclear threat and a meddlesome supporter of President Bashar Assad's regime in civil war-torn Syria. But those negatives apparently aren't enough to prevent...