Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday major powers would continue talks with Iran to resolve a decade-old dispute over Tehran's nuclear program ...
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Major powers are ready to respond if Iran comes to Feb. 26 nuclear talks ready to address questions about its nuclear program, U.
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Is it possible Iran has paid for and outsourced their nuclear program to North Korea? One leading expert say yes. And Iran might be providing their best nuclear scientist as well.
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Iran said it will open talks with the West about its nuclear program, as long as the United States publicly upholds Iran's right to enrich uranium, a spokesman for the nation's Foreign Ministry said Tuesday. The statements, from spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast, come just before world powers are due to meet ...
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WASHINGTON -- Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei rejected the U.S. offer of direct talks on his country's disputed nuclear program, deepening doubts about the prospects that Tehran's upcomi
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TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A top Iranian lawmaker declared Sunday that Iran will never halt its nuclear development program, a day after the latest round of international talks failed to reach agreement ...
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A senior U.S. envoy accused Iran of "deception, defiance and delay" Wednesday in dealing with international concerns about its nuclear program, reflecting frustration over Tehran's expanding uranium enrichment program and stalled U.N. attempts to determine whether Tehran has worked secretly on nuclear arms.
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Joel GehrkeIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reminded President Obama that the U.S. policy of sanctioning Iran’s nuclear program hasn’t succeeded and emphasized that Israel will carry out a unilateral strike on Iran if it deems it necessary. “Notwithstanding our joint efforts and your great success in mobilizing the international community, diplomacy and sanctions...
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JERUSALEM -- Israel's prime minister says North Korea's recent nuclear test shows that "sanctions alone will not stop" Iran's atomic program. Benjamin Netanyahu told a gathering of international Jewish leaders on Monday that the Western sanctions against Tehran "have to be coupled with a robust, credible, military threat. If they are not, then there is no chance to stop...
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Iran cited the latest report by U.N.'s nuclear watchdog as evidence that its atomic program is being used for peaceful purposes, state TV reported on Friday ahead of a new round of nuclear talks with the West.
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