VIENNA (Reuters) - A former Iranian negotiator dismissed on Friday as
"diamonds for peanuts" a proposal by world powers that Tehran halts
higher-grade uranium enrichment and closes an underground nuclear site
in exchange for reactor fuel and civil ...
TEHRAN – The enrichment is a point of enormous pride to Iranians and a
high card in their talks with the 5+1 group (the five permanent members
of the UN Security Council and Germany), the New York Times said in an
analysis published on Thursday.
TEHRAN – The Iranian Intelligence Ministry issued an official report on
Thursday announcing that the assassins of nuclear scientists Mostafa
Ahmadi-Roshan and Majid Shahriari have been arrested. Ahmadi-Roshan, a
graduate of Sharif University of ...
TEHRAN – The leader of this week's Friday prayers in Tehran has said
that Iran will not give in to Western pressure to relinquish its right
to advance its peaceful nuclear program. “The Iranian nation, which has
experienced war, pressure, ...
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has urged key countries heading
into nuclear talks with Iran to maintain a hard line on sanctions. Mr.
Baird convened a meeting on Wednesday with ambassadors from so-called
“P5+1” countries, who will meet Iranian ...
After a decade, we are nearing an endgame on Iran's nuclear file. The
initial positive atmosphere during Tehran's talks with the P5+1 (the
five members of the UN security council plus Germany) in Istanbul in
April had been lost by the next round of ...
The international community turns a blind eye on Iran being
discriminated and terrorized over its peaceful nuclear program while
demanding that Tehran live under the rule of international law, accuses
Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili.
By Robert Wright The most undercovered story in Washington is how
President Obama, under the influence of election-year politics, is
letting America drift toward war with Iran. This story is the unseen but
ominous backdrop to next week's Moscow round ...