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But it also set out red lines in PowerPoint presentation at recent Moscow talks.
Cyprus (AP) — The European Union's embargo on Iranian oil sales is "on the wrong track" and won't help end a dispute over Tehran's nuclear program, Iran's foreign minister declared Tuesday, warning the EU to avoid actions that may jeopardize fuel
Iran (AP) — Iran's leaders have lashed out at the West, accusing it of "enmity" and "bullying" policies toward their nation after recent nuclear talks with world powers in Moscow ended without progress, according to Iranian media reports Thursday.
Quartet Middle East envoy says Iran not just Israel's but the world's problem; adds restarting PA talks of paramount importance. Luke MacGregor Quartet Middle East envoy Tony Blair on Thursday asked the Israeli public to trust that the international
Some commanders even asserted that Iran was not only impervious to Western threats but poised to dominate economically, despite evidence that the accumulation of sanctions on Iran, which are set to intensify in a few weeks, could cripple its ability
Another failure of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers does not come as a surprise. The two-day dialogue in Moscow was doomed to fail as Iranian leadership never wanted to suspend the enrichment of uranium, the main source of concern
A top Russian official made a last-ditch effort to save talks over Iran's nuclear program from collapse Tuesday, holding a meeting with Iran's chief envoy. But diplomats said the negotiations remained deadlocked as they went into
The two-day talks between six world powers and Iran started on Monday. The diplomats say that the talks have largely remained inconclusive so far owing to the stubborn attitude of Iran. The country has demanded the world powers to first ease
A new round of talks on Iran 's nuclear ambitions began in Moscow on Monday, with a significant gap looming between the two sides' positions as painful new sanctions are set to come into effect to further isolate Tehran from world oil and banking
Saudi Arabia keen to keep a lid on prices, rival Iran pushing to cut production and Iraq expected to back Iran, its longtime foe under Saddam Hussein. The divisions will test the unity of the Organization of the Petroleum