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The Iranian government is waiting for word from the international community on nuclear consultations, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said. Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency said they weren't able to verify whether Iran'
He will discuss the Iranian nuclear threat and the Syrian civil war during visits to Shanghai and Beijing. Netanyahu will be accompanied by businessmen attempting to promote cooperative efforts between the two countries.
The former national defense assistant to Senator John McCain claims that Israel has acted in recent years to extend the range of its missiles and pose a threat to all of Iran's major population centers, ahead of Iran's nuclear age. He says Iran is
Iran, and the delegation's vice-chairwoman, Cornelia Ernst (GUE/NGL, Germany), are slated to arrive in Tehran in May. Related: Speaking with The Jerusalem Post by phone from Brussels on Thursday, British MEP Dr. Charles Tannock, a UK Conservative
Nuclear Threat Iran's Ahmadinejad at nuclear plant (archives) Photo: EPA Deputy nuclear negotiator Bagheri says Iran needs 20%-enriched uranium for Tehran research reactor, four others being built. 'We are waiting for Ashton's call,' he adds
Iran is ready to cooperate with Western countries if they are sincerely seeking cooperation with the Islamic Republic, Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi told reporters on Tuesday. Salehi made the remarks in response to U.S. and British officials who
On U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s first visit to Israel, the Syrian crisis overshadowed Iran’s nuclear program and the threat it poses to the Jewish state. In several public statements, Hagel tried to stress less
Ali Asghar Soltanieh briefs the media as he arrives for talks at the Iranian embassy in Vienna August 24, 2012. Iran said on Tuesday that it would be a "reliable partner" in the Middle East if Western countries would take a more cooperative approach
Former military intelligence head says Tehran would have to make decision about its nuclear program following the June Iranian presidential elections, adds "we are on a course of collision towards end of the year."...According to Yadlin, a decision
It is moving forward in its uranium enrichment but not in other areas in the nuclear program. It unlikely it will reach a deal with the international community and abandon plans for a nuclear weapon in the coming year." He further added, "It is