Nuclear agreement marks a new era in Iranian politics. But political troubles await the Middle East
Russia and US agree on the need to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, and also found opportunity to talk on the Middle East crisis.
Negotiators struggle to meet Tuesday’s deadline as disagreements on level of surveillance that can be done on Iran’s nuclear program remain.
The talks made little headway as US and Iran disagree on the level of monitoring that can be done on Iran’s nuclear programme.
Talks make little progress as nations seek to meet Tuesday’s deadline to finalize details of historic accord to curtail Iran’s nuclear programme.
Foreign ministers from the four other nations at the negotiating table — Russia, China, Britain and Germany — are also expected to join in as they try to bridge differences with Iran,
As Tehran and Washington inch towards a nuclear deal, there will be much room for expansive engagement between India and Iran.
Jalali, head of Iran’s Civil Defence Organisation, said the new rule, which is pending final approval, would mean officials “should use other phones for work that involves sensitive information.”
The ban came to worldwide attention last year over the detention of a British-Iranian woman trying to attend a men’s match.
The talks between Kerry and Zarif lasted six hours, in what officials described as the most substantive negotiating round since world powers and Iran clinched a framework pact in April.
Rezaian, an Iranian-American, has been held since July last year in a politically sensitive case that has unfolded while Iran and world powers conduct nuclear talks
Iran Ambassador to India Gholamreza Ansari laments India is very slow in trade deals, denies a Shia-Sunni conflict in West Asia, and explains why all will benefit from the Iran-US n-deal.
Saudi led airstrikes aim rebels’ weapon cache touching off massive explosions and killing 19.
Afghanistan and Iran announced plans for security cooperation to combat the Islamic State group, including possible joint military operations.
Iran’s revolutionary guard said inspectors would be barred from military sites under any nuclear agreement with world powers.