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Nuclear talks to continue after ‘tough’ negotiations between Kerry and Iran

Iran denies seeking the atomic bomb and wants the lifting of crippling UN and Western sanctions.


US, Iran trade barbs before nuclear talks finale

US Secretary of State John Kerry, writing in the Washington Post, said that the negotiations constituted “a choice for Iran’s leaders”.


Stranded engineer in Iran urges Centre to secure safe return

Pandya and Khan’s passports were allegedly seized by a private engineering firm in Iran’s Zanjan city over a business dispute with their employer.


Iran bans female fans and journalists from volleyball games

IRNA did not give any explanation about the new ban on female journalists.


US, Iran, longtime enemies, now potential partners

The two countries have cooperated before, notably when Washington twice invaded Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. They’ve also collaborated on combating drug flows.


US-Iran thaw over Iraq clears way for New Delhi to start making oil payments to Tehran

Indian refiners were settling 45 per cent of Iran payments in rupees which Tehran used for importing humanitarian goods from India.


Iraq crisis: US and Iran to refrain from pressing for a ‘sectarian agenda’ and focus on inclusive support

“We’re open to continuing our engagement with the Iranians, just as we are engaging with other regional players on the threat by ISIL.”


John Kerry says air strikes in Iraq an option, U.S. open to Iran talks

Kerry says U.S. drone strikes “may well” be an option to stop Sunni extremists.

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US plans to hold direct talks with Iran on Iraq: Reports

The Wall Street Journal reported that the direct US-Iran talks is expected to begin next week.


Iran’s Zoroastrians celebrate Persian roots

Adherents of the Zoroastrian religion from around the world gathered at a mountain shrine in central Iran this week.

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Iran may help Iraq if asked: Rouhani

The army clawed back some towns and territory around Samarra Saturday with the help of Shia militia.


No talks with Iran on Iraq crisis: US

No, we are not talking to the Iranians about Iraq,” State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf.


Iran oil sanctions suspended for six months by Obama

Iranian controversies on the nuclear weapons programme led to Obama suspending Iranian oil sanctions.


Iran billionaire executed over $2.6 bn fraud, says report

The fraud involved using forged documents to get credit at one of Iran’s top financial institutions, Bank Saderat.

Iran says warships sailing towards U.S.

Iranian naval officer said warships ordered to approach U.S. maritime borders as a response to the stationing of U.S. vessels in the Gulf.