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Iran agreed to freeze some nuclear activities for six months in exchange for modest sanctions relief and a promise by Western powers not to impose new restrictions on its hard-hit economy.
IAEA chief Yukiya Amano said on Friday he might seek Iran’s permission for a Tehran office for inspectors.
The framework deal agreed Monday requires Iran to provide the IAEA within three months information on all new research reactors and to identify 16 sites designated for new nuclear power plants.
The Islamic republic’s atomic agency chief Ali Akbar Salehi confirmed on Sunday that Russia would hand over the 1,000-megawatt plant Monday.
By Philip Whitfield A just war? Or just a war? Martyrdom versus military might? How far is Syria’s Assad willing to go? Or will he go willingly? Who wins? Does everyone lose? Apparently you can be at both ends and in the middle at the same time. Bashar the Beast fights bantamweight: bare-knuckle with the …
Rowhani, 64, a former top nuclear negotiator who has championed more constructive engagement with world powers, won outright with 18.6 million votes, or 50.68% of those cast.
With the conservative camp divided, reformists seem confident of a good showing by moderate cleric Hassan Rowhani
Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei last month criticised Hollywood as a “totally political” machine that propagates policies brewed in Washington.
Minister Hisham Zaazou visits Iran for five days, submits memorandum to eliminate visas for tourists from Maghreb countries
The IAEA and Iran have agreed to hold another round of talks on 13 December in Tehran
Iran frequently conducts missile tests and manoeuvres to underline its military muscle should it come under external threat
Sudan’s links to Iran have come under scrutiny after Khartoum accused Israel of sending four radar-evading aircraft to strike the Yarmouk military factory in the heart of the capital
The dissolution of the Knesset was approved by 100 votes to none.
Under the package, the EU bans all transactions between European and Iranian banks unless authorised in advance by national authorities.
The Iranian Rial lost 40% of its value as a result to the economic sanctions
Morsy speech at NAM mistranslated to avoid reference to Syria fighting
“Syrian blood is not cheap,” says the Muslim Brotherhood spokesman
Non-Aligned Movement invitation sent only to Abbas
Invitation angers PLO
The Jordanian border to Syria serves as a gateway for Syrian refugees fleeing violence in their country
Iran to host a meeting to discuss the Syrian situation