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By Amir Vahdat, Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
President Rouhani also said that Iran would stop exporting excess uranium and heavy water from its nuclear program, two requirements of the deal. He did not elaborate on the degree to which Iran was prepared to enrich uranium, which at…
By Associated Press
The sanctions target 31 Iranian scientists, technicians and companies involved in the country's nuclear and missile research and development programs.
By PBS NewsHour
The White House made a major announcement Friday about how the U.S. will proceed with the Iran nuclear agreement. While President Trump has made no secret of his disdain for the deal, he declined to reimpose broad sanctions, while warning…
“Zero Days,” a new documentary by Alex Gibney, lays out a sobering view of the rise of cyber warfare and its acceleration since intelligence agencies sabotaged Iran’s nuclear program. Gibney sits down with Jeffrey Brown.
Seven Iranians who have been held in the U.S. are being released by the Justice Department in a prisoner exchange for Americans imprisoned in Iran. Jeffrey Brown talks to Joel Androphy, attorney for Bahram Mechanic, a dual U.S.-Iranian citizen who…
In our news wrap Tuesday, the UN nuclear agency formally ended a decade-long probe, finding that Tehran had worked on activities related to a nuclear weapon, but found no sign the work has continued. Also, activists are accusing the Nigerian…
Senators wrapped up a deal on a bill that would enable Congress to weigh in on a nuclear agreement with Iran. The White House suggested that under the new revision, the president's veto threat might go away. Meanwhile, Iran's foreign…
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
The framework nuclear deal sealed by world powers and Iran leaves major questions: Could Iran cheat? Possibly. Would the U.S or anyone else be able to respond in time? In theory, yes. Are they prepared to use military force? Questionable.
The nuclear program framework agreed to by Iran and six world powers would limit that country’s uranium enrichment and its number of centrifuges. After verification, the European Union, the U.N. and the U.S. would lift sanctions. Judy Woodruff talks to…
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