President Joe Biden sought to assure Israel that he would not tolerate a nuclear Iran as he met with outgoing Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at the White House.
By Aamer Madhani, Josh Boak, Associated Press
Enrique Mora, the European Union official who chaired the final meeting of the sixth round of talks between Russia, China, Germany, France, Britain and Iran, told reporters that "we are closer to a deal, but we are not still there.”…
By Kirsten Grieshaber, Philipp Jenne, Associated Press
Delegations from Russia, China, Germany, France, Britain, Iran and the U.S. have been holding talks in Vienna aimed at making Tehran comply with a 2015 deal curbing its atomic ambitions and also bringing the U.S. back into the accord.
By Philipp Jenne, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
Brian Hook, U.S. envoy to Iran, said the U.S. would renew for 60 days sanctions waivers that permit Russian, European and Chinese companies to continue to work on Iran's civilian nuclear facilities without running afoul of U.S. sanctions.
By Deb Reichmann, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, Iran announced it has begun enriching uranium to levels higher than is allowed under the 2015 nuclear accord. The new level is still far below weapons-grade, but a foreign ministry spokesman threatened that it could…
By Larisa Epatko
After nearly a decade of diplomatic efforts, culminating in weeks of wrangling and late-night sessions in Vienna, negotiators emerged with a final deal Tuesday to prevent Iran from making a nuclear bomb.
By PBS NewsHour
On Sunday, there was word that the historic deal between Iran and several nations about limiting their nuclear program in exchange for lifting economic sanctions could come as early as Monday. But Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said there was…
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
Leaders of Gulf nations unnerved by Washington's nuclear talks with Iran and Tehran's meddling across the Mideast look to President Barack Obama to promise more than words and weapons at Thursday's Camp David summit.
By Associated Press
Secretary of State John Kerry is urging congressional opponents of an emerging nuclear deal with Iran to "hold their fire" until they see a final agreement later this year.
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