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By PBS NewsHour
Benjamin Netanyahu, prime minister of Israel, warned Congress of the dangers of making a bad nuclear deal that could pave “Iran's path to the bomb.” What would a good deal achieve? And is Netanyahu right about the threat of Iran?…
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu railed against a possible nuclear agreement with Iran in a speech to Congress, urging the U.S. to ditch the current outlines for a deal and toughen sanctions. President Obama did not attend, instead offering a…
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — While President Barack Obama hasn't ruled out the possibility of reopening a U.S. Embassy in Iran, Republicans say the Senate will vote within weeks on a bill to impose more sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program.
By Larisa Epatko
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told the PBS NewsHour’s chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner on Friday that Iran would "accept" President Barack Obama's promise to lift sanctions in ongoing negotiations over Iran's nuclear program, rather than holding out…
Delegates from Iran and the European Union, U.S., Russia, Britain, France and Germany met in Geneva Monday for their first nuclear talks in more than a year.
President Obama addressed the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday on a wide range of issues, including reinstating Iran's need to demonstrate the peaceful intent of its nuclear program and calling for international support of Israeli and Palestinian peace efforts.
The U.N. Security Council approved a new round of sanctions targeting Iran's nuclear program on Wednesday, sending an "unmistakable message" that Tehran must fulfill its obligations under the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), President Obama said after the vote.
The United States is pushing the U.N. Security Council to impose sanctions on Iran for ignoring a deadline to halt uranium enrichment, but not until EU negotiators meet with Iran next week. Margaret Warner reports from Tehran.
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