Sunday 13 July 2014
Iran nuclear

US lawmakers in bid to thwart 'bad Iran deal'

US lawmakers are aiming to tighten sanctions on Iran to prevent Washington giving away too much in a deal on Tehran's nuclear programme that diplomats said was still possible despite the failure of high-level weekend talks. Th


IAEA ‘has limited knowledge of Stuxnet’

The UN nuclear watchdog has only limited knowledge of the Stuxnet computer worm, the agency chief was quoted as saying, after reports that the cyber attack had slowed Iran's nuclear programme. '(The) IAEA's knowledge on this St


Iran's nuclear sites tour proposal flounders

Iran's proposal for a tour of its nuclear sites floundered on Thursday after China effectively rejected the invite and Russia cautioned such a trip could never replace UN inspections or talks between Tehran and world powers. The Europe


UN chief voices 'grave concern' over Iran facility

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon voiced serious concern in a meeting with Iran's president on Friday that Tehran was building a new uranium enrichment facility. (Ban) expressed his 'grave concern about its (Iran's) activities r


Olmert talks tough on Iran's N-program

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said on Tuesday Iran's nuclear program must be stopped by "all possible means" and Tehran must be made to see it would suffer devastating repercussions if it pursued atomic weapons. The Israeli leader, un


Iran building N-arms says Olmert

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said on Tuesday he was certain that Iran is engaged in a secret operation to build nuclear weapons. "We are of the view that the Iranians are continuing to pursue their plans to create a capacity for non-

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