US Secretary of State John Kerry will join nuclear talks between major powers and Iran in Geneva on Friday in an attempt to nail down a long-elusive accord to start resolving a decade-old standoff over Tehran's atomic aims.
Iran's clerical leadership has told security hardliners to stay out of politics, in effect instructing them not to wreck the new centrist government's attempt to solve an intractable nuclear dispute with West.
If the messa
World powers and Iran began the second day of nuclear talks on Saturday with little hope of striking a breakthrough deal in the decade-old dispute that threatens to erupt into a new Middle East war.
Negotiators failed to narrow th
World powers will urge Iran on Friday to accept their offer to ease some economic sanctions if Tehran stops its most sensitive nuclear work, in talks aimed at calming tensions that threaten to boil over into war.
The six powers -
Iran and world powers will hold talks over Iran's disputed nuclear programme on February 26 in Kazakhstan, Iran's state news agency IRNA reported on Tuesday.
Iran's Supreme National Security Council announced the agree
Six world powers have proposed to hold a new round of talks with Iran on its nuclear programme in Kazakhstan on February 25, Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said on Sunday.
"I have good news - I heard yesterday t
The UN nuclear watchdog and Iran appear to have failed again in talks this week to finalise a deal to unblock an investigation into suspected atom bomb research in the Islamic state, said a diplomatic source.
The UN International
Iran has agreed to hold talks with six major powers about its atomic programme in January but the date and venue has yet to be decided, the country's top nuclear negotiator said on Friday.
The six powers want to rein in Iran
Iran will not stop higher-grade enrichment of uranium in response to external demands, Tehran's top nuclear official was quoted as saying on Tuesday, signaling a tough bargaining stance ahead of planned new talks with world powers.