Who invented polo? Iran and Azerbaijan are locking horns over which nation invented the popular sport.
(TEHRAN, Iran) — Iran’s nuclear chief said Sunday that the Islamic Republic needs more nuclear power plants, the country’s official news agency reported, just after it struck a deal regarding its contested nuclear program with world powers.
Ali Akbar Salehi said the additional nuclear power would help the country reduce its carbon …
(TEHRAN, Iran) — An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.6 struck a town Thursday in southern Iran, killing seven people while causing no damage at the country’s only nuclear power plant, state television reported.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the temblor struck some 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) northeast of Borazjan. It hit …
A date has been set for the U.N. nuclear watchdog to inspect Iran’s heavy-water production plant at Arak
(TEHRAN, Iran) — Iran plans to increase its production of uranium enriched at a low level, its official news agency reported Thursday.
IRNA quoted Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s nuclear department, as saying machines which were earlier producing 20 percent enriched uranium will be engaged in producing low-level enriched …
TIME’s guide to the Iran nuclear deal forged in Geneva this weekend — what was agreed, what was not and what’s all this about uranium enrichment, anyway
Catherine Ashton, the E.U.’s top foreign policy official, has endured criticism and even mockery. But she played a key role in the talks that led to the current deal over Iran’s nuclear program
While most in Iran celebrated a deal that could signal a warming of ties between Tehran and Washington, the country’s hardliners found reason to grumble
There’s delight in Tehran, but some fear that Congress could scrap a future deal
(GENEVA) — Iran nuclear talks entered a delicate phase Thursday as negotiators tried to fine-tune a draft agreement that would limit Tehran’s atomic program in return for easing some sanctions. Iran’s ability to produce nuclear fuel and relief for Iran’s oil and banking sectors appeared to be among the sticking points.
64% of Americans would support a deal to restrict Iran’s nuclear capabilities
Iran’s Supreme Leader called Israel “the rabid dog” of the region
David Cameron became the first British Prime Minister to call the Iranian President in more than a decade, ahead of next week’s nuclear negotiations in Geneva. Cameron and President Hassan Rouhani of Iran discussed Iran’s nuclear …