Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif calls for “dignity” and “respect,” but makes no direct mention of the uranium enrichment that is at the heart of diplomatic wrangling under way between Iran and the West
But says details of inspections would have to first be agreed upon
Experts say Israel is right to be wary
Says French and U.S. both signed off on agreement
Police believe a “personal motive” is behind the shooting of the trade official
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says that Iran talks ‘a long and interesting process, but a very productive one’
Iranian negotiator expects deal on Friday
A nuclear deal between Iran and the United States and other Western powers may be possible this week.
In a couple of days, negotiations will be resumed in Geneva, and Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammed Jawad Zarif has made …
In the foreground of the nuclear talks between Iran and Western powers that got under way in Geneva this month were centrifuges, yellowcake and enriched uranium — all elements of what Iran calls a peaceful nuclear-energy …
Held since Monday after protesting outside prison
Amnesty International condemns “horrific prospect” of a second hanging
Iran’s new Foreign Minister got a muscle spasm after being misquoted by a conservative newspaper in his own country, a curious illustration of the political tensions within the Islamic Republic.