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WASHINGTON -- Iran further increased its uranium enrichment capacity in the last three months, yet it also limited its progress in certain sensitive areas of its disputed nuclear program in an apparent attempt to avoid risking retaliation from Israel or...
Thirty years of punishing sanctions have failed to curb Iran’s rogue behavior. Perhaps, a growing chorus of diplomats and security experts suggest, it is time for the United States to change tactics. With a presidential election in the Islamic...
TEHRAN -- Rescue workers on Wednesday gave up the search for more survivors of an earthquake that flattened homes and killed dozens of people in southern Iran, according to local news reports. The semiofficial Fars News Agency and other news outlets...
Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been doubling down on his hard-line message that all but rules out the possibility of direct talks with the United States. In the lead-up to the latest round of the so-called six-party talks on Iran's...
On Feb. 26, the United States and Iran will once more resume their diplomatic ritual, in the so-called six-party talks, over Iran's disputed nuclear program. As the two perennial adversaries eye one another, there are competing paradigms about how to deal...
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi overreached last week when he asserted near-dictatorial power under a "temporary" decree that placed his actions beyond judicial review. The move galvanized his political opponents, dismayed some of his supporters and...
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World NowThe Iranian nuclear agency chief said explosive blasts cut off power to an underground nuclear facility in August, publicly making suggesations of sabotage before the country headed into a meeting with world powers over its disputed nuclear program....
World NowEight hours of negotiations between U.N. officials and Iran's nuclear policy envoy ended Friday without an agreement for inspectors to visit suspect Iranian facilities, the U.N. nuclear agency's deputy director said....
World NowThe United Nations' nuclear watchdog has created a task force to better analyze Iran's suspected efforts to develop nuclear weapons, the agency confirmed Wednesday....
World NowThe European Union imposed new sanctions on Iran and Syria. The EU says the new restrictions are warranted because of Iran's continued lack of cooperation over inspection of its nuclear program and Syria's violent crackdown on rebels....
World NowBringing all of the 145 nuclear reactors in the European Union up to safety standards could cost as much as $32 billion, a European Commission report released Thursday said. Sobered by the Fukushima nuclear disaster last year in Japan that forced more...
By Reem Abdellatif CAIRO – Islamists have filed defamation suits against Mohamed ElBaradei, claiming the Nobel Peace Prize laureate referred to them as “clowns” and “merchants of religion” in an increasingly tense...
Tags: Mohamed ElBaradei, Islam, Trials, Religion and Belief, Taliban
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