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  • Some Israelis want to bomb Iran -- with love

     
    Israelis opposed to war with Iran have started an Internet campaign deluging Iranians with love, flashing peace signs and smiles behind logos such as “We will never bomb you” and “We (heart) you.”...
  • Netanyahu accuses world powers of giving Iran 'freebie' in talks

     
    Israel’s prime minister complained Sunday that six big world powers had given Iran “a freebie” in a new agreement that permits Tehran to enter negotiations about its disputed nuclear program May 23 without first halting enrichment of...
  • Critical international nuclear talks with Iran begin

     
    World powers began potentially crucial talks with Iran over its disputed nuclear program, even as Western officials appeared to rule out one much-discussed path to beginning negotiations....
  • A short history of the North Korean nuclear saga

     
    North Korea early Friday launched a rocket suspected by South Korea and the West to be a cover for testing its ballistic missile technology. It was the fourth such launch by North Korea, and South Korea and Western officials are concerned that, if history...
  • Iranian commander issues new warning to 'enemies'

     
    REPORTING FROM BEIRUT -- A senior Iranian military commander seemed to warn Tuesday that Tehran would strike preemptively at any “threats” directed against the Islamic Republic. “We will no more wait to see enemy action against us,&#...
  • North Korea nuclear deal: Five ideas about what it means

     
    North Korea has offered to suspend nuclear tests and enrichment to receive 240,000 metric tons of food aid, U.S. officials have announced. What does this mean? The Times turned to four experts for their insights....
  • North Korea nuclear deal tied to food aid

     
    North Korea’s willingness to readmit nuclear weapons inspectors and suspend key parts of its weapons program is linked to a condition the U.S. has long-insisted should not be part of any nuclear talks: providing the North Koreans with desperately...
  • Poll: Majority of Americans don't want Israel to attack Iran

     
    Most Americans do not want Israel to attack the Iranian nuclear program and believe Iran could rebuild its program in less than five years if it were attacked, according to a new University of Maryland poll....
  • Iran talks compromise ahead of nuclear talks but rejects 'preconditions'

     
    Iran sent encouraging signals Monday on the posture it will take at nuclear talks with six world powers later this week, dropping objections to meeting in Istanbul and hinting at a possible compromise on its iranium enrichment program that has sparked...
  • Israel misguided on Iran [The conversation]

     
    If Israel really planned on attacking Iran's nuclear facilities, skeptics ask, would it be talking about it so publicly? Still, rumors that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may attack Iran before this summer has opinionators screaming...
  • Nuclear power: Feds may OK first reactors since Three Mile Island

     
    Georgia nuclear power plant: Federal regulators are scheduled to vote on whether to approve construction plans for two Georgia nuclear reactors; the reactors would be the first nuclear plants built since the 1979 meltdown at Three Mile Island....