Tag: Nuclear

State Dep’t Won’t Confirm It Is Concerned About Iran’s Nuclear Cheating

The State Department on Monday insisted that Iran is meeting its obligations under an interim nuclear agreement, but declined to comment on allegations in a news report that Iran is breaching U.N. sanctions by continuing to procure equipment for a heavy-water plutonium reactor. Secretary of State John Kerry has stated that it would be “unacceptable” […]

Hopes of nuclear deal with Iran fade, as diplomats now seek extension

The possibility of the U.S. and five other nations reaching a nuclear deal with Iran by this week’s deadline began to fade Sunday with reports that diplomats are now discussing an extension.   Secretary of State John Kerry and the other world leaders have started internal discussions on extending the talks — one day before […]

Talks with Powers Will be Extended

Iran’s foreign minister suggested on Tuesday that six world powers are leaning towards extending nuclear talks with Tehran beyond a July 20 deadline, Reuters reported. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said “serious differences” remained in nuclear talks with the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China. He added, however, that the text of a […]

Iran could accept deal to halt nuclear program for seven years, FM says

Iran is offering to hold off from expanding its uranium-enrichment program for about seven years in negotiations with six world powers, Tehran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said in remarks published by The New York Times Tuesday. Zarif outlined the offer as negotiators were struggling in Vienna to reach a deal by a Sunday deadline […]

New Video Explains ‘Bad’ Iran Nuclear Deal

The Ministry of Diaspora Affairs, headed by Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home), has released an engaging new animated video explaining how critical it is that Iran not be allowed off the hook with a bad deal in ongoing negotiations over its nuclear program.   Talks have not showed much results ahead of their July 20 deadline, but […]