A leaked report shows that before Netanyahu's allegations against Tehran, Mossad knew that Iran was “not performing the activity necessary to produce weapons.”
Under an earlier deal, Russia was to provide Iran with S-300 defense systems, but refused to do so under the pretext of UN sanctions against Tehran.
Proponents and opponents of former President Ahmadinejad seem to see eye to eye on one matter: his trial in a court of law.
The deputy foreign minister has said the Iranian nation and nuclear negotiators will never surrender to threats, bullying, pressures, and force.
The president urged Non-Aligned member states to drop non-realistic missions and try to focus on areas of joint scientific and technological cooperation.
Zarif and Kerry have ended a first round of talks to resolve the remaining issues on Tehran’s nuclear program as a deadline for reaching an inclusive agreement draws closer.
Giving an ultimatum to managers, the deputy energy minister warned that if they are not motivated enough to contribute to water management, they’d better step down.
The improvised explosive device that went off in front of the ambassador’s residence did not cause any casualties.
All polls indicate 80-plus percent public support for the administration’s nuclear approach, said the president.
Sharq daily in an opinion piece censures destructive attempts by the US war hawks like Kissinger to torpedo nuclear talks with Iran.