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Iran offers no "nuclear threat". There is not the slightest evidence that it has the centrifuges necessary to enrich Uranium to weapons-grade material. The head of the IAEA, Mohamed ElBaradei, has repeatedly said his inspectors have found nothing to support American and Israeli claims. Iran has done nothing illegal; it has demonstrated no territorial ambitions nor has it engaged in the occupation of a foreign country - unlike the United States, Britain and Israel. It has complied with its obligations under the Non-Proliferation Treaty to allow inspectors to "go anywhere and see anything" - unlike the US and Israel. The latter has refused to recognise the NPT, and has between 200 and 500 thermonuclear weapons targeted at Iran and other Middle Eastern states.
"The agency has been able to verify the non-diversion of the declared nuclear materials at the enrichment facilities in Iran and has therefore concluded that it remains in peaceful use."
International Atomic Energy Agency report, Aug. 28, 2007
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Commenting on the recent remarks of Donald Trump regarding Iran, which Tehran labelled as 'Iranophobia', Iranian political analyst Ali Reza Rezakhah explained to Sputnik Persian what the real purpose behind the comments of the US leader is and who ...
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday extended wide sanctions relief for Iran called for under a 2015 worldwide nuclear deal even as he imposed narrow penalties on Iranian and Chinese figures for supporting Iran's ballistic missile program. The ...
He will need foreign investment and further engagement from governments willing to ignore Trump's message. If western nations that worked so hard with Rouhani to craft the nuclear deal want to see Iran's reformers prosper, they should think what they ...
Second, Trump should insist on limits on all Iranian missiles. Kerry negotiated UN Security Council Resolution 2231 (2015) which asks Iran not to work on or launch "ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons." This polite ...
No honest observer could call that appeasement of Iran, but then Iran hawks haven't been honest about most things during the debate over the nuclear deal. During the so-called "appeasement of Iran," the U.S. imposed extensive sanctions on the Iranian ...
The Boeing sales, which are still pending, are "absolutely the big bellwether" that will send a signal to Western companies standing on the sidelines of the Iranian market that the administration will support the nuclear deal, Trita Parsi, the ...
Ahead of the vote, a central figure in nuclear negotiations with Iran, former Secretary of State John Kerry, took to twitter to warn against new sanctions, writing: "There are many tools to up the pressure already in place and at our disposal.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday easily passed legislation that would tighten sanctions against Iran, a move the Obama administration had warned against over fears that it could put at risk the Iran nuclear agreement. The committee ...
Here's a look at Trump's statement on the 2015 deal that eased economic sanctions in return for a freeze on Iranian nuclear development: TRUMP, on why the U.S. under President Barack Obama should not have agreed to the deal: "I think they would have ...
It added more last week at the same time as it renewed a waiver of sanctions related to Iran's nuclear programme. In Saudi Arabia last Saturday, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged newly re-elected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to end ...
WASHINGTON - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved on Thursday the most sweeping sanctions against Iran since the United States and five other nations reached an agreement with Tehran in 2015 to sharply limit that nation's nuclear capability ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Senate panel overwhelmingly backed bipartisan legislation that would authorize President Donald Trump to put new sanctions on Iran while keeping the landmark nuclear deal with Tehran in place. The Foreign Relations Committee ...
The Tennessee Republican says he recently reviewed top-secret intelligence that detailed Iran's support for terrorism and other destabilizing actions.
US President Donald Trump said on Monday (May 22) during a visit to Jerusalem that Iran must never be allowed to have nuclear weapons while also denouncing Teheran's support for "terrorists". "Most importantly, the United States and Israel can declare ...
But the administration also imposed unrelated sanctions on two Iranian defense officials, an Iranian company and members of a China-based network for supporting Iran's ballistic missile program. The U.S.is reviewing whether to continue honoring what ...
Rouhani's statement comes as President Donald Trump, who just finished a visit to Saudi Arabia and is currently visiting Israel, came out forcefully against Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons, its ballistic missile program and its state support for ...
Donald Trump has today warned that Iran must never be allowed to possess nuclear weapons. The US president also blasted Tehran's support for "terrorists", during a visit to Jerusalem.
Trump also attacked the administration of former U.S. President Barack Obama for agreeing to the 2015 international deal restraining Iran's nuclear weapons program in exchange for lifting economic sanctions against Tehran, a pact the Jewish State ...
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who was re-elected for a second term last week, championed the 2015 deal but on Monday he appeared to sweep aside international concern about Iran's missile programme. "The Iranian nation has decided to be powerful ...
The Trump administration's emerging strategy for confronting Iranian threats appears to be upholding the nuclear deal while sanctioning Iran's non-nuclear behavior, two experts on the agreement wrote Wednesday in The Wall Street Journal. Mark Dubowitz ...
President Trump insisted Monday that Iran must "never, ever" come close to acquiring nuclear weapons, and called on Israel to join the U.S.
US President Donald Trump, left, shakes hands with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin after delivering statements, Monday, May 22, 2017, in Jerusalem.
Trump's remarks come the day after the Arab Islamic American Summit was held in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, during which the US president said that Iran has been supporting terrorists, militias and extremist groups that spread destruction and chaos ...
"Most importantly the United States and Israel can declare with one voice that Iran must never be allowed to possess a nuclear weapon -- never ever -- and must cease its deadly funding, training and equipping of terrorists and militias," Trump said in ...
US President Donald Trump has said the United States and Israel will never allow Iran to have nuclear weapons, even though the Islamic Republic has already made it very clear that it has no desire or program to develop one.
With the exception of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, who Rouhani accused of attempting to sabotage the deal by testing ballistic missiles inscribed with provocative anti-Israel messages, the Iranian presidential election campaign provided few existential ...
Rouhani is a political moderate by Iranian standards, but the 68-year-old has come to embody more liberal and reform-minded Iranians' hopes for greater political freedom at home and better relations with the outside world.
Hua Chunying, spokeswoman of China's Foreign Ministry, gestures at a regular news conference in Beijing, China, January 6, 2016.
The announcement of new U.S. sanctions came as President Donald Trump extended relief from sanctions linked to Iran's nuclear program, as part of the 2015 international agreement to limit Iranian nuclear activity. Under that deal, sanctions punishing ...
He noted that the activities of all Iranian nuclear facilities are transparent and strictly controlled by the IAEA, and thus hackers simply have nothing to surprise the world with.
The Trump administration said Wednesday that it will continue to waive some sanctions against Iran, a key aspect of the nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration and five other world powers. Under the terms of the deal, Iran agreed to curb ...
Beyond North Korea, this could also demonstrate a greater principle in how nuclear-armed and cyber-equipped states employ the latter capability in less-than-war situations, as Iran is currently doing. In late 2016 through early 2017, suspected Iranian ...
Economic issues also will be on the minds of Iran's over 56 million eligible voters as they head to more than 63,000 polling places across the country.
In isolation, each has the potential to stress, or even unravel, the multinational agreement that has successfully constrained Iran's nuclear program through diplomacy and without recourse to war. Together, they risk creating a perfect storm. On Friday ...
But the Trump administration, dominated by fiercely anti-Iran sentiment, balanced the sanctions waivers with new measures against Iranian defense officials and a Chinese business tied to Tehran's ballistic missile program. The U.S. says the program is ...
Since taking office, Trump's administration has sanctioned hundreds in Iran and in Syria - an Iranian ally - as part of a campaign to increase pressure on Iran even as it reviews the nuclear deal. Stuart Jones, the top U.S. diplomat in charge of the ...
The administration of US President Donald Trump chose to stick by the nuclear deal with Iran on Wednesday, renewing a waiver of nuclear-related sanctions despite his past criticism of the agreement. But it imposed new measures to punish Iranian defence ...
Polls open in Iran's first presidential election after nuclear deal, with incumbent Rouhani facing 3 challengers.
Iran's incumbent president - the man behind the historic nuclear deal - appears poised to win a second term on Friday, but analysts are not discounting a surprise victory by the conservative candidate believed to have the supreme leader's backing ...
The United States decided not to re-impose sanctions on Iran's nuclear program Wednesday despite President Donald Trump's criticism of the deal Tehran signed with the previous US administration.
President Trump has long complained about the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, calling it the worst deal ever made, but today the semi-annual report Congress has mandated on Iran revealed that Trump will continue waiving sanctions as mandated under US ...
WASHINGTON - The United States decided not to reimpose sanctions on Iran's nuclear program Wednesday despite President Donald Trump's criticism of the deal Tehran signed with the previous US administration.
Under the nuclear deal, the US can continue sanctioning Iran for other, non-nuclear behaviour, although Tehran has threatened to pull out of the deal if the US and other countries do so.
As it reviews the landmark Iranian nuclear deal President Trump once vowed to tear up, the Trump administration imposed a fresh set of sanctions on Tehran's ballistic missile program Wednesday.
Despite a recent IranPoll survey that has led some observers to question the chances of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's re-election, he is likely to prevail in Iran's May 19 election, a contest that is shaping up to be one of the most important ...
France's ATR Delivers First Planes to Iran as Trade Grows. European plane maker ATR is delivering small passenger jets to Iran as part of the latest big-budget business deal following Iran's nuclear accord with world powers. | May 16, 2017, at 6:39 a.m..
"You might be surprised to know there is an alignment of sorts between North Korea and Iran. "In fact, former ambassador the United Nations John Bolton recently said if North Korea developed a delivery system for nuclear weapon Iran would have it the ...
Late last month, the Iranian resistance group, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), reported that the Iranian Regime had restarted their nuclear weapons programme in direct violation of the 2015 nuclear deal between the p5+1 countries ...
But it is because the Iranian President - whoever he may be - ultimately does not have the last word on the nuclear agreement.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, a moderate cleric (by Iranian standards), is seeking a second term as he faces off against a range of hardline conservative candidates.


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