Iran

November 10, 2013

“We are not blind, and I don’t think we're stupid.” US Secretary of State John Kerry addresses a press conference at the end of the Iranian nuclear talks in Geneva, November 10, 2013. (AFP)
16:46 GMT

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday said that the US is not blind or stupid in its ongoing nuclear talks with Iran, adding that there has been no change in the Obama administration's commitment to Israel.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said that he was glad that no deal had arisen out of the Geneva conference over Iran's nuclear weapons, adding that he would do all in power to persuade world leaders not to negotiate with the Islamic Republic. (AFP/File)
14:27 GMT

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said that he was glad that no deal had arisen out of the Geneva conference over Iran's nuclear weapons, adding that he would do all in power to persuade world leaders not to negotiate with the Islamic Republic.

A new law in Iran that allows men to marry their adopted daughters at the age of 13 has caused major concern that the country’s new president is not as progressive as originally thought. [gateway]
11:15 GMT

In what is supposed to be an effort to make things easier for families in Iran with step children, Iran passes controversial law that could be the legalization of pedophilia.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that his country will not bow to any threats or sanctions that compromise Iran's right to enrich uranium. (AFP)
08:19 GMT

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that his country's right to enrich uranium were "red lines" that Iran will not give up.

With no agreement made on Iran's nuclear program, world powers will meet again in one week to continue talks. [timesofisrael]
04:28 GMT

After days of meetings and discussions with world powers in Geneva, no agreement was made regarding the long term plan for Iran's nuclear program.

November 9, 2013

William Hague, Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Germany's foreign minister Guido Westerwelle and EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton at the talks in Geneva. [Jean-Christophe Bott/AP]
16:15 GMT

Nuclear negotiations in Geneva regarding Iran's nuclear program have come to an abrupt halt over disagreements in details of the text.

Benjamin Netanyahu shows an illustration as he describes his concerns over Iran's nuclear ambitions during his address to the 67th session of the United Nations General Assembly last September. [AP]
15:41 GMT

As Secretary of State John Kerry it trying to close an interim nuclear deal with Iran, Netanyahu warns U.S against striking a deal with Iran on nukes.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague speaks to the press following his meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry at the Iran nuclear talks in Geneva, Nov. 9, 2013. [Reuters]
13:42 GMT

French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius on Saturday warned of dubious Iran nuclear deal

US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. [presstv.ir]
10:53 GMT

US President Barack Obama has briefed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the ongoing nuclear negotiations between P5+1.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif arrives at hotel in Geneva November 8, 2013, following his meeting wit U.S Secretary of  State John Kerry and European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton. [REUTERS]
10:29 GMT

High-stakes talks on Iran's controversial nuclear program to enter an unscheduled third day in Geneva.

November 8, 2013

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks near US Secretary of State John Kerry during a meeting on November 6, 2013 in Jerusalem.
10:52 GMT

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday that he "utterly rejects" the emerging nuclear deal between western powers and Iran.

November 7, 2013

Israel has repeatedly expressed deep concerns over Iran developing its nuclear capabilities. (AFP/File)
08:24 GMT

Israel on Thursday strongly warned the P5+1 powers against easing up its sanctions against Iran.

A UN official speaking at the P5+1 Geneva conference said the world powers are considering temporarily suspending their sanctions against Iran in exchange for a halt in its nuclear program (AFP)
07:27 GMT

A US official speaking in Geneva reportedly said that the world powers are considering temporarily suspending its sanctions against Iran in return for a six-month hiatus of its nuclear program.

Although most Iranians believe that the internationally imposed sanctions are damaging their livelihoods, they also support Iran furthering its nuclear programme. (AFP/File)
04:00 GMT

A recent Gallup poll shows that 46 percent of Iranians hold the US responsible for the international sanctions they say are damaging the livelihoods of their population.

November 6, 2013

Iran has justified its nuclear program as limited to uranium enrichment for civilian energy, not nuclear weapons fuel (Courtesy of CNN)
04:00 GMT

Iran, Israel and Arab states participated in a secret meeting November 2nd regarding prospects for an international conference on banning nuclear weapons in the Middle East. The secret meeting precedes Iran's nuclear talks with world powers in Geneva Thursday.