The Iranian File
November 14, 2013
French President Francois Hollande and US President Barack Obama urged Iran to accept the deal presented during recently concluded talks in Geneva.
November 13, 2013
UK Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama have spoken on their expectations for the next round of talks on Iran's nuclear program, which begin on November 20.
On the tail end of talks regarding Iran's nuclear program, the White House warns US Congress that war is an option on the table should Iran's progress in talks regarding its nuclear program fail.
November 12, 2013
The Yemeni crew on board a vessel charged with smuggling arms from Iran earlier this year have been sentenced to between three and 10 years in prison by a court in the southern Yemeni city of Aden.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday lashed out at the U.S., saying that divisions between Western powers accounted for the failure of nuclear talks in Geneva last week.
US Secretary of State John Kerry told the BBC Tuesday that the world powers came close to striking a deal with Iran at Geneva over the weekend, and that the ideological differences between the US and Iran will not derail the talks over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.
November 11, 2013
Iran says it will permit the International Atomic Energy Agency to start inspecting a heavy-water reactor in Arak and a uranium mine.
Britain told reporters Monday that it renewed diplomatic relations with Iran two years after an angry mob vandalized the British embassy in Tehran.
The head of the UN's atomic watchdog Yukiya Amano arrived in Tehran on Monday to continue talks with the Iranian government on its nuclear program.
Deputy minister of industry killed in Iran on Sunday. No suspects named at this time but ties to US and Israeli relations are being discussed.
November 10, 2013
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.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that his country's right to enrich uranium were "red lines" that Iran will not give up.
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
Nuclear negotiations in Geneva regarding Iran's nuclear program have come to an abrupt halt over disagreements in details of the text.