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Lapid slams EU foreign policy chief for Iran nuke talks push in Tehran

Foreign Minister Yair Lapid harshly criticized the European Union’s top diplomat Sunday or his decision to travel to Iran in a bid to push along talks aimed at reviving the…

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Iran orders US to pay $4 billion in compensation for slain nuke scientists

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A court in Iran on Thursday ordered the United States government to pay over $4 billion to the families of Iranian nuclear scientists who have been…

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US targets Chinese, Indian energy brokers for breaking Iran nuke sanctions

WASHINGTON — The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on Iranian oil and gas producers as well as Chinese and Indian brokers, expanding pressure amid a deadlock in negotiations on…

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Watchdog warns global nuke stockpile set to increase for first time in years

STOCKHOLM  — A Swedish arms watchdog says the world’s stockpiles of nuclear weapons are expected to increase in coming years, reversing a decline seen since the end of the Cold…

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Iran accuses UN nuke watchdog of impartiality over chief’s Israel trip

Iran’s foreign minister said Friday that the visit of the UN’s atomic watchdog to Israel violated the organization’s “neutrality,” and warned of an “immediate” response should Western countries move to…

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Senior Israeli official reportedly told US Iran nuke deal pullout was mistake

A senior Defense Ministry official told American officials during meetings in Washington last week that the Trump administration made a mistake by withdrawing the US from the Iran nuclear deal,…

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Top Iran diplomat says IRGC listing not holding up nuke deal, but ‘Zionist lobby’ is

Iran’s Foreign Minister said Thursday that the continued US designation of its Revolutionary Guards Corps as a terror group was not holding up stalled nuclear talks as much as disagreements…

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