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Obama says Iran falling short in nuclear talks

U.S. President Barack Obama says Iran has not yet agreed to what he feels is necessary to achieve a final nuclear agreement. In an interview with Huffington Post, Obama commented on the progress of the nuclear talks with Iran, saying: “They have not yet made the kind of concessions that are I think going to be needed for a final deal to get done. But they have moved, and so there's the possibility.” » read more

President, Supreme Leader give New Year’s message to Iranians

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei addressed Iranians about the coming year, referring to it as the year of “government and the people: empathy and support” and adding that the past year was an eventful one for the country both within and outside its borders. » read more

Leader’s office says government must force people toward heaven

The head of the Iranian Supreme Leader’s office introduced the new commander of security forces in Iran by declaring the government is responsible for forcing people to choose the path toward heaven. » read more

Supreme Leader lashes out at letter from U.S. senators

Ayatollah Khamenei has spoken out against the letter addressed to him by 47 U.S. senators and urged his country’s nuclear negotiators to be wary of U.S. tactics. » read more

Supreme Leader casts doubt on lifting of sanctions

Iran’s Supreme Leader says even if the nuclear dispute proceeds exactly as “they dictate, sanctions will still not be lifted”. » read more

Newspaper reports Supreme Leader sent letter to Obama

The Wall Street Journal reports that Iran’s Supreme Leader has sent a letter to Barack Obama, adding that Ayatollah Khamenei used his secret contacts to forward the letter to the U.S. president. » read more

Obama tells Iran to “make a decision” on nuclear deal

President Obama has called on Iran “to make a decision”, saying he expects no further extensions to the ongoing nuclear talks between Iran and the 5+1. » read more

Supreme Leader would support “practical” nuclear deal

Iran’s Supreme Leader says he supports reaching a resolution in the nuclear negotiations with the 5+1 but does not support “a bad agreement”. » read more

Iranian leader's letter to youth in Europe, North America

Eighty cultural representatives and advisers have been mobilized by Iran’s Islamic Culture and Relations Organization to travel to European and North American countries to promote a message from Iran’s Supreme Leader among the youth there. » read more

Supreme Leader comments on extension of nuclear talks

Iran’s Supreme Leader said in a speech on Thursday November 27 that Iran is prepared to accept “fair and reasonable arrangements” in the nuclear negotiations. » read more