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Iranian nuclear program

Iran, US energy ministers to meet as part of nuclear talks

As talks between Iran and the U.S. began yesterday, Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Agency, headed for Geneva to negotiate with U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz. » read more

New U.S. talks set as hardliners condemn Geneva stroll

Bilateral talks between Iran and the U.S. will continue on January 23 and 24 in Zurich at the level of deputy foreign ministers. Also, the latest report from the IAEA confirms that Iran’s nuclear stockpile has been reduced. » read more

Iran keeps up its side of interim nuclear agreement

The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran has been complying with the terms of the Geneva agreement. Reuters reports that according to an IAEA report, Iran has maintained its uranium enrichment at five percent, as it agreed to with the world powers. » read more

Nuclear agency seeks more money to monitor Iran

Yukiya Amano, the head of the UN nuclear watchdog, has called for a larger budget to continue monitoring Iran’s nuclear activities, now that Iran and the 5+1 have extended their nuclear negotiations until July 1, 2015. » read more

Iran reports sabotage attempt at uranium plant

The deputy head of Safety and Security at Iran’s Atomic Agency reports that malware planted for sabotage was discovered at the newly launched facilities for converting uranium dioxide to natural uranium. » read more

Head of nuclear watchdog visits Iran

Yukiya Amano, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, entered Iran on Saturday August 16 to develop further cooperation with Iran in the framework of the nuclear negotiations. » read more

Nuclear watchdog seeks more money to monitor Iran

The International Atomic Energy Agency has called for a million-euro increase to its budget for supervising Iran’s nuclear activities. The IAEA maintains that the four-month extension of the deadline for drafting the final agreement between Iran and the 5+1 means the agency will need more money to continue monitoring Iran’s nuclear program. » read more

Nuclear watchdog confirms Iran’s compliance

A report from the International Atomic Energy Agency confirms that Iran has significantly reduced its store of 20-percent-enriched uranium. » read more

U.S. voices support for Supreme Leader’s decree about nuclear weapons

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Voice of America that he has high regard for the Fatwa (religious decree) regarding nuclear issues put forth by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. » read more

IAEA asks for more money for cost of monitoring Iran

The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran is living up to its obligations under the Geneva agreement reached between Iran and the 5+1 last November, and the agency is requesting additional funding to cover the costs of monitoring the implementation of the agreement. » read more