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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

Zarif responds to Obama’s Norooz message to Iran

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif responded to the U.S. president’s Norooz message posted on the White House website and addressing the Iranian people and leaders. » read more

Zarif, Kerry meet amid hopes for breakthrough in nuclear talks

Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with his U.S. counterpart John Kerry on Monday March 16 in Lausanne, Switzerland to continue the nuclear talks. » read more

Talks to lift UN sanctions may thwart Republican senators

World powers have begun talks on lifting US sanctions on Iran as a result of the possible agreement between Iran and the 5+1 to end their nuclear disputes. » 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

Hilary Clinton criticizes U.S. senators’ letter

Former U.S. secretary of state Hilary Clinton has joined the chorus of criticism against the letter signed by 46 U.S. senators addressed to Iran’s Supreme Leader. She slammed the move, calling it “out of step” with “traditions of American leadership”. » read more

Iran lashes out over U.S. letter to Supreme Leader

Iranian foreign minister spoke out against the letter sent by 47 U.S. Senators to the Iranian leader, calling it an "unprecedented" and "undiplomatic" move, adding: "Such correspondence tells us that the United States is not trustworthy." » read more

Obama notes “coalition” of U.S. senators, Iran’s hardliners

The U.S. president has criticized the letter by 47 Republican senators about the nuclear negotiations with Iran, saying the “unusual coalition” between members of Congress and Iranian hardliners is ironic. » read more

Zarif reports progress, Kerry reassures Gulf states

While the Iranian foreign minister announced that the 5+1 and Iran are very close to reaching a deal, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry travelled to Saudi Arabia to deliver a report about the nuclear negotiations with Iran and calm concerns among the Gulf states about the latest developments. » read more

Iran dismisses Netanyahu’s speech in U.S. Congress

Iran’s foreign ministry says the Israeli prime minister’s speech in the U.S. Congress was “full of fabrications, repetitive and very tedious”. » read more