Iran and the US

Iran not ready for nuclear talks until Raisi takes over

Iran is not prepared to resume negotiations on coming back into compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal until Iranian President-elect Ebrahim Raisi's administration has begun, a diplomatic source said on Wednesday. The source, who …

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Iran confirms talks with U.S. over prisoner exchange

The negotiations between Iran and the United States over exchanging prisoners are underway, the Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei said, adding that more information will be released after achieving results. While speaking …

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Ebrahim Raeisi urges U.S. to lift anti-Iran sanctions

Iran's President-elect Ebrahim Raeisi called on the United States on Monday to fulfil its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal, ruling out new negotiations on the country’s nuclear program. Addressing his first press …

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Blinken: Iran nuclear 'breakout time' could be weeks

The United States still does not know whether Iran is ready to resume compliance with its 2015 nuclear deal and if Tehran continues to violate the pact, the "breakout time" it needs to amass enough fissile material for a single nuclear …

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Iranian President: West agrees to lift all sanctions

The countries involved in negotiations on renewing the nuclear deal with Iran had agreed to lift all major sanctions on Iran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Thursday, according to the Iranian Fars News Agency. "All …

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Iran gears up for return to oil market

Iran is preparing to ramp up global oil sales as talks to lift U.S. sanctions show signs of progress. But even if a deal is struck, the flow of additional crude into the market may be gradual. State-controlled National Iranian Oil Co. …

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Iran says won’t accept new nuclear demands of West

Press TV has learned that Iran will not accept the new demands put forward by the United States and the Europeans in the course of the diplomatic process underway on potential revival of the 2015 nuclear agreement. Press TV …

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