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Greece renews calls for Iran to release two oil tankers and crew
The vessels were seized by Iran's Revolutionary Guards in the Persian Gulf in May.
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US to maintain sanctions on Iran's Revolutionary Guard even if nucelar deal is reached says Robert Malley, US special envoy for Iran
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The British charity worker has called for other hostages to be freed in Iran.
Diplomats reconvene in Vienna for Iran nuclear deal talks
Western European participants have warned that time is running out for a successful conclusion to the talks.
Talks to revive Iran nuclear deal resume in Vienna
The US pulled out of the deal in 2018 during the presidency of Donald Trump.
France, Iran discuss nuclear deal, Macron asks for prisoner release
The "long conversation" on Saturday evening revolved around renewed commitments from Tehran, which claims that progress was made, but that "important issues remain".
French tourist jailed in Iran for eight years for spying, says lawyer
France's foreign ministry said the prison sentence was "unacceptable".
Iran isn't seeking nuclear weapons, president tells Russian Duma
In a speech to Russia's State Duma, Raisi said Iran was serious about reaching an agreement to limit its nuclear programme, but would not agree to anything less than its "rights".
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Europe must present a united front against the Islamic Republic of Iran's decades-long practice of jailing foreign and dual nationals for leverage, writes former hostage Barry Rosen, who begins a hunger strike in Vienna today
Iran launches rocket into space, state TV says
The reports did not say when the launch was conducted nor what devices the carrier brought with it.
Ending sanctions main focus for Iran as nuclear talks resume in Vienna
The talks are about reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which was scrapped by former US President Donald Trump.
UN atomic watchdog: Iran further raising nuclear stockpile
The United Nations' atomic watchdog says it believes that Iran has further increased its stockpile of highly enriched uranium in breach of a 2015 accord with world powers.
Iran begins annual war games as nuclear talks near
Iran's military began its annual war games in a coastal area of the Gulf of Oman, state TV reported Sunday, less than a month before upcoming nuclear talks with the West
Talks to revive Iran nuclear deal to resume in Vienna
The 2015 agreement saw Iran agree to restrict its enrichment of uranium in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.
Germany, France, UK and US share 'concern' over Iran nuclear activity
The leaders of Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States shared their "grave and growing concern" over Iran's nuclear programme on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Rome.
Iranians are crying out for regime change, not nuclear power | View
Europe and the United States must stop pandering to Tehran's nuclear 'extortion' tactics, argues dissident author Alireza Jafarzadeh.
Iran's new president calls Macron in bid to revive nuclear talks
Hardline Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi asked France to help secure Iran's “rights” in now-stalled talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.
Hardline judge becomes president of Iran amid rights controversy
Conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as president of Iran at a ceremony on Thursday.
European powers decry latest nuclear move by Iran
Germany, France and Britain voiced “grave concern” after a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed Iran has taken steps in the production of enriched uranium metal.
Diplomats back in Vienna for Iran post-election nuclear talks
Officials from the signatory states of the 2015 nuclear deal have exchanged paperwork and will shortly be returning to their home countries for a final decision, Iran's deputy said on Sunday.
European diplomats hail progress in Iran nuclear deal talks
European diplomats have expressed hope an agreement could soon be reached for Iran to comply with the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal.
French tourist charged with spying in Iran over 'drone photos'
Benjamin Briere, 35, has been detained in Iran for 12 months and his family say he has only been permitted to call them four times since last May.
Iran says inspectors may no longer get nuclear sites images
The comments by Iran’s parliament speaker Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf, aired by state TV, further underscored the narrowing window for the U.S. and others to reach terms with Iran.
US lays out potential sanctions relief for Iran during nuclear talks
Three groups of sanctions have been presented: those the US is prepared to lift, those it is not, and those that require further study.
Iran cautiously optimistic about nuclear deal talks in Vienna
The talks in Austria's capital are aimed at bringing the United States back into the world powers' 2015 deal with Tehran on its nuclear programme.
Iran names nuclear facility sabotage suspect
A state TV broadcast has claimed the suspect is Iranian-born and fled the country hours before the explosion at Natanz