The head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog is in Iran to investigate whether its carried out work on developing an atomic bomb. The check is part of
Futuris reporter Denis Loctier looks at the work of the ‘atomic detectives,’ scientists that keep us safe from the risk of radioactive criminality
Politically sensitive talks aimed at ending a decades-old dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme are now in their final stages. The writing of a
World powers and Iranian negotiators managed at long last to agree on a framework for the continuation of Tehran’s nuclear development programme
A deal is closer than ever, but we are not there yet.
Those words from the German Foreign Minister as intense negotiations on the Iranian nuclear
Sources close to the talks over Iran’s nuclear programme say the top Iranian and US diplomats are working on new proposals aimed at breaking the
A deadlock at deadline: one year after the 5+1 group and Iran said they would have a deal, there is no deal.
Tehran and the representatives of the
With Monday’s deadline for Iran’s nuclear talks with the West looming the idea of an extension to March is being floated as sharp differences
Iran has opened its doors to the world’s nuclear watchdog, the IAEA as part of a deal with six world powers aimed at preventing the country from
An interim deal between six world powers and Iran signed late last year saw the temporary freezing of Tehran’s nuclear programme in exchange for an
Iran’s nuclear saga has taken another turn, as the Deputy Director General of the IAEA declared on his return from Iran on Wednesday, that “Iran is
Forty years of Soviet nuclear testing turned a large area in Kazakhstan into a radioactive wasteland. Today it is at the heart of a nuclear