The US Secretary of State will hold talks in Brussels on Monday on Iran.
In a new joint statement, the EU said it rejected 'ultimatums' from Iran over the nuclear deal.
Trump administration slaps new sanctions on Iran's industrial metals.
The international community reacted strongly to news that Tehran plans to restart parts of its nuclear programme that had been suspended since 2015
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"We hope it doesn't go through," source tells Euronews.
European leaders seem blind to reality in pursuit of idealistic goals, labouring under the false hope that Iran will moderate its behaviour in return for economic aid.
Merkel and Pence argue over Iran deal at the Munich Security Conference
INSTEX was spearheaded by Britain, France and Germany to enable EU companies to continue trading with Iran despite US sanctions.
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Head of country's atomic authority says a positive outcome on the economic side could open more doors for relations with the EU
Iran says it is keeping up its side of the original nuclear deal, so expects the same returns.
The Trump administration is completing its reinstatement of all sanctions against Tehran that were lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal.
To investigate the Israeli PM's claims that Iran was harboring a secret nuclear warehouse outside Tehran, Euronews correspondent Javad Montazeri went there to see for himself.
The UN General Assembly got a little show and tell from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday. He made his address to the UN — and he used his time to point the finger directly at Iran.
The Iran nuclear deal serves the interests of private companies looking to expand their business dealings in the country, not the interests of Europe, says an Italian politician and diplomat.
Several well-known European companies have said they are pulling out of Iran or scaling back investment because of the Trump administration’s renewed sanctions.
The first batch of measures come into effect from this weekend, following the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal announced by President Trump in May.
President Trump open to 'no preconditions' meeting with Iran
From Iran urging Europe to salvage the nuclear deal, to members of Pussy Riot arrested again after the World Cup interference, Euronews has the top European stories from this morning.
Iran’s currency plunged to another record low on Sunday, dropping past 100,000 rials to the US dollar as Iranians brace for sanctions on their economy.
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian Foreign Minister, says Iran and Europe appear to be making progress with the Nuclear Deal. But he suggested the United States was pushing its own agenda. And he questioned whether the EU would back the agreement or blindly follow the US.
Dr Mohammad Javad Zarif told Euronews that Moscow and Tehran are negotiating a big package of economic cooperation, as the US reimposes sanctions on Iran.
Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sits down for a Euronews exclusive.
Mismanagement of foreign currencies, internal economics and foreign pressure have all contributed to a rapid decline in the value of the rial