Several countries are fighting to save the 2015 pact in which Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear activity in return for sanctions relief. President Trump has threatened to ditch the "insane" deal on May 12.
Britain's Foreign Secretary will try to persuade the US not to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal at the end of the week
The UK's foreign secretary is in the US as the deadline approches for Trump to pull out of 2015 deal on Iran's nuclear programme.
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President Hassan Rouhani assures Iranians that "no change will occur in our lives next week" regardless of what the US president decides.
Cooperation and determination between Europe and the US may save the Iran nuclear deal, but it will take more to end Tehran’s meddling in the region.
Macron concerned the US will u-turn over the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran
Many analysts believe Israel is painting a bad picture of Iran in advance of US President Trump pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal on May 12th.
US Secretary of State's opinion likely to be critical as President Trump considers pulling the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal.
The morning's news, as it unfolded.
EU-Iran relations would probably "reach a new low" if Tehran responded to US violations of the nuclear deal with renewed enrichment, political scientist Cornelius Adebahr tells Euronews.
In this week’s State of the Union: There’s ‘bromance’ in the air as French President Emmanuel Macron visits Donald Trump and tries to persuade him
Defence of pact comes as French President Macron tries to persuade Donald Trump not to tear it up
On his state visit to Washington, the French president is battling to stop his US counterpart from walking away from the table altogether on the Iranian nuclear issue.
A full resumption of nuclear activities would likely follow any move by America to renege on the 2015 deal says Iran's foreign minister.
Can Macron and Merkel convince US President Donald Trump from leaving the Iran Nuclear Deal? Euronews asks an expert.
Macron is expected to try to convince President Donald Trump to keep the U.S. in the Iran nuclear deal
To haggle about details after signing 'is ridiculous', says Iran's President, Hassan Rouhani.
The US President has threatened to walk away from the landmark 2015 accord unless 'terrible flaws' in it are fixed.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU-backed Iran nuclear pact could be in trouble, as Donald Trump mulls reinstating oil sanctions.
Trump sanctions ruling threatens to torpedo EU-backed deal
Javier Solana fears that Trump is creating perverse incentives for others to develop nuclear weapons
The Secretary of the Supreme Council for National Security of Iran spoke to Euronews in the wake of Washington's decision to de-certify the Iran nuclear deal.
Shelving the 2015 nuclear deal would not only heighten regional tensions; it would also embolden the very hardliners that the US has been seeking to contain, writes Abbas Milani
US President Donald Trump struck a blow against the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement choosing not to certify that Tehran is complying with the deal and warning it might ultimately be terminated.
US president vows the Isalmic republic will never acquire a nuclear weapon. World leaders react.