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Iran has denied allegations of Araks river contamination

Iran to build IR-360

The Director General of the IAEA called the negotiations with Iran inconclusive

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Peaceful Nuclear News - October 28, 2020

Big steps taken to realize the 190 thousands SWU objective - AEOI

IAEA distributed Iranian response to DDG report

449 nuclear units are operating in the world, 54 units are under construction

Iran had exercises to combat sabotage at Fordow

Russia and Iran broaden the cooperation in the peaceful uses of atomic energy
On November 11 in Moscow on the premises of the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM has been signed set of documents broadening the cooperation of Russia and Iran in the field of the peaceful use of atomic energy.
After the negotiations, Chief Executive Officer of ROSATOM Sergey Kirienko and Vice-President of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali-Akbar Salehi signed the Protocol to the Intergovernmental Agreement between Russia and Iran concerning the cooperation in construction of a nuclear power plant in the territory of Iran of August 25, 1992 and the Interagency Memorandum of Understanding concerning the broadening of the cooperation in the peaceful use of atomic energy.
Besides, in the presence of Sergey Kirienko and Ali-Akbar Salehi the Contract for construction of two power units of Bushehr Phase II was signed. The document was signed by the Head of the united company NIAEP-ASE and the Head of the Nuclear Power Production and Development Company of Iran (NPPD).

Iran, US not to lose chance for a nuclear deal - former senator

Next round of Iran negotiations will start at November 18 - source

Iran Nuclear Talks May Collapse if Nov. 24 Deadline Missed: US Experts

Russia Generally Satisfied With Latest Iran Nuclear Talks: Deputy Foreign Minister

Iran Not Playing Tactical Games in Nuclear Talks: Russian Diplomat

Russia Eyes Nuclear Cooperation With Iran Under International Law: Diplomat

Iran Nuclear Deal May Not Require Ratification: Russian Diplomat

Iran, 5+1 Ministerial Meeting Could be Held in November: Russian Deputy Foreign Minister

Iran, EU Hold Useful Bilateral Meeting in Vienna: EU Foreign Policy Chief Spokesman

Coalition for Nuclear-Free Iran Announces Rally in Vienna Against Appeasement Policy

Uranium Enrichment, Sanctions Lifting on Vienna Talks Agenda: Iranian Foreign Minister

Iranian Negotiators in Vienna to Meet US Senior Officials Tuesday: Iran Nuclear Energy

Iran, P5+1 Still Have Enough Time to Reach Agreement: US Department of State

Russia Urges Six Powers, Iran to Set Date for New Nuclear Talks as Deadline Looms

Iran, IAEA to Continue Nuclear Talks, Date Not Set Yet

Iran, P5+1 May Meet in Vienna on October 15: Austrian Foreign Ministry

Date of Next Meeting of Iran, P5+1 Due in Coming Days: Russian Diplomat

Islamic State Document Reveals Plans to Steal Iranian Nuclear Program Data: Reports

US House Members Express Concern for Iran Refusal to Cooperate with Nuclear Inspectors

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister: Iran Nuclear Talks to Continue in Less Than Two Weeks

Russian Foreign Minister: Iran, P5+1 Deal 95% Agreed

Iran Foreign Minister: Next Round of Talks Between Iran and 6 to Take Place in Europe

Rouhani Says Iran in Nuclear Energy Talks With Russia to Continue Cooperation

Kerry Says US Hopes to Reach Iranian Nuclear Deal in Next Weeks: Agency

Agreements on Iranian Nuclear Program Must Consider Iranian People Rights

Last Round of Talks Between Iran, P5+1 Group Showed Slow Progress: Rouhani

Iran Nuclear Make Progress, But Lack Political Decisions: Russian Foreign Ministry

Lavrov Says Cautiously Optimistic on Iran Nuclear Talks

Rouhani Says Nuclear Deal Could Open Door to Anti-IS Cooperation

Germany Steinmeier Says P5+1 Never Been Closer to Iran Nuclear Settlement: Reports

Iran Says Ready for Good Faith Nuclear Deal with West

Russian Diplomat: P5+1, Tehran Fail to Agree on Key Issues of Iranian Nuclear Program

Ashton Spokesman: Current P5+1, Tehran Nuclear Talks Could Be Key to Reach Agreement

Ban Ki-moon Calls for Flexibility, Creativity to Reach Agreement on Irans Nuclear Program

Arak Reactor Remains Issue of Concern at Iran, P5+1 Nuclear Talks: Russia

Russian Deputy FM: Foreign Ministers of P5+1, Tehran May Meet During UN General Assembly

Russian Nuclear Experts Present Bushehr-2 NPP Project in Iran

Russia, Iran Presidents to Discuss Energy, Military Cooperation on Sidelines of SCO Summit

Energy Minister: No Talks with Iran on Barter Supply of Oil, but Deal is Possible

South Africa Hopes Sanctions Against Iranian Oil Imports Removed in 3 months: Reports

Western Sanctions Pose No Threat to Russian-Iranian Energy Cooperation: Moscow

Iran Detains Ukrainian Citizen Suspected of Sabotage at Bushehr NPP: Reports

Ashton Press Secretary: Next Round of Iran Nuclear Talks Scheduled for September 18

US Delegation to Meet With Iranian Officials in Geneva to Discuss Tehran Nuclear Issue

Final Agreement on Nuclear Issue Can be Reached in Time - Iranian Foreign Minister

Iran Ready to Continue Talks with P5+1 to Reach Final Agreement on Nuclear Issue - Reports

Rouhani Slams New US Sanctions Against Iran as Illegal

Moscow, Tehran to Hold High-Level Meetings in September

Iranian Foreign Minister Says Nuclear Program Focus of Russia Visit

Iran Could Become Party to Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty - Russian Foreign Ministry

Iran Begins to Improve Nuclear Transparency IAEA

Tehran Hopes IAEA to Remain Impartial in Settlement of Iranian Nuclear Issue

IAEA Head Arrives in Iran for Talks

IAEA Director General to Visit Iran on August 17

Iran, P5+1 Nuclear Deal Unlikely Before November

US, Iran Representatives to Hold Nuclear Talks in Geneva - Report

Russia-Iran Oil Deal Consistent With UN Restrictions Energy Minister

US Tried to Subvert Signing of Major Russian-Iranian Oil Deal Reports

German Businesses Look to Cooperate with Iran Amid Tensions With Russia

Iran Ballistic Missile System Should Be Dealt With On Side of Nuclear Talks - Expert

US Pushing for Tehran Missile Program in Multilateral Nuclear Deal

Tehran to Continue Supporting Stability, Security in Iraq Iranian President

Boeing Becomes First US Company to Strike Deal with Iran Since 1979 Reports

German Foreign Minister Hopes Extension of Talks to Resolve Iran Nuclear Program Issue

US to Allow Iran Access $2.8 Bln Of Frozen Assets During Extension Period Of Nuclear Talks

Russian, Iranian Presidents Discuss Nuclear Negotiations by Phone Kremlin

Iran Nuclear Talks Likely to Be Extended - Ryabkov

US, China Presidents Discuss Negotiations on Iranian Nuclear Program

Russia Sends Envoy to International Agencies in Vienna to Attend July 13 P5+1 Talks

Iran Supreme Leader Says Tehran Needs 190,000 Centrifuges for Nuclear Program

Russia, Iran to Sign Contract on Two Energy Blocks by Year End

Iran, P5+1 Set Out Framework for Nuclear Deal

US, Iran and Iraq Discuss Possible Cooperation in Vienna

Number of Centrifuges in Iran Sticking Point for P5+1 Nuclear Talks

US Congress Influenced by Lobby, Opposes Any Deal with Iran

Nuclear Talks between Iran, EU and US to Open in Geneva Monday

EU Says Next Round of Iran Nuclear Talks Scheduled for June 16-20

Russia May Sign Agreement to Build 8 Reactors in Iran

US Hindering Agreement on Iranian Nuclear Program

Russia and China Call for Compromise on Iran Nuclear Issue

US Policy Toward Iran Remains Unchanged, Tied to Israel, Saudi Arabia

US Concerned by Lack of Progress at Iran Nuclear Talks

World Powers, Iran Start Nuclear Talks in Vienna

Iran Hopes to Strike Nuclear Deal by July 20

Iran, IAEA to Meet in Vienna Ahead of 6-Party Talks

Iran, P5+1 May Agree on Elements of Draft Final Agreement by May 16 - Russian Deputy FM

Iran Nuclear Talks Kick Off in New York

IAEA Inspectors Poised to Meet with Iran Nuclear Officials

Iran Neutralized Half of Uranium Stock IAEA

Russia Should Boost Military Ties With Iran Amid Standoff With West

Russian Government Working on New Iran Oil Deliveries Scheme

Russian Economic Development Minister to Visit Iran

Russia Slams New US Sanctions Against Iran

Next Round of Iran Nuclear Talks Slated for Mid-February

Russian Bank Fined $9.5M by US for Violating Iran Sanctions

Iran Implements Nuclear Deal, IAEA Says

Iran Prepares for Start of Landmark Nuclear Deal

Iran Stresses Nuclear Deal Compliance in Meeting With Putin

Russia Says No Secret Plans With Iran, Syria for Geneva Talks

Iran Says All Sides Agree to Nuclear Deal

Bushehr Nuclear Plant Halts Work for 2 Months

International Nuclear Talks With Iran to Resume Soon

Iran Expects Russia to Fulfill S-300 System Contract Ambassador

New US Sanctions on Iran Threaten Nuclear Deal, Russia Warns

Iran Nuclear Deal
The goal for these negotiations is to reach a mutually-agreed long-term comprehensive solution that would ensure Iran's nuclear programme will be exclusively peaceful. Iran reaffirms that under no circumstances will Iran ever seek or develop any nuclear weapons. This comprehensive solution would build on these initial measures and result in a final step for a period to be agreed upon and the resolution of concerns. This comprehensive solution would enable Iran to fully enjoy its right to nuclear energy for peaceful purposes under the relevant articles of the NPT in conformity with its obligations therein. This comprehensive solution would involve a mutually defined enrichment programme with practical limits and transparency measures to ensure the peaceful nature of the programme. This comprehensive solution would constitute an integrated whole where nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. This comprehensive solution would involve a reciprocal, step-by- step process, and would produce the comprehensive lifting of all UN Security Council sanctions...

Russia Reaffirms Plans to Cooperate With Iran on Peaceful Atom

IAEA Inspectors Visit Arak Nuclear Site in Iran

Iran, Russia Talk New Nuclear Power Plant Deal Report

Iran Will Not Shut Down Nuclear Sites Rouhani

Russian-Made Nuclear Reactor not Affected by Iran Quake

Iran Deal Nullifies Needs for Europe Missile Shield - Russian FM

Congress Plans Tough Iran Sanctions if Deal Fails

Putin Praises Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran Strikes Last Minute Nuclear Deal With Group of Six

Putin, Netanyahu Hope for Solution on Iran Nuclear Program

Most Americans Back Iran Nuclear Deal Poll

US Keeping Most Sanctions Against Iran Official

Putin Sees Real Chance for Iranian Nuclear Solution

Lavrov Says Good Chance of Nuclear Deal with Iran

Iran FM Hopeful on Next Round of Nuclear Talks

Obama Urges No New Iran Sanctions

US Plan for Iran Nuclear Program Blocked After Hasty Changes Russia

Russia Says Iran Not to Blame for Geneva Talks Failure

Russia Lavrov Urges Political Will to Solve Iran Nuclear Row

Iran Says Geneva Talks With World Powers Productive

Talks Over Iran Disputed Nuke Program Hit a Snag

Kerry Opposes Draft Plan on Iran in Geneva Source

Iran Talks in Geneva Likely to Include Russian Foreign Minister

Kerry: No Nuclear Deal Yet with Iran

Iran Tells CNN Nuclear Understanding Possible

Iran Interrupted Power Supply to Armenia Causes Blackout

Iran Says It Wont Stop Enriching Uranium to 20%

Iran Stopped Enriching Uranium to 20% - Iranian Lawmaker

Iran Gives Drone Based on Downed US Spy Plane to Russia

Iran Nuclear Talks End on Upbeat Note; More in November

Iran Open to Uranium Enrichment Deal if Sanctions Lifted Source

Iranian, US Diplomats to Meet on Sidelines of Nuclear Talks

6-9 Months Enough to Find Solution on Iran Nuclear Program Lavrov

US-Iran Soccer Game Ideal for Diplomacy US State Dept.

Israel: No Dispute Over Iran Timeframe

Tehran to Prepare Nuclear Plan by Mid-October

Obama, Iranian Leader in Historic Talk Nuclear Issue Discussed

Iran Vows to Prove Peaceful Nature of Its Nuclear Program

Iran Ready for Nuclear Talks, Not a Threat Rouhani

Iranian Leader Declines Obama Meeting US Official

Obama Open to Talks with Irans President White House

Iran to Hold Nuclear Talks With Major Powers on Thursday

Russia Gives Iran Control of Bushehr Nuclear Plant

Diplomacy on Syrian Crisis Offers Lesson for Iran Talks Obama

Iran to Take Control of Bushehr Nuclear Plant on Sept. 24

Putin Holds First Talks With New Iranian President

Iran Ready to Guarantee Its Nuclear Program Peaceful Rouhani

Russian, Iranian Leaders to Discuss S-300 Deliveries Deadlock

Iran Reiterates It Will Continue Peaceful Nuclear Program

Russian Lawmakers Call for More Arms to Iran if Syria Attacked

Iran Puts Foreign Ministry in Charge of Nuclear Talks

S-300 Missiles for Iran Dismantled, Scrapped Manufacturer

Iran Slams US Uranium Scenario as Bid to Scuttle P5+1 Talks

Iran President to Attend SCO Summit, Meet Putin

Iran Foreign Ministry to Handle Nuclear Talks Official

Iran Has 18,000 Uranium Centrifuges, 10,000 Active Report

No S-300 Substitute for Iran in the Cards Rosoboronexport

Iran to Sign New Nuclear Power Plant Deal with Russia Minister

Iran to Get Uranium from Zimbabwe Paper

Putin to Meet With New Iranian President on Sept. 13

Iran New President Says Country Committed to Nuclear Talks

Russia Expects Continuity in Iran Cooperation After Rouhanis Election - Lawmaker

Iran Supreme Leader Endorses Hassan Rouhani as New President

New Sanctions Will Suffocate Iran Russian Diplomat

Iran Not in S-300 Missile Replacement Talks Envoy

US Reporter Ordered to Testify on CIA Iran Leak Source

Six Nations Committed to Extensive Talks with Iran Russia

Israel Likely to Act Ahead of US in Regard to Iran - PM

Iran Leader Asks Putin for Go-Ahead to Build New Nuclear Plant

Iran Says Could Talk With US If Nuclear Right Recognized

Russian MP Rules Out US Military Scenario for Iran

Putin Congratulates Iran Rouhani with Election, Offers Cooperation

Reformist Cleric Wins Iranian Presidential Race

Iran Presidential Candidates: And Then There Were 6

US, Russia Urge Iran to Cooperate With IAEA

No Guarantees That Iranian Nuclear Program Peaceful - IAEA

Iran Unveils List of Eight Presidential Candidates - Report

US Ready to Rumble with Iran, Russia

Iran President Will Not Face Flogging Spokesman

Bushehr Nuclear Plant Unaffected by Iran Earthquake

Iran Building New Nuclear Power Plant

Iran Nuclear Talks: No Breakthrough, But Step Forward

Iran Announces New Nuclear Program Proposals

Iran Nuclear Talks Resume in Kazakhstan

Iran to Test Fire 3 New Missiles

Iran Uses Nuclear Talks to Buy Time for Bomb Israeli PM

Sanction-Hit Iran Fears Unrest as New Elections Near

Iran Should Win International Community Trust - UN Chief

Iran Nuclear Talks End With No Breakthrough

First Day of Iran Nuclear Talks Ends With No Breakthrough

New Round of Iran Nuclear Talks Starts in Kazakhstan

World Powers Seek Compromise in Iranian Nuclear Talks

Iran Finds New Uranium Deposits, Selects 16 Nuclear Sites

West-Bashing Is White Noise at Tehran Revolutionary Rally

Iran, IAEA Agree on New Meeting

Iran Hopes to Build Bushehr Unit 2 with Russia

Sanctions Against Iran Counterproductive - Moscow

Almaty Nuke Talks to Reconcile Russian, EU Plans Iran FM

US Senator McCain Likens Iran Leader to Monkey

New Iran-Six Nuclear Talks Set for February 25 Iran Foreign Minister

Russia Urges Iran Again to Halt Nuclear Enrichment

EU Invites Iran for New Nuclear Talks Again

Differences Over Venue Delay Iran Plus Six Meeting - Lavrov

Lavrov Warns Against Strikes on Iranian Nuclear Sites

Iran Faults Female Russian Staff at Nuclear Plant Over Hijabs

Iran to Continue Uranium Enrichment - Nuclear Chief

Iran Condemns US Nuclear Test

US Denies Tehran Claims of Drone Capture

Iran Claims US Drone Capture

US Senate Votes For New Sanctions on Iran

Iran Refuels Nuclear Plant

Iran: No Talks with US

Moscow to Take Up Nuclear Issue with Tehran

Iran Unveils Missile-Launching Hovercraft

Ahmadinejad Wants Direct Talks with US on Iran Nuclear Issue

Israeli PM Says Will Strike Iran If Necessary

Iran Claims Drone Filmed Israeli Secret Sites

Iran Dismisses Nuclear Arms Concerns

Moscow to Block Any Bid for Force Against Iran - Lavrov

White House Denies Media Reports on US-Iran Bilateral Talks

Iran to Consider Outsourcing Uranium Enrichment

Iran Urges Israel to Join NPT

Moscow Urges Six-Party Talks on Iran

Israeli PM Netanyahu Calls for Red Line over Iran

Beijing Reiterates Opposition to Iran Sanctions

Obama Tells UN: Time Ticking for Iran

Obama Warns Iran over Nuclear Ambitions

Iran to Defend itself if Attacked by Israel - Ahmadinejad

UN Nuclear Watchdog to Hold More Talks with Iran

Iran on Verge of Nuclear Weapons Israeli PM

Israel Has Right to Act Independently Regarding Iran - PM

IAEA Demands Access to Iranian Military Site

Iran to Get Full Control of Bushehr Nuclear Plant in Dec.

Non-Aligned Movement Summit Resolution Supports Iran

UN Chief Calls for Diplomatic Solution to Iran Problem

U.S. Iran Sanctions Threaten Ties With Russia Official

Iran to Make own WMD if Israel Delivers Airstrike - expert

Iran Successfully Tests Upgraded Short-Range Missile

Ashton, Jalili Fail to Set Date for New Iran Nuclear Talks

U.S. Congress Passes New Sanctions Against Iran

Iran to Drop $4-bln Claim if Russia Delivers S-300 Missiles: Envoy

Netanyahu Calls for Credible Military Threat Against Iran

Iran to File Complaint Against U.S., EU over Sanctions Press TV

Iran to Build New Missile, Seaplane

Iranian Religious Leader Threatens to Increase Uranium Enrichment

Bushehr Nuclear Plant to Run at Full Capacity in August

Russia Calls on Iran to Pull Missile Deal Claim - Paper

Egypt to Continue Iranian Oil Transit Despite EU Embargo

US Increases Sanctions on Iran

Iran Completes Air-Defense Drills

Iran Arrests All Suspects in Nuclear Scientist Killings

Putin Discusses Iran, Economics in Israel

Putin to Discuss Syria, Iran during Middle East Tour

Iran Meeting in Moscow Brings No Progress - Russia

UN Chief Regrets No Deal on Iran After Moscow Talks

Istanbul to Host Next Iran-Six Nuclear Talks July 3

Iran Moscow Talks Continue

Russia, U.S. Want Serious Efforts from Iran to Restore Trust

First Day of Iran Moscow Talks Constructive

No Deal Expected at Iran-G5+1 Talks

Moscow Warns against Unilateral Sanctions on Iran

Iran Holding Suspects Behind Killings of Nuclear Scientists

Iran Developing Own Nuclear Powered Submarine

Iran in Full Control of Its Airspace

Russia Supports Iran Peaceful Nuclear Program - Putin

Iran Questions G5+1 Talks with No Agenda

IAEA Says To Meet With Iran Over Access To Parchin Site

U.S. Plans New Iran Sanctions if Moscow Talks Fail

Putin to Hold Talks with Ahmadinejad

Uranium Enrichment, Iran right

Iran Nuclear Power Plant Full Launch Facing Further Delay

Iran to Build 2nd Nuke Plant at Bushehr

New Iran Talks to be Held in Moscow

Iran Talks Resume in Baghdad

Iran Ready for Dialogue on Nuclear Program Lavrov

The Baghdad Chapter in the Iran Saga
One more round of talks will be held in Moscow on June 18-19 in an attempt to find common ground. There is no reason to dramatize the situation. EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton said that Iran and P5+1 still seek to make progress. Tehran voiced its readiness to limit enrichment activities.
In light of the failure of the sides to forge an agreement in Baghdad, much will depend now on the success of inspectors in Iran and the EUs ability to provide attractive financial and economic incentives to Iran.
If the sides make progress in these areas, they will forestall the escalation of the Iranian nuclear crisis, giving hope that a peaceful settlement is possible. Otherwise, the risk of a military scenario will increase substantially, and any use of force could ignite a regional war with unpredictable consequences.

U.S. Approves New Iran Sanctions

Iran Recalls Its Ambassador to Azerbaijan - Media

Israel Warns Iran Six Against Concessions to Tehran

G8 Leaders: Iran Must Assure World Over Nuke Program

G8 Summit to Focus on Syria, Iran - Kremlin

Iran Hangs Nuclear Scientist Murderer

Iran Activity Inconsistent with Peaceful Program

Russia Against New Iran Sanctions

Bushehr to Begin Operations in 2012 - Rosatom

Iran, Pakistan, N. Korea May Pose Nuclear Threat to Russia

Bushehr to Switch to Full Capacity from Late May

Washington May Let Tehran Enrich Uranium

Russian Military Concedes Iran, N. Korea Nuclear Threat

Israeli Leaders Vow to Prevent Iran from Obtaining Nukes

Iran, World Powers Resume Nuclear Talks

G8 Ministers Emphasize Peaceful Solution to Iran Problem

Iran Six to Meet in Istanbul in mid-April

U.S. Missile Defense in Gulf Signals Strike on Iran Russian Lawmaker

Nuclear-Armed Iran Unacceptable Pentagon

See You in Nuclear Tehran
If someone wanted to back out of the April 13-14 meeting between Iran and the P5+1 group of international mediators to discuss Iran nuclear program, here is an excuse Tehran has suddenly asked to move the venue from Istanbul to Baghdad.
Now the question is whether the key participant in the talks, the United States, wants talks to go forward and why. On the one hand, one gets the impression that the Obama administration considers any form of communication with Tehran to be distasteful and would like to have an excuse to back out of talks. But, on the other hand, failing to produce any results is no good either.
It became clear from an April 3 interview given by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov that the future of the Istanbul talks is vague unexpectedly, he could not confirm the time and venue of the meeting.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has already said that the talks will take place in Istanbul, but now Tehran has objected to the venue.

Russia Supports Sending More IAEA Experts to Iran

Attack on Iran May Push Tehran Toward Nuclear Weapons

Iran Six Group Hopes for Breakthrough in Talks with Tehran

EU Expands Iran Sanctions

Six Party Iran Talks to Take Place in April

Aggression Towards Iran Damages Non-Proliferation - Lavrov

Azerbaijan Detains 22 Iran Spies

Israel Accuses Iran of Fueling Terrorism in Gaza

April Talks Last Chance for Iran to Avoid U.S. Attack - Hillary Clinton

Six-Party Nuclear Talks to Restart in Near Future - Iran

U.S. May Attack Iran with New Great Weapon Pentagon Official

Iran Six Ready for Talks with Tehran

Russia Seeks Compromise on Iran Sanctions

Iranians Vote in General Elections

Russia to Try its Best to Ward Off War in Iran Putin

Moscow Urges Iran to Respond to IAEA Concerns

Iran strike would be catastrophic: Putin

U.S. Beefs Up Defenses in Strait of Hormuz - Paper

West Seeks Regime Change in Iran - Putin

Kyrgyz Base Will Not be Used Against Iran - U.S. Ambassador

Nothing Can Convince Iran to Halt Nuke Plans Analysts

IAEA Inspectors Barred from Iran Military Site

Iran Threatens Oil Cuts to More EU Countries

Europe Oil Stocks Sufficient to Cover Iran Cutoff

Iran Enriches 100 Kg of Uranium to 20%

IAEA Team in Tehran for More Talks

Pakistan to Provide No Support to U.S. in Attack on Iran Zardari

Israel to Use All Means to Stop Irans Nuclear Program

Iranians Suffer as Sanctions Begin to Bite

Iran Warns of Counter-Strike if Attacked by West

Ahmadinejad Hails Great Iranian Nuclear Progress

Russia Rules Out Iran Sanctions

Iran Launches Homemade Enrichment Centrifuges in Natanz

Iran Rejects State Media Reports of Oil Cuts to 6 European States

Iran Installs Homemade Fuel Rods in Nuclear Reactor Press TV

Iran Poised to Halt Oil Exports to EU

U.S. Mulls Steep Nuclear Arsenal Cuts

Iran to Insert First Domestic Nuclear Fuel Rods into Reactor - Official

Russian Army Chief: Iran Crisis to Enter New Phase

Iranians Ponder War as Nuclear Standoff Continues

Russia for Peaceful Solution to Irans Nuke Issue - Lavrov

Iran Summons Azeri Envoy Over Nuclear Scientist Killing

Iran Vows Important Nuclear Announcement Within Days

Ahmadinejad Tells West to Respect Iran

Obama Sees no Grounds for Iran Attack on U.S.

Magnitude 5 Earthquake Strikes Near Irans Bushehr Nuke Plant

Washington Favors Economic Pressure on Iran State Dept.

Israel May Attack Iran over Next 4 Months U.S. media

Iran Can Produce Four Atom Bombs Israeli Intelligence

Tehran to Use Home Made Fuel Rods in Few Months

IAEA Delegation Arrives in Iran to Discuss Nuclear Program

US Making More Powerful Bomb to Hit Underground Facilities?

IMF Warns Iran Sanctions Could Push Oil to $140

Obama Vows to Stop Iran Nuclear Program by All Means

More U.S. Sanctions Against Iran to Follow - Obama

EU Bans Iranian Oil Imports

Russia Warns Against Iran Attack

Russia Warns of Iran Attack Catastrophe

Saudi Plan to Boost Oil Output Unfriendly - Iran

Iran makes arrests in scientist assassination

Iran leader blames CIA, Mossad for scientist murder

Iran nuclear scientist killed in car bomb blast

U.S. condemns Iran decision to start uranium enrichment

Iran starts enriching uranium to 20 pct - IAEA

Iran reports arrests of U.S. spies

Iran says uranium enrichment plant to enter full capacity in Feb.

Tehran to double electricity exports to Turkey

Iran to stage new massive naval drills near Strait of Hormuz

Tehran hails Moscows diplomatic efforts over Iranian nuclear program

United States dismisses Irans belligerent statements

Paris considers bad signal Iran missile tests

Iran test-fires second long-range missile in Persian Gulf - TV

U.S. presidential candidate threatens to bomb Iranian nuclear sites

Iran test-fires medium-range surface-to-air missile media

Iran launches wide-range missile in Persian Gulf

Iran views of its nuclear issue
The West and Israel believe that the Iranian leadership long ago set itself the goal of building nuclear weapons, and so are calling for harsh, crippling sanctions, including an embargo on Iranian oil exports (Iran natural gas production is limited) and bank transactions (primarily by its Central Bank), while refusing to take off the table a potential strike on Iran nuclear facilities if it continues with its nuclear weapons program.
That scenario might be left to Israel to implement, sparking a regional war with unpredictable consequences.
There is by no means consensus on harsh sanctions against Iran. For example, India, Japan and South Korea need to buy Iranian oil, and Greece does not support the idea of sanctions either, preventing their approval in the EU.
The worst element is Israels readiness to strike Iran nuclear facilities, action that even Washington does not support.
Advocates of the other view, in particular Russia, maintain that Iran authorities have not yet fully settled on a course of building nuclear weapons.

Iran Busher to enter full operation in March 2012 agency

Radioactive isotopes seized from passenger on Moscow-Tehran flight

Western powers prepare fresh sanctions against Iran

Iran discovers large gas deposit in Caspian Sea - TV

Moscow sees no military component in Irans nuclear program

Britain evacuates diplomats from Iran; Tehran defiant

Protesters storm British Embassy in Tehran

Russia NATO envoy to visit China, Iran over missile defense

Iran threatens to target NATO missile shield in Turkey

Russia says new Iran sanctions unacceptable

West ratchets up pressure on Iran with new sanctions

Iranian authorities ready to develop cooperation with IAEA

Israeli defense minister evasive on Iran strike possibility

IAEA resolution unprofessional, illegal and politicized - Iranian envoy

IAEA adopts Iran resolution

IAEA inspectors may visit Iran soon

Dozen countries join in on Iran Six resolution

Russia hopes new Iran resolution is adopted on Friday - FM

Iran Six to submit new resolution to IAEA

IAEA chief defends report on Iran nuclear program

Iranian sanctions at dead-end says Moscow

Iran atom: IAEA accuses Iran and retreats
The report, that was announced long ago and that came with different reservations about its status, began leaking into the press only two days ago. In early October the press began to write about the fact that this report was being prepared, and that it was expected to be tough and uncompromising.
Numerous leaks regarding preparations for a military strike against Iran appeared at the same time - beginning with large-scale exercises of U.S. military transport aviation in the Middle East (supposedly covering up the movement of forces) and ending with almost panicked reports that Iran was about to hide all of its nuclear centrifuges in the mountains where they could not be destroyed.
It is difficult to understand this escalation of tensions, considering that the IAEA report does not reflect any serious foundation for these apprehensions.
The reaction of IAEA officials is especially interesting. It appears that the report, which has already been disseminated on the Internet and has evoked numerous comments from the press and even from officials, will not be officially published at all.

Russia may build more nuclear power plants in Iran

Russia slams IAEA report on Iran as biased

Iran continued work on nuclear weapon after 2003 - IAEA

Medvedev urges calm over Iran, warns of catastrophe

Iran would disclose nuclear arms program - Salehi

Russian scientist may be key to Iranian nuclear weapons - paper

Iran accuses U.S. of pressuring IAEA

World approaching military option on Iran, says Israeli president

Washington denies seeking military confrontation with Iran

Russia seeks to revive Iran Six talks Lavrov

Iran launches uranium yellowcake production

U.S. presses UN nuclear watchdog inspectors on Iran nuclear data - paper

Iran says still puzzled over scrapped arms deal with Russia

Iran in talks with Russia over new nuclear sites

Iran calls for cooperation with Russia in energy

Iran launches Bushehr nuclear power plant

Bushehr to enter pre-launch phase Sept. 12 - Iran

Iran offers IAEA full supervision of nuclear program

Bushehr nuclear plant starts powering electrical grid

Iran urges total ban on nuclear weapons

Iran starts production of dual-purpose carbon fiber

Russia urges resumption of Iran nuclear talks

Bushehr nuclear plant reactors gather pace - Russian contractor

Iran transferring uranium centrifuges to Fordo site

Iran welcomes Russian proposal to restart nuclear talks

Iran Bushehr nuclear plant to go into full operation by yearend - Ahmadinejad

U.S. missile shield may be precursor for Iran attack - Rogozin

Iran lawmakers reject Russian nuclear proposals

Iranian leader accuses U.S. of plotting to destabilize Pakistan nuclear facilities

Russia promises to urge Iran to meet IAEA requirements

The reactor of Bushehr NPP has been brought to minimum controlled power

Iran says hit by second cyber attack

China pushes for further dialog on Iranian nuclear program

Iran set to produce fuel rods for reactors soon - agency

Bushehr nuke plant being reloaded with fuel - Russian contractor

Netanyahu urges no let-up in Iran nuclear pressure

Obama extends national emergency regarding Iran

Russia says will complete Bushehr project in near future

Russia Lavrov urges restoration of trust in Iran

Russia ready to sign radioactive isotope contract with Iran

Lavrov warns against new sanctions on Iran

Russia disappointed with latest Iran talks

Iran should prove peaceful nature of its nuclear program - Medvedev

Beijing pushes for more nuclear talks with Iran

Iran Six disappointed by nuclear talks in Istanbul

Iran nuclear talks get off to positive start - IRNA

Tehran will not comply with UN resolutions - IAEA envoy

Russia, Iran agree to further nuclear discussion

Israel tests virus aimed at Iranian nuclear facilities

Touring Iran nuclear sites

Russia to push for talks on Iran nuclear program in Istanbul - Lavrov

Iran says no plans to discuss nuclear program in Istanbul

Iranian IAEA representative to visit Russia January 20-21

Iranian nuclear scientist murder suspect says was trained in Israel

Iranian authorities arrest suspects behind nuclear scientist assassination

Iran says can produce nuclear fuel

Iran invites foreign diplomats to tour its nuclear sites

Russia declines blacklisted Iranian company in port purchase, cites international sanctions

Ashton hopes Iranian reshuffle does not delay Iran Six talks

Iranian nuclear chief Salehi appointed acting foreign minister

Iran to continue talks with group of Six in Istanbul end of January

Iran Six to meet in Geneva to discuss Tehran nuclear program

Iran completes fueling Bushehr nuclear reactor

WikiLeaks cables claim Iran procures uranium in Latin America

Russia has no grounds to suspect Iran of nuclear weapons plans - Putin

Iran admits cyber attack on its uranium enrichment facilities

IAEA report proves peaceful nature of Teheran nuclear activities

Iran to produce own nuclear fuel by 2011 - nuclear chief

Iran installs reactor cap at Bushehr NPP

Moscow hopes Iran Six resume talks December

Turkish ministry confirms Iran plans to resume talks with West

Russia expects Iran to resume nuclear talks in mid-November

Bushehr to be connected to Iranian national grid in February 2011

Iran set to load fuel in Bushehr nuclear reactor

Russia expects talks with Iran to be successful - deputy foreign minister

Russia would welcome Iranian decision to restart nuclear talks

Iran steps up uranium exploration - nuclear chief

Iran ready for talks if West comments on Israel nuclear capability

Bushehr nuclear plant to receive additional Russian staff

Russia loses money, reputation over S-300 sale ban - expert

Russia contract-bound to deliver S-300

Iran N plant fully loaded by mid-November

Russia to return $166.8 million prepayment to Iran for S-300 missile defense system

Iran says still discussing missile system deal with Russia

West mind games will not stop nuclear plant - Iran

First fuel to be loaded into Iranian nuclear plant later this month

Iran detains suspected nuclear spies - media

No proof Iran building nuclear weapons - Lavrov

Ahmadinejad rejects information about secret talks with U.S.A.

Tehran official may meet Iran six rep. next month - Ahmadinejad

Russia hopes Iran considers international proposals on nuclear program

Iran uranium enrichment to affect nuclear fuel supply talks - diplomat

Tehran dismisses reports on secret nuclear site

Russian foreign minister calls for clarity in Iranian nuclear issues

Iran to develop first fusion research reactor by 2020

Iran eyes nuclear fuel consortium with Russia

Russia to load nuclear fuel into Iran's Bushehr NPP
Russia is completing final preparations to load low-enriched uranium fuel into Iran's first civilian reactor at the Bushehr NPP later on Saturday.
If the operation goes smoothly, Bushehr will be qualified as an operational nuclear power plant. It is expected to start producing electricity late this year or early next.
A Russian delegation headed by Rosatom chief Sergei Kiriyenko will attend the launch ceremony. The Iranian delegation will be led by Ali Akbar Salehi, vice president and Director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).
Western powers suspect Iran of pursuing nuclear weapons under the guise of its nuclear program, a charge Tehran strongly denies, saying the program is aimed at the peaceful generation of civilian energy.
On June 9, 2010, the UN Security Council approved a fourth round of sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program, including tougher financial controls and an expanded arms embargo, as well as an asset ban on three dozen companies and a travel freeze on individuals.
Later, the United States and the European Union imposed extra sanctions against Iran.

Iran calls on Vienna Group to decide on date for fuel swap talks

Tajikistan not cooperating with Iran in uranium export, reprocessing

Russian fuel supply to Iran fixes nuclear issue - France

Bushehr nuclear reactor to be loaded with fuel August 21 - Rosatom

Bushehr Plant efficiency tests finished

Iran Six must hold talks with Tehran soon - Ryabkov

Iran postpones nuclear talks until late August as punishment

G8 leaders acknowledge Russia's position on Iran - Medvedev's aid

Iran to set conditions for nuclear talks

Iran produces 17 kg of 20% enriched uranium - nuclear chief

Iran Bushehr NPP to go into operation in September

Iran bans entry for 2 IAEA experts

Bushehr nuclear plant construction unaffected by Iran sanctions - Russia Foreign ministry

Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant to go into operation in August - Putin

Iran is special case for IAEA

Draft UN resolution on Iran almost complete - Lavrov

Iran continues uranium enrichment - Russia

Iran Six left with no choice but to impose sanctions - France

Brazil upholds fuel swap deal with Iran

Tehran agreement on uranium will allow peaceful resolution of Iranian nuclear program - Lavrov

Iran calls for Russia to support Teheran over its nuclear fuel exchange agreement

Russia says talks with Iran to continue regardless of UN sanctions

Russia says talks on Iran productive; urges measures

Questions remain over nuclear fuel deal with Iran - Medvedev

Medvedev to query Brazil president on enrichment deal with Iran

Iran, IAEA must sign agreement to start nuclear swap - official

No need for sanctions against Iran any longer - Turkish FM

Iran, Brazil, Turkey sign nuclear fuel swap agreement

Iranian and Brazilian presidents meet in Tehran, Iran avoids nuclear issues

Russia says Bushehr nuclear power plant to start work on schedule

Ahmadinejad accuses West of double standards in nuclear non-proliferation

NPT review conference: Iran and Israel

Iranian Ahmadinejad applies for U.S. visa

Tehran says Iran Six need will for progress on nuclear issue

Russia does not back Iranian nuclear conference statement

U.S. skeptical about Iranian nuclear enrichment plans

Iran to discuss nuclear fuel swap with Security Council countries

Tehran wants U.S. expelled from IAEA

Russia, Brazil discuss Iranian nuclear program

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister to attend Tehran nuclear disarmament conference

Iran first NPP in Bushehr to be launched in August 2010

Sanctions no threat to Iranian nuclear plant launch - Russian MP

Iran starts final test for Bushehr nuclear plant

Medvedev says energy sanctions against Iran unlikely

Israeli attack on Iran might lead to nuclear conflict - Medvedev

Iran builds new generation of centrifuges - nuclear chief

Russia to deliver fuel shipment a year after Bushehr launch

Bushehr nuclear plant to be launched this summer - Putin

Iran's Bushehr NPP to be launched this year - Lavrov

Japan ready to supply enriched uranium to Iran - paper

Iran to reject offers demanding Tehran reactor suspension

International proposals still valid despite Iranian uranium enrichment

No new nuclear proposals to Iran - Russia

Iran takes just 10 kg of uranium for enrichment - IAEA

Iran produces first batch of 20% enriched uranium

Iran vows to produce nuclear fuel only for domestic use

Russia moves closer to backing Iran sanctions

International community ready to help Iran get medical isotopes

Moscow warns Tehran over uranium enrichment plans

Iran notifies UN watchdog of higher uranium enrichment plans

Russia urges Iran to reassure world about nuclear program

Iran, IAEA agree on nuclear fuel swap scheme

Russia, Iran begin talks on nuclear issues

Iran working on uranium swap formula

Russia positive on Iran uranium offer

Iran enrichment plan hinders solution to nuclear issue

Iran could make nuclear advancement announcement early February

France, U.S. to present proposals on Iran sanctions to UN

Moscow dismayed by Iran's reaction to nuclear proposals

Top Iranian security official's visit to Russia called off

U.S. calls Iran Six meeting in New York useful

Six nations begin considering new sanctions against Iran

Iran Six participants holding a meeting in New York on Saturday decided against new sanctions on Tehran and will study new political methods to solve the issues, a Russian Foreign Ministry deputy said

Iran Six decides against new sanctions on Tehran

Iran Six gears up for meeting in New York

U.S., Russia officials talk arms cuts, Iran in Moscow

Iran Six to meet this week in New York - Clinton

Moscow says no need for new Iran sanctions

Iran says ready to cooperate on nuclear disarmament

Tehran says ready to consider nuclear fuel swap

Washington says its patience with Iran runs out by yearend

White House says Iran is running out of time to resolve nuclear standoff

Russian energy minister says all done to complete Bushehr NPP

Egypt criticizes IAEA for resolution on Iran

Russia calls on Iran to heed IAEA resolution

IAEA rebukes Iran over 2nd uranium enrichment facility

Iran threatens to cut contacts with IAEA

IAEA board set to consider draft resolution on Iran

Russia dismisses allegation of helping Iran build atom bomb

Iran says Russia honors NPP construction contract

Iran aims to launch first nuclear plant by late March

Iran seeks UN guarantees in nuclear fuel deal

Uranium swap must take place inside Iran - Mottaki

Russia close to completing Iran nuclear plant
Russia is close to finishing the construction of Iran's first nuclear power plant and is currently making final adjustments, Foreign Ministry spokesman Andrei Nesterenko said on Tuesday.
Russian Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko said on Monday that the launch of the Bushehr nuclear plant in southern Iran may not take place before the end of this year, as earlier planned.
We are fully committed to completing this project. Russia has already supplied fuel for the reactor that has been built, and currently start-up and adjustment work is underway. Close attention is being paid to ensuring the safety of the reactor's work, Nesterenko said.
Upon completion of all necessary operations and tests, the reactor will be launched within the timeframe agreed with the Iranian side, he said.
Nesterenko said that Russian and Iranian specialists have yet to resolve certain technical problems.
He stressed that Russia's work on the project is not affected by the international controversy over Iran's nuclear program.

China backs U.S. over Iranian nuclear issue

Russia delays launch of Iranian nuclear power plant

U.S. set to press Iran for nuclear transparency

Russia, Singapore say N.Korea nuclear talks should continue

Iran sets conditions for uranium deal with West

Russia still hopes for diplomatic solution to Iran issue - Lavrov

Iran discusses uranium processing in Turkey - media

Ahmadinejad says ready to cooperate on nuclear fuel

Russian expert cautious about Iran nuclear fuel response

Iran expects Russia to honor Bushehr commitments on time

UN nuclear inspectors expected in Iran on Saturday

Iran's smokescreen in Vienna not completely dissipated
It seemed that everything was going according to plan. Except that only experts in nuclear weapons and nuclear energy fully understood what took place these last two days at the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna.
These experts, representing the United States, Russia, France and Iran, discussed a very confidential but key aspect of what is termed the Iranian nuclear problem.
The only thing that is clear is that Director General Mohamed ElBaradei was quoted as saying that the negotiations were successful and that he himself subsequently drafted an agreement that all four governments are to endorse on Friday. The IAEA Board of Governors, which will meet in late November, will need to register, or ratify this document.
The document in question seems to deal exclusively with the technical aspects of the agreement reached on October 1 in Geneva at a meeting with Iran and six world powers regarding export of Iranian uranium for enrichment in third countries (primarily Russia). This procedure is of paramount importance for resolving the Iranian nuclear problem.

U.S. considers IAEA draft deal on Iran as positive step - Kelly

The stage of start-up and adjustment works at Bushehr NPP is in progress

Nuclear source says Bushehr NPP to be completed in fall 2008

Neither deadline for talks, nor commissioning table for Iran NPP

Mottaki: Iran, Russia in talks on Bushehr nuclear power plant

Atomstroyexport: Busher NPP will be launched in autumn 2008

Lavrov: Moscow to fulfill commitment on Bushehr power plant

Iran vows to continue nuclear program despite new UN sanctions

Iran complies with Bushehr NPP construction terms - official

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