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WASHINGTON _ The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany agreed Monday to seek a fourth round of sanctions against Iran after the Islamic Republic failed to accept an offer to resolve the crisis over its nuclear program, the State Department said.
Iran's president says he believes the United States and the West have accepted the idea of negotiations in the dispute over Iran's nuclear program.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says he didn't bring any new offers from the west when he called on Iran's president this weekend.
Western negotiators have given Iran more time to respond to pleas that it suspend its nuclear enrichment program or face new sanctions, sources said Sunday. The deadline for Iran's compliance was Saturday, but Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ignored the timetable.
By Anne Penketh Diplomatic Editor Ahmadinejad ignores world powers' deadline for suspending enrichment Iran's President has issued a defiant warning to his country's "enemies" as Tehran ignored a deadline from world powers hoping to curb Iranian nuclear ambitions.
Text of report by private Indian television channel Zee News website on 1 August, subheading as carried Vienna, Aug 1 -- India's hectic lobbying with the IAEA Board of Governors to get its specific safeguards agreement ratified got a boost on Friday [1 August] when the nuke watchdog's chief Mohamed ElBaradei came out in support by pronouncing that the agreement with India confirms to the agency's rules.
Iran's response to an international package of incentives to suspend its nuclear enrichment program was its own proposal involving more talks, officials said.
By George Jahn Associated Press TEHRAN, Iran -- More than 100 nonaligned nations backed Iran's right to peaceful uses of nuclear power on Wednesday, an endorsement sought by Tehran in its standoff with the U.N. Security Council over its refusal to freeze uranium enrichment.
U.S. Sen. Barack Obama warned in Israel Wednesday a nuclear Iran could lead to nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists.
Text of report under the "Selected News" column headlined: "The presence of America's representatives will make the talks controversial" published by Iranian newspaper Iran website on 19 July Commenting on the new round of negotiations between Sa'id Jalili and Javier Solana, Sa'dollah Zare'i, an [Iranian] expert of international relations, has said: The presence of the US representatives in the six party talks on the nuclear dossier, which is attended by the high ranking representative of...
- totally perplexed and mixed up.