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Iran, big powers agree to hold more nuclear talks in June


Iran and world powers agreed to meet again in Moscow in June for more talks to try to end the long-running dispute over Tehran's nuclear programme, but there was scant progress to resolve the main sti

Atomic weapons against Islam, Ahmadinejad insists


Islam forbids atomic weapons and other arms of mass destruction, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad insisted on Wednesday ahead of his country's nuclear talks with world powers in Baghdad.


Israel 'highly sceptical' of IAEA deal with Iran


Israel is 'highly sceptical' about a deal between the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Iran aimed at trying to solve the dispute over its nuclear drive, a senior official said on Tuesday.

Iran deports 82 Pakistanis

A total of 82 Pakistani nationals have been deported by Iran for living illegally in the country, Daily Times reported on Monday.

The Pakistanis were arrested by Iranian security officials after thei

G8 piles pressure on Iran; vows 'timely' supplies to oil markets


Piling up pressure on Iran, the leaders of the world's eight most powerful economies have asked it to swiftly address all outstanding issues related to its nuclear programme and vowed to ensure tha

Iran flouts UN sanctions, sends arms to Syria: Panel


Syria remains the top destination for Iranian arms shipments in violation of a U.N. Security Council ban on weapons exports by the Islamic Republic, according to a confidential report on Iran sanction

Plans to strike Iran 'ready', says US Israel envoy


U.S. plans for a possible military strike on Iran are ready and the option is 'fully available', the U.S. ambassador to Israel said, days before Tehran resumes talks with world powers which suspect it

Iran executes 'Israel spy and nuclear scientist' killer

Iran on Tuesday hanged a man convicted of playing a key role in the 2010 murder of a top nuclear scientist and of spying for Israel, the official IRNA news agency reported quoting Tehran prosecution o

India says it will cut Iran oil purchases by 11%

India said on Tuesday it would cut purchases of Iranian oil by 11 per cent following pressure from the United States to join a drive to isolate the Islamic republic over its disputed nuclear programme

No need for war to 'destroy' Israel: Ahmadinejad

President Mahmud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday that war was not essential to achieve the destruction' of Israel, Iran's state news agency IRNA reported.

"The destruction of the Zionist regime does no

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