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Iran’s president warns weapons-grade enrichment possible

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TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's outgoing president on Wednesday warned his country could enrich uranium at weapons-grade levels of 90% if it chose, though it...

After US denied deal, Iran says prisoner swap talks ongoing

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TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's government spokesman said Tuesday that talks with the United States about a prisoner exchange are still ongoing, two months after...

US-Russia say climate talks a springboard to ease tensions

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MOSCOW — U.S. climate envoy John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov expressed hope on Monday that climate change talks could act as...

US envoy warns China ‘looking at’ new nuclear technologies

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GENEVA — A U.S. diplomat focusing on disarmament said Thursday that China is "looking at" developing naval and aerial autonomous nuclear weapons systems, warning...

Iran accuses Israel of June attack on civilian nuclear site

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TEHRAN, Iran — Iran on Tuesday accused Israel of a sabotage attack in June that reportedly targeted a civilian nuclear facility near Tehran, the...

US and Iran show no move to put nuclear deal back on track

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UNITED NATIONS — The United Nations, European Union and many Security Council members urged the United States and Iran on Wednesday to quickly put...

Czechs want Russia to pay for damages from 2014 blast

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PRAGUE — The Czech Foreign Ministry summoned Russia's ambassador to Prague on Monday to request full compensation for damages from a huge ammunition depot...

Biden tells Israel president he won’t tolerate nuclear Iran

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WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden sought to assure Israel that he would not tolerate a nuclear Iran as he met with outgoing Israeli President...

Iran: No decision on camera deal with UN nuclear inspectors

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TEHRAN, Iran — Iran has not made a decision yet about whether to extend an agreement with the U.N. atomic watchdog over access to...

Blinken, Lapid meet in Rome amid reset US-Israel relations

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ROME — Hush-hush diplomacy. In-person visits. And a very public no-surprises agreement on Iran. ...