Six world powers and Iran will meet again later on Wednesday in a bid to reach an outline accord reining in Tehran's nuclear programme, after failing to agree crucial details such as the lifting of UN sanctions by a Tuesday deadline.
With Iran moving closer to a deal with world powers to constrain its nuclear programme in return for an end to sanctions, Arab analysts and leaders are focused more on how Tehran is working unconstrained to tighten its grip on Arab states, from
India owes about $8.8 billion for oil imports from Iran, India's trade minister said on Friday, as economic sanctions imposed over Tehran's nuclear programme have cut its access to the global banking system and hit its oil revenue.
Iran has continued to meet its commitments under an interim nuclear agreement with six world powers, a confidential United Nations nuclear agency report seen by Reuters showed on Friday.
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A possible deal over Iran's nuclear programme that would phase out economic sanctions against Tehran is unlikely to flood world markets with more oil any time soon, despite Iran's declared intention to claw back market share lost becau
A possible deal over Iran's nuclear programme that would phase out economic sanctions against Tehran is unlikely to flood world markets with more oil any time soon, despite Iran's declared intention to claw back market share lost because
Major world powers have begun talks about a United Nations Security Council resolution to lift UN sanctions on Iran if a nuclear agreement is struck with Tehran, a step that could make it harder for the US Congress to undo a deal, Western offici
Iran said oil prices would not rise above $60 a barrel until 2016 and that it would increase crude exports if Western sanctions over its nuclear programme were lifted, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported on Friday.
Iran's foreign minister has suggested that a 10-year moratorium on some aspects of the country's nuclear programme might be acceptable to Tehran, though he declined to discuss the issue in detail.
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Regional security experts have sounded the alarm over Iran's nuclear ambitions as a deal with the US appears to edge ever closer.
US Secretary of State John Kerry visited Riyadh yesterday (March 5) to give his reassurances tha