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Full Text of Iran and P5+1 Nuclear Deal

Iran and the group of P5+1 (USA, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) agreed on a joint plan action after months of intensive negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program. following ... Continue Reading →
EU's HR Catherine Ashton holds trilateral meeting with French FM Fabius and Iran FM Zarif, in Geneva.

Incoherent P5+1 Hinder Iran Nuclear Talks Progress

The progress for Iran to reach a long-sought deal with world powers is hindered as French Foreign Minister undermines a preliminary deal Iran finally managed to ... Continue Reading →
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Iranian TV Airs Simulation of Counter Attack on Israel (+Video)

While the new round of nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 – five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany – begins in the Geneva on Thursday, Iranian state ... Continue Reading →
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Iranian Nuclear Talks Suggest Progress

The latest round of Iran and P5+1 nuclear talks finished on Wednesday night. the next round of talks will be held in Novomber 7 and 8 in Geneva. At the end of the talks Iran and P5+1 ... Continue Reading →
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Why Iran’s Leader Gives Rowhani Nuclear Free Hand?

In a Tuesday meeting with senior commanders of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (Sepah), the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei stated two issues in Iran’s internal ... Continue Reading →
Until September 9, 2009 there was over 20,000 nuclear weapons around the world. Many of them are still on hair-trigger alert.18,500 of these bombs were made by the US and Russia.

On This Day 68 Years Ago The Nuclear Age Began When The US Detonated The First Atomic Bomb

On June 16, 1945, America detonated the first atomic bomb, starting the atomic age and the biggest arms race in the world. Although the first attempts to make atomic ... Continue Reading →
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Iran’s Leader Says The Country’s Nuclear Issue Can be Solved Easily

In a meeting with officials from the judiciary system, Iran’s leader once again praised the nation for their high turnout in the election, emphasizing that it foiled the enemy’s ... Continue Reading →