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 →
Jalili and Ashton

Jalili, Ashton to Hold Dinner Meeting in Istanbul

EU foreign policy head Catherine Ashton and Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili will have a dinner meeting in Turkish city of Istanbul, tonight. The meeting is a follow ... Continue Reading →
Ayatollah Khamenei Greets Manouchehr Mottaki, Then Foreign Minister (Left) during a meeting in 2010 with the President Ahmadinejad's Cabinet Members. In the Middle is Ali AKbar Velayati, Supreme Leader's Special Adviser on International Affairs.

Iran’s Ex-FM says Supreme Leader had Accepted a Plan to Solve the Nuclear Issue

Iran’s former Foreign Minister said during one of his meetings with Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, he presented a proposal for “reaching an agreement with the group ... Continue Reading →
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“Don’t Make Iran Re-Think its Cooperation”: Larijani to West

Ali Larijani, Speaker of Iran’s Parliament accused the IAEA of making obstacles for Iran and the P5+1 (P5+1 is the name given to the six countries – U.S, ... Continue Reading →

‫Iran not Yet Responded to P5+1 Proposal‬

One day after Almaty, Kazakhstan Talks Ali Baqeri, Iran’s Deputy Senior Negotiator in nuclear talks with the so called P5+1 group comprising the United State, Britain, ... Continue Reading →
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Iranian Legislators Renew Support for Nuclear Rights

Iranian legislators have issued a statement in defense of the nation’s full nuclear rights ahead of the next round of talks between Iran and the IAEA. In the ... Continue Reading →
A sign in Tehran's eastern highway directing to the Parchin military site. Photo By: IransView.com

IAEA Report: Soil Displacement in Parchin was Due to Constructing its New Road

In its latest report, The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed that according to information it received from Iran, “soil displacement by trucks was due to constructing ... Continue Reading →