‘Iran will cut more JCPOA obligations if necessary’ :Rouhani

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President Hassan Rouhani says Iran will take further steps towards suspending its commitments under a 2015 nuclear deal in the future if it deems necessary. Rouhani made the remarks during a cabinet meeting in Tehran on Wednesday, a few days … Read More

Trump reiterates to Macron the US will not drop Iran sanctions

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© Getty Images President Trump on Thursday spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron and reiterated to him that the United States would not relieve Iran of economic sanctions. The two leaders also agreed it was imperative to “curb Iran’s actions threatening freedom of … Read More

In Major Threat To Dollar’s Reserve Status, Russia Offers To Join European SWIFT-Bypass

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Three weeks after a meeting between the countries who signed the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which was ditched by US, French, British and German officials said the trade mechanism which was proposed last … Read More

Iran: Ballistic missile program not up for negotiation

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Iran denies Pompeo’s assertion that it is willing to negotiate over its ballistic missile program. Iranian ballistic missile – Reuters Iran denied on Tuesday that it was willing to negotiate over its ballistic missile program after Secretary of State Mike … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 12 July 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, In the environment of bogus media, lying through their teeth about nearly everything and everybody who supports the traditions of the United States, people, particularly conservatives are falling all over themselves to protect the reputations of law … Read More

Iran warns EU to avoid escalation over breach of uranium enrichment cap

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Iranian technicians work at the Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facilities (UCF), 420 kms south of Tehran, 03 February 2007. [AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI / Getty] Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has warned European signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal to avoid escalations in … Read More

China blames US ‘bullying’ for Iran nuclear crisis

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BEIJING: China on Monday (Jul 8) said “unilateral bullying” by the United States was the cause behind the escalating Iran nuclear crisis, after Tehran announced it was set to breach its uranium enrichment cap. “The facts show that unilateral bullying has already … Read More

Netanyahu calls Iran’s uranium enrichment increase ‘very dangerous’

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – Photo: Ohad Zwigenberg Iranian announcement to further scale back its commitment to the 2015 nuclear deal was met with unease in Israel as both the prime minister and the energy minister called on the European … Read More

Iran to announce it is increasing nuclear enrichment to 5% Sunday

Tehran claims an increase for ‘peaceful’ purposes, accuses the US and Europe of breaking nuke deal commitment, but more likely to further ratchet up tensions. A view of the heavy-water production plant in the central Iranian town of Arak, August … Read More

What is the EU-Iran payment vehicle INSTEX?

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The special purpose vehicle INSTEX aims to facilitate trade between the EU and Iran to get around US sanctions. DW examines how it will work, the players and its possible impact. Germany, France, and Britain have launched an EU-backed system … Read More

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