The Iranian and Syrian foreign ministers also spoke hours after the airstrikes that reportedly killed at least 17. A U.S. official said the move was meant to send a signal to Iran-backed militias in the region
Iran this week effectively set a deadline to lift the U.S. sanctions within three months, after which it said it would erase surveillance footage of its nuclear facilities
Before 2019, the idea of Iranian judoka Saeid Mollaei competing in Tel Aviv would have been a pipe dream. But Mollaei's new reality comes with a heavy price, he tells Haaretz in an interview
Iran this week effectively set a deadline to lift those sanctions within three months, after which it said it would erase surveillance footage of its nuclear facilities
Biden is aware of the price and realizes that ultimately, he will be forced to make a difficult decision if he wants to to return to nuclear deal
Iran officially started restricting international inspections of its nuclear facilities, state TV reports, in a bid to pressure European countries and Biden to lift economic sanctions and restore the 2015 nuclear deal
The law, which expired at midnight on Monday, requires Iran to block snap inspections by the UN nuclear watchdog if sanctions are not lifted, but Iranian media isn't convinced of the benefits of escalation
While Netanyahu urges Biden to use 'maximum pressure' on Iran, a swift International Atomic Energy Agency agreement extends the deadline for U.S., Iran negotiations
The 2015 nuclear deal caps fissile purity to which Iran can refine uranium at 3.67 percent, far below the 90 percent suitable for a nuclear weapon, and the 20 percent achieved by Iran before the agreement was reached
The announcement confirms that Tehran will go ahead with its plan to slash cooperation with the agency as IAEA chief suggests a window has been created for salvaging the nuclear deal
Iranian website affiliated with Tehran's national security council says any contact with Washington on the matter has been conducted via the Swiss embassy, rather than through direct talks
FM Zarif says Iranian decision to end UN snap inspections of nuclear facilities doesn't mean abandoning deal ■ Comments come as head of the UN nuclear watchdog meets with Iran’s atomic chief
Israel’s ability to influence Biden on Iran is limited, nor is the option of clashing openly with the U.S. administration truly feasible
'We are consulting with our partners, including Russia and China, and we will respond to this proposal in the future,' said the country's deputy FM
The IAEA is preparing to rebuke Tehran for failing to explain the presence of the material, diplomats say, possibly complicating U.S. efforts to revive nuclear diplomacy
Saeid Mollaei, who plays for Mongolia after fleeing his country, said: 'I have always been an athlete, never political'
In his first major speech aimed at an international audience, President Biden says the U.S. is willing to reopen talks on Tehran's nuclear program, warns of 'Iran's destabilizing activities across the Middle East'
'Give diplomacy a chance,' said one Iranian official, and Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif tweeted that when sanctions are lifted, 'we will then immediately reverse all remedial measures. Simple'
'Our Position Has Not Changed': Netanyahu Slams Iran Deal After U.S. Says It's Ready to Reopen Negotiations
Going back to the agreement would facilitate path to nuclear arsenal, Israel reiterates, a day after U.S. says it's ready to talk with Iran
After U.S. Proposes Talks, Iran Says It Will 'Immediately' Reverse Nuclear Actions if Sanctions Lifted
Tehran has set a February 23 deadline for Washington to begin removing sanctions, threatening to ban snap UN inspections if it doesn't
U.S. informs Israel of move to resume nuclear talks, source says ■ The United States also rescinded former president Donald Trump’s restoration of UN sanctions on Iran
Tehran has set a deadline of next week for Biden to begin reversing sanctions imposed by Trump, or says it will ban short-notice UN inspections, its biggest step yet to breach the deal
Forough Abbasi urges women to work toward changing Iranian laws after her ski coach was banned from leaving the country by her husband
Exiled Iranian judoka Saeid Mollaei is set to compete at the Tel Aviv Grand Slam against Israel's Sagi Muki. In 2019 Mollaei was forced to skip a match against him that cost him the world championships
The blaze spread for three days after an explosion on Saturday which set off a huge fire that engulfed many of the hundreds of trucks lined up at the border crossing
This is the second such joint Russia-Iran exercise since 2019, when the two nations plus China held a four-day exercise, and comes amid a tense standoff with the U.S. over the Iran's nuclear capabilities
In challenge to Biden's hopes of rejoining the accord, spokesman says steps are reversible if 'other party changes its path and honors its obligations'
It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the blast, which injured at least seven people and caused a massive fire that consumed more than 500 trucks carrying natural gas and fuel
Masoud Molavi Vardanjani was shot dead on an Istanbul street in November 2019, a year after leaving Iran and criticizing what he said was corruption in the Islamic Republic
Tehran and Washington are indirectly sending messages that are also aimed at the Saudis and Israelis. Any delay could put Biden under pressure at home to block the contacts