Although this is not as drastic a step as hiking uranium production, it confirms the slow demise of the 2015 international deal
Iran nuclear deal
The Iran nuclear deal is a 2015 agreement aimed at dismantling Iran's nuclear program, and ensuring that it is used only for civilian purposes. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between Iran, the six P5+1 countries, which include the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council: United States, United Kingdom, Russia, France and China, plus Germany and the European Union, on April 2, 2015 in Lausanne, Switzerland. In return, the United Nations' sanctions on the country were lifted, freeing up tens of billions of dollars in oil revenue and frozen assets.
The Islamic Republic heavily subsidizes gas prices which in turned back fired and added to the nation's decades-old economic problems
Prime minister’s policy has hit two major obstacles: Tehran’s obduracy in Syria, no matter what the cost; and the fickleness of U.S. President Donald Trump
Iran has long blamed the Europeans for failing to provide the economic benefits it was meant to receive under the deal
Revelation from IAEA is the first time it has acknowledged in a report that allegations made by the U.S. and Israel against Iran are true ■ Report also confirms Tehran is enriching uranium at underground Fordo facility
Bushehr's first reactor came online in 2011 with the help of Russia. This new reactor similarly will be built with Russian help
The Trump administration called him the 'perfect candidate.' How will Rafael Grossi, incoming IAEA chief, manage U.S. and Israeli pressure on Iran – and brewing nuclear proliferation throughout the Middle East?
The answer may lie in the streets of the Middle East
The announcement would mean Iran's proven crude oil reserves would be boosted by a third
A spokesman for Iran's atomic agency said the government 'legally speaking' had done nothing wrong in stopping the female inspector from touring its Natanz nuclear facility
Following IAEA reports on Iran's refusal to cooperate with investigation, Netanyahu calls to 'resist Iran's aggression and terror' and 'snap back sanctions'
Tehran isn't complying with international inspectors at a warehouse that was identified by Netanyahu last year, Bloomberg report indicates
Trump's top diplomat says, 'It is now time for all nations to reject this regime's nuclear extortion and take serious steps to increase pressure'
The incident at Natanz, the site of a nuclear enrichment plant, was the believed to be the first of its kind since a 2015 deal reigning in Iran's nuclear program was signed. 'There is a real concern that it will harm' future inspections, a European diplomat says.
Putting a stop to these violations, which Iran isn't even making an effort to hide, lies in direct negotiations between Tehran and Washington
Iran's president announced Tehran would begin injecting uranium gas into 1,044 centrifuges, the latest step away from its nuclear deal with world powers since Trump pulled out from the accord in 2018
Statement comes after Tehran announced it would start injecting uranium gas into centrifuges at its underground Fordow enrichment facility
Statement follows Iran's declaration on Monday that it launched a new batch of advanced centrifuges to accelerate uranium enrichment
Tehran announced that it is now operating 60 IR-6 advanced centrifuges and is working on an even more advanced prototype centrifuge
Trump admin plans to allow Russian, Chinese and European companies to continue work at Iranian nuclear facilities to make it harder for Iran to develop a nuclear weapon
Comments come days after it was revealed that Netanyahu is seeking to improve Israel's ability to identify Iranian cruise missiles by supplementing its defense budget
Supreme Leader Khamenei, meanwhile, says Iran will continue reducing commitments to nuclear deal until 'desired result' reached
Stena Impero documented arriving in Dubai's Port Rashid, in a move that brings an end to the Gulf standoff which began when Iran captured the vessel in July
This is not the first time Iran has increased its enriched uranium levels beyond limits set by the unraveling 2015 deal
'Our response to talks under pressure is no,' says President Rohani to renewed negotiations with U.S. on nuclear deal
Iran has already pushed past limits in the deal, known as JCPOA for short, on nuclear enrichment purity and stockpiles of enriched uranium
IAEA investigating origin of particles found at site that Benjamin Netanyahu urged it to inspect after alleging it had housed radioactive material
The United States will continue to impose sanctions on whoever purchases Iran's oil or conducts business with Iran's Revolutionary Guards
France, Germany and Britain have tried to launch a barter trade mechanism with Iran protecting it from U.S. sanctions but have struggled to get it off the ground
Tehran announced it was using faster centrifuges and insisted it does not seeks to develop a nuclear bomb