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Iran: Europe lacks determination, not capability
Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Seyyed Abbas Araqchi said Iran now has no doubt that the Europeans’ political unwillingness, and NOT their inability, is to blame for their failure to fulfill their commitments under the 2015 agreement.
Zarif: Iran to further reduce nuclear commitments on July 7
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Friday Iran will start to further scale back its commitments of the 2015 nuclear deal on July 7.
B-Team won’t succeed in pressuring Iran into nuclear talks: Analyst
Political commentator David Yaghoubian says the "B-Team" won’t succeed in pressuring Iran into negotiations on its nuclear program.
IAEA chief worried about increasing tensions over Iran nuclear work
The UN nuclear agency's chief says he is "worried about increasing tensions" over Iran's nuclear program, calling for de-escalation efforts as Tehran expresses dissatisfaction with European actions to offset the effects of the US withdrawal from a 2015 international deal.
IAEA chief worried about rising tension over Iran nuclear program
The UN atomic watchdog's chief said on Monday he was worried about rising tensions over Iran's nuclear program and called for de-escalation through dialogue.
IAEA: Iran's stocks of nuclear materials still within limits
Iran's stocks of key nuclear materials are still within the limits set by a 2015 deal with world powers, a quarterly report by the UN nuclear watchdog indicated on Friday.
UN chief warns of nuclear ‘coffin’ leaking in Pacific
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed alarm at the leakage of radioactive material from a concrete dome built to contain waste from atomic bomb tests by the United States amd France during the Cold War.
Russian FM: Iran had the right to partially suspend nuclear deal commitments
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Iran had the right to partially suspend its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
US Navy plans to boost nuclear submarine spending to $5 billion by 2024
The US Navy plans to increase its yearly spending its next-generation nuclear missile submarine program by $5 billion by 2024, the Pentagon has said in a report sent to Congress.
China reiterates support for Iran nuclear deal
China on Monday commended Iran's fulfillment of its obligations under the 2015 nuclear deal and said it would continue to maintain and carry out the deal with relevant parties.
EU, Russia condemn US oil, nuclear sanctions on Iran
The European Union, Britain, Germany, and France as well as Russia criticized the recent US decisions to restrict oil trade with Iran and to limit the extension of waivers for nuclear cooperation.

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