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Iran decries US ‘hypocrisy’ over planned nuclear sale to Saudi Arabia
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has denounced Washington’s “hypocrisy” after reports said the administration of US President Donald Trump was seeking to advance the sale of nuclear power technology to Saudi Arabia.
Iran slams US ‘hypocrisy’ over planned nuclear technology sale to Saudis
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized US hypocrisy after it was reported on Tuesday that the administration of President Donald Trump is trying to bypass Congress to advance the sale of nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.
Europe must take more drastic measures to save Iran nuclear deal: Analyst
Europeans need to take more “drastic measures” to save the Iran nuclear deal, says a political analyst, adding that all their actions following the US withdrawal from the agreement have not been enough.
Russia, US make ‘no progress’ in nuclear treaty talks
The United States and Russia have failed to make any progress in negotiations on a landmark Cold War-era arms control treaty, with Washington expected to go ahead with a unilateral withdrawal from the key pact this weekend, a senior Russian diplomat says.
US plans to suspend INF nuclear arms treaty with Russia: White House
The administration of US President Donald is poised to suspend a landmark Cold War-era arms control treaty with Russia, a move likely to escalate already high tensions between Washington and Moscow.
North Korea ‘not to denuclearize unless US nuclear threat removed’
North Korean state media say Pyongyang will never unilaterally give up its nuclear weapons program unless the United States removes its nuclear threat first, amid a protracted deadlock in nuclear negotiations between the two countries over the sequencing of the denuclearization process in the Korean Peninsula and the removal of international sanctions.
Iran rejects US allegation, says missile program defensive
Iran said on Sunday its missile program is defensive and not in breach of UN resolutions following a US allegation that Tehran had carried out a new missile test.
EU pledges continued commitment to 2015 Iran nuclear agreement
The European Union has reiterated its strong determination to preserve the Iran nuclear deal, formaly known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), irrespective of a decision by US President Donald Trump to withdraw from the agreement and reimpose sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Salehi: Iran-Japan nuclear safety cooperation to continue
The head of Iran’s nuclear agency said that despite the ongoing US sanctions and efforts to isolate his country, Japan remains willing to continue cooperating with Iran on nuclear safety.
Iran's nuclear chief warns patience is running out on EU pledges
Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi has warned that Tehran's patience is running out over the failure of the European Union's economic pledges to deliver any "tangible results."
Iran’s nuclear chief warns EU: Patience is running thin
Iran’s nuclear chief said on Tuesday he was warning the European Union’s top diplomat that Tehran’s patience was running out on the bloc’s pledges to keep up oil trade despite US sanctions.
Bushehr nuclear power plant's output tops 3,400 GW in six months
The first unit of Bushehr nuclear power plant has generated 3,456 GW of electricity in the six months from March 21 to September 22.
North Korea warns of returning to nuclear policy
North Korea has warned the United States it will "seriously" consider returning to a state policy aimed at building nuclear weapons if Washington does not end its tough economic sanctions against Pyongyang.

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