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Agreement with Iran 'gives time to diplomacy': IAEA

U.S., France, Britain and Germany scrapped plans for a resolution criticising Iran at the U.N. atomic watchdog. Iran agreed to prolong monitoring of some nuclear activities, even though the watchdog said Iran made no "promise" on another key issue. The decision by the United States, France, British and Germany avoids an escalation with Iran.
1 month ago|Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

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Iran escapes rebuke at IAEA despite no 'promise' on open questions

By Francois Murphy VIENNA - Western powers on Monday scrapped plans for a resolution criticising Iran at the U.N. atomic watchdog after Tehran agreed to prolong monitoring of some nuclear activities, even though the watchdog said Iran made no "promise" on another key issue. The decision by the United States, France, Britain and Germany not to push for a resolution at this week's

1 month ago|United Kingdom
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IAEA-Iran Agreement Raises Hopes For New Nuclear Talks With U.S

The U.N. atomic watchdog reached an agreement with Iran on Sunday to solve "the most urgent issue" between them, the overdue servicing of monitoring equipment to keep it running, raising hopes of fresh talks on a wider deal with the West.

1 month ago|India
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Iran Agreement With UN Watchdog Raises Hopes For New Nuclear Talks With US

The UN atomic watchdog reached an agreement with Iran on Sunday to solve "the most urgent issue" between them, the overdue servicing of monitoring equipment to keep it running, raising hopes of fresh talks on a wider deal with the West.

1 month ago|New Delhi, India
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Iran escapes rebuke at IAEA despite no 'promise' on open questions

VIENNA (Reuters) - Western powers on Monday scrapped plans for a resolution criticising Iran at the U.N. atomic watchdog after Tehran agreed to prolong monitoring of some nuclear activities, even though the watchdog said Iran made no "promise" on another key issue. Read full story

1 month ago|Malaysia
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Nuclear surveillance deal with Iran keeps hopes for talks alive: IAEA

TEHRAN - Iran and the UN atomic agency on Sunday announced the IAEA will keep up surveillance of Tehran’s nuclear activities, soothing a sore point in talks to resuscitate a 2015 deal to curb its programme.

1 month ago|Lahore, Pakistan
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IAEA-Iran agreement raises hopes for new nuclear talks with US

The UN atomic watchdog reached an agreement with Iran to solve “the most urgent issue” between them, the overdue servicing of monitoring equipment to keep it running, raising hopes of fresh talks on a wider deal with the West.International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi obtained the agreement Sunday in a last-minute trip to Tehran he called “constructive” before a meeting of his agency’s 35-nation Board of Governors this week at which …

1 month ago|Hong Kong
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Agreement With Iran 'Gives Time To Diplomacy': IAEA

The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog hailed a deal struck with Iran on Sunday over access to surveillance equipment at Iranian nuclear facilities, saying it allowed space for diplomatic talks. The agreement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) soothes a sore point in deadlocked talks to resuscitate the 2015 deal to curb Iran's nuclear programme, also known as the JCPOA.

1 month ago|United States
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Nuclear surveillance deal with Iran keeps hopes for talks alive

Iran and the UN atomic agency on Sunday announced the IAEA will keep up surveillance of Tehran's nuclear activities, soothing a sore point in talks to resuscitate a 2015 deal to curb its programme.

1 month ago|South Africa
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Iran escapes rebuke at IAEA despite no 'promise' on open questions

VIENNA - Western powers on Monday scrapped plans for a resolution criticising Iran at the U.N. atomic watchdog after Tehran agreed to prolong monitoring of some nuclear activities, even though the watchdog said Iran made no

1 month ago|Singapore
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Agreement with Iran 'gives time to diplomacy': IAEA

VIENNA: The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog hailed a deal struck with Iran on Sunday (Sep 12) over access to surveillance equipment at Iranian nuclear facilities, saying it allowed space for diplomatic talks. The agreement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) soothes a sore

1 month ago|Singapore
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