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Parties to Iran nuclear deal to meet on Sunday – EU

Parties negotiating a revival of the Iran nuclear deal will hold a formal meeting in Vienna on Sunday, the European Union said on Saturday. Source : REUTERZ

Iraq looks to revive its nuclear programme

Iraq is working on a plan to build nuclear reactors in face of widespread blackouts that have sparked social unrest, Bloomberg reported on 8 June. Despite being OPEC’s second biggest oil producer, Iraq is suffering from power shortages and…

Qatari Envoy Urges IAEA to Monitor Israeli Nuclear Activities, Inspect Their Reactors

Qatar argues the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) should closely monitor Israel's nuclear activities and oversee its nuclear reactors, highlighting the necessity for Israeli nuclear reactors to be opened to inspectors as soon as possible.…
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Will Iraq’s $40 Billion Bet On Nuclear Power Solve Its Energy Crisis?

Iraq is in the process of developing a US$40-billion plan to build nuclear reactors as OPEC’s second-largest producer looks to end continual power outages amid a shortage of electricity supply, Kamal Hussain Latif, chairman of the Iraqi Radioactive…
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Iran nuclear chief sends letter to IAEA Grossi

An Iranian diplomat says the country’s top nuclear official has sent a letter to IAEA head Grossi. In a statement on Monday evening that came after IAEA’s report on Iran’s nuclear activities, Iran’s permanent representative to Vienna-based…
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Iran agrees to extend IAEA nuclear monitoring deal for one month

Iran has agreed to extend by one month an agreement allowing the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to keep surveillance cameras at nuclear sites.IAEA chief Rafael Grossi told reporters that the deal would now end on 24 June.Iran reduced…
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Democrats Urge President Biden to Lift Iran Sanctions and Return to 2015 Nuclear Deal

Dozens of Democratic officials wrote to President Biden asking him to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran, from which former President Trump withdrew in 2018. The officials demanded the lifting of Trump-era sanctions, writing, “The…
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Iran says it will extend its (nuke) deal with the IAEA if needed

The Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi spoke to Japanese media, NHK, Friday, saying Iran may consider extending its cooperation (referring to inspections of its nuclear sites) with the International Atomic Energy Agency. Iran hopes…
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White house says Iran sanctions could only be lifted if nuclear deal conditions met

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki holds the daily press briefing at the White House in Washington, saying that Sanctions on Iran could only be lifted if the country comes back into compliance with the 2015 nuclear agreement. There has been…
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Our warplanes can reach Iran, Israeli minister warns amid nuclear talks

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli cabinet minister sharpened his country’s warnings against what it would deem a bad new nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, saying war with Tehran would be sure to follow. As President Joe Biden…