IAEA Warns Of ‘Fatal Blow’ Tp Nuclear Deal As Iran Removes Its Camera

PARIS, France – Iran on Thursday dealt a near – fatal blow to chances of reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal as it began removing essentially all the International Atomic Energy Agency monitoring equipment installed under the deal, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said. Iran has warned of retaliation if IAE’s 35 – nation Board of … More IAEA Warns Of ‘Fatal Blow’ Tp Nuclear Deal As Iran Removes Its Camera

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Biden, Saudi King Discuss Energy Supplies, Iran And Yemen

PARIS, France – U.S. President Joe Biden and King Salman of Saudi Arabia discussed energy supplies in the face of soaring fuel prices and developments in the Middle East, including Iran and Yemen, in a telephone call on Wednesday. ‘The two leaders committed to ensuring the stability of global energy supplies’, the White House said … More Biden, Saudi King Discuss Energy Supplies, Iran And Yemen

Gulf Arab Summit Says Attack On One State Is ‘An Attack On Them All’

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia’s crown prince told a Gulf Arab Summit on Tuesday the nuclear and missile programmes of longstanding adversary Iran should be handled ‘seriously and effectively’ amid global efforts to revive a nuclear pact with Tehran. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, speaking before a closed session of the Gulf Cooperation … More Gulf Arab Summit Says Attack On One State Is ‘An Attack On Them All’

Iran Must Return To Nuclear Talks To Avoid Escalation, French Official Says

Paris/France – Iran must return to talks with world powers over its 2015 nuclear deal to avoid a diplomatic escalation that could jeopardize the negotiations, a French presidency official said on Tuesday. The official also said Iran could not set new conditions before returning to the talks in Vienna as the terms on the table … More Iran Must Return To Nuclear Talks To Avoid Escalation, French Official Says