U.K. PM Warns Iran

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When fears of Iran’s nuclear capabilities — reported by the International Atomic Energy Authority — arose on March 1st, the following weeks say a series of will testing between Washington and Tehran, before a tact of direct diplomacy was adopted by six nations. An example of that surfaced yet again, Monday, when U.K Prime Minister Gordon Brown said he plans to issue a stern warning to the Iranian government: “Continue in this way and face further and tougher sanctions.” Continue reading ‘U.K. PM Warns Iran.’

Iran Retaliates To US Sanctions

In a response to U.S. President Barack Obama’s lengthening of sanctions upon Iran, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Friday called the renewal of punitive measures “a childish idea and a big mistake,”. At the launch of a natural gas project in the southern Gulf port of Assaluyeh, Ahmadinejad stressed the momentum of Iranian advancement and the nation’s growing independence, Iranian news agencies say. Continue reading ‘Iran Retaliates To US Sanctions.’

Obama: Sanctions For Iran

In spite of a recent decision by U.S. officials that Iran was incapable at this moment of producing a nuclear weapon, President Barack Obama confirmed Thursday that trade sanctions will be imposed upon Iran for another year. This will continue the annual renewal of sanctions in place since 1995, and forbids U.S. companies from trading or investing with Iran. Continue reading ‘Obama: Sanctions For Iran.’

U.S.: Iran Could Not Produce Nuclear Weapon

Fears that Iran’s stockpile of uranium was large enough to construct a nuclear bomb were unfounded, U.S. intelligence officials told Congress Tuesday. The intelligence officials in question also denounced a connection to recent missile testing in the country, saying that the nuclear energy and missile defense programs are believed to be on separate tracks. Continue reading ‘U.S.: Iran Could Not Produce Nuclear Weapon.’

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