Iranian Nuclear Game Timeline
Sep 19 2016
Some meetings are more important than others.
Sep 01 2016
The United States and its negotiating partners secretly agreed to exempt Tehran from some restrictions included in the 2015 deal on Iran's nuclear program, according to a Sept. 1 report by the U.S.-based Institute for Science and International Security, Reuters reported.
Aug 29 2016
Iran has deployed the Russian-supplied S-300 surface-to-air missile defense system around its Fordow underground uranium enrichment facility, Iranian state media said Aug. 29, Reuters reported
Aug 26 2016
North Korea's military has raised its alert posture to its highest level in response to an annual joint military drill between South Korea and the United States, an unnamed South Korean official said Aug. 26, Yonhap reported.
Aug 25 2016
Tehran confirmed on Aug. 25 earlier reports that four Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps vessels approached and gave a warning to a U.S. Navy ship transiting in waters near the Strait of Hormuz on Aug. 24, ISNA reported.
Aug 14 2016
Iran and Russia will construct two nuclear power plants in Iran, a spokesman of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee said, Sputnik reported Aug. 14.
Jul 29 2016
Construction on a facility near Tehran coincides with the delivery of new Russian-made systems.
Jul 18 2016
A secret document connected to last year's Iran nuclear deal and made public on July 18 revealed that restrictions on Iran's nuclear program will begin to ease four years before the official agreement expires, AP reported.
Jul 12 2016
Talks will take place July 12 in London involving Iran's central bank, U.S. Treasury officials and representatives from international banks, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said, Reuters reported.
Jun 15 2016
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif in Norway on June 15 on the sidelines of the 2016 Oslo Forum, Tasnim News Agency reported.
May 31 2016
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, said unnamed European countries are prepared to buy 20 tons of heavy water from Iran, the Tasnim News Agency and Sputnik reported May 31.