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  3. White House begins communications with Iran over American hostages  New York Post
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The International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran announced an deal to keep some verification activities going for the immediate future. Iran earlier had said it would suspend snap inspections.The International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran announced an deal to keep some verification activities going for the immediate future. Iran earlier had said it would suspend snap inspections.

Iran, U.N. Regulators Agree On Reduced — But Continued — Nuclear Verification : NPR

Iran agrees temporary measures to offset a decision to restrict access to international inspectors.Iran agrees temporary measures to offset a decision to restrict access to international inspectors.

President Biden’s “radical” foreign policy agenda is “turning upside down our Middle East policy” and giving Iran an “out” to become a nuclear state with a return to the Obama-era nuclear deal, U.S. Rep. Mike Turner said Sunday.President Biden’s “radical” foreign policy agenda is “turning upside down our Middle East policy” and giving Iran an “out” to become a nuclear state with a return to the Obama-era nuclear deal, U.S. Rep. Mike Turner said Sunday.

Biden's move to negotiate with Iran is no breakthrough, but it's worth the effort to avoid war.Biden's move to negotiate with Iran is no breakthrough, but it's worth the effort to avoid war.

Opinion | Biden’s announcement on Iran isn’t a diplomatic breakthrough, but it is a welcome step back from Trump’s stance - The Washington Post

In principle, the U.S. is again committed to inclusive international diplomacy. In practice, Trump so rattled the global order that the damage endures after he has gone.In principle, the U.S. is again committed to inclusive international diplomacy. In practice, Trump so rattled the global order that the damage endures after he has gone.

Will Biden’s Iran Diplomacy Become a Shakespearean Tragedy? | The New Yorker

Iran leader also warns it may enrich uranium to 60%, as it further steps away from nuclear deal; top US diplomat says DC willing to reenter pact if Tehran in ‘strict compliance’Iran leader also warns it may enrich uranium to 60%, as it further steps away from nuclear deal; top US diplomat says DC willing to reenter pact if Tehran in ‘strict compliance’

Khamenei: If we wanted nukes nobody, including 'Zionist clown,' could stop us | The Times of Israel

Iranian Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan, a former Revolutionary Guard commander and defence minister, is now serving as a military adviser to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. In an exc…Iranian Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan, a former Revolutionary Guard commander and defence minister, is now serving as a military adviser to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. In an exc…

Iranian military adviser urges US to return to 2015 nuclear deal - The Interview

Feb.21 -- The head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog says the so-called “additional protocol,” which allows short-notice inspections of Iran’s nuclear sites, is being suspended. However, Tehran is making a last-minute compromise that offers a potential resolution. Iran wants the U.S. to rejoin the nuclear deal and the lifting of Trump-era economic sanctions. Bloomberg’s Ros Krasny reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”Feb.21 -- The head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog says the so-called “additional protocol,” which allows short-notice inspections of Iran’s nuclear sites, is being suspended. However, Tehran is making a last-minute compromise that offers a potential resolution. Iran wants the U.S. to rejoin the nuclear deal and the lifting of Trump-era economic sanctions. Bloomberg’s Ros Krasny reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

Iran’s Compromise With IAEA Taps Breaks on Escalation

TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has criticized several Western leaders and the UN nuclear watchdog over their silence on Israeli nuclear activities.TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has criticized several Western leaders and the UN nuclear watchdog over their silence on Israeli nuclear activities.

Zarif raps Western hypocrisy over Israeli nuclear bomb factory - Tehran Times

The new limits appeared to be lighter than the country had threatened, giving Western nations three months to see if they can revive the 2015 nuclear agreement.The new limits appeared to be lighter than the country had threatened, giving Western nations three months to see if they can revive the 2015 nuclear agreement.

Parties to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action now have three months within which to navigate the impasse created by a law passed by the Iranian parliament late last year. In a joint statement yesterday, the International Atomic Energy Agency and the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran confirmed that Iran will stop the implementation of the voluntary measures as envisaged in the JCPoA from tomorrow, thus enabling the AEOI to comply with the law - Strategic Action to Cease Actions and Protect the Interests of the Iranian Nation.

IAEA secures 'temporary understanding' with Iran : Regulation & Safety - World Nuclear News

Tehran buys time by allowing continued oversight of its nuclear sites by UN’s watchdog.Tehran buys time by allowing continued oversight of its nuclear sites by UN’s watchdog.

Iran keeps hopes for nuclear deal alive – POLITICO

White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Sunday that the United States has started talks with Iran over the return of at least five American hostages whom Tehran is holding. In an interview on CBS News' "Face the Nation" show, Sullivan said that it was a "significant priority" of President Joe Biden's administration to get the Americans "safely back home" and that it was a “complete and utter outrage” that they were being held. "We have begun to communicate with the Iranians on this issue," Sullivan said. "We will not accept a long-term proposition where they continue to holdWhite House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Sunday that the United States has started talks with Iran over the return of at least five American hostages whom Tehran is holding. In an interview on CBS News' "Face the Nation" show, Sullivan said that it was a "significant priority" of President Joe Biden's administration to get the Americans "safely back home" and that it was a “complete and utter outrage” that they were being held. "We have begun to communicate with the Iranians on this issue," Sullivan said. "We will not accept a long-term proposition where they continue to hold

US Starts Talks with Iran Over Return of at Least 5 American Hostages | Voice of America - English

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called on Monday for salvaging the 2015 nuclear pact between Iran and world powers which he said was in Tehran's interest.German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called on Monday for salvaging the 2015 nuclear pact between Iran and world powers which he said was in Tehran's interest.

Germany urges Iran to comply with nuclear pact | Reuters

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How can the United States best address regional tensions involving Iran? A recent study helps answer this question.How can the United States best address regional tensions involving Iran? A recent study helps answer this question.

Stability in the Middle East Requires More Than a Deal With Iran | Foreign Affairs

Biden's security adviser calls Iran's detention of US citizens a 'complete outrage'. Meanwhile, IAEA says deal struck to continue 'necessary' atomic monitoring activities in IranBiden's security adviser calls Iran's detention of US citizens a 'complete outrage'. Meanwhile, IAEA says deal struck to continue 'necessary' atomic monitoring activities in Iran

White House says US in talks with Iran over detained Americans | Middle East Eye

In light of legislation that will block snap inspections of Islamic Republic's atomic facilities, UN nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi arrives in Tehran to meet with the Iranian nuclear ministerIn light of legislation that will block snap inspections of Islamic Republic's atomic facilities, UN nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi arrives in Tehran to meet with the Iranian nuclear minister

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Iran said Sunday it estimates unilateral sanctions by the United States has caused $1 trillion worth of damage to its economy, and it any new deal must include compensationIran said Sunday it estimates unilateral sanctions by the United States has caused $1 trillion worth of damage to its economy, and it any new deal must include compensation

Iran Claims U.S. Sanctions Cost $1 Trillion, Demands Compensation | OilPrice.com

"There is less access, let's face it," IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said of Iran's nuclear sites after returning from Tehran. "There is less access, let's face it," IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said of Iran's nuclear sites after returning from Tehran. 

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IAEA said on Sunday it had struck a deal with Iran with both sides agreeing to keep "necessary" monitoring for up to three months.

IAEA reaches temporary agreement with Iran on nuclear verification - CGTN

Monday’s motion signals the biggest rift in years between Iran’s moderate government and hardline parliament.Monday’s motion signals the biggest rift in years between Iran’s moderate government and hardline parliament.

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The agreement buys more time for more diplomacy between the U.S. and Iran.The agreement buys more time for more diplomacy between the U.S. and Iran.

UN nuclear watchdog reaches temporary agreement with Iran on inspections - Axios

US, Iran signal openness to negotiations despite setbacksUS, Iran signal openness to negotiations despite setbacks

Discovery of uranium traces unlikely to derail US-Iran talks, experts say - The Jerusalem Post

President Biden, who has made no secret of his desire to reenter the Iran nuclear deal, continues to send Tehran the wrong message.The Biden administration continues to send Tehran the wrong message.

Biden’s Iran Policy: Nuclear Deal Reentry & Weakness Will Not Bring Peace | National Review

Iranian website affiliated with Tehran's national security council says any contact with Washington on the matter has been conducted via the Swiss embassy, rather than through direct talks***

Washington in talks with Iran over detained Americans, Biden's national security adviser says - U.S. News - Haaretz.com

LONDON: A cross-party group of British MPs has written to the government urging it to have the “courage” to downgrade diplomatic relations with Tehran in response to the threat posed by Iran’s state terrorism. The letter, issued by the British Committee for Iran Freedom (BCFIF), said the case of Assadollah Assadi — an Iranian diplomat convicted of terrorism for trying to bombLONDON: A cross-party group of British MPs has written to the government urging it to have the “courage” to downgrade diplomatic relations with Tehran in response to the threat posed by Iran’s state

UK must stand up to Iran: MPs | Arab News

The IAEA and Iran have agreed to lower the temperature on the nuclear crisis, but only for three months, sparking backlash from hard-liners in parliament.The IAEA and Iran have agreed to lower the temperature on the nuclear crisis, but only for three months, sparking backlash from hard-liners in parliament.

Iran’s hard-liners decry new deal with IAEA - Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East

Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iran's uranium enrichment level would not be limited to 20 percent; it will be increased to whatever level the country needs.Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iran's uranium enrichment level would not be limited to 20 percent; it will be increased to whatever level the country needs.

Khamenei: Iran may enrich uranium to 60 percent purity if needed

Iran's Foreign Minister has condemned the Turkish army's presence in Syria and Iraq. 'We reject the Turkish military presence in Syria and Iraq, and we consider Ankara's policies towards Damascus ...

Iran rejects Turkey’s military presence in Syria and Iraq – Middle East Monitor

The UN-backed International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has reached a temporary deal with Iran so that monitoring of the country’s nuclear programme can continue, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi  announced at a press conference in Vienna on Sunday. |The UN-backed International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has reached a temporary deal with Iran so that monitoring of the country’s nuclear programme can continue, Director General Rafael Mariano

Nuclear energy agency reaches temporary inspection solution with Iran | | UN News

Joe Biden's administration is following in the footsteps of his predecessor, Donald Trump, in dealing with Tehran, Iran’ foreign minister said Sunday.“The United States is addicted to sanctions, but they should know that Iran will not yield to pressure,” Mohammad Javad Zarif said Sunday.

Iran warns Biden as it pushes ahead with plan to cut nuclear inspections

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Iran agrees to extend UN nuclear checks for 3 months | One America News Network

National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday said the Biden administration has begun discussions with Iran regarding the American hostages the Islamic Republic currently holds.National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday said the Biden administration has begun discussions with Iran regarding the American hostages the Islamic Republic currently holds.

National security adviser: US has begun communicating with Iran over hostages | TheHill

National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday said the Biden administration has begun discussions with Iran regarding the American hostages the Islamic Republic currently holds.National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday said the Biden administration has begun discussions with Iran regarding the American hostages the Islamic Republic currently holds.

National security adviser: US has begun communicating with Iran over hostages | TheHill

Iran's envoy to the UN nuclear watchdog agency says that the country will end its implementation of the Additional Protocol that allows for so-called snap inspections of nuclear-related sites in the evening of February 22. Iran's envoy to the UN nuclear watchdog agency says that the country will end its implementation of the Additional Protocol that allows for so-called snap inspections of nuclear-related sites in the evening of February 22.

Iran Says Cutoff Of Snap Inspections Imminent As U.S. Seeks To 'Lengthen, Strengthen' Nuclear Deal

Iran's government will scale back its cooperation with international nuclear energy authorities as it continues pressure the Biden administration to relax sanctions put in place by the Trump administration, the country's foreign minister saidIran's government will scale back its cooperation with international nuclear energy authorities as it continues pressure the Biden administration to relax sanctions put in place by the Trump

Iran to prohibit nuclear watchdog from accessing footage from cameras at nuclear sites | TheHill

Iran's government will scale back its cooperation with international nuclear energy authorities as it continues pressure the Biden administration to relax sanctions put in place by the Trump administration, the country's foreign minister saidIran's government will scale back its cooperation with international nuclear energy authorities as it continues pressure the Biden administration to relax sanctions put in place by the Trump

Iran to prohibit nuclear watchdog from accessing footage from cameras at nuclear sites | TheHill

China’s foreign ministry has called on Washington to resolve the Iran nuclear deal deadlock by returning to the 2015 pact, which put restrictions on Iranian ambitions, as Tehran’s deadline for action by President Biden passes.China’s foreign ministry has called on Washington to resolve the Iran nuclear deal deadlock by returning to the 2015 pact, which put restrictions on Iranian ambitions, as Tehran’s deadline for action by President Biden passes.

Beijing urges US to return to Iran nuclear deal after watchdog secures last-minute deal to temporarily extend site inspections — RT World News

Iran's Zarif says US must first lift sanctions before talks to revive 2015 nuclear dealIran's Zarif says US must first lift sanctions before talks to revive 2015 nuclear deal

US addicted to bullying, it wont work with Iran: Foreign Minister Javad Zarif