• Biden says US ready to re-engage with parties to Iran nuclear deal

    Feb 21, 2021 09:36

    US President Joe Biden says America stands ready to “re-engage” with the group of countries that are party to a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, less than three years after his predecessor, Donald Trump, pulled Washington out of the multilateral deal.

  • A four-year timeline of Trump’s impact on science

    Oct 15, 2020 14:43

    From travel bans to human spaceflight to the coronavirus pandemic, US President Donald Trump’s policies and actions have changed science. Since he took office in January 2017, Trump has not made science a priority; he has proposed massive cuts to many science agencies and took 19 months to nominate a science adviser. But his policies and actions have had strong impacts – many of them harmful – on researchers and issues related to science.

  • Iran calls US attempt to ‘snapback’ sanctions ‘null and void’, urges UN to block it

    Sep 20, 2020 09:40

    Iran says the US’ claim about the return of the UN Security Council’s sanctions against Tehran as per the so-called “snapback” mechanism is “null and void”, calling on the UN and its Security Council to block any attempt to reinstate the bans.

  • Pompeo’s ‘ticking clock’ on Iran is broken

    Sep 02, 2020 18:11

    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s “ticking clock” on Iran is broken. His “maximum pressure” campaign failed. Undeterred, he vowed that the Trump regime will go it alone by imposing snapback sanctions on the country unilaterally — defying the world community, the rule of law be damned with him at State and Trump in the White House, the same thing true if Biden wins in November.

  • Trump can’t have his cake and eat it too on Iran sanctions

    Aug 31, 2020 16:30

    Iran’s permanent ambassador to the United Nations says if the United States tries to use the Iran nuclear deal’s snapback mechanism to restore sanctions against the country, it will be humiliated again as the international community has already rejected Washington’s bid.

  • Why Zionist stooges like Pompeo spewing insane nonsense against Iran?

    Aug 20, 2020 10:20

    So hawkish US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been leading the charge in the Donald Trump administration to try to trigger the snapback provisions in the Iran nuclear deal. And this has led to a chorus of derision and mockery from all over the world, not just from sources one would expect, like Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif from Iran, but from elsewhere as well even including from John Bolton, who was former extremely hawkish anti-Iran colleague.

  • Using the Security Council to destroy the Security Council

    Aug 16, 2020 15:30

    As the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) prepares for a vote on a resolution proposed by the US to extend an arms ban on Iran, experts and diplomats at the UN say there is “zero chance” for the draft to pass despite Washington’s attempts to rally support for the push.

  • US sanctions aimed to hurt Iranian people

    Aug 09, 2020 10:44

    Since Iran's 1979 Revolution that ended a generation of US-installed fascist tyranny, the US has thrown everything at Iran conceivable short of all-out war. It threw a proxy war against Iran in the 1980s with Iraq. This went on for the better part of the decade - about 8 years. Over the years, over about 41 years, the US has sanctioned Iran many, many times. All US sanctions are illegal.

  • The collapse of Iran nuclear deal would be a failure of EU values

    Jul 19, 2020 10:36

    Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi says the three European signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran have not abided by their commitments and this is why Iran has requested activation of the deal’s dispute resolution mechanism in a letter to the European Union’s foreign policy chief.

  • Israel leverages dubious ‘Nuclear Archives’ to reenlist IAEA in campaign against Iran

    Jun 27, 2020 07:53

    The majority of lawmakers at the Iranian parliament have denounced an anti-Iran resolution recently passed by the International Atomic Energy Agency's Board of Governors, saying the document is another indication of "structural discrimination" within the UN atomic watchdog.