Geneva accord first step at trust building: Iran President

Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said Sunday that the Geneva agreement is the first step towards building confidence between Iran and the world powers.

Cameron makes first UK call to Iranian prez in over a decade

Prime Minister David Cameron telephoned President Hassan Rowhani on Tuesday, becoming the first British premier to call an Iranian leader in over a decade, Downing Street said.

Hassan Rowhani warns against excessive demands at N-talks

Iranian President Hassan Rowhani has warned against the "excessive demands" by some powers at nuclear talks, saying that it will be detrimental to the negotiations.

Round three in bruising Iran nuclear talks

Iran and world powers will be under intense pressure at their third meeting in five weeks to secure a landmark breakthrough in their decade-old nuclear standoff.

Iranian nuclear diplomacy gathers pace with busy week ahead

Diplomatic efforts to resolve the Iran nuclear standoff gather pace next week with a series of meetings in Vienna ahead of crunch six-party talks in Geneva on November 7-8.

Iran nuclear talks were `quite promising`: Russia

International talks this week on Iran`s nuclear program were "quite promising" and Tehran`s new proposals could produce progress toward ending the standoff between global powers and the Islamic state, Russia said.

Don`t expect overnight breakthrough in talks with Iran: US

The US cautioned against expecting an overnight breakthrough from international talks in Geneva on Iran`s nuclear programme.

Iran, world powers hold ‘most detailed’ nuclear talks

Iran on Wednesday concluded two days’ of talks on its controversial nuclear programme with six world powers, and indicated its willingness to take backward steps that could help resolve the dispute.

Iran wins `good reaction` to nuclear proposal

Iran said its hotly awaited proposal to break the deadlock with world powers over its nuclear programme earned a good reception on Tuesday, in talks seen as a test of a thaw under new President Hassan Rowhani.

Easing sanction against Iran historic mistake: Netanyahu

Any move to ease sanctions against Iran would be a "historic mistake", Israel`s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday warned as Tehran resumed talks with six world powers over its controversial nuclear programme.

Iran sets out nuclear offer in talks with world powers

Iran on Tuesday laid out a hotly-awaited proposal to break the deadlock in talks with world powers over its nuclear programme, diplomats said, in a test of a thaw under new President Hassan Rowhani.

Israel against easing sanctions on Iran

Israel has called upon world powers not to ease economic sanctions imposed on Tehran maintaining that only such penalties can ensure a genuine diplomatic solution with Iran.

New Iran government scraps anti-Israeli conference

The administration of Iran`s new President Hassan Rowhani has cancelled an anti-Israeli conference as part of his outreach to the West and efforts to map out a new diplomatic path for Iran.

`Bad deal worse than no deal` with Iran: Israel PM

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cautioned that Iran was far more dangerous than nuclear-armed North Korea and bent on spreading terror in the world.

Iran reviews house arrest on opposition leaders

An Iranian news agency says authorities are studying a proposal to free two opposition leaders who have been under house arrest since early 2011.

Iran has accurate N-deal proposal: Rowhani

Iran has prepared an "accurate proposal" for the upcoming nuclear talks with the world powers in Geneva, Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said here Wednesday.

West may drop demand for Iran to halt all nuclear work: EU minister

Western governments are considering allowing Iran to continue some uranium enrichment, as part of a possible deal to resolve a decade-old dispute that Tehran says it wants to reach within six months, a senior EU diplomat said.

Iran`s Hassan Rowhani is a wolf in sheep`s clothing: Israeli PM Netanyahu

Israel`s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday the only way to peacefully stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons is to combine tough sanctions with a credible military threat and that Israel was ready to stand alone in defending itself.

Iran warns Obama `flip-flop` threatens trust building

Iran`s foreign minister warned Barack Obama on Tuesday that "flip-flop" threatened efforts to build trust, after the US president told the Israeli premier the military option remained on the table.

More needed than Obama call for full ties: Iran

Iran sought on Sunday to calm hard-line worries over groundbreaking exchanges with Washington, saying a single phone conversation between the American and Iran presidents is not a sign that relations with will be quickly restored.