Key US lawmakers, reduced to outside observers of the closed-door nuclear negotiations with Iran in Vienna, are demanding that any final agreement include decades of international inspections of Tehran`s atomic program.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has joined the talks on Iran`s nuclear deal in Geneva on Saturday.
Iran and world powers appeared to make modest progress in nuclear talks, with Tehran saying foreign ministers could fly in to Geneva in a fresh bid to clinch a deal.
The US has, nevertheless, said the war ought to be the last option with Tehran.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has said that, if elected, he would prevent Iran from going nuclear at any cost.
Netanyahu openly lamented that Iran`s nuclear program remains intact four years since the last election.
The Obama administration`s man in charge of squeezing Tehran over its nuclear program is unapologetic for the difficulties faced by banks in their dealings with Iran.
Israel views the threat posed by a nuclear-armed Iran with greater urgency than the rest of the world, Israel`s Defence Minister said.
US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron presented a unified front on Wednesday, seeking to ratchet up pressure on Iran and Syria.
Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has warned Iran that "all
options" are on the table if Tehran blocks the Straits of
Hormuz or if it goes nuclear.
Obama said the US has a "very good estimate" of when Iran could complete work on a nuclear weapon.
The United States won key support from Japan Thursday for tough oil sanctions against Iran over a nuclear program.
The White House welcomed a resolution on Iran`s nuclear program on Friday by the UN nuclear watchdog.
Steven Chu is accusing Iran of denial in refusing to open its nuclear program to increased outside overview.
EU leaders are set to adopt a new set of sanctions against Iran Thursday in a further effort to stall its disputed nuclear program.
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