Iran nuclear talks set to drag into weekend -- and beyond

Agonising talks towards a grand bargain nuclear deal between Iran and major powers looked set today to drag into the weekend and beyond, with stubborn differences still separating the two sides in Vienna.

I will walk away from bad nuclear deal with Iran: Barack Obama

US President Barack Obama Tuesday warned that he will "walk away" from a bad nuclear deal with Iran, emphasising that the goal of the agreement is to ensure that Tehran does not get a nuclear weapon and that the pact has a strong verifiable mechanism.

US raises eyebrows as China tests supersonic nuclear delivery vehicle
US raises eyebrows as China tests supersonic nuclear delivery vehicle

Chinese defence ministry has confirmed the test of a supersonic nuclear delivery vehicle, a move described by the US as an "extreme manoeuvre" amid tension in the South China Sea.

Pakistan rules out sharing nukes with Saudis, anyone else

Washington: Pakistan ruled out sharing its nuclear weapons with Saudi Arabia, insisting Thursday that the atomic arsenal would continue serving solely for Pakistan's national defense even as world powers and Iran near a possible nuclear agreement.

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ISIS to buy first nuclear weapon from Pak?

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant's (ISIS), in its propaganda magazine Dabiq, has claimed that it is 'infinitely' more possible to buy a nuclear bomb from Pakistan and transport it to the United States.

ISIS close to buying nuclear weapon from Pakistan?
ISIS close to buying nuclear weapon from Pakistan?

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant's (ISIS), in its propaganda magazine Dabiq, has claimed that it is 'infinitely' more possible to buy a nuclear bomb from Pakistan and transport it to the United States.

Barack Obama urges patience on Iran deal

President Barack Obama pressed opponents Saturday of a deal on Iran`s contested nuclear program to be patient and not "screw up" the potential for a historic agreement.

Barack Obama presses case for Iran nuclear deal in weekly address

 US President Barack Obama assured Americans on Saturday that a newly-negotiated framework for a nuclear pact with Iran was a "good deal" as he sought public support for a diplomatic breakthrough that many in Congress oppose.

Iran voices mistrust as Kerry meets with European counterparts

Iran`s top leader voiced mistrust on Saturday of US efforts to reach a nuclear deal, even as Washington spoke of "genuine progress" towards an outline accord.

Russia prepared raising nuclear readiness over Crimea: Putin

Russia was ready to bring its nuclear weapons into a state of alert during last year's tensions over the Crimean Peninsula and the overthrow of Ukraine's president, President Vladimir Putin said in remarks aired on Sunday.

Some people consider peace ''an existential threat'': Iran

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his supporters are trying to create "an atmosphere of hysteria" and "fear-mongering," the Iranian foreign minister has said.

Obama committed to denying Iran nuclear weapon: US

US President Barack Obama is firmly committed to denying Iran a nuclear weapon, Washington`s ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power said Monday.

North Korea hints at nuclear test moratorium

North Korea has told the United States that it's willing to impose a temporary moratorium on its nuclear tests if Washington scraps planned military drills with South Korea this year, the North's official news agency said today.

DNA: SC slams BCCI; Srinivasan's comeback in trouble

Supreme Court asked BCCI how members who are financially viable have gone on to become team owners in IPL and how is that not a conflict of interest?

DNA: Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme a self destructive plan?

Pakistan has the fastest growing nuclear weapons programme in the world and by 2020 it could have enough fissile material to produce more than 200 nuclear devices, a top American think tank has said.

US, Iran end latest nuclear talks with deal in balance

A hard-fought nuclear deal hung in the balance as Iran and the United States ended talks Monday in Oman, with signs the haggling will continue until a November 24 deadline.

US aims to keep Iran atomic talks separate from Islamic State conflict

U.S. officials hope to prevent two diplomatic challenges with Iran from colliding next week: the Iranian nuclear program and the threat posed by the Islamic State militant group.

John Kerry seeks to work magic at Iran nuclear talks

US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Vienna Sunday to face off with Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif, seven days before a deadline to strike a historic but elusive-looking deal on Tehran`s suspect nuclear programme.

United States releases $450 mn in frozen Iran funds

The United States has authorized the release of a $450 million installment in Iranian assets that were frozen as punishment for Tehran`s disputed nuclear program, the State Department said Thursday.