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Feb. 23—VIENNA — The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is voicing increasing frustration that Iran is failing to provide answers about uranium particles that could shed light on the scope of past nuclear activities. In its latest quarterly report on Iran, the Vienna-based nuclear agency said it had found additional uranium particles at two locations last year, but that Iran has yet to ...

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President Joe Biden says he’s ready to resuscitate the Iran deal former President Barack Obama disastrously gave us if Iran quits its advanced uranium enrichment, the kind that could ultimately deliver nuclear bombs. Bullying Iran says in reply that it will do no such thing unless Biden first ends the sanctions former President Donald Trump inflicted through getting out of the deal. Biden has ...

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Feb. 21—VIENNA/WASHINGTON — Vienna — Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reached a temporary agreement on continued nuclear inspections on Sunday, but access will be reduced, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said after returning from Tehran to Vienna. Tehran had announced this week that it would curb access for IAEA inspectors starting next Tuesday, in a bid to pressure the United ...

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Feb. 21—The next step that Iran will take on February 23 in connection with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action does not mean abandoning the nuclear deal, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran Seyyed Abbas Araghchi told IRIB, Trend reports. According to Araghchi, so far, Iran has taken reciprocal steps in response to European countries and the US under the nuclear deal. Iran has always stated ...

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Feb. 21—JEDDAH — The head of the UN nuclear watchdog arrived in Tehran for crisis talks on Saturday as the clock ticked down on an Iranian ultimatum for a US return to the deal aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear program. Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said he would "meet with senior Iranian officials to find a mutually agreeable solution, compatible ...

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BEIRUT — As the Biden administration takes steps toward a renewed detente with Tehran, some of Washington’s Arab allies in the Middle East — who opposed the landmark multinational 2015 nuclear deal with Iran — look with mounting unease at the U.S. return to Obama-era policies following the about-face of the Trump years. The United States is “going on overdrive to make the Iranians come to the ...