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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet on Sunday for yet another round of intensive talks.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Jerusalem only district with increased construction, showing a 12.7% rise over the previous year.
By NIV ELIS
Governments are straining to save their financial systems and shore up their banks, and they are managing to do so – at least in the short term and at great cost.
By PINCHAS LANDAU
The International Monetary Fund predicts 3.8% growth for Israel in 2013 and 3.3% in 2014.
By RON DAGONI
Peres and Amano spent a considerable amount of time discussing the IAEA’s role as a leading professional organization in blocking Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
IAEA rejects 51-43 Arab states' proposal singling out Israel to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Iran says Israel's nuclear activities "threaten regional peace and security"; US officials: Nuclear arms-free Middle East will not be a reality until there is Arab-Israeli peace and Iran curbs its program.
Israeli officials: Arab-Israeli peace, Iranian nuclear cooperation must precede realizing vision of nuclear-free Middle East.
Delegation commends Israel's high level of nuclear safety, but not allowed to visit site where nuclear weapons allegedly held.
By YOSSI MELMAN
18 states call for Israel to be addressed at annual IAEA gathering; Israeli envoy to IAEA calls move "counterproductive."
Will Iran's president-elect prove to be a partner in advancing nuclear negotiations?; expert worries more moderate presentation will deter West from "effective response" to Teheran's foreign policies.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Will Iran’s tenacious defiance finally triumph over the pusillanimity of the US administration?
By NEVILLE TELLER
An agreed deal between Iran and the UN, especially one in which Iran willingly subjects itself to unfettered spot checks by IAEA inspectors, may well put Israel on the back foot and hasten that day of decision.
US, Israeli officials discuss deadline for Iran to change course.
By MICHAEL WILNER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Internal medicine wards are usually populated by the elderly, as they suffer from more complex chronic conditions.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Israel continues to ready itself for the stark reality at the end of the Iran nuclear talks.
The International Atomic Energy Agency is investigating allegations of explosives tests and other activity by Iran.
Iran's Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says deal could help build confidence between Iran and other countries fighting ISIS.
Head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission rejects Iran's "diplomatic vocabulary" at the conference.
Labor leader and Shadow Foreign Secretary Douglas Alexander stated amid loud applause that he regarded statehood for the Palestinians not as a gift to be given, “but as a right to be recognized.”
By JERRY LEWIS
After Obama offers up 300 Americans to help coordinate the fight against ISIS, the Iranian supreme leader says intervention in Iraq is unnecessary.
Twelve years after the devastating attacks that brought down the Twin Towers, all eyes seem to be on the mayoral race.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
Analysis: A future failure with one country could embolden the other “rogue” nation to abandon talks yet again.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Director General: Agency is analyzing information provided by Iran, will provide assessment after "acquiring a good understanding of the whole picture."
Iran will not be ready to address concerns about nuclear activities until the UN has access to a location at the Parchin base southeast of Tehran.
The IAEA report made clear that Iran so far is undertaking the agreed steps to curb its nuclear program.
Negotiations resume in Vienna as UN report identifies Iranian efforts to circumvent sanctions regime.
Israeli official says comments "should serve as a wake-up call to anyone who has any doubt about the duplicity of the Iranian regime.
By HERB KEINON
IAEA says Tehran is reducing its most proliferation-prone nuclear stockpile as required by interim deal with world powers.
Report - to have been prepared last year - would almost certainly have angered Iran and complicated efforts to reach nuclear deal.
During weekend talks, IAEA inspectors hope to start addressing long-held suspicions that Iran has worked on developing atom bomb.
Obama made a plea for time to explore diplomacy in his annual State of the Union address on Tuesday night.
By Michael Wilner
Delay in construction of plant, which is supposed to convert enriched uranium to harmless powder, preventing implementation of nuke deal.
IAEA is likely to need more inspectors in Iran and is also examining whether to set up a small, temporary office there.
As technical talks with Tehran are set to resume in Geneva, Iranian foreign minister says nuclear program will continue; no sanctions will be eased until a nuclear agreement is implemented, says Western diplomat.
By MICHAEL WILNER IN WASHINGTON, JPOST.COM STAFF
Experts from both sides meet for the first time in Vienna to start working on the recently signed deal; On the agenda: Date for stopping the sensitive nuclear activity and sanctions relief.
Iranian deputy FM warns deal not legally binding and Iran has right to undo it if world powers fail to hold up their end of the bargain.
In anticipation of sanctions relief, Russian oil giant expresses interest in resuming ties, India pushes Iranian port project.
IAEA director-general Amano says agency might need more funding for verification work.
Access granted to IAEA will give immediate indication of seriousness with which Tehran takes the deal, says proliferation expert.
By HENRY ROME
Following halt in uranium enrichment from late August to early November, Tehran resumed conversion at faster pace.
Yukiya Amano says UN nuclear watchdog will issue latest quarterly report on Tehran's nuclear ambitions in coming days.
Islamic Republic to open up Arak heavy water site and Gachin uranium mine to IAEA inspectors; move comes as UN nuclear chief visits Tehran.
IAEA seeks breakthrough that will facilitate long-stalled investigation into suspected nuclear arms research.
UN watchdog says has no information to substantiate Iranian lawmaker's claim that Tehran stopped sensitive atomic activity.
IAEA, Iran hold "constructive" talks in New York, to meet again for "substantial" talks in Vienna on October 28.
Iran calls IAEA allegations "unfair, illegal" in 20-page document.
White House says US president told Iranian counterpart window for diplomacy will not remain open indefinitely.
"Illusion of transparency is contrasted by facts on the ground."
Iran, IAEA to meet in first time since Rouhani's election.
Reza Najafi, who has worked on disarmament issues within Iran's foreign ministry, chosen as new envoy.
Reports that Soltanieh leaving post come week after Rouhani appointed pragmatist to head Iran's atomic energy organization.
Salehi: Ahmadinejad "personally responsible for nuclear issue."
Tehran denies claims of secretly building new underground facility; Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman says it "is in no way true."
Dissident National Council of Resistance of Iran says it obtained information about a secret underground nuclear site.
Meeting would mark first of its kind since election of Rouhani and would come just prior to quarterly IAEA report on Iran.
Iran president-elect once spoke approvingly of concealing nuclear program; says he intends to pursue "more active" negotiations.
UN nuclear agency chief believes sanctions having no impact on Iran, says no new talks set after 10 rounds of talks since last year.
World powers "deeply concerned" about Tehran's nuclear activities, await outcome of Iranian presidential elections.
Powers to submit statement at upcoming IAEA meeting urging Iran to engage with nuclear agency.
It is Herzi Halevy's first US trip since being appointed in September.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
The US and Israel sharply criticized Argentina at the time.
By Mati WAGNER
Arab states had submitted the non-binding text which called on Israel to join a global anti-nuclear weapons pact
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,REUTERS
With the ball firmly in Tehran’s court, after the extension of nuclear talks, the question is whether Iran’s supreme leader will give his negotiators the flexibility needed to conclude a deal.
By YOSSI MELMAN,ILAN EVYATAR
President Hassan Rouhani has never lost sight of the goal of pushing
forward Iran’s option for military nuclear capability.
By EMILY B. LANDAU
Iran's deputy FM reiterates that Tehran will not permit inspectors access to the country's nuclear scientists, according to local media report.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
IAEA chief Amano says emerging deal would help UN atomic watchdog to better monitor Iran's nuclear program.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
IAEA chief Amano says Iran yet to clarify issues relating to explosives tests and other measures that might have been used for bomb research.
Confidential IAEA reports says Tehran continues to withhold full cooperation in 2 areas of investigation that it was supposed to have given by August last year.
Obama promises more aid, loan guarantees to Jordan.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,REUTERS
The New York Times quotes Yukiya Amano, chief of the UN nuclear watchdog the IAEA, as saying that Iranian cooperation has not been forthcoming.
By MICHAEL WILNER,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Iranian news report interviews cheif of Iranian Atomic Energy Organization who says Iran has complied with the intrusive IAEA inspections.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Bilateral US-Iran talks to resume Thursday in Geneva; Steinitz says options under discussion qualify as ‘bad deal.’
By MICHAEL WILNER,LAHAV HARKOV
IAEA report: Iran diluted 75 percent of its stockpile of 20 percent enriched uranium; State Department says Tehran meeting commitments.
By MICHAEL WILNER,REUTERS
Details on dilution will be confirmed this week in IAEA report; enriching uranium to this point constitutes the hardest part of the process toward the production of nuclear bombs.
Saudi Interior Ministry also lists Nusra Front and the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, whose fighters are battling Syrian President Assad.
Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz says IAEA should not withhold information for diplomatic reasons.
Report notes Tehran is converting some of uranium reserve into oxide for producing reactor fuel, less suitable for bombs.
By Michael Wilner/REUTERS
Moscow, Tehran say moves against companies who evaded sanctions violates spirit of interim nuclear accord.
Expert-level talks over Iran deal hit snag in Vienna after new measures; Russia echoes Iranian criticism.
Netanyahu is "not impressed" with the report, says Iran already has all it needs to produce a nuclear bomb.
Yukiya Amano says Iran still has "a lot to do" to complete possible plutonium-producing Arak reactor.
FM Zarif says framework deal possible, but no disaster if there was further delay; Fabius: Nuclear talks can't last forever.
By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
Arab resolution "doesn't advance shared goal of progress toward a WMD-free zone in the Middle East," US envoy to IAEA says.
IAEA's Amano committed to working constructively with Rouhani's gov't to "resolve outstanding issues by diplomatic means."
Moscow calls on UN nuclear watchdog to assess risk of hit to Syrian research reactor that contains radioactive uranium.
Since 2007, sporadic negotiations have been conducted by Saeed Jalili.
The bill increases the minimum amount of time in prison before someone serving a life sentence can turn to the parole board from seven years to 15.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The renovation was made possible after Ikea and Akim began fund-raising campaign this past summer.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
The agreement came as a surprise to many Beit Shemesh residents, coming as it did on the second day of a poll whose loser was slated.
By SAM SOKOL
We may never know what exactly happened Sunday night at Parchin, but we certainly know that it will take hundreds more mysterious explosions to prevent Iran from getting the bomb.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Elul, the month of forgiveness and reconciliation, is just around the corner, and I have a confession to make.
By BARRY SCHLESINGER
The forces that pretended to promote peace were too weak and undecided, and surrendered with unsuppressed satisfaction – both Mr. Netanyahu and Mr. Abbas.
By URI SAVIR
Jewish community councils across the country need to get much more involved in an issue with the potential to harm all minorities.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
If the Israeli government concludes that negotiations with the Palestinians are doomed to fail, it should abandon bilateral negotiations.
By JONATHAN ROSEN
Iran has yet to make its first big concession to prove to the world that it is trustworthy. Failure to do this could doom the whole negotiation process.
By EPHRAIM ASCULAI
Group should stop persecuting imaginary or totally insignificant enemies, and revert to its originally stated goals.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Across the world, the contentious debate over the future of nuclear power continues apace.
By BEHNAM TAEBI
Mac TA defeats Petah Tikva for 12th victory in 13 matches to increase margin over Beersheba to nine points.
By ALLON SINAI