White House denies 10-year agreement with Iran
The Wall Street Journal reported that the United States and Iran were exploring the option of a 10-year nuclear freeze as part of talks over Tehran's nuclear program.
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
Netanyahu: 'Astonishing' that talks continue with Iran despite it hiding info from IAEA
Israel's foremost challenge, Netanyahu says, is Iran's attempts to strengthen its foothold on Israel's borders, even as it tries to arm itself with nuclear weapons.
By HERB KEINON
Diplomacy in high gear with Iran after new IAEA report raises concern
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
PM says Iran is facing off against Israel on 6 fronts
Liberman calls on Jews to leave Europe soon.
By HERB KEINON
FBI warns of possible Iranian cyber attack on US defense and energy institutions
Cylance Chief Executive Stuart McClure said the FBI warning suggested that the Iranian hacking campaign may have been larger than its own research revealed.
Iran acquiring banned nuclear technology, breaching sanctions
A UN member state, which several diplomats identified as the United States, said that it "had observed no recent downturn in procurement by Iran."
Hillary Clinton: 'No deal better than bad deal' with Iran
The former US secretary of state referred to Israel and the US as "two raucous democracies" who "sometimes get carried away."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Iran confirms airstrike on ISIS without US coordination
“We will not allow conditions in Iraq to descend to the level of Syria," says Iraq's deputy foreign minister.
Argentina seeks to revive deal with Iran to solve 1994 Jewish center attack
An Argentine federal court last year struck down the controversial deal, which would have allowed the interrogation of Iranian suspects.
61% of Israelis believe Obama will sign 'bad' nuclear deal with Iran
Peace Index poll taken by the Israel Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University shows Israelis have varying degrees of trust in Obama.
By GIL HOFFMAN