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Ali Akbar Salehi

Iran's parliament has no authority over nuclear deal, Iran's top negotiator says

The comments from Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran's atomic energy agency, are the latest volley in a lengthy battle between Iranian officials supportive of the deal, and hardliners who are skeptical of it.

Kerry and Zarif in Vienna

Israel slams those slamming it for criticizing Iran deal

Steinitz characterized as “naive” those who believe that sanctions relief that will pour some $150 billion into the Iranian economy will not have an effect on the Middle East.

Muhammad Javad Zarif

The fine print: What you need to know about the Iran deal

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is supported by the US, Britain, France, Russia, China, Germany, and Iran, and will be endorsed by a resolution of the United Nations Security Council.

US AND IRANIAN negotiators pose yesterday in Geneva before a discussion of Iran’s nuclear program

Israeli officials: The world is allowing Iran to keep enrichment centrifuges

Emerging deal also places 10-year cap on agreement; Gov’t officials say this is why Netanyahu must address Congress.

People are silhouetted as they pose with laptops in front of a screen projected with the CIA emblem

'CIA sting against Iran's nuclear program could prompt IAEA reassessment'

The US spy agency sought to lead Iranian nuclear scientists astray by giving phony designs of atomic components to Tehran’s diplomatic representatives to the IAEA in Austria, according to Bloomberg.

Former US peace envoy Dennis Ross (L), seen here with late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in 2000

Ex-Obama aide takes president to task for 'not being tough enough' with Iran

Writing for the online Politico newsmagazine, Ross argues that American allies in the region are growing more apprehensive over what they see as growing Iranian influence in the region.

Philip Hammond

Germany, France, UK tell Congress to hold back on Iran legislation

In 'Washington Post' op-ed, group of world leaders say a new bill would give Iranian opponents of a comprehensive nuclear accord "new arguments" for subterfuge.

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