• The Latest: Mattis plans to confer with allies on Iran

    7 days ago - By Boston Herald

    WASHINGTON - The Latest on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal : 6:10 p.m. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says his first priority on Iran, now that President Donald Trump has announced his new approach, is to confer with allies.
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  • The Latest: UN monitor says Iran is complying with nuke deal

    7 days ago - By Boston Herald

    WASHINGTON - The Latest on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal : 5:30 p.m. The chief of the U.N. agency monitoring the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers says Iran is honoring its commitments. The statement from Yukiya Amano of the International Atomic Energy Agency was issued Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he could not certify Iran's compliance because the country has committed "multiple violations" of the deal.
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  • The Latest: Russian lawmaker says Trump move risks conflict

    7 days ago - By Boston Herald

    WASHINGTON - The Latest on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal : 3:20 p.m. A senior Russian lawmaker says President Donald Trump's decision not to recertify the Iran nuclear agreement raises the danger of conflict. Frants Klintsevich is deputy chairman of the defense committee in the upper house of parliament. He tells the Interfax news agency, "The creation of an unstable situation can lead to Iran reacting. With its resources and capabilities, Iran is a very serious country."
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  • Iran's president: Nuclear deal ‘stronger' than Trump thinks

    7 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    TEHRAN, Iran - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Friday his country “will continue to stick to” the nuclear deal, calling it “much stronger” than U.S. President Donald Trump thinks. Rouhani spoke on state television after Trump angrily accused Iran of violating the spirit of the 2015 accord and demanded Congress toughen the law governing...
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  • The Latest: Iran says it will stick to nuclear deal

    7 days ago - By Boston Herald

    WASHINGTON - The Latest on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal : 2:58 p.m. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says his country "will continue to stick to" the nuclear deal, despite U.S. President Donald Trump's accusation that Tehran has violated the spirit of the 2015 nuclear deal. Rouhani made the comments in a speech late Friday night aired on state television in Iran. Rouhani says the nuclear deal is "much more strong" than what Trump believes. He also talked about moments of historic tension between America and Iran.
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