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Fredrik Dahl

IAEA to get more money for Iran nuclear deal monitoring

Dec 11 2014

VIENNA Several states pledged on Thursday to back a U.N. nuclear agency request for 4.6 million euros ($5.7 million) as soon as possible to pay for its monitoring of an extended, interim nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

IAEA to get more money for Iran nuclear deal monitoring

Dec 11 2014

VIENNA Several states pledged on Thursday to back a U.N. nuclear agency request for 4.6 million euros ($5.7 million) as soon as possible to pay for its monitoring of an extended, interim nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

IAEA to get more money for Iran nuclear deal monitoring

Dec 11 2014

VIENNA Several states pledged on Thursday to back a U.N. nuclear agency request for 4.6 million euros (£3.62 million) as soon as possible to pay for its monitoring of an extended, interim nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

U.S. says reduced defence role for atom bombs, Britain against ban now

Dec 09 2014

VIENNA The United States said on Tuesday it is relying less on nuclear weapons as part of its defence planning, but Britain argued against banning such arms now.

U.S. says reduced defence role for atom bombs, Britain against ban now

Dec 09 2014

VIENNA The United States said on Tuesday it is relying less on nuclear weapons as part of its defence planning, but Britain argued against banning such arms now.

U.S. says reduced defense role for atom bombs, Britain against ban now

Dec 09 2014

VIENNA The United States said on Tuesday it is relying less on nuclear weapons as part of its defense planning, but Britain argued against banning such arms now.

U.S., UK face nuclear disarmament pressure at Vienna meeting

Dec 08 2014

VIENNA The United States and Britain took part for the first time on Monday in an international conference on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons and were expected to face pressure to do more to eliminate their atomic arsenals.

U.S., UK face nuclear disarmament pressure at Vienna meeting

Dec 08 2014

VIENNA The United States and Britain took part for the first time on Monday in an international conference on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons and were expected to face pressure to do more to eliminate their atomic arsenals.

U.S., UK face nuclear disarmament pressure at Vienna meeting

Dec 08 2014

VIENNA The United States and Britain took part for the first time on Monday in an international conference on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons and were expected to face pressure to do more to eliminate their atomic arsenals.

Drug control body concerned by pot legalization in some U.S. states

Dec 04 2014

VIENNA The head of a body monitoring compliance with international drug control conventions expressed concern on Thursday about the health and other implications of moves by several U.S. states to legalize marijuana.

World News

U.S. Senate hands Trump historic rebuke on Saudi Arabia

The U.S. Senate delivered a rare double rebuke to President Donald Trump on Saudi Arabia on Thursday, voting to end U.S. military support for the war in Yemen and blame the Saudi crown prince for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.