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Iran sends high-level negotiators to Geneva nuclear talks

Feb 21 2015

DUBAI Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dispatched his brother and atomic chief to Geneva to try to overcome hurdles in high-profile nuclear talks with the United States and five other major powers, official Iranian media reported on Saturday. | Video

Iran sends high-level negotiators to Geneva nuclear talks

Feb 21 2015

DUBAI Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dispatched his brother and atomic chief to Geneva to try to overcome hurdles in high-profile nuclear talks with the United States and five other major powers, official Iranian media reported on Saturday. | Video

Iran sends high-level negotiators to Geneva nuclear talks

Feb 21 2015

DUBAI, Feb 21 Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dispatched his brother and atomic chief to Geneva to try to overcome hurdles in high-profile nuclear talks with the United States and five other major powers, official Iranian media reported on Saturday.

Iran's Khamenei says could accept fair nuclear compromise

Feb 08 2015

DUBAI/MUNICH Iran's supreme leader said on Sunday he could accept a compromise in nuclear talks and gave his strongest defence yet of President Hassan Rouhani's decision to negotiate with the West, a policy opposed by powerful hardliners at home.

Iran's Khamenei says could accept fair nuclear compromise

Feb 08 2015

DUBAI/MUNICH Iran's supreme leader said on Sunday he could accept a compromise in nuclear talks and gave his strongest defence yet of President Hassan Rouhani's decision to negotiate with the West, a policy opposed by powerful hardliners at home.

Iran's Khamenei says could accept fair nuclear compromise

Feb 08 2015

DUBAI/MUNICH Iran's supreme leader said on Sunday he could accept a compromise in nuclear talks and gave his strongest defense yet of President Hassan Rouhani's decision to negotiate with the West, a policy opposed by powerful hardliners at home.

Iran's Khamenei says could accept fair nuclear compromise

Feb 08 2015

DUBAI/MUNICH Iran's supreme leader said on Sunday he could accept a compromise in nuclear talks and gave his strongest defence yet of President Hassan Rouhani's decision to negotiate with the West, a policy opposed by powerful hardliners at home.

Iran's Khamenei hints ready to accept fair nuclear deal as talks proceed

Feb 08 2015

DUBAI/MUNICH Iran's paramount leader suggested on Sunday he could back a fair nuclear accord with world powers in which neither side got everything it wanted, boosting Iranian negotiators under fire from hardliners at home opposed to rapprochement with the West.

Iran's Khamenei hints ready to accept fair nuclear deal as talks proceed

Feb 08 2015

DUBAI/MUNICH Iran's paramount leader suggested on Sunday he could back a fair nuclear accord with world powers in which neither side got everything it wanted, boosting Iranian negotiators under fire from hardliners at home opposed to rapprochement with the West.

Iran's Zarif suggests Charlie Hebdo makes dialogue harder

Jan 14 2015

GENEVA/DUBAI Iran's foreign minister said on Wednesday serious dialogue with the West would be easier if it respected Muslim sensitivities, ruffled by the latest Charlie Hebdo cartoons, as he held nuclear talks with the chief U.S. diplomat.

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