IAEA Chief: Iran Probe Could Take 'Years and Years'IAEA chief says concluding that Iran's nuclear program is entirely peaceful will take years even if a deal with world powers is reached.
Syria Asks UN to Dismantle its Nuclear ProgramIAEA says Syrian regime has asked for help getting nuclear material out of country, likely so as to prevent ISIS from getting 'dirty bomb.'
IAEA Report Says Iran Probe is StalledThe UN's atomic agency says work on an assessment of allegations that Tehran worked on atomic arms remains essentially stalled.
Iran Seeks 24 Days' Notice Before Nuclear Inspectors VisitFrance's foreign minister says Iran wants 24 days’ notice before international inspectors could visit its nuclear sites.
IAEA Chief Disagrees with Iran on Nuclear InspectionsContrary to Iran's views, IAEA's Yukiya Amano says nuclear agreement would give his experts the right to push for access to Iranian sites.
IAEA to Hold Talks with Iran on Nuclear ProbeUN atomic watchdog to hold talks in Tehran seeking to jumpstart its probe into Iran's alleged past efforts to develop nuclear weapons.
Experts: Iran Will be '3 Weeks from a Nuclear Weapon'Experts tell science magazine deal will let Iran get advanced centrifuges, meaning it will be a short sprint from a nuclear bomb.
IAEA Welcomes Iran FrameworkThe UN atomic agency, which failed in the past to receive answers on Iran's nuclear program, welcomes the new framework with P5+1.
Netanyahu Says Looming Iran Nuclear Deal 'Worse Than Feared'PM sounds alarm over imminent deal, hours after Iranian defector reveals US negotiating team just parroting Iranian demands.
Iran Rejects Snap Inspections of its Nuclear SitesIranian official says an IAEA request for inspections of Iran's nuclear sites "hinders efforts" to reach a deal.
IAEA Chief: 'Limited Progress' Made in Iran ProbeIAEA head says the agency has had limited progress in its inquiry into possible military dimensions of Iran's nuclear activities.
Netanyahu: Iran Hiding its Nuclear IntentionsNetanyahu responds to IAEA report which says the agency has made little progress in its attempts to probe Iran's nuclear program.
UN's Atomic Agency to Report Little Progress in Iran ProbeThe International Atomic Energy Agency is set to report that Iran is failing to cooperate with a probe of its nuclear program.
IAEA: Iran Honoring its Commitment Under Interim AgreementLatest UN report indicates Iran is honoring its commitment not to expand atomic activities while it negotiates with West.
IAEA: Iran Continuing to Meet Commitments Under Interim DealIran has continued to meet commitments under an interim nuclear agreement, says UN's atomic agency.
IAEA Needs More Funds After Iran Talks ExtendedThe UN atomic agency says it will need more funds from member states to help pay for its monitoring of extended interim nuclear deal.
Iran Willing to Allow Inspections at One Military SiteIran says it is ready to allow inspectors access to Marivan military site, where explosive weapons maybe have been developed.
Iran Nuclear Threat 'Five Times' Greater Than Previously ThoughtIran could possess five times more advanced uranium centrifuges, says former IAEA deputy chief.
IAEA: Iran is Failing to Answer QuestionsUN's atomic agency's new report says Iran is failing to answer questions about its nuclear program, weeks before a deadline for a deal.
IAEA Says Iran Refusing to Answer Questions on Nuclear ProgramIAEA chief says Iran refusing to share info on 'military dimensions' of nuclear program; only three IAEA members monitoring Iran.
IAEA: Iran Taking Action to Comply with Interim AgreementUN atomic agency's latest report finds that Iran is taking further action to comply with an interim nuclear agreement with six world powers.
Anti-Israel Resolution Defeated Again at IAEA MeetingArab countries' push for Israel to join Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty fails again, as Iran deal looms.
IAEA: Iran Meeting its Commitments in Interim DealUN nuclear watchdog says Iran is taking action to comply with the terms of an extended interim agreement with six world powers.
Iran Demands Israel be Condemned Over DroneIran calls on the United Nations’ atomic agency to condemn Israel over the drone Iran downed above the Natanz uranium enrichment site.
UN’s Iran Probe Talks Stalled Yet AgainInvestigators not much further than where they started a decade ago, US hopes of reaching deal with Tehran by November are diminishing.
IAEA to Report 'Little Progress' in Iran InvestigationDiplomats say the UN nuclear watchdog will issue a report showing little progress in its long-running investigation Iran's nuclear program.
Rouhani: We'll Reject Any Restraints on Our Nuclear ProgramIran’s President clarifies he country will reject any restraints on its nuclear operations.
UN: Iran Has Eliminated Virtually All its Enriched Uranium GasMonthly IAEA update on Iran indicates it has acted to eliminate virtually all of its most sensitive stockpile of enriched uranium gas.
IAEA Says Iran Reduced its Nuclear Stockpile by 80%Iran has sharply cut its most sensitive nuclear stockpile under an interim pact with world powers, says newest IAEA report.
Iran, IAEA Tight-Lipped After Latest Round of TalksIran and the UN atomic watchdog tight-lipped after talks aimed at clearing allegations of Tehran's efforts to develop nuclear weapons.
Iran Provides IAEA with Explanation on DetonatorsIAEA says it has received an explanation from Iran about the development of detonators, wants further clarification.
IAEA Inspectors to Visit Iran's Nuclear SitesDelegation of inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency to visit two of Iran’s nuclear sites, reports state-owned media.
Iran, UN Atomic Watchdog Tight-Lipped after TalksThe meeting comes ahead of the next round of talks between Iran and the P5+1.
Peres to IAEA Chief: We Don't Want Another HiroshimaA nuclear armed Iran would be dangerous to all humanity, says Peres in meeting with IAEA head in Vienna.
Iran Still Complying with Nuclear Deal, Says IAEAIran is still sticking to a partial nuclear freeze as it agreed in interim deal, the UN atomic watchdog says in new report.
IAEA: Iran Complying with Deal But More Needs to be DoneIran is reducing its most proliferation-prone nuclear stockpile, but much work remains to be done, said IAEA head Yukiya Amano.
Rouhani: There's No Evidence We Seek Nuclear WeaponsIran’s President says that the UN's atomic watchdog has found no evidence of military objectives in Iran's nuclear drive.
Iran, UK Formally Resume Diplomatic TiesUK announces 'step forward' in 'establishing a bilateral relationship' with Iran; British embassy in Iran not opened yet, however.
Iran Adhering to Interim Deal, Says New IAEA ReportIran is sticking to a six-month nuclear freeze, says the UN atomic agency in a new report.
Iran Agrees to Provide More Information on Nuclear ProgramIran agrees to provide the IAEA with additional information in its probe of suspicions that Tehran worked on nuclear weapons.
Iran Denies Nuclear Inspectors Entry to Parchin Military BaseIran announces new agreement with IAEA doesn't include visits to Parchin military base, long suspected as nuclear bomb testing site.
US Officially Approves Waiver to Lift Sanctions on IranIt's official: the US approves waiver of select sanctions in Iran, claims Iran has begun curbing nuclear program.
UN Experts to Visit Iranian Uranium MineIran says that UN nuclear experts will inspect the Gachin uranium mine this month, for the first time in nine years.
UN Inspectors to Visit Iran's Arak PlantUN nuclear inspectors to visit the Arak heavy water plant for the first time in more than two years.
Iranian Nuclear Envoy Slams Israeli 'Aggression'Israel is "sitting on 200 nuclear warheads" and is "crying wolf" about Iran's nukes, charges IAEA envoy.
Iran Invites IAEA to Inspect Arak PlantInspectors invited to visit the site on December 8. IAEA set to expand monitoring of Iran’s uranium enrichment sites.
Iran Reaches Deal with UN Nuke MonitorsA 'roadmap' will give UN inspectors broader access to nuclear sites, including heavy water reactor at Arak.
IAEA Sees Change in Iranian PositionHead of UN’s atomic watchdog says that Iran's new leadership has indicated a willingness to address concerns about its nuclear program.
Diplomats: No Proof Iran Has Stopped 20 Percent EnrichmentContrary to remarks by Iranian lawmaker, diplomats say they have no information that Tehran halted 20 percent uranium enrichment.
IAEA: Anti-Israel Resolution Narrowly Defeated"Israel-bashing" resolution, backed by Iran and the Arab League, would have exclusively targeted Israel for criticism.
Arab States to Single Out Israel at Nuclear Weapons ConventionArab League representative insists resolution demanding Israel join nuclear non-proliferation treaty will be tabled for Friday vote.
U.S. Slams Arab Push to Criticize Israel Over NukesArab push to single out Israel over its nuclear arsenal won't help reach a nuclear-free Middle East, says American envoy to IAEA.
Iran: We Want to Talk, but Won't Give Up Nuclear RightsIran's new envoy to the IAEA says Tehran has a "strong will" to talk about its nuclear program, but won't give up its "nuclear rights."
U.S.: Iran Nuclear Developments Are 'Troubling'The United States says it is seeing "troubling developments" in Iran's nuclear program, calls on Rouhani to take concrete steps.
IAEA Report: Iran Boosting its Nuclear CapabilitiesThe IAEA says Tehran has now installed more than 1,000 advanced centrifuges at its Natanz enrichment plant.
New Images Show Major Alterations at Iran Nuclear SiteU.S. institute tracking Iran's military program says recent satellite images show further major alterations at Parchin.
Arab Nations Re-launch Push to Criticize Israel Over NukesArab nations are re-launching efforts to single out Israel over its alleged nuclear arsenal.