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Iran talks to continue, both sides see progress

Yahoo! News - May 15, 2012
for signs of secret work on atomic-weapons technology spoke of a good exchange of views Tuesday after talks with , who described the meeting as having made progress. Neither side elaborated on the substance of their talks. But in another indication that some common ground had been found after more than four years of stalled discussions, both said the talks would resume Monday. International Atomic Energy Agency officials had entered the talks seeking more cooperation from in their attempts to investigate what the agency sees as strong ...

 

IAEA Presses Iran Ahead of P5+1 Talks

VOA News - May 14, 2012
Satellite image provided by DigitalGlobe and the Institute for Science and International Security shows the military complex at Parchin, Iran, 30 kilometers southeast of Tehran, file photo 2004./ ​​The U.N. nuclear agency has again urged Iran to give it access to sites, people and documents it seeks as part of its probe into whether Tehran is trying to develop nuclear weapons. The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency delegation in Vienna, Hermann Nackaerts, told reporters Monday that they are continuing the dialogue with Iran on ...

 

Iran says nuclear talks with U.N. "good, constructive"

Yahoo! News - May 15, 2012
's atomic activities are going well, a senior Iranian official said on Tuesday, the second day of discussions. The talks will test Iran's readiness to address U.N. inspectors' concerns over military links to its nuclear work, ahead of wider diplomatic negotiations on the program's future in Baghdad next week between Tehran and world powers. The U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) aims at the meeting in Vienna to gain access to Iranian sites, documents and officials involved in suspected research activity that could be used to ...

 

Iran official says talks with IAEA good, environment constructive

Reuters - May 15, 2012
Iran's talks with the U.N. nuclear watchdog about Tehran's atomic programme are going well, a senior Iranian official said on Tuesday, the second day of discussions. The talks will test Iran's readiness to address U.N. inspectors' concerns over military links to its nuclear work, ahead of wider diplomatic talks on the programme's future in Baghdad next week between Tehran and world powers. The nuclear watchdog aims at the Vienna talks to gain access to Iranian sites, documents and officials involved in suspected research activity that could ...

 

UN Inspectors Push Iran On Military Site Access

Huffington Post - May 14, 2012
05/14/2012 6:34 am Updated: 05/14/2012 8:45 am/ VIENNA, May 14 (Reuters) - A senior U.N. nuclear official said Iran must give his inspectors access to information, people and sites as he began a two-day meeting with Iranian officials on the Islamic state's disputed atomic activities on Monday. The meeting in Vienna will test Iran's readiness to address U.N. inspectors' suspicions of military dimensions to its nuclear programme, ahead of high-stakes talks on the programme in Baghdad next week between Iran and six world powers. Two meetings ...

 

Iran turns off tracking systems on oil tankers: report

Al-Arabiya - May 14, 2012
Iran relies on oil exports for around two-thirds of its foreign currency earnings. (Reuters)/ In a bid to circumvent crippling international sanctions, Iran has been routinely switching off satellite tracking systems on its sea-bound oil tankers, The Washington Post reported late Sunday. Citing unnamed U.S. officials, the newspaper said the practice has been going on for more than a month. U.S. officials and industry analysts describe it as a cat-and-mouse game with Western governments seeking to enforce sanctions on Iranian exports, the ...

 

Iran says nuclear talks with U.N. "constructive"

Yahoo! News - May 15, 2012
's talks with the U.N. nuclear watchdog about Tehran's said ahead of a second day of discussions on Tuesday. "We had good talks. Everything is (on the) right track. The environment is very constructive," told reporters as he entered an Iranian diplomatic mission for talks with the Vienna-based

 

Iran, unable to sell oil, stores it on tankers

Washington Post - May 13, 2012
pressed to find buyers for its petroleum, Iran has been routinely switching off satellite tracking systems on its sea-bound oil tankers for more than a month, in what U.S. officials and industry analysts describe as a cat-and-mouse game with Western governments seeking to enforce sanctions on Iranian exports. The unusual tactic was begun in early April and now affects a quarter of Iran’s tanker fleet, according to the International Energy Agency, which has been monitoring the practice. The move, a violation of maritime law, is only modestly ...

 

U.N. nuclear watchdog urges Iran access as talks start

Yahoo! News - May 14, 2012
A senior U.N. nuclear watchdog official said needed to give his inspectors access to information, people and sites as he began a two-day meeting with on the Islamic state's disputed atomic activities on Monday. in Vienna that Iran should now engage on issues of substance with the may be seeking nuclear weapons capability, a charge it denies. "The aim of our two days is to reach agreement on (an) approach to resolve all outstanding issues with Iran, in particular clarification of the possible military dimensions remains our priority," ...

 

Report: Iran Turns Off International Tracking on Tankers

VOA News - May 14, 2012
A major U.S. newspaper is reporting that Iran has routinely switched off satellite tracking systems on its sea-bound oil tankers in a bid to sidestep international sanctions due to its controversial nuclear program. The news comes as Iran is set to meet U.N. nuclear agency officials. quotes unnamed U.S. officials Monday saying Iran started the tactic in early April. The newspaper also reports that the Iranian practice – a violation maritime law – is being closely monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency. Switching off the ...

 



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