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No ‘fail-safe choices’ in nuke talks

The collapse of negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme would be potentially cataclysmic.

Zim agrees to sell uranium to Iran

Zimbabwe has signed a secret deal to supply Iran with the raw materials needed to develop a nuclear weapon, in breach of international sanctions.

Iran confident Israel won’t launch ‘stupid’ attack

Iran has dismissed Israeli threats of an imminent attack against it, explaining that such a "stupid" act would provoke "very severe consequences".

Iran airs assassination ‘confessions’

Iranian television aired what it described as confessions of individuals accused of assassinating nuclear scientists, saying they worked for Israel.

Iran rattles its sabres, US sticks to its guns

Iran has announced that it's prepared to launch missiles at US bases throughout the Gulf within minutes of any attack on the Islamic Republic.

Iran toys with missile capable of striking Israel

Iran has test-fired a ballistic missile capable of striking Israel as part of war games designed to show its ability to retaliate if attacked.

US makes new Gulf military moves

The US has moved new forces into the Gulf to keep strategic waterways open and strike deep within Iran in the event of a regional military escalation.

Khamenei threatens Israel with ‘lightning’ revenge

Iran's supreme leader has threatened a "lightning response" to any Israeli attack, defeating hopes of Western officials for a conciliatory tone.

Iran’s uranium enough to produce five nuclear weapons

A UN report has found that the total production, for the last five years, of low-enriched uranium would be enough for at least five nuclear weapons.

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