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France is demanding answers from the IAEA on Iran's past nuclear work on atomic weapons.
ISIS and Iran are drawing closer in the operational ranks, and it may be only a matter of time before the two merge their forces for bigger "projects."
PM Netanyahu told Italian PM Renzi during weekend talks in Florence Israel does not object to a "civilian" nuclear program in Iran.
The influential Jewish Federation of Chicago joins the growing opposition to the Iran nuclear deal.
WikiLeaks reveals a Saudi cable that claims Iran sent nuclear equipment to Sudan.
PM Netanyahu warns Israelis the rising risks of Iranian proxy attacks are "piling up," as the US hurtles towards a "bad deal" with Tehran.
AIPAC opposes amendments to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Act, to ensure bipartisan support and passage of the bill.
U.S. Senator Tom Cotton questions Vice President Joe Biden's competence in foreign policy affairs, after Biden lashes out against a letter from 47 senators to Iran.
US Vice President Joe Biden lashes out against 47 GOP senators and a few Democrats who wrote to Iran warning a deal signed without Congressional approval may not last.
President Barack Obama slammed 47 GOP senators on Monday for sending a letter to Iran describing the limits of any agreement he might sign.
Israel's Ambassador to the U.S., Ron Dermer, warns a U.S. news program that "when Israelis and Arabs are on the same page (about Iran), people should pay attention."
Major world power foreign ministers said over the weekend they do not see the need to reach a deal “forthwith,” PM Netanyahu reveals.
The race for nuclear power has begun in the Middle East in response to fears of an Iranian nuclear threat.
Secy of State John Kerry updates media on the progress made in talks with Iran in Switzerland before leaving for the US; talks resume on March 15.
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu arrived Sunday in Washington DC ahead of appearances at the AIPAC conference and before the US Congress, to discuss the Iran nuclear threat.
House Speaker John Boehner asserts next week's speech to Congress by Israeli PM Netanyahu won't hurt US-Israel relations.
Candidates from the top five Israeli parties addressed Anglo voters in Jerusalem on Wednesday; the big 'hot button' was Iran and the PM's speech to Congress next week.
US media suddenly backs off on story about a top secret parallel nuclear development site. Why?