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Iran warns against war as U.S. and Saudi weigh response to oil attack

Iran warned U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday against being dragged into all-out war in the Middle East following an attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities which Washington and Riyadh blame on..
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China hopes for 'objective' probe on Saudi attacks

China's hopes for an "objective" investigation into attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, after Saudi Arabia said the attacks were "unquestionably sponsored"..
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Trump sees many options short of war with Iran after attacks on Saudis

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday there were many options short of war with Iran after U.S. ally Saudi Arabia displayed remnants of drones and missiles it said were used in a crippling..
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Iran to hold annual Gulf drills with 200 frigates, speedboats

Iran will hold its annual military parade on Sept. 22 in the Gulf with 200 frigates and speedboats, the semi-official Iran Front Page website reported on Wednesday, at a time of soaring tension between..
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Iranian official says Saudi Arabia proved that "it knows nothing": Twitter

Saudi Arabia proved that "it knows nothing", an advisor to Iran's president tweeted on Wednesday, after the kingdom displayed evidence it said proved the assault on its oil sites was "unquestionably..
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Trump orders more Iran curbs as Saudi readies attack evidence

President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he ordered a major increase in sanctions on Iran in the latest U.S. move to pressure Tehran, which U.S. officials say probably carried out a crippling weekend..
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Trump says he will 'substantially increase' Iran sanctions over attack on Saudi Arabia oil facilities

Trump's administration already slapped Iran with crippling sanctions aimed at driving the country’s oil exports to zero and choking Tehran’s economy.
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Saudi Arabia promises concrete proof Iran behind oil attack

Saudi Arabia said it would produce evidence on Wednesday linking regional rival Tehran to an unprecedented attack on its oil industry that Washington believes originated from Iran in a dangerous..
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Iran tells U.S.: Response to any attack 'won't be limited to its source'

Iran's retaliation to any military attack will not be "limited to its source," Tehran said in an official note to Washington, Iran's semi-official ISNA news agency reported on Wednesday.
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Saudi Arabia promises 'material evidence' linking Iran to oil attack

Saudi Arabia said it would show evidence on Wednesday linking regional rival Tehran to an unprecedented attack on its oil industry that Washington believes originated from Iran in a dangerous..
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Iran's Rouhani blames U.S., Saudi for conflict in region

President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday Iran did not want conflict in the region while Defense Minister Amir Hatami said Tehran had no involvement in the attacks on Saudi Arabia's Aramco oil..
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Iran said there will be no talks with the US following growing tensions. How did things get to this point?

Tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalated following the Trump administration’s claim that Tehran was behind attack on Saudi Arabia oil facilities.
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Iran rules out talks as Trump blames Tehran for Saudi oil attack

Iran's supreme leader on Tuesday ruled out talks with Washington after President Donald Trump blamed Tehran for a crippling attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities.
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Iran's Khamenei says U.S. policy of maximum pressure will fail

Iran will never hold talks with the United States and Washington's policy of maximum pressure on Tehran will fail, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Tuesday, according to state TV.
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Trump says Iran is likely behind attack on Saudi oil plant

President Trump on Monday said Iran is most likely to blame for a series of airstrikes that crippled a major Saudi Arabian oil plant over the weekend. Damage from the attacks cut Saudi Arabia's oil..
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Saudi Aramco attacks: What we know so far

Attacks on two sites at the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil industry shut down more than 5% of global supply, sent oil prices as much as 20% higher and prompted the United States to blame Iran despite..
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Iran says it's ready to work for Yemen peace with U.N. and others

Iran is ready to cooperate with the United Nations and countries seeking peace and stability in Yemen and the region, an Iranian government spokesman said on Monday, after weekend attacks on Saudi oil..
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Iran hardliners likely to gain from tensions over Aramco attacks

Iran distanced itself on Sunday from attacks on Saudi oil facilities but hardliners in Tehran might chalk the assaults up as a win against Washington's tougher policy toward the Islamic Republic,..
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Iran's Zarif says U.S., allies are 'stuck in Yemen'

Iran's foreign minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said on Sunday that the United States and its allies were "stuck in Yemen" and that blaming Tehran "won't end the disaster".
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Iran dismisses as 'pointless' U.S. claims about Aramco attacks: TV

Iran dismissed as "pointless" U.S. claims that Tehran was behind drone attacks which hit two of Saudi Arabia's Aramco oil installations on Saturday, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman said on Sunday.
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U.S. blames Iran for Saudi attacks, 'pretend' diplomacy

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday accused Iran of leading attacks on Saudi oil plants that have cut the kingdom's output roughly in half, as he ruled out Yemeni involvement and denounced..
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European powers urge Iran to return to nuclear accord compliance

France, Britain and Germany, the European parties to Iran's nuclear accord, on Friday expressed deep concern at Tehran's violations of the 2015 deal and urged it to cooperate with the U.N. nuclear..
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Australia lobbies for release of three citizens held by Iran

Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne said she met last week with her Iranian counterpart, seeking to secure release of three citizens held by Tehran.
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U.S. and Israel consider next steps to stifle Iran nuclear program

Following the U.S. exit from the Iran nuclear deal, tensions between the two countries have escalated. New reporting sheds light on how Israel has pushed for action against Tehran's nuclear ambitions...
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Iran slams Netanyahu land annexation pledge as election ploy

Iran's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plans to annex the Jordan Valley and his frequent accusations against Tehran were ploys to win re-election,..
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Iran's Rouhani tells France's Macron: no talks with U.S. while sanctions in place

Iran will not negotiate with the United States while sanctions on Tehran are still enforced by Washington, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in a phone call..
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Iran denounces 'U.S.-Israeli plot' over nuclear program

Iran has denounced a "U.S.-Israeli plot" to put pressure on the U.N. nuclear watchdog, after the IAEA called in recent days for more cooperation from Tehran following what diplomats say was the..
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Iran says tanker oil sold at sea, buyer sets destination

Iran's envoy to London said on Wednesday the oil cargo of tanker Adrian Darya 1 was sold at sea to a private company, denying Tehran had broken assurances it had given over the vessel, but he insisted..
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Iran says U.S. should avoid 'warmongers' after Bolton departure

Iran said on Wednesday Washington should distance itself from "warmongers" after the resignation of hawkish White House National Security Adviser John Bolton, and Tehran stood by its demand that..
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What John Bolton's departure means for the Iran standoff

Analysts see room for an easing of tension between Washington and Tehran, but don't expect any sudden breakthroughs
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Iran says sacking of Bolton won't lead to talks with U.S.

The resignation of White House National Security Adviser John Bolton, a hawk on Iran, will not lead to talks between Washington and Tehran, Iran said on Wednesday.
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Rouhani tells U.S. to end 'maximum pressure' on Iran: TV

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani urged the United States on Wednesday to end its policy of "maximum pressure" on his country, and said Tehran would cut its commitments to a 2015 nuclear deal further if..
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Iran says Bolton's departure will not push Tehran to talks with U.S.

Iran said on Wednesday the firing of John Bolton as U.S. national security adviser will not push Tehran to reconsider talks with the United States.
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U.S. says Iran's failure to address IAEA concerns 'unacceptable'

The United States on Tuesday said it was unacceptable that Iran was not fully cooperating with the International Atomic Energy Agency's investigation of its nuclear program, but repeated it remained..
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Iran woman banned from soccer stadium burns herself to death

Sahar Khodayari dressed as a man to try and watch her favorite team play in Tehran, but got caught. Facing prison, she set herself on fire.
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Iran's Zarif rejects Netanyahu's nuclear claim, says he 'cries wolf'

Iran on Monday rejected a claim by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Tehran had been developing nuclear weapons at a secret site and said he was seeking a pretext for war.
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Netanyahu: Iran had secret nuclear weapons development site in Abadeh

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that Iran had been developing nuclear weapons at a secret site near the city of Abadeh, but that Tehran destroyed the facility after learning it..
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'Time is of the essence,' U.N. nuclear chief tells Iran

The U.N. nuclear watchdog's chief impressed upon Iranian officials the importance of providing swift cooperation with his agency as it seeks information on its activities, he said on Monday, a day..
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Iran upgrades nuclear infrastructure as 2015 deal collapses

Tehran makes good on threat to further breach terms of the deal as Israel claims nuclear watchdog's latest report vindicates claim of "secret atomic warehouse"
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Exclusive: IAEA found uranium traces at Iran 'atomic warehouse' - diplomats

Samples taken by the U.N. nuclear watchdog at what Israel's prime minister called a "secret atomic warehouse" in Tehran showed traces of uranium that Iran has yet to explain, two diplomats who follow..
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Tehran says Iranian tanker unloaded cargo on Mediterranean coast

An Iranian tanker at the center of a dispute between Tehran and Western powers has delivered its cargo after docking somewhere on the Mediterranean coast, Iran's state news agency IRNA quoted a Foreign..
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Iranian tanker reaches destination, oil sold: ministry tells TV

Iran's foreign ministry spokesman on Sunday said an Iranian oil tanker at the center of a dispute between Tehran and Western powers had reached its destination and sold its oil, state television..
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8 days in Tehran

Steve Kroft reports from Iran's capital as the prospect of a nuclear deal with world powers looms on the horizon.
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Iran's nuclear chief: EU has failed to fulfill 2015 deal commitments

Iran's nuclear chief said on Sunday the European parties to the 2015 nuclear deal have failed to fulfill their commitments under the pact, a day after Tehran announced further breaches of limits on its..
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Iran's atomic energy spokesperson said the country is using faster centrifuges

A spokesman for Tehran's Atomic Energy Organization warned Europe that time is running out to save a 2015 nuclear deal. He also he announced Iran was using faster centrifuges. The U.S. pulled out of..
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Developing new centrifuges on Tehran's agenda: Iran nuclear official

Developing new types of uranium enrichment machines is on Tehran's agenda, a spokesman for Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation said in a televised news conference on Saturday, adding that Iran has..
Reuters - Published

Iran reduces nuclear deal compliance, warns 'not much time left' to save accord

Tehran takes new actions to erode its commitment to the 2015 nuclear accord with world powers and accelerates its nuclear activities.
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Iranian tanker Adrian Darya 1 photographed off Syrian port Tartus: U.S. satellite firm

The Iranian oil tanker Adrian Darya 1 at the center of a dispute between Tehran and Western powers, which went dark off Syria earlier in the week, has been photographed by satellite off the Syrian port..
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