Iran and world powers have reached tentative agreement on parts of a deal sharply curtailing Tehran’s nuclear programme, Western diplomats said on Sunday while cautioning that the deal is by no means
Marathon Iran nuclear talks headed Friday towards a critical weekend as Britain said its foreign minister would join his US, Iranian and French counterparts in racing the clock to pin down a deal.
Iran’s nuclear chief said on Thursday he was “optimistic” about reaching a ground-breaking nuclear deal, as US and Iranian diplomats launched down-to-the-wire talks chasing a March 31 deadline.
On US secretary of state John Kerry’s Swiss bike rides last week to unwind from intense Iran nuclear talks, one emerging tricky issue may well have been going round his head: UN sanctions.
No breakthrough yet, but ‘progress made’
Key differences remain ahead of March 31 deadline but Iran says 90% of ‘technical issues’ solved
Football’s world governing body Fifa announced on Monday that four candidates are bidding to become its president, including long-time incumbent Sepp Blatter.