BERLIN - Germany's foreign minister has urged Iran to comply with its international duties and show full transparency regarding its nuclear program.
VIENNA - Iran on Thursday withdrew its bid at the last minute for a seat on the decision-making board of the same U.N.
VIENNA - Iran is seeking a seat on the decision-making board of the same U.N.
VIENNA - The United States is accusing Iran of intimidating U.N.
TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's nuclear chief said Tuesday the head of a U.N.
- Iran says it has the right to bar UN inspectors
- IAEA: Iran activates enrichment equipment
- AP Interview: German: Iran fears latest sanctions
- AP Exclusive: Iran defiant in nuclear documents
- Iran's parliament adopts bill against inspections
- Iran admits sanctions could slow nuclear program
- Iran sends EU letter on conditions for nuke talks
- Iran postpones any nuclear talks until late August
- Brazil is dropping role in Iran nuclear dispute
- Iran bans 2 IAEA inspectors from entering Iran
- Iran says UN sanctions show double standard
- EU set to approve new sanctions on Iran
- Defying sanctions, Iran plans more atomic reactors
- Ahmadinejad: Iran has conditions for talks with EU
- Iran speaker says parliament backs nuclear program
- Iran's Revolutionary Guard dismisses UN sanctions
- European Union invites Iran for nuclear talks
- UN approves new sanctions against Iran
- Diplomats say US, Russia, France dismiss Iran deal
- Germany, Russia: We support new Iran nuke sanction
- Medvedev: Some agreement on Iranian nuke sanctions
- Medvedev: Agreement on Iranian nuclear sanctions
- Ahmadinejad urges Obama to accept nuke swap deal
- Turkey says nuclear deal with Iran chance at peace
- Iran rejects UN sanctions resolution draft
- Iran calls new UN sanctions push 'illigitimate'
- Iran to ship uranium to Turkey in nuclear deal
- Iran welcomes Brazil mediation over nuclear issue
- Iran FM hopeful for nuke fuel deal
- Ahmadinejad calls UN veto power 'satanic tool'
- Iranian foreign minister visits Bosnia
- Diplomats: Iranian minister meets IAEA chief
- Iran ridicules Obama's "cowboy" nuclear strategy
- Iran ridicules Obama's nuclear strategy
- Iran's top nuclear negotiator heads to China