Iranian Foreign Ministry has claimed the Western side realised it must "back down" from its "maximal demands," as nuclear talks in Vienna are set to resume.
Iran announces that it has carried out a new space launch, in a move likely to anger Western powers amid tough talks on reviving a 2015 nuclear deal.
Israeli premier's remarks urging negotiators to take up a tougher line towards Iran as a response to Tehran's new demands comes as talks resume in Vienna to patch up the tattered 2015 deal.
Iran's head of nuclear energy Mohammad Eslami has said Tehran's targets related to enriching uranium are meeting its industrial and production needs.
Participants from Britain, France, Germany, China, Russia and Iran that are trying to revive a 2015 nuclear deal will resume their efforts on December 27.
Washington says it's fully prepared to lift sanctions inconsistent with its 2015 nuclear deal commitments if Tehran approaches talks in Vienna "with urgency and good faith."
A day earlier, British, French and German diplomats warned that the nuclear deal with Iran risks becoming "an empty shell" in the absence of real progress in negotiations.
Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said his visit reflected a “new reality” for the Middle East as Tel Aviv pursues a diplomatic push against Iran nuclear talks in Vienna.
Saudi leadership is seeking ways to work with its Gulf Arab allies and prepare for scenarios involving Iran, the nuclear deal, and the most delicate regional issues pitting Riyadh and Tehran against each other.
Emirates and Saudi Arabia are negotiating with Iran amid efforts in Vienna to save Tehran's tattered nuclear deal with world powers.
Iran’s top nuclear negotiator suggested everything discussed in previous rounds could be renegotiated in Vienna, contradicting the statements by an EU official, who said previous talks is a good basis to build work ahead.
Political scenarios vary from a US return to the deal with sanctions relief over Iran to using military force against Tehran.
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