US secretary of state John Kerry (C) is pictured during an Iran nuclear talks meeting with the Iranian foreign minister in Vienna on Friday. Photograph: Carlos Barria/AFP/Getty Images

The UN nuclear watchdog could issue a report on its investigation into past Iranian research suspected of being linked to nuclear weapons development(...)

An Iranian security guard stands as US secretary of state John Kerry meets the Iranian delegation including foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at a hotel in Vienna where the  nuclear talks meetings are being held. Photograph:  Carlos Barria/Reuters

Tehran and world powers were still shy of a breakthrough at nuclear talks yesterday as foreign ministers flew in to lend heft to negotiations that foc(...)

US secretary of state John Kerry leans his crutches on a table before delivering his statement on Cuba outside the hotel where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held in Vienna, Austria. Photograph: Carlos Barria/AFP/Getty Images

The global nuclear watchdog has said its head would fly to Tehran to discuss some of the last big issues that need to be resolved so that Iran and wor(...)

Since Stuxnet’s exposure in 2010, 20 countries have announced digital warfare programmes

The Stuxnet computer worm temporarily succeeded in its goal of crippling Iran’s controversial uranium enrichment programme but, as the world’s first d(...)

US secretary of state John Kerry addresses the media after the nuclear talks session with Iran in Vienna. Photograph: AP Photo/Ronald Zak

The longer the international standoff over Iran’s suspect nuclear programme continues, the more dangerous and volatile the situation becomes. All s(...)

 Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and  US secretary of state John Kerry at the talks between the E3+3 (France, Germany, Britain, China, Russia, USA) and Iran in Vienna, Austria. Photograph: Roland Schlager/EPA

Iran and six powers failed for a second time this year to resolve a 12-year dispute over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions and gave themselves seven more mo(...)

For a deal to be struck with Iran, US president Barack Obama must navigate three sets of negotiations. Photograph: Mike Theiler/Reuters
Obama Iran deal could skirt Congress
  • US
  • October 20, 2014, 17:48

No one knows if United States president Barack Obama’s administration will manage in the next five weeks to strike what many in the White House consid(...)

US secretary of state John Kerry today said he hoped an agreement to end a dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme would be completed within months. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters.

Iran will grant UN inspectors “managed access” to a uranium mine and a heavy-water plant within three months as part of a cooperation pact reached on (...)

The UN nuclear watchdog and Iran have held “very productive” talks on how to advance a long-blocked investigation into Iranian atomic activities.   Iran is seen to be engaging more openly on the topic of its nuclear ambitions since  the election president Hassan Rouhani.  Photograph: Adrees Latif/Reuters.

The UN nuclear watchdog and Iran have held “very productive” talks on how to advance a long-blocked investigation into Iranian atomic activities and w(...)

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani meets with United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly today in New York. While their have been talks of diplomatic relations between Iran and the United states restarting, Mr Rouhani turned down an opportunity to meet with US president Barack Obama earlier in the week. Photograph: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Iran has sharply criticised the UN nuclear watchdog over “baseless allegations” about its atomic activity, a document showed before talks between the (...)