In another step away from nuclear deal, Iran to inject uranium gas into centrifuges at Fordo facility
The announcement by President Hassan Rouhani increases pressure on European nations that remain in the 2015 atomic accord to offer Iran a way to sell its crude oil abroad
Argentina's Rafael Grossi took the helm of the International Atomic Energy Agency on Tuesday following the death of his predecessor
Japan court acquits 3 ex-Tokyo Electric Power Company execs in case of professional negligence over 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster
A Japanese court on Thursday acquitted three former power company executives of professional negligence in the only criminal prosecution stemming from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdown
Iran installing advanced nuclear centrifuges, says IAEA as nuclear deal with US threatens to come apart
Iran has said that notwithstanding its reduction of commitments under the JCPOA, it will continue to allow access to IAEA inspectors , who monitor its nuclear programme
Iran warns of enriching uranium to 20% after breaching key limit in nuclear deal; China blames US 'bullying' behind crisis
Iran on Monday began enriching uranium to 4.5 percent, just breaking the limit set by its nuclear deal with world powers, while it is still seeking a way for Europe to help it bypass US sanctions amid heightened tensions between Tehran and Washington
Amid mounting tensions with US, top Iranian official says ready to enrich uranium beyond levels set in nuclear deal
European parties to the deal have yet to offer a way for Iran to avoid the sweeping economic sanctions imposed by US President Donald Trump since he pulled the US out of the accord a year ago
Iran looking at breaking uranium stockpile limit within 10 days, statement puts pressure on Europe to improve terms for nuclear deal
Iran will break the uranium stockpile limit set by Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers in the next 10 days, the spokesman for the country's atomic agency said Monday
Parliamentary panel recommends large-scale import of uranium, report likely to be tabled during Winter Session
A parliamentary panel, headed by Murli Manohar Joshi, has recommended that government should mount diplomatic efforts to increase import of uranium.
US asked its fellow members of UN Security Council for slapping sanctions on Iran for its "malign behaviour" in West Asia at a meeting that discussed the implementation of 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran
Iran says it is preparing to restart nuclear activities in case deal with world powers falls through
Iran said it was in "preparatory works" to restart nuclear activities in the event of the failure of the 2015 accord between Iran and world powers.
Iran tells UN it will hike uranium enrichment capacity, says move does not mean negotiations with Europe have failed
Iran has notified the International Atomic Energy Agency that it has launched a plan to increase its uranium enrichment capacity, nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi said Tuesday.
IAEA ready to inspect North Korea's nuclear programme, under political agreement among States concerned
The UN nuclear agency has said it is ready to inspect the nuclear programme of North Korea.
Day after Benjamin Netanyahu's Iran claims, IAEA says 'no credible indications' of nuclear weapons programme after 2009
A spokesman for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a statement that its board of governors had "declared that its consideration of this issue was closed" after it was presented with a report in December 2015.
Benjamin Netanyahu says he has 'proof' of Iranian nuclear programme as US considers pullout from atomic accord
Netanyahu said in a televised address Monday he had new "proof" of an Iranian nuclear weapons plan that could be activated at any time
Iran's nuclear deal with world powers may hang in the balance, but you wouldn't know it at the United Nations conference on atomic energy held on Monday in the United Arab Emirates.
IAEA says Iran implementing its nuclear deal commitments; Tehran expresses desire to continue with accord
The head of the United Nations atomic agency on Sunday said Iran was carrying out its commitments made under a landmark nuclear deal with world powers.
Washington 'unreliable' following nuclear deal threats, says Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif
Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif branded Washington "unreliable" Sunday in response to threats over the future of a nuclear deal with Iran.
Fukushima trial: Ex-bosses of Tokya Electric Power to face criminal court over Japan's 2011 nuclear crisis
Three former executives at the operator of Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant went on trial on Friday, the only people ever to face a criminal court in connection with the 2011 meltdowns that left swathes of countryside uninhabitable
Iran is sticking to the 2015 nuclear deal with major world powers even as tensions rise with US president Donald Trump, a United Nations (UN) atomic watchdog report showed on Friday.
Microsoft President calls for world govts to form a 'Digital Geneva Convention' to police cyber espionage
Microsoft President Brad Smith on Tuesday pressed the world's governments to form an international body to protect civilians from state-sponsored hacking, saying recent high-profile attacks showed a need for global norms to police government activity in cyberspace.