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NHRC issues notice to Bihar govt after Encephalitis claims more than 100 lives in Bihar, Iran speeds up uranium enrichment as tensions mounts in West Asia, JP Nadda appointed BJP working president; day's top stories
The Iran accord was one of the West’s biggest foreign policy achievements, until US president Donald Trump pulled out in May 2018
Iran warns of breaking nuclear accord: An explainer on the nation's journey with the ballistic missile programme since 1967
President Hassan Rouhani says Iran will stop exporting its excess uranium and heavy water from its nuclear program, as stipulated by the agreement. If the 60-day deadline passes without action, Rouhani says Iran will resume higher uranium enrichment as well.
Donald Trump and the art of ending a nuclear deal: Iran's domestic politics, India's interests to be hit hard
President Donald Trump has decided to re-impose sanctions and pull out of what he referred to as "the worst deal ever", and what others celebrated as one of the diplomatic victories of the decade
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday warned that the country could pull out of a nuclear agreement signed with the world's major powers within hours if the US imposes more sanctions.
Iran on Thursday successfully tested its Simorgh satellite launch vehicle, the state-run media reported.
Netanyahu was expected to meet in New York with the presidential nominees of the two major parties in what could set the tone for future relations between Israel and the next White House administration.
Despite a track record of misjudgments about weapons of mass destruction, U.S. intelligence officials say they are confident they can verify Iran's compliance with the recently completed nuclear deal.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the United States on Sunday to seek a better deal to curb Iran's nuclear program and said he would press American lawmakers not to give Tehran "a free path to the bomb."
The details in the JCPOA have surprised many observers as have Iran's substantial compromises.