The new International Atomic Energy Agency report shows Iran's nuclear activities remain much reduced, making any push to make an atomic bomb much harder than before the agreement
Yukiya Amano, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) tells the Wall Street Journal that the isolated state's nuclear capacities are being ramped up
'The new administration of the United States just started and they are looking at this issue,' International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano says
Part of the Arak heavy water reactor is filled with cement, a measure which means the reactor will not be able to produce weapons-grade plutonium from spent nuclear fuel
The accord won final approval in Iran on Wednesday, October 14
The motion to approve the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is passed with 161 votes in favor, 59 against and with 13 abstentions
The text launches a progressive and conditional lifting of sanctions, in exchange for guarantees that the Islamic republic will not develop a nuclear bomb
International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano says ahead of the expected announcement of the historic deal with major powers that he aims to issue a report on the watchdog's investigation by December 15
UN watchdog chief Yukiya Amana says the completion may be attributed to Tehran's help
(UPDATED) The aim is to finalize a deal which would put a nuclear bomb beyond Iran's reach, in return for lifting a web of biting international sanctions slapped on the Islamic republic
'This is very worrying to us because there is very little time before the deadline and we urgently need to enter the final stage,' says Russia's negotiator Sergei Ryabkov
The 6 powers negotiating with Iran want the IAEA to be able to visit them in order to investigate claims of any suspicious activity – past and future – that could indicate attempts to build a bomb
Iranian diplomat: 'We discussed certain solutions to resolve the two outstanding questions, and it was decided to wind up the discussions at the next meeting'
'There is no progress, basically,' says a diplomat familiar with the probe of the International Atomic Energy Agency
'The epidemic could reach 5,000 to 10,000 cases per week by the first week of December,' says the World Health Organization
'During these two days, all the bilateral issues were discussed, in particular, how to carry out the agreed measures and the ways forward were discussed'
The Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security says the reason for the apparent shutdown was unclear
Talks between Iran and the UN Security Council plus Germany in New York resumes this week
Iran: 'Modification of the heart of the Arak reactor is in the process of being carried out by our experts ... to ease the worries of certain countries'
'We are entering with goodwill into further negotiations with the P5+1 group and we want to reach an agreement... but we are not willing to pay any price'
(2nd UPDATE) Addressing the allegations, long denied by Tehran, would be an important element in the comprehensive deal on Iran's nuclear program that world powers are seeking to reach by November 24
The Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative calls on leaders from countries equipped with nuclear arms to visit Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Iranian officials said the International Atomic Energy Agency was not being granted access to the Parchin military site, where Tehran is suspected of having experimented with nuclear arms development
Iran halts production of 20% of enriched uranium, as part of an international deal. But roadblocks are still in the horizon.
The two-day Vienna meeting will seek to nail down the start date of Iran's promised six-month freeze of parts of its nuclear work, how this will be monitored and when sanctions will be eased
The visit forms part of a mid-November agreement in Tehran with IAEA, as the Vienna-based agency seeks to clarify concerns about Iran's past nuclear activities
Iran sends a new nuclear program proposal to the IAEA, with its chief heading to Iran Monday
IAEA chief Yukiya Amano called the talks a "very important opportunity" for progress
Enriching uranium to 20% purity is a few steps short of producing weapons-grade fissile material
The chief inspector of the IAEA said that the 2 sides would meet again on October 28 to "start substantial discussions on the way forward to resolving all outstanding issues"
"Our government will not give up one iota of its absolute rights" in its nuclear activities, said Rowhani
Late on Monday plant operator TEPCO announced samples taken from a well at the site showed the presence of radioactive substances, including strontium
(UPDATED) Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said his administration will spend public money to get the job done
The discovery of the pipe came a day after Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said it found new radiation hotspots at four sites around coolant tanks
TEPCO detected high radiation readings at 4 sites around the tanks although none of the containers showed any visible fall in their water levels
Iran has installed hundreds more centrifuges that could enable it to enrich uranium faster since May
Iran's atomic chief said on Sunday, March 3, that Tehran planned to install 3,000 new generation centrifuges at one of its nuclear plants, confirming what the UN nuclear watchdog reported in February
(UPDATED) Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) were back in Tehran to try to resolve long-running differences with Iran over its controversial nuclear program
The IAEA has been trying to reach agreement with Iran on a 'structured approach' to allow inspectors to conduct spot checks on sites not covered by the treaty
The International Atomic Energy Agency admits to a breach in an older server and the theft of some contact details
"I hope that Iran clearly understands the message and engages with us on substance," International Atomic Energy Agency director general Yukiya Amano said
Iran has increased its activity at the Fordo and Parchin nuclear facilities, according to the UN atomic agency