VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran is trying to accelerate its uranium enrichment program, a U.N. nuclear report showed, but experts said it was unclear when Tehran's new machines could start operating and how efficiently they would work. Full story
Main domestic and international issues facing Iran ahead of its June 14 presidential election: Full story
VIENNA (Reuters) - A U.N. nuclear agency report due this week is expected to show Iran further increasing its capacity to produce material that its adversaries fear could eventually be put to developing atomic bombs, Western diplomats said on Tuesday. Full story
With half an hour left to register, Iran’s two most controversial presidential candidates pledged to run for president over the weekend. The country now has to wait to hear which of the handful of candidates will be allowed to contest the June poll. NBC News’ Ali Arouzi reports from Tehran.
The film, which explores the unintended consequences of revolution, features the tragically resonant story of an angry mob that storms into an American embassy in 1979. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.
NBC’s Andrea Mitchell sat down with actor and director Ben Affleck to discuss his new film "Argo," which tells the story of a real-life CIA mission to help six American hostages escape Tehran during the Iran Hostage Crisis of 1979.
The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd touches base with NBC reporters across the Mid-East including NBC’s Atia Abawi in Kabul, Martin Fletcher in Tel Aviv, Ali Arouzi in Tehran and Ann Curry from the Syrian border.
On the morning of Valentine’s Day, February 14, 1979, the fortified U.S. embassy in central Tehran came under a full-scale attack as hundreds of militants climbed over the walls and poured through the breached gate. NBC’s Tom Brokaw, and Jim Bittermann report on the attack, Richard Valeriani from th
Former Defense Secretary William Cohen talks about the United Nations Special Envoy’s attempt to salvage peace efforts.
A demonstrator peeks from under an Iranian flag during a ceremony to mark the 33rd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, in Tehran's Azadi square, February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Caren Firouz
A general view of a uranium processing site is seen in Isfahan, 340 km south of Tehran, March 30, 2005. [France, Britain and Germany] are considering letting Iran keep nuclear technology that could be used to make bombs, an apparent move towards a compromise with Tehran, diplomats said on Wednesday
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visits the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, 350 km south of Tehran, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Presidential official website/Handout
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