Obama Admin Threatens U.S. Allies for Disagreeing with Iran Nuke Deal

From left, German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius talk after Hammond made a statement about their meeting regarding recent negotiations with Iran over Iran's nuclear program in London, England, Saturday, March 21

LAUSANNE, Switzerland—Efforts by the Obama administration to stem criticism of its diplomacy with Iran have included threats to nations involved in the talks, including U.S. allies, according to Western sources familiar with White House efforts to quell fears it will permit Iran to retain aspects of its nuclear weapons program. A series of conversations between …

Cutting Losses on Iran Nuclear Deal, Israel Eyes Small Print

Israeli PM Netanyahu speaks during a ceremony at President Rivlin's residence in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM/PARIS (Reuters) – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has begun to signal that Israel could resign itself to an Iranian nuclear deal that would leave its enemy with some uranium enrichment capability, a compromise he has long opposed.

Iran Insists on Lifting All Sanctions in Any Nuclear Deal

Iran's Foreign Minister Zarif departs his hotel to return to Iran following days of negotiations with United States Secretary of State Kerry over Iran's nuclear program

DUBAI (Reuters) – Any deal over Iran’s nuclear program must involve the immediate lifting of all sanctions, Iran’s foreign minister said on Wednesday, showing no sign of compromise on a major hurdle in world power negotiations.