The March 24 deadline set by negotiators working on an Iranian nuclear agreement has arrived, and no “political framework agreement“ has yet been reached.
Legal experts are refuting a claim by Iran’s foreign minister that revoking a potential deal on the country’s nuclear program would violate international law, amid confusion Wednesday regarding whether or not the deal the State Department is negotiating will be in any way legally binding.
Secretary of State John Kerry admitted before Congress on Wednesday that the United States is aware of a secret Iranian facility that an Iranian opposition group identified this week as being part of an undisclosed parallel nuclear program.
Iran’s foreign minister and lead negotiator in nuclear talks with the United States has been ordered by the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader to stop shouting and yelling at Secretary of State John Kerry during negotiating sessions.
Senior U.S. officials in both the State Department and White House denied reports that the Obama administration has stopped informing Israel about Iran nuclear talks as a result of anger over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech before a joint session of Congress, according to statements provided to the Free Beacon.