Israel's prime minister savaged the nuclear deal with Iran, falling silent for nearly a minute at the United Nations in protest and offering to resume direct peace talks with the Palestinians.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has tried to reassure a skeptical American public that when crowds in Tehran chant "Death to America!" they don't mean it personally.
They are rivals on the campaign trail, but Republican presidential challengers Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz joined forces at a rally denouncing the Iran nuclear deal being debated by the US Congress.
US President Barack Obama hailed a Congressional vote allowing a nuclear deal with Iran to go ahead.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton expressed firm support for the nuclear accord with Iran, saying it was flawed but still "strong".
Former US vice president Dick Cheney blasted the Iran nuclear deal as "madness" and said it marked a "capitulation" by world powers.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter offered assurances that the Iran nuclear deal will leave Washington with a "more effective" military option if that becomes necessary.
US Secretary of State John Kerry made a late bid to broaden backing for the Iran nuclear deal.
Kazakhstan and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are considering use of nuclear energy in food and water industries.
Kazakhstan and International Atomic Energy Agency have signed the agreement establishing the international nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan.
US Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation Thomas Countryman will pay a working visit to Kazakhstan.
Excess stockpiles of enriched uranium of Iran may be stored at the international nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan.
The fate of Iran's nuclear deal with world powers is still not decided but it will not leave the country vulnerable to US influence, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said.
If the United States cancels the Iran nuclear deal, the blow to its credibility may be such as to hasten the end of the dollar's reign as the world's reserve currency.
Japan ended a two-year nuclear shutdown in the energy-hungry country, sparked by public fears following the 2011 Fukushima crisis, the worst atomic disaster in a generation.
US President Barack Obama has predicted that opposition to his nuclear deal with Iran will erode as the agreement is implemented and a "parade of horribles" fails to materialize.
A Chinese newspaper with close ties to the ruling Communist Party slammed Japan for commemorating the atomic bombing of Hiroshima without highlighting its own wartime aggression.
President Barack Obama made an aggressive case for his signature nuclear deal with Iran.
Kazakhstan will spend around $10-15 thousand annually to maintain the International Nuclear Fuel Bank being established on the country's territory.
Benjamin Netanyahu personally called on US Jewish groups to thwart a White House-backed Iran nuclear deal.
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