Iran and the US held more than six hours of talks seeking to nail down a complex nuclear deal, but negotiators remained tight-lipped on what progress had been made.
American and Iranian negotiators will resume bilateral talks on Iran's disputed nuclear program next week in Geneva.
The EU and the US confirmed that extended nuclear talks between with Iran will resume on December 17 in Geneva.
Brazilian President inaugurated a naval shipyard that will oversee construction of a nuclear-powered submarine and four others to patrol Brazil's long coastline and oil reserves.
Kazakhstan’s Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov met US Secretary of State John Kerry December 10.
Top US diplomats will this week make a "strong case" to lawmakers to hold off on fresh Iran sanctions, hoping to avoid an ugly political showdown.
Iran and world powers are now discussing a possible extension of their deadline for a nuclear deal.
US Secretary of State John Kerry joined troubled Iran nuclear talks in Vienna, with Russia warning that getting a deal will be "very difficult".
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond expressed doubt that a landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers would be reached by the deadline.
China will double its investment in Iran's energy projects, ahead of a deadline for a deal with world powers over Tehran's nuclear programme.
A local governor gave the green light to restarting an atomic power station.
Iran's government was forced to deny it had already struck a nuclear deal with the West, after a lawmaker accused its negotiators of secretly selling the country short.
According to him, oil is not a renewable source of energy and we should think of new generations to come and their wellbeing. Therefore we are considering nuclear power capabilities and coal processing.
Iran's supreme leader reiteratedhis country's "red lines" in negotiations with world powers over its controversial nuclear programme.
Kazakhstani and Russian officials have endorsed an agreement on joint construction of a nuclear power plant.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will hold three-way talks later with his Iranian counterpart and EU foreign policy chief.
Kazakhstan National Security Committee refutes the possibility of terrorists using the territory of Kazakhstan for transportation of nuclear weapons and hazardous materials.
Member of the International Association for the Study of Terrorism comments on the statement of Russian military official, who said terrorists could use the terrotories of Central Asian countries to transport weapons of mass destruction.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pledged to bolster ties with energy-rich Kazakhstan.
A Russian Military official has claimed the territories of Central Asian countries may be used by terrorists, such as those part of the Islamic State, to transport weapons of mass destruction.
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