Addressing Israeli concerns on Iran buying extra time of five weeks over its alleged clandestine nuclear weapons program during the first round of key talks with the six world powers, US President Barack Obama said his administration has not given anything away, defending the need for a diplomatic resolution.
Months of saber rattling and diplomatic tension between Iran and the rest of the world have led to Saturday's nuclear talks, the first attempt at such negotiations since the last round fell apart 15 months ago. On Saturday, though, an unnamed diplomat told Reuters that the multilateral talks began with a completely different atmosphere than had occurred in previous meeting in early 2011.
Friday the 13th is a day that people associate with bad luck. The day strikes three times a year, those being Jan. 13, April 13 and July 13. The spooky part of those three days? They are each 13 weeks apart. So how did approximately 21 million people start to fear Friday the 13th?
Tehran's top negotiator Saeed Jalili told the group of six world powers gathered in Istanbul for talks this Saturday that Iran is ready to hold successful and progressive talks on cooperation.
Supermodels without Photoshop might sound like an oxymoron. After all, Photoshop and other digital-alteration software have become commonplace in modern society. Photoshop is used by the advertising and mass media industries to sell something that, oftentimes, does not exist in reality. Recent legislation, as well as controversial issues in pop culture, has put the spotlight on digitally altered images and the impact they have on viewers.
Iran's Intelligence Ministry said on Thursday that it has uncovered a large and sophisticated Israeli-backed terrorists network that was planning attacks inside Iran.
The candidates for Egypt's first free presidential elections in decades are set, the deadline having expired at 2 p.m. Cairo time on Sunday, and the final list is a microcosm of the current political and social divisions in post-revolution Egypt.
In his poem What Must Be Said - published last week in Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung -- writer Gunter Grass attacked Israel's nuclear weapons
Setting conditions before the meeting means drawing conclusions, which is completely meaningless, Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said, referring to discussions set for Saturday in Turkey with the so-called P-5 Plus 1 group.
The United States and its allies are pressing for an end to Iran's high-level uranium enrichment and the closure of a facility built deep under a mountain as talks on Tehran's nuclear standoff with the West resume this week.
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The White House defended Thursday the Obama administration's meetings with a delegation from Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, saying it needs to establish dialogue with the now-dominant Islamic party.
The Jewish holiday of Passover takes place each Spring based on the Hebrew Calendar and lasts eight days (seven if you are in Israel). The focal point of the holiday is the Seder(s) [translation:order, arrangement] which takes place on the first two nights of the holiday, but Passover extends for an entire week. Keep reading to learn the holiday's history and how to observe Passover at home.
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Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, a conservative Islamist candidate for the Egyptian presidency, is accusing opponents' supporters of forging California public records indicating that his mother was an American citizen.
A rocket exploded in the Israeli resort town of Eilat early Thursday morning. No one was injured when the rocket landed in a construction site near a residential neighborhood.
What Must Be Said, a poem published by German author Günter Grass on Wednesday, is drawing sharp criticism for its condemnation of Israel.
India has promised not to arm the submarines with nuclear weapons, only cruise missiles, in honor of international non-proliferation and security treaties.
The Israeli military evicted a group of Israeli settlers from a two-story house in the West Bank city of Hebron on Wednesday afternoon.
French police arrested 10 more suspected Islamic radicals during pre-dawn raids across the country on Wednesday, marking the second such day of mass arrests in less than a week.
Man discovered the use of fire and learned to control it for cooking purposes much earlier than it was thought before, evidence found in a cave in South Africa suggests.
Yaron Segal, a post-doctoral researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was arrested after flying to Grand Junction, Colorado with the alleged intention of having sex with a woman and her two daughters, whom he believed were 16 and 12 years old.