German lawmakers have discussed the recent agreement reached in Geneva on Iran's nuclear program. Many view it with optimism, but also warn that the consensus is still fragile and progress has yet to be made.
Iran has informed the UN that it plans to increase uranium enrichment within the limits of its 2015 deal with world powers. The decision comes as uncertainty about the future of the landmark nuclear deal grows.
Hassan Rouhani has met with Austrian Chancellor Kurz and President Van der Bellen in a bid to save the Iran nuclear deal. But his trip has been overshadowed by an alleged bomb plot against critics of Iran's regime.
Tero Varjoranta, the chief of inspections at the UN nuclear watchdog has resigned suddenly, just days after US President Donald Trump quit the Iran accord. No reason was given by the IAEA for his departure.
Iran is set to start producing new centrifuges for enriching uranium at its Natanz facility in a month's time. It said the move was not in violation of the 2015 nuclear deal European powers have been trying to salvage.
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