Iran grants partial IAEA access to Karaj plant

The complex produces centrifuge components of replacing damaged or missing surveillance cameras. - By Jonathan Hessen and Erin Viner The latest report issued by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)…

Israel tightens cyber exports

The Ministry of Defense, which oversees the export of all offensive cyber tools, announced it has toughened export restrictions after alleged misuse of Israeli spyware. By Erin Viner The Defense…

US blacklists 2 Israeli cyber firms

The NSO Group and Candiru were added to Washington’s Entity List for Malicious Cyber Activities “based on a determination that they developed and supplied spyware to foreign governments that used…

Iran agrees to resume Vienna Nuclear Talks

The Islamic Republic’s chief atomic negotiator Bagheri Kani pledged to resume negotiations by the end of November. By Jonathan Hessen and Erin Viner Kani, who is also Iranian Deputy Foreign…

IAEA: Iran expanding uranium enrichment

The Islamic Republic is now feeding uranium enriched to up to 20% into limited numbers of extra centrifuges at its Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant (PFEP) at Natanz, where it is…

US holds talks on Iranian threat

United States Special Envoy for Iran Rob Malley is reportedly slated to meet senior European diplomats in Paris tomorrow for talks on Iran, just one day after discussing the matter…

EU: Iran not ready to resume nuclear talks

Tehran is still refusing to return to the Vienna Talks 4 months after discussions broke off, says the European Union Coordinator on Iran Enrique Mora, although the Islamic Republic’s new…

Iran tops Lapid’s US talks

Israel’s concern about Iran’s race towards nuclear capability has dominated meetings in Washington by visiting Foreign Minister Yair Lapid. By Erin Viner “We have a lot to talk about: Iran,…

Israel, US discuss Iran ‘Plan B’

Top officials in the United States informed their Israeli counterparts the Biden administration remains committed to diplomacy with Iran – but is prepared to pursue "other avenues" to ensure Tehran…

Iran refuses IAEA access

Iran rejected a demand by the United States to allow International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) access the Islamic Republic’s disputed TESA Karaj nuclear complex. By Erin Viner "Countries that did…