Nuclear program of Iran

Mass artillery attacks; The nuclear plant under attack again?

An expert team from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) arrived in Ukraine to visit the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, said the visit to the plant was a "technical mission" aimed at preventing a nuclear accident.

The IAEA team arrived in Kyiv: "We must protect"

The news was confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
IAEA director Rafael Grossi announced that a team of experts, which he personally leads, arrived in Kyiv on Monday evening, on their way to the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine, where they are scheduled to conduct an inspection from Wednesday to Saturday, the Guardian reports.

Iran submits a ‘written response’ in nuclear deal talks

Iran said Tuesday it submitted a "written response" to what has been described as a final roadmap to restore its tattered nuclear deal with world powers.

Iran's state-run IRNA news agency offered no details on the substance of its response, but suggested that Tehran still wouldn't take the European Union-mediated proposal, despite warnings there would be no more negotiations.

‘Iranian hitmen made target practices in Istanbul’

The Iranian hitmen, who were preparing to implement a plan to attack and kidnap Israeli diplomats and tourists, have made target practice in hotel rooms, Istanbul police have found out.

The police teams revealed the reconnaissance footage of the Iranian assassination team, which was determined to be preparing to assassinate Israeli citizens in Istanbul.

Dramatic warning: "Europe's largest nuclear power plant out of control"

The power plant is located in southeastern Ukraine, that has been occupied by Russian forces, stating that the nuclear plant is "completely out of control", reports Sky News.
The situation there is becoming more dangerous every day, he said, calling on Russia and Ukraine to allow experts to visit the complex to prevent a nuclear accident.

Iran accuses US of provoking Middle East ‘crises’

Tehran on Sunday accused Washington of provoking tensions in the Middle East, a day after US President Joe Biden ended a tour to Iran's rival Saudi Arabia and arch-foe Israel.

Washington "has once again resorted to the failed policy of Iran-phobia, trying to create tensions and crises in the region," Iran's foreign ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said in a statement.