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US says Iran's missile test may have violated UN resolution"Strong indications" showed that Iran's test of a new precision-guided ballistic missile on Sunday violated a UN Security Council resolution, the White House said on Tuesday.
Fighting India go down to IranThe Indian basketball team produced a superb fight-back before going down 66-88 to defending champions Iran in their second Group A match at the 28th FIBA Asia Championship here on Thursday.
China, US, Iran reach consensus over nuclear reactor in TehranChina, the US and Iran on have reached broad consensus over the modification of Tehran's Arak nuclear reactor, one of the West's main concerns, according to a press release by a Chinese nuclear delegation.
Iran to play bigger role in spreading terrorism, says Netanyahu Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated on Tuesday his objection to the Iranian nuclear deal, saying Tehran would use the money it would get following the lifting of sanctions to increase its involvement with terrorism in the region.
US cites India's economic sacrifice for Iran deal
Rejecting pact with Iran will lead to war: Obama
France to boost ties with sanction-free Iran
John Kerry defends Iran nuclear deal in US Senate
Obama thanks Xi Jinping for China's role in Iran n-accord
With Iran nuclear deal, an undersea gas pipeline to India holds promise
Iran, US start key n-talks on D-day
Obama on historic phone call with Iran's Rouhani US president Barack Obama briefs the press on his historic phone call with newly elected Iranian president Hassan Rouhani on Friday. Obama's conversation with his Iranian counterpart represents the first direct talks between leaders of the two countries since the 1979 Islamic revolution. Obama said the 15-minute telephone call had shown abasis for resolving the dispute over Iran's nuclear programme.# 
Iran nuclear talks at 'highest level' at UN US Secretary of State John Kerry has met Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for talks on Iran's nuclear programme.Both sides declared their satisfaction with the meeting and agreed to hold substantive talks on the issue in Switzerland, beginning on 15 October.#