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# Nuclear Talks

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North Korean media releases images of Kim on white horse up sacred mountain
The location and the animal are symbols associated with the Kim family’s dynastic rule.
'The time has come to act': European powers urge dialogue in Iran nuclear crisis
Tensions are continuing to intensify between Iran and the US.
North Korea offers to hold more nuclear talks with US despite this week's summit breakdown
A meeting between the two countries this week ended unexpectedly early.
Trump to hold historic first meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un
The meeting is expected to happen before the end of May.
Talks on Iran's nuclear programme could drag on for another year
Tomorrow is the deadline to reach agreement.
Iran deal wins praise, amid warnings next steps will be tougher
After almost a decade of stalemate, three rounds of negotiations since September led to a pre-dawn interim deal in Geneva.
Uncertainty over progress in Iran talks as Kerry set to leave Geneva
US Secretary of State is to leave for London, while Iran’s chief negotiator expressed doubts over a deal.
Iran hits back at US over nuclear talks failure
US Secretary of State John Kerry said yesterday that Iran had baulked at a proposed deal just as world powers were set to sign up to it.
Rouhani vows to protect Iran's nuclear rights
The Iranian president says that there are “red lines that won’t be crossed”.
Israel "utterly rejects" Iran deal aimed at ending nuclear tensions
Talks involving the US, China and Russia aimed at easing tensions over Iran’s controversial nuclear programme have been taking place in Geneva.
Shoe thrown at Iranian President following historic Obama phonecall
Last night’s phone conversation was the first direct contact between leaders of the two nations in 34 years.
US and Iranian presidents speak by phone in first direct contact since 1979
The call to discuss Iran’s nuclear programme shows evidence of an unprecedented opening of relations between the two nations.
Iran and US set for historic talks on Tehran's nuclear programme
The US wants to suss out if Iran’s new president Hassan Rouhani’s charm offensive is for real but there’s no sign of a handshake with Barack Obama just yet.
North Korea demands recognition of 'nuclear state' status before US talks
Pyongyang says talks must be held on the basis that nuclear states are equals – but the US says it won’t ever acknowledge it.
No understanding reached between Iran and world powers
High-level talks about Tehran’s nuclear programme were held in Almaty, Kazakhstan this weekend.
US denies agreement to meet Iran, but says it is prepared to do so
The New York Times reported that the US had agreed one-on-one talks with Iran after the November presidential election but the White House has denied this.
EU diplomat says 6-power nuclear talks 'very constructive'
The diplomat said nuclear talks between six world powers and Iran were “very constructive” – but that a second round looks likely after a morning session between the two sides today.
North Korea ready to resume anti-nuclear talks ‘without preconditions’
After talks with Russia, North Korea is reportedly willing to start six-day disarmament talks without prior conditions.
Iran agrees to nuclear talks - if they are held in Turkey
Turkey has agreed to the proposal to host nuclear talks but other powers have yet to comment.