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Monday, November 29, 2004IRAN SCORED MAJOR VICTORY AS IAEA APPROVED EUROPE'S RESOLUTIONIran formally escaped Monday possible economic sanctions from the United Nations Security Council after the Board of Directors of the international nuclear watchdog approved a draft resolution tabled by Britain, France and Germany.
FULL TEXT OF THE RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE IAEA BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON IRANMonday, November 29, 2004 Full text of the draft resolution proposed Monday to the Board of Directors of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Draft Resolution submitted by France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
IRAN, EUROPEAN BIG 3 NEAR AGREEMENT ON DRAFT RESOLUTIONSunday, November 28, 2004 Iran and the European Union’s Big Three narrowed Sunday their differences over a draft resolution to be presented Monday to the Board of Directors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), helping Tehran to escape from international mandatory sanctions, informed Iranian and European sources confirmed to Iran Press Service.
TEHRAN URGED TO RENOUNCE OFFICIALLY TO EXCEEPTING SOME CENTRIFUGESFriday, November 26, 2004 Iran was asked by the International nuclear watchdog to spell out in an official letter that it renounces to except some centrifuges from the deal it coined on 15 November with the European Union’s so-called “Big 3”, Iran Press Service learned from informed sources in Vienna.
IRAN IAEA AND TROIKA ON LOGGER HEAD IN VIENNAFriday, November 26, 2004 Iranians and the Europeans in charge of the Iran’s controversial nuclear program met en tete a tete Friday at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to patch up divergences and “misunderstandings” that the surfaced Thursday at the beginning of the Agency’s Board of Directors here in Vienna.
NEXT IAEA MEETING ON IRAN LIKELY TO BE "BUSINESS AS USUAL"Monday, November 22, 2004 Iran is expected to score a half diplomatic success when the Board of Directors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) meets on Thursday 25 November in Vienna to review controversial nuclear activities of the Islamic Republic.
TRIUMPH OF US DIPLOMACY IS ALSO TRIUMPH OF IRANIAN HARD LINERSSaturday, November 20, 2004 Diplomats in Vienna said Saturday 20 November that Tehran was transforming important quantities of yellow cake into hexafluoride gas that could be used for making nuclear weapon.
IRAN WARNS IAEA "NOT TO PLAY IN THE HANDS OF TERRORISTS"Thursday, November 18, 2004 Iran rejected Thursday as "baseless" allegations by the outlawed Mojahedeen Khalq Organisation (MKO) claiming that it has secret nuclear bomb centres near Tehran.
IRAN - EU’S BIG 3 ANNOUNCES AGREEMENTMonday, November 15, 2004 Iran said on Monday that it considers 25 November as an “important date” for the future of its relations with both the European Union and the International nuclear watchdog.
IRAN CALLS ON THE PALESTINIANS TO KEEP THE STRUGGLE ALIVEThursday, November 11, 2004 The Islamic Republic of Iran joined the international community offering its condolences to the Palestinian people Thursday over the death of Yasser Arafat and appealed to them to remain unified in the face of "Zionist aggression" and on the Muslim world to emulate the Islamic Republic in supporting the Palestinian resistance against the “usurpers”.
IRANIAN-MADE DRONES FLEW OVER ISRAELTuesday, November 9, 2004 Verbal menaces between Israel and Iran are bound to escalate after it was found that Tehran assisted its Lebanese surrogate to fly a unmanned aircraft over northern parts of Israel, taking pictures.
USING NUCLEAR WEAPONS BRINGS HAVOC FOR IRANMonday, November 8, 2004 A high-ranking officer of the Iranian revolutionary Guards admitted Monday for the first time that using atomic weapons by Iran would have “adverse results” for the country.
CHINA REFUSES TO HELP IRAN AT THE UNITED NATIONSSaturday, November 6, 2004 China said on Saturday that it will oppose the transfer to the United Nations Security Council of Iran’s nuclear file, but stopped short of saying it would use its veto power in case the United States and European Union’s three major nations presses for harsh sanctions against Tehran.
IRAN, EU TRIO IN "COMPLICATED" TALKS IN PARISFriday, November 5, 2004 The Islamic Republic of Iran and its three major European interlocutors are engaged in "complicated negotiations" over Tehran’s controversial nuclear programs since this morning in Paris and according to one senior Iranian official, "some small progress" has been achieved so far.