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Western powers wait to hear Iran response to its offer of limited sanctions relief in return for halt to nuclear work.
Negotiators suggest "several offers" for Western powers, which have proposed a modest easing of economic sanctions.
We look at tensions between the two states as US imposes more sanctions on Iran days after offering direct negotiations.
A look at the major sanctions levied on Iran since 1979, many of which aim to derail its nuclear development.
Are US sanctions on Iran an attempt to deter attention from economic difficulties at home?
US president outlines measures to further isolate Iran, judging move will not hit US consumers or allies.
Iranian president rejects Western claims that he is "dodging negotiations" and downplays impact of new EU sanctions.
With a history of coups, interventions and weapon sales, what new action could possibly go wrong?
Officials in Tehran are welcomed across the global South, despite Washington's claims of international confinement.
Foreign minister says time and place need to be decided for resuming nuclear talks between Tehran and major powers.
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