The Iranian government “cut off access to the internet for most of its 80 million citizens to prevent them and the rest of the world from watching its violent crackdown," State Dept said.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi mostly deflected calls for diplomatic compromise to revive the nuclear deal in a meeting with the media in New York on…
“We are still interested in seeing whether we can reach a deal,” senior US admin official said Sept. 14.
“If there's no deal now, then the admin is in no rush & they will prefer to revive dialogue after midterm elections,” source. Meantime, Mossad chief has…
“Iran has moved us very far back,” E3 official said Sept. 2. “It’s very difficult to know whether this is fixable.”
“We are studying” Iran response, “but unfortunately it is not constructive,” State Department spokesman Vedant Patel said.
‘The situation remains the same as we've said for several days now… Now, it’s up to Iran to answer,’ another State Dept official said.
“Until we see Iran’s response, no reason to be optimistic or pessimistic,” a State Department official said Aug. 31.
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Diplomatic, by Laura Rozen