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  • *Iran says its "right" to refine uranium must be recognised. GENEVA, Nov 23- Iran said on Saturday it cannot accept any agreement with six major powers that does not recognise what it describes as its right to enrich uranium, a demand the United States and its European allies have repeatedly rejected.

  • *Nascent compromise on Iran's "right to enrich" uranium. *Fate of Iran's Arak heavy-water reactor remains dispute.

  • *Nascent compromise on Iran's stated "right to enrich" uranium. *Fate of Iran's Arak heavy-water reactor remains key dispute. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Geneva on Saturday to join talks on Iran's contested nuclear programme with Tehran and six world powers appearing on the verge of a breakthrough to defuse the decade-old standoff.

  • *France's Fabius says in Geneva to reach "solid deal". Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Geneva on Saturday to join talks on Iran's contested nuclear programme, as Tehran and six world powers appeared to be on the verge of a breakthrough in the decade-old dispute.

  • *Possible compromise on Iran's claimed "right to enrich" uranium. Secretary of State John Kerry will join talks on Iran's nuclear programme in Geneva on Saturday, as Tehran and six world powers appeared to be on the verge of an elusive breakthrough in the decade-old dispute.

  • LONDON, Nov 21- Before sitting down to negotiate with someone, make sure they have the authority to deliver their side of the deal.

  • *Israel at odds with U.S. over easing Iran sanctions. JERUSALEM, Nov 17- President Francois Hollande assured Israel on Sunday that France would continue to oppose an easing of economic sanctions against Iran until it was convinced Tehran had given up any pursuit of nuclear weapons.

  • *Coming up: Yellen speech to Senate at 1500 GMT; EIA stockpile data at 1600 GMT. In prepared comments to be delivered to a Senate committee hearing later on Thursday, Janet Yellen, who is poised to be the next head of the Fed, said she thought the U.S. central bank had more work to do to aid the economy.

  • *Coming up: Yellen speech to Senate at 1500 GMT; EIA stockpile data at 1600 GMT. In prepared comments to be delivered to a Senate committee hearing later on Thursday, Janet Yellen, who is poised to be the next head of the Fed, said she thought the U.S. central bank had more work to do to aid the economy.

  • NYMEX-U.S. crude lower on expected rise in inventories Wednesday, 13 Nov 2013 | 7:42 PM ET

    The drop came even after Janet Yellen, who is poised to be the next head of the Federal Reserve, said she thinks the U.S. central bank has more work to do to aid the economy.

  • *Kerry sees Iran nuclear deal within months. Iran and six world powers came close to a preliminary agreement at the weekend during talks in Geneva and decided to resume negotiations on Nov. 20 in their attempt to defuse a decade-old standoff and allay fears of a drift towards a wider Middle East war.

  • Iran president addresses hardline critics, France, Israel. WASHINGTON/ GENEVA, Nov 10- U.S. lawmakers said on Sunday they aimed to tighten sanctions on Iran to prevent Washington giving away too much in a deal on Tehran's nuclear programme that diplomats said was still possible despite the failure of high-level weekend talks.

  • DUBAI/ GENEVA, Nov 10- President Hassan Rouhani, architect of Iran's diplomatic opening to big powers, said on Sunday it would not yield to any threats or discrimination in an apparent bid to keep hardliners on side as Tehran edges toward a deal on its nuclear programme.

  • *Iran wants oil, banking sanctions eased to launch deal. *Powers rule this out, offer Iran access to frozen assets. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday important gaps needed to be bridged in high-stakes talks with Iran on curbing its nuclear programme and he began talks with Tehran's foreign minister to try to clinch an interim deal.

  • *Saudi Arabia also worried about Iran nuclear ambitions. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday important gaps needed to be bridged in high-stakes talks with Iran on curbing its nuclear programme and he would meet Tehran's foreign minister shortly to try to clinch an interim deal.

  • *Iran, world powers may be near interim nuclear deal. LONDON, Nov 8- Brent crude oil steadied around $104 a barrel on Friday, close to its lowest since early July, as Western powers stepped up efforts to reach a deal with Iran over its nuclear programme that could provide some relief from sanctions.

  • *Saudi Arabia also worried about Iran nuclear ambitions. Secretary of State John Kerry joined fellow big power foreign ministers in Geneva on Friday to help clinch an interim nuclear deal with Iran and ease a decade-old standoff, with Israel warning they were making an epic mistake.

  • *Iran, world powers may be near interim nuclear deal. LONDON, Nov 8- Brent crude oil steadied around $104 a barrel on Friday, close to its lowest since early July, as Western powers stepped up work towards a deal with Iran over its nuclear programme that could bring some relief in sanctions.

  • *Iran, world powers may be near interim nuclear deal. LONDON, Nov 8- Brent crude oil steadied around $104 a barrel on Friday, near its lowest since early July, as Western powers stepped up work towards a deal with Iran over its nuclear programme that could bring some relief in sanctions.

  • GENEVA, Nov 7- Iran and six world powers appeared to be edging towards a deal on its disputed nuclear activity on Thursday, citing progress in negotiations building on a diplomatic opening from Tehran, although it cautioned that the discussions were "tough".

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