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Iran months from hitting enriched uranium cap despite acceleration

14 Jun 2019

VIENNA Iran has multiplied the speed at which it enriches uranium but it is still far from the maximum rate possible under its nuclear deal with major powers, meaning it would be months before production ceilings are hit, diplomats who follow it say.

Iran has accelerated enrichment of uranium, IAEA says

11 Jun 2019

TEHRAN/VIENNA Iran has followed through on a threat to accelerate its production of enriched uranium, the head of the U.N. atomic watchdog said on Monday, departing from his usual guarded language to say he was worried about increasing tension. | Video

Iran stays within nuclear deal's main limits while testing another

31 May 2019

VIENNA Iran has stayed within the main restrictions of its nuclear deal, a quarterly report by the U.N. atomic watchdog indicated on Friday, at a time when Tehran is threatening to break the rules in future in response to new U.S. sanctions.

Explainer - What next for Austria after government's scandal-tinged demise?

28 May 2019

VIENNA Austria's parliament has sacked conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and his government, blaming Kurz in part for the crisis stemming from a video sting that brought down his far-right deputy and ended their coalition.

Explainer: What next for Austria after government's scandal-tinged demise?

28 May 2019

VIENNA Austria's parliament has sacked conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and his government, blaming Kurz in part for the crisis stemming from a video sting that brought down his far-right deputy and ended their coalition.

Austrian parliament sacks Kurz as video sting crisis rolls on

28 May 2019

VIENNA Austrian conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz suffered the biggest setback of his meteoric career on Monday as parliament voted the 32-year-old's government out of office in the wake of a video sting that blew up his coalition with the far right. | Video

Austria's Kurz triumphs with vote, opposition still calls for his head

27 May 2019

VIENNA Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz strengthened his hand in his fight to save his job as his conservative party came far ahead of rivals in Sunday's European election, but the main opposition party said it would seek to depose him on Monday anyway.

Austria's Kurz triumphs with vote, opposition still calls for his head

27 May 2019

VIENNA Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz strengthened his hand in his fight to save his job as his conservative party came far ahead of rivals in Sunday's European election, but the main opposition party said it would seek to depose him on Monday anyway.

Austria's Kurz fights to stay on after ditching far right

23 May 2019

VIENNA Conservative Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has faced down the far-right Freedom Party (FPO) and now heads a caretaker cabinet with no FPO members after a secretly filmed video set off a scandal that scuppered their coalition.

Austria's Kurz seeks to contain scandal damage as fate hangs in balance

22 May 2019

VIENNA Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz sought on Wednesday to contain the fallout from the collapse of his coalition government but did little to quell the anger of opposition parties that could depose him within days.

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