Iran and the P5+1 nations — permanent U.N. Security Council members America, Russia, China, France, and England, plus Germany — are holding talks this weekend over Iran's nuclear program. The Istanbul summit represents the first Iran nuclear talks in a year and a half, but expectations for a breakthrough aren't especially high, given the players' competing interests and goals, the looming U.
Last night, it was reported that the P5+1 countries (the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany) had reached a deal with Iran over its nuclear program after meetings in Geneva. Some of the requirements in the de... Read Post
The Utah plane in Iran had many raising the specter of conspiracy theories, but now it turns the Bank Of Utah is holding in trust a jet used by a mining company out of Ghana, a small country in West Africa. But it’s possible this lo... Read Post