‘Iran may have violated interim nuclear deal’

IAEA inspectors at Iran's nuclear power plant in Natanz, on January, 20, 2014 (photo credit: IRNA/AFP Kazem Ghane)

IAEA inspectors at Iran’s nuclear power plant in Natanz, on January, 20, 2014 (photo credit: IRNA/AFP Kazem Ghane)

Ahead of Kerry, Zarif meeting in Oman, US think tank says Tehran aimed to develop machine that could enrich uranium quickly

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US considers new, softened nuclear offer to Iran

Illustrative photo of centrifuges enriching uranium (photo credit: US Department of Energy/Wikimedia Commons)

Illustrative photo of centrifuges enriching uranium (photo credit: US Department of Energy/Wikimedia Commons)

Compromise being weighed would allow Tehran to keep half of its centrifuges in exchange for various checks and balances

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Iran claims new generation of 15-times-faster centrifuges

International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors (2nd and 3rd left) and Iranian technicians at Natanz nuclear power plant south of Tehran on January, 20, 2014 (Photo credit: Kazem Ghane/IRNA/AFP)

International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors (2nd and 3rd left) and Iranian technicians at Natanz nuclear power plant south of Tehran on January, 20, 2014 (Photo credit: Kazem Ghane/IRNA/AFP)

Tehran nuclear chief reserves right to resume enrichment to 60% if needed; Israeli team to meet US negotiators ahead of next week’s nuclear talks

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Iran deal would greatly reduce Israel’s military option, ex-advisers say

An F-15I over the IAF's Hatzerim air base (photo credit: Ofer Zidon/Flash90)

An F-15I over the IAF’s Hatzerim air base (photo credit: Ofer Zidon/Flash90)

Giora Eiland: Practically speaking, ‘a deal shuts the option down’; Uzi Dayan: It would be reduced; Dore Gold: We’ll do what’s necessary

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